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. Huron Valley Schools manages 16 schools listed below in alphabetical order:  The average salary of teachers in Huron Valley schools was $62,439 in 2009, 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. 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 2390 S. Milford Road Highland, MI 48357 Phone: 248-684-8000 2015 – 2016 Budget book 2015 – 2016 Original Budget 2015 – 2016 Budget Change 2015 – 2016 Budget Change Third Quarter 2015 – 2016 Fourth Quarter Budget Change Of Education Works Session 2016 Budget Change 5/18/2015 2015-2016 State – Federal Grants Original Budget 2015 – 2016 Budget Projection The following information is required by the State of Michigan for public school districts and CIOs to post on their website (MCL 388.161 8 subsections 2.3 and 11). The Michigan Department of Education has issued the following guidelines to meet the state`s requirements. The working hours and conditions are also in accordance with the contract. The working year is defined as 185 and half a day.
Teachers are contractually required to be in school 7 hours a day, for a total working year of 1,299 hours. The national average for all occupations is 1,792. Primary school teachers cannot teach more than 5 hours and 21 minutes a day and cannot be asked to collect lunches or milk money. (b) A diagram of all district expenditures, subdivided into subcategory: (1) Guide (2) Assistance Services (3) Collective Agreements in Operation and Maintenance Health Plans Links to Audit Reports Requested for Medical Performance Plans. Thank you for your visit to this new section of our website dedicated to information on school funding and budget information.