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Transparency

Transparency Reporting: COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Plan Document:

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C.O.O.R. ISD Approved Preparedness and Preparation Plan

C.O.O.R. ISD Approved Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan

Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan Reconfirmation Reports including Public Comment (linked after Board Approval each month)

  • October
  • November
  • December
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June

Mid-Year Report on Progress toward Learning Goals and Professional Learning offered to Staff, Students, and Families related to Remote Learning (posted after Board Approval)

End-of-Year Report on Progress toward Learning Goals

Notices of School Associated Cases as reported by Central Michigan District Health Department

 

Essential workers for COVID-19 Closures

It is our understanding that the majority of the employee’s work will be done remotely from his/her current residence.  However, in order to perform his/her essential functions, occasionally there will be a need to travel to designated work sites.

Superintendent
Department Directors/Supervisors/Dean
Administrative Assistants 
Business Manager
Accounting Supervisor
Accounts Payable Clerk
Accounting Clerk  
Child care for essential workers
GSC/GSQ staff
Receptionist
Cleaners
Maintenance 

Budget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting

Section 1

Section 2

Personnel Expenditures

2018-19 Fiscal Year

Operating Expenditures

2018-19 Fiscal Year

 

Section 3

Teachers: COOR Educational Association (CEA)

July 2019-June 2021 Agreement

Support Staff: COOR Educational Support Personnel Association (CESPA)

July 2020-June 2021 Agreement

Health Care Plan Bids

Current Health Care Plan Bids

Annual Financial Report

for Year ending June 30, 2019

Procurement Policy

Procurement Policy

Reimbursable Expenses

Reimbursable Expenses

Sections 4-9

Employee Compensation

Qualifying employees 2018-19

 

Professional Association Dues

2018-19 Professional Association Dues

Lobbying Services Paid

COOR ISD's only lobbying fees are paid to the Northern Michigan Schools Legislative Association (NMSLA).  In 2018-19, COOR ISD paid $4,432 to NMSLA.

District Credit Card Information

2018-19 District Credit Card Information

COOR ISD did not pay for out-of-state travel in 2018-19.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Policy & Procedures:

COOR ISD FOIA Policy & Procedures

Fee Itemization Form

Procedure Details

Superintendent Evaluation Tool

MASB Evaluation Tool Posting and Assurances
Michigan Association of School Boards

Principal Evaluation Tool

School ADvance Administrator Evaluation System Assurances for Michigan Users
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Teacher Evaluation Tool

5 D+ Posting and Assurances

 

Thrun Law Firm, P.C. has provided our updated Title IX training.

Title IX Comprehensive Training 2020

Other categories

COOR ISD is not required to have a deficit elimination plan.

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