Section 18 (2) of the Public Act of 1979, the State School Aid Act, requires each school district and intermediate school district to post a variety of data on its website. The Annual Budget and Transparency Reporting is an opportunity to communicate to our community on how we utilize the resources that are provided to us.
Additional information is available on the Annual Website Report.
Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan and Two-Way Interactions
As required by the Return to Learn legislation, Eaton RESA created an Extended Continuity of Learning (ECOL) plan for the entire 2020-21 school year.
Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan Educational Goal Report
Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan - Training Report on Delivery, Access and Use of Virtual Content
Eaton RESA Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan Revised 1.20.2021
Extended COVID-19 Reconfirmation and Two-Way Interactions 2.17.2021
Extended COVID-19 Reconfirmation and Two-Way Interactions 1.20.2021
Extended COVID-19 Reconfirmation and Two-Way Interactions 12.16.2020
Extended COVID-19 Reconfirmation and Two-Way Interactions 11.18.2020
Extended COVID-19 Reconfirmation and Two-Way Interactions 10.21.2020
Board Approved Budget and Subsequent Revisions
Eaton RESA is a regional educational service agency created by the legislature in 1962 to bring about quality and equitable educational opportunities to students and schools throughout the state. We provide instructional and administrative services to six school districts, three non-public districts and three public school academies within our boundaries. We serve the broader community by working in cooperation with our constituent districts and community agencies to help over 13,000 students achieve school and life success. Our Board of Education is elected by the board members of the constituent districts we serve. The Eaton RESA Board of Education adopts the budget no later than June 30 each year. Within 15 days of adoption, the budget is posted to our website, and any subsequent budget amendments are also posted within the 15-day timeframe.
Current Bargaining Agreements
Employer-Sponsored Health Care Plans
Audited Financial Statements
Bids Required Under Section 5 of the Public Employee Health Benefits Act, 2007 PA 106, MCL 124.75
Policy on Procurement of Supplies, Materials and Equipment
Policy on Specific Categories of Reimbursable Expenses
Accounts Payable Check Register
Educator Evaluation Posting Assurances
Multi-Year Countywide Common Calendar
8/19/19 First Day of School
11/22/19 Last Day Before Fall Break
12/2/19 First Day After Fall Break
12/20/19 Last Day Before Holiday Break
1/6/20 First Day After Holiday Break
3/27/20 Last Day Before Spring Break
4/6/20 First Day After Spring Break
8/17/20 First Day of School
11/20/20 Last Day Before Fall Break
11/30/20 First Day After Fall Break
12/18/20 Last Day Before Holiday Break
1/4/21 First Day After Holiday Break
3/26/21 Last Day Before Spring Break
4/5/21 First Day After Spring Break
8/16/21 First Day of School
11/19/21 Last Day Before Fall Break
11/29/21 First Day After Fall Break
12/17/21 Last Day Before Holiday Break
1/3/22 First Day After Holiday Break
3/25/22 Last Day Before Spring Break
4/4/22 First Day After Spring Break
8/22/22 First Day of School
11/18/22 Last Day Before Fall Break
11/28/22 First Day After Fall Break
12/23/22 Last Day Before Holiday Break
1/9/23 First Day After Holiday Break
3/24/23 Last Day Before Spring Break
4/3/23 First Day After Spring Break
8/21/23 First Day of School
11/17/23 Last Day Before Fall Break
11/27/23 First Day After Fall Break
12/22/23 Last Day Before Holiday Break
1/8/24 First Day After Holiday Break
3/22/24 Last Day Before Spring Break
4/1/24 First Day After Spring Break
*Denotes approved Pre-Labor Day start waiver from MDE (Subsequent school year common calendars could be adjusted based on state legislative changes or MDE approval of another Pre-Labor Day start or balanced calendar waiver as prescribed by MDE guidelines at the time)
Common Calendar Requirement:
PA 101 of 2007 mandated that, beginning with the 2008-2009 school year, an intermediate school district, in cooperation with constituent districts, shall adopt a common school calendar which applies to all its constituent districts and to the intermediate district programs. The common calendar identifies winter and spring breaks and the first day of school for the next five years. The Eaton RESA Five Year Common Calendar noted above was approved at a meeting of the Superintendent's Round Table on 3/4/19 by a unanimous 6-0 vote. Adopted by Eaton RESA Board of Education 3/20/19.
Eaton RESA welcomes the opportunity to communicate with our community on how we utilize the resources provided to us. Our spending decisions support our mission to provide the leadership, programs, and services that complement and enhance the efforts of constituent school districts in extending educational opportunities to all students.
We are strongly focused on supporting school improvement efforts, providing cost-effective business solutions, offering programs for students, helping parents, and working within our community to maximize resources for all families. Just like any other business organization, we issue paychecks, our staff travel to trainings and conferences, we contract with outside vendors or services, and we incur legal costs. Unlike other business organizations, we are governed by a school board selected by our customers, who are our local districts. Everything we do is subject to public review at any time, by any person or organization.
If you simply review the numbers in this report, you have only scratched the surface of our organization. We invite you to dig deeper into our website and learn more about our programs.