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Business Services

Our Business Services Department handles everything from payables to purchasing. We take our responsibility to manage taxpayer funds very seriously and conduct all business with integrity and transparency. We are happy to answer your questions or provide you with the information you need.

Maintaining Fiscal Integrity

Our Business Office is responsible for all district financial activities as well as maintaining fiscal integrity for the district. Our functions include the following:

  • Budgeting 
  • Payroll 
  • Benefits & Employee Insurance
  • Accounts Payable & Receivable 
  • Financial Statements 
  • Grants Administration 
  • Purchasing Cash Flow 
  • Property & Casualty Insurance 
  • Banking Relations 
  • Investments 
  • Fixed Assets 
  • State & Federal Financial Reporting 
  • General Fund Athletic Fund 
  • Food Service Fund 
  • Student Activities Fund 
  • Building & Site Fund 
  • Debt Funds Bond Funds 

An independent accounting firm annually audits our district financial records, as required by law. We provide published audit reports to all state and federal agencies.

School Improvement Plans

Since the passage of Public Act 25 in 1990, Michigan schools and districts have been required to develop three- to five-year school improvement plans. Schools and districts use these plans as a blueprint to establish goals and objectives that will guide teaching and learning, resource allocation, staff development, data management, and assessment. They also use it to measure their ability to meet the goals and objectives established in the plan.