Budget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting

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Pursuant to Michigan legislation, section MCL 388.1618, the Board approved budget for the Michigan Connections Academy may be found below for public viewing. The board approved budget adheres to the reporting guidelines defined in Section IV of the Michigan Public School Accounting Manual, subsection B.01.

Board Approved Budget

Personnel Expenditures

Current Operating Expenditures

Educational Service Provider (ESP) Reports

Current Bargaining Agreements

  • The district has no executed bargaining agreements.

Employer Sponsored Health Care Plans

  • The district hires all staff through a third party vendor and does not make any direct payments for employee benefits.

Audited Financial Statements

Medical Benefit Plan Bids

  • The district hires all staff through a third party vendor and has not made any requests for medical plan bids.

Procurement Policy

Expense Reimbursement Policy

Accounts Payable Check Register

Employee Compensation Information

District Paid Association Dues

The following amounts were paid by the district for association dues during the fiscal year ended June 2017.

Learning A-Z $219.19
Meridian Charter Township $5,791.59
Michigan Association of Public Schools $6,644.00
Michigan Association of Secondary School Principles $1,450.00
Michigan Pupil Accounting and Attendance Association $305.00
Michigan Reading Association $35.00
Michigan School Counselor Association $195.00
National Association of Secondary School Principals $48.45
National Honor Society $385.00
Super Teacher Worksheets $19.95
Total $9,302.30

District Paid Lobbying Costs

  • There were no lobbying costs incurred by the district for the fiscal year ended June 2017.

Approved Deficit Elimination Plan

  • The district has not incurred a deficit.

District Credit Card Information

  • The district does not have district credit cards.

District Paid Out-of-State Travel Information

Educator Evaluation Systems Postings and Assurances