Budget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting

Huron Valley Schools is one of the largest school districts in the state with approximately 9700 students. The District is also the second largest employer in our community with a budget of $86 million, 1600 employees and 16 school buildings. Administrative costs for Huron Valley are ranked in the lowest 13% of public school districts in Michigan. In Oakland County, Huron Valley administrative costs rank 25th out of 28 districts. When Oakland County charter schools are included, Huron Valley drops to 46th out of 49 districts. (Source: MDE Bulletin 1014 April 2014)

As a service industry, approximately 83% of our expenditures are personnel related. Our focus is on high-quality instruction and our instructional costs and salaries are approximately 73% of total costs. Given the hard work and dedication of our employees and our students, Huron Valley MEAP/MME test scores and graduation rates meet or exceed the statewide averages and also meet or exceed Oakland County averages in 17 out of 23 assessment tests.

PDF DocumentMDE Bulletin 1014 for 2014-15 - Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data
PDF DocumentMDE Bulletin 1014 for 2015-16 - Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data
PDF DocumentMDE Bulletin 1014 for 2016-17 - Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data
PDF DocumentMDE Bulletin 1014 for 2017-18 - Michigan Public Schools Ranked by Selected Financial Data

The information below is statutorily required by the State of Michigan for public school districts and ISDs to post on their website (MCL 388.1618 Subsections 2,3, and 11).  The Michigan Department of Education has released the following guidance for fulfilling the State's requirements. 

PDF DocumentBudget and Salary/Compensation Transparency Reporting Guidance

Fiscal Year 2021 - 2022 Budget

Audited Financial Statements

PDF Document2018 - 2019 Audited Financial Report
PDF Document2017 - 2018 Audited Financial Report
PDF Document2016 - 2017 Audited Financial Report

Previous year's reports are on the School Finance page under the Business Office.

Procurement Policy

Expense Reimbursement Policy

Accounts Payable Check Register

District Paid Association Dues

District Paid Lobbying Costs

PDF DocumentLobbying Costs 2018-19

There were no lobbying costs for prior fiscal years.

Approved Deficit Elimination Plan

The District has not incurred a deficit.

District Credit Card Information

Teacher/Administrator Evaluation Posting and Assurances

The links below have been created with the express purpose of meeting the posting and assurances requirements of MCL 380.1249(3). 

Teacher Evaluation:


Administrator Evaluation: