Transparency Reporting

Budget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting

Budget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting is required under 
Section 18 of the Sate Schools Aid Act MCL388.1618 Section 2 and 3.

BUDGET

2016-2017 Amended Budget

2017-2018 Propsoed Budget

 

 

EXPENDITURES

2016-2017 Personnel Expenditures

2016-2017 Current Operating Expenditures

CURRENT BARGAINING AGREEMENTS

ATLANTA TEACHERS-NMEA, MEA/NEA AGREEMENT 2016-2019 

SUPPORT TEAM HANDBOOK

EMPLOYER SPONSORED HEALTH CARE PLANS

2015-2016 Teachers Administration Paraprofessional *Support Staff
Medical MESSA Choices MESSA Choices N/A MESSA Choices
Life MESSA Life MESSA Life Ins N.A MESSA Life Ins
Dental Delta Dental Delta Dental N/A Delta Dental
Vision VSP3 Plus VSP3 Plus N/A VSP2 Silver

*Support Staff includes Secretarial, Transportation, and Food Service

VSP2 Vision Plan

MESSA Medical Highlights

Dental Highlights

Basic Lif

AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

June 30, 2017
 

HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN BIDS

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Blue Care Network

Set Seg

Priority Health

MESSA

EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION INFORMATION

2016-2017 List of Qualifying Employees

DISTRICT PAID ASSOCIATION DUES

District paid Association Dues for 2016-2017
 

DISTRICT PAID LOBBYING COSTS

There were no district paid lobbying costs for 2015-2016
 

APPROVED DEFICIT ELIMINATION PLAN

The district has not incurred a deficit
 

DISTRICT CREDIT CARD INFORMATION

Policy

Information 

DISTRICT PAID OUT-OF-STATE TRAVEL INFORMATION

There was no out-of-state travel to report in 2015-2016

PROCUREMENT AND REIMBURSEMENT INFORMATION

    Click the links below to view information required by PA 476 of 2014 regarding 
    procurement and reimbursement:     

     Purchasing Policy

     Reimbursement Policy

     Accounts Payable

EDUCATOR EVALUATION SYSTEMS POSTINGS AND ASSURANCES

    Teacher

    Administrators
 

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Accountability Data

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