The cooperative owns one fuel truck and leases another from one of the cooperative member districts. The District
purchases fuel under its fuel bid from fuel terminals located in Spokane. With the ability to purchase fuel directly
from the fuel terminals, the cooperative is able to realize substantial cost savings. As a result, other districts
have joined the cooperative in order to obtain fuel at lower prices.
As of August 31, 2016, the cooperative had nine active members in addition to Valley and Loon Lake School Districts.
All revenue and expenses associated with fuel are accounted for within Valley School District’s General Fund,
Program 89. Fuel expenses associated specifically with Valley and Loon Lake School Districts are accounted for
through the debit/credit transfer process between Program 89 and Program 99 (Transportation Operations).