Budget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting
Section 18 (2) of the Public Act 94 of 1979, The State School Aid Act, has been amended, which 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 our community on how we utilize the resources that are provided to us.
Section 1 – Annual Operating Budget and Subsequent Revisions
Section 2a and 2b – Summary of Expenditures – Expressed in Pie Charts
Section 3a, 3b and 3c – Listing of the Collective Bargaining Agreements, Health Care Plans and Audit Reports
Health Care Benefits Plans
There are currently no employees enrolled in any health care plan.
Section 4 – Salary and Benefit Description of Superintendent and Employees with Salary Exceeding $100,000
Glenn does not have any salaries exceeding $100,000
Section 5 – Annual Amount Spent of Dues paid to Associations
Michigan Association of School Boards $618.00
Michigan Association of School Administrators $350.00
Michigan Pupil Accounting Association $70.00
Section 6 – Annual Amount Spent on Lobbying or Lobbying Services
Glenn does not have any lobbying or lobbying services expenses.
Section 7 – Deficit Elimination Plan
Glenn has not incurred a deficit.
Section 8 – Credit Card Information
Credit card: Mastercard
Authorized User: Glenn Public School
Credit Card Limit: $20,000
Section 9 – Travel Information
Glenn has no out-of-state travel to report.
Section 10 – District Policies and Check Register
Section 11 – Link to MI School Data
Educator Evaluation Systems Postings and Assurances
The following information is provided to assist districts in meeting the posting requirements stipulated in PA 173 Section 1249(3)(c). It is worth noting that MASB’s instrument is intended for use by school board members in the evaluation of superintendents. As such, effort has been invested to ensure that the language in the rubrics and the recommended process is easy for noneducators to understand and implement.