Budget & Salary Reporting
The State School Aid Act, has been amended, and requires each school district and intermediate school district to post certain information on its website within 30 days after a board adopts its annual operating budget or any subsequent revision to that budget. The Annual Budget & Transparency Reporting is an opportunity to communicate to our community how we utilize the resources that are provided to us. The following information is required to be posted on our website, as outlined in MCL 388.1618 of the School Aid Act.
Fiscal Year 2022-23 Board Approved Budget
Fiscal Year 2021-22 Board Approved Budget
Fiscal Year 2020-21 Board Approved Budget
Fiscal Year 2019-20 Board Approved Budget
Fiscal Year 2018-19 Board Approved Budget
Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Board Approved Budget
Personnel Expenditures (Expressed in Pie Charts)
Current Operating Expenditures (Expressed in Pie Charts)
Current Bargaining Agreements
Non-Affiliated Employee Unit Manuals
Employer Sponsored Health Care Plans
Other benefits for all eligible employees
Medical Benefits Plan Bids
Audited Financial Statements
Expense Reimbursement Policy
Accounts Payable Check Register
For checks written during Fiscal Year 2022 (7/1/21 - 6/30/22)
Employee Compensation Information
District Paid Association Dues
District Paid Lobbying Costs
No school district funds were spent on lobbying services or costs for 2021-22
Approved Deficit Elimination Plan
The district has not incurred a deficit
District Credit Card Information
District Paid Out-of-State Travel Information
Educator Evaluation Systems Posting and Assurances
Machine-Readable File (MRF)
According to the Federal Government's Transparency in Coverage rule, plans and issuers must make public machine-readable files containing certain pricing information. These machine-readable files include negotiated rates for in-network providers and allowed amounts and historical billed charges for out of network providers.
The information contained in this Machine-Readable File may be difficult to access without certain technology.
These files may be large and require a computer that can download at least up to 1TB (terabyte) of data. Most modern hard drives store half of this amount of data. Based on your computer's storage and hard drive, attempting to open or download large files may cause instabilities in Windows, cause performance issues resulting in downloads that could take hours, days or weeks depending on the file size and hard drive combination. For reference: 1TB = 243 high-definition streaming movies (average 2 hours per movie).