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2700 Policy_Annual District Report

An essential element in the District's effort to maintain effective communication with parents and the community is
the report on the educational program and operations of the District, which will be provided by the School District
Clerk annually.
 
The annual District report shall include the following:
 
    A. The school count of persons residing in the District as described by State law;
 
    B. The number of children between the ages of four (4) and twenty (20) taught in the District during the school
        year;
 
    C. The number of children below the age of four (4) and above the age of twenty (20) who attended school in the
        District;
 
    D. The number of school days taught, including holidays, by teachers legally qualified to teach;
 
    E. The names of all teachers employed by the District during the school year, the number of days taught by
        each, the monthly salary paid to each, and the time allowed each teacher to attend an educational
        conference for which no wages were deducted;
 
    F. The amount of money received during the school year, designating separately the amount received from the
        school fund income, from taxes levied by the County Board, from taxes voted by the District, and from all
        other sources; the manner in which funds were expended, showing separately the expenditure of school
        money received from the State;
 
    G. The amount and character of District debts;
 
    H. Payroll and related benefit costs for all District employees in the previous school year;
 
     I. A description of the educational technology used by the District, including the uses made of the technology,
       the cost of the technology and the number of persons using or served by the technology; and
 
    J. Other facts and statistics in relation to the District as the Department of Public Instruction requires.
 
120.18, Wis. Stats.
 
Approved/Adopted:  July 13, 2009
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Shari Weinstock,
Aug 5, 2011, 9:53 AM
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