Transparency Reporting

Budget & Compensation Transparency Reporting

Section 1 – Budgets

PDF DocumentFY 2022-23 Original Budget 

PDF DocumentFY 2021-22 Final Budget 

Section 2 – Current Operating and Personnel Expenditures

The Center for Educational Performance and Information compiles data for all public school districts in the State of Michigan.

PDF Document FY 2021-2022 Operating Expenditures

PDF Document FY 2021-2022 Personnel Expenditures

Section 3 – Current Bargaining Agreements

PDF Document Teacher Master Agreement July 1, 2022-June 30, 2025

PDF Document Support Staff Agreement July 1, 2022-June 30, 2025

Section 4 – Employer Sponsored Health Care Plans

Premiums are funded per the terms of each group's prevailing employment contract.

Insurance Plan Teachers           Administrators Support Staff
Medical/Prescription BCBSM BCBSM BCBSM
Dental MESSA/Delta Dental MESSA/Delta Dental N/A
Vision MESSA VSP 3+ MESSA VSP 3+ N/A
LTD MESSA MESSA N/A
Life MESSA MESSA MESSA

 

Section 5 – Audited Financial Statements

Audited financial statements as submitted to the Michigan Department of Education.

The Michigan Department of Education collects audited financial statements for all public school districts in Michigan. Refer to the Office of Audits.

Section 6 - Medical Benefit Plan Bids

PDF Document 2021 Insurance Quotes

Section 7 - Procurement/Expense Reimbursement Information

PDF Document 2021-2022 Check Register

External LinkExpense Reimbursement Policy

External LinkProcurement Policy

Section 8 – Employee Compensation Information

2022 Employee Compensation Information

Section 9 – District Paid Association Dues, 2021-2022

 

  • Central Michigan Athletic Conference: $775
  • Michigan Association for Administrators of Special Education: $90
  • Michigan Association of School Administrators: $995
  • Michigan Association of School Administrators dues: $100
  • Michigan Association of School Boards: $2,387
  • Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals: $1500
  • Michigan Negotiators Association: $225
  • Michigan Pupil Accounting and Attendance Assn:  $85
  • Michigan School Band/Orchestra Association: $550
  • Michigan School Business Officials: $150
  • MIDeal - State of Michigan Purchasing Collaborative: $180
  • Quizbowl/MMAL: $250
  • Regional Educational Media Center Association: $2,423
  • Michigan School Counselor Assn: $65
  • Michigan Athletic Admin Assoc: $155

Section 10 – District Paid Lobbying Costs

In a shared-cost agreement with Clinton County RESA, Pewamo-Westphalia Community Schools paid $1,234 toward the cost of legislative liaison services in 2021-2022.

Section 11 – Approved Deficit Elimination Plan

The district has not incurred a deficit, so no Deficit Elimination Plan is required.

Section 12 - District Credit Card Information

Card Holder, Limit

Superintendent: $3,000
Business Manager: $5,000
Executive Administrator: $5,000
Operations Director: $10,000

Maintenance Assistant $2,000                                                                       
Technology Director: $9,000
Elementary Principal: $4,000
HS Principal: $5,000
HS Asst. Principal/AD: $20,000
Band Director: $5,000
Transportation Dept. Gas Cards: $13,400

Section 13 - District Paid Out-of-State Travel Information

In 2021-2022, the district did not fund out-of-state travel for its administrators. 

Section 14 - Mi School Data Portal

External LinkMi School Data Portal

Section 15 - Observation / Evaluation Tools

External LinkTeacher Evaluation

External LinkAdministrative Evaluation

Section 16 - COVID-19 Reporting

PDF Document98c Learning Loss Presentation

PDF Document98c Learning Loss Plan 

PDF DocumentPW Return to Learn and Continuity of Services Plan 2022-23-as of 1/23/2023

PDF DocumentGoal Reporting 2022-2023 September 

PDF DocumentGoal Reporting End of Year 2021-22

PDF DocumentGoal Reporting 2022 February 

PDF DocumentGoal Reporting 2021

PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan Training Report

PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan Reconfirmation April 2021

PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan Goals 

Section 18 (2) of the Public Act 94 of 1979, the State School Aid Act, as amended, requires each school district and intermediate school district to post certain information on its website.  The Budget & Compensation Transparency Report is an opportunity to communicate to our community on how we utilize the resources that are provided to us.