BUDGET AND SALARY/COMPENSATION TRANSPARENCY REPORTING

BOARD MEETINGS

ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET AND SUBSEQUENT REVISIONS

PERSONNEL EXPENDITURES

CURRENT OPERATING EXPENDITURES

Collective Bargaining Agreements, Health Care Benefits, Audit Reports & Check Register

EMPLOYER SPONSORED HEALTH CARE PLANS

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECK REGISTER

AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

MEDICAL BENEFIT PLAN BIDS

DISTRICT PROCUREMENT & EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT POLICY

EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENTS

EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION INFORMATION

DISTRICT PAID ASSOCIATION DUES

DISTRICT PAID LOBBYING COSTS

The District did not spend any money on lobbying or lobbying services.

DISTRICT DEFICIT ELIMINATION PLAN

The district has not incurred a deficit.

DISTRICT CREDIT CARD INFORMATION

DISTRICT PAID OUT-OF-STATE TRAVEL INFORMATION

The District did not spend any money on out-of-state travel for administrators.

BEST FINANCIAL PRACTICE INCENTIVE PAYMENT REQUIREMENT E (DASHBOARD).

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EVALUATIONS

1. Research Base

2. Identity and Qualifications of Tool Author

3. Reliability, Validity and Efficacy

4. Framework, Rubric, Performance Level Descriptors and Summative Indicators

5. Evaluation Process

  •  Evaluators will conduct formal, informal and/or walkthrough observation(s) during the school year, including (for instructional staff) reviewing the lesson plan(s), identifying the state curriculum standard(s) used and conducting an assessment of pupil engagement within the lesson(s) as appropriate.
  • Evidence will be collected using the iObservation system http://www.iobservation.com/
  •  Evaluation conferences will be conducted using the iObservation system, other web-supported applications and/or in person.
    • Performance ratings and performance improvement plans will be developed in accordance with the Marzano Teacher, instructional Support, School Leader and/or District Leader Evaluation Models, as appropriate and/or the iObservation system and Board of Education Policies pertaining to the evaluation of employees.

6. Evaluator/Observer Training Plan selections:

7. Approvals:

REGIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND SECURITY ENHANCEMENT MILLAGE

  • Annual Accountability Report

 

THE REVISED SCHOOL CODE (EXCERPT)  Act 451 of 1976

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COVID-19 Information

 

COVID-19 Related Reporting Requirements

Public Act 149 of 2020, as amended (MCL388.1698a), requires school districts, including public school academies (but not cyber schools), to deliver instruction during the 2020-2021 school year pursuant to an extended COVID-19 learning (ECOL) plan approved by the applicable intermediate school district or authorizing body. No less than 30 days after the ECOL plan is approved, and each month thereafter, the Board must hold a public meeting to discuss components of the ECOL plan.

 

 

Student and Parent Resources

Benzie Central – Northern Michigan Virtual

 

Benzie County Central Schools – Extended COVID-19 Learning Training Report

Google for Education – Guardian’s Guides to Google Tools

 

Virtual Learning Hub – CANVAS – Elementary (K-5)

Virtual Learning Hub – Edgenuity – Middle/High School (6-12)

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