Huron Valley Schools is one of the largest school districts in the state, with about 9,700 students. The District is also the second largest employer in our community with a budget of $86 million, 1,600 employees and 16 school buildings. Huron Valley`s administrative costs are the lowest 13% of Michigan`s public school districts. In Oakland County, Huron Valley`s administrative costs rank 25th out of 28 districts. If Oakland County Charter Schools are included, Huron Valley drops to 46th place out of 49 districts. (Source: MDE Bulletin 1014 April 2014) Huron Valley Schools operates 16 schools listed below in alphabetical order:[14] 3. Links on all subjects: a) The current collective agreement for each bargaining unit. (b) Any health benefit plan, including, but not limited to, medical, dental, visual, disability, long-term care or other benefits that would provide health care to any bargaining unit or district staff member. c) the audit report of the audit carried out for the last year for which it is available. (d) the offers requested for medical benefit plans. In 2009, the average salary for teachers in Huron Valley schools was $62,439 and teachers do not contribute to the cost of their health insurance premiums. Landkreis pays for health insurance about 51 per cent more than the average employer in the state.

Huron Valley also pays teachers who opt out of Medicare, 3,281 $US per year. The local trade union president is completely exempt from any teaching task (without loss of salary or benefits) to carry out trade union activities. These are the strengths of the current collective agreement that was negotiated between the district and the local arm of the Michigan Education Association. Thank you for your visit to this new section of our website dedicated to information on school funding and budget information. This website is part of our current efforts to provide community stakeholders with important information about our district and to comply with the Michigan Department of Education`s (MDE) new guidelines for transparency in transparency in transparency in budget and salary compensation. The Michigan Merit exam was introduced in 2007 and was introduced in 2008 to replace the standardized Michigan Education Assessment Program test for high school students. It includes both the ACT preparation assessment and the workKeys career readiness assessment. It is also used to measure appropriate annual progress under the No Child Left Behind Act. [15] [16] 2020-2021 Original Budget 2020-2021 Budget Book 2020-2021 Budget projection of 30.06.2019 b. The Chairman of the Board of Directors has the authority to confirm or deny this request. .

MDE Bulletin 1014 for 2014-15 – Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data MDE Bulletin 1014 for 2015-16 – Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data MDE Bulletin 1014 for 1014 for 2015-16 2 016-17 – Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data MDE Bulletin 1014 for 2,017-18 – Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data The Huron Valley School Board follows the policy of public testimony during board meetings (9) The following information is prescribed by the law for public school districts and CIOs to publish on their websites (MCL 388.1618 subsections 2.3 and 11).