The District contracts with NEOLA, a company that monitors State and Federal legislation to develop policy language based on new or changes to existing legislation. NEOLA provides districts with a link to the Districts' policies hosted on their servers.
As part of their effort to be more transparent in the operation of the school district, the East China Board of Education has taken the step to make District policies public and easily accessible. To access District policies, click on the following link:
You will be taken directly to the Board Policy Table of Contents from which you can access Board policies from each of the ten policy series.
Currently, Administrative Guidelines are not accessible as they must now be reviewed and revised to align with the updated policies.
Ok, bus drivers have run through their routes, custodians have made our schools beautiful, secretaries have been busy doing the magical, mysterious things they do, teachers have gotten their classrooms ready, administrators have met with their staff, we are ready! Send your student off with a good breakfast and a positive word of encouragement and let's make this the best year ever!
CHARTWELLS IS NOW HIRING FOOD SERVICE WORKERS
We're looking for enthusiastic individuals who enjoy a fast paced environment. Must be a self starter and able to work independently with minimal supervision, possess good customer service skills, a desire to be successful, be punctual, hard working and embrace change. The job of Food Service Worker requires the worker to order food, heat food, serve breakfast, lunch or snacks to the students, clean the food preparation area and serving area, receive deliveries, and keep accurate client records for the National School Lunch Program.
Please apply at the food service office
1585 Meisner Road, East China, MI 48054
A new school year is right around the corner, but unfortunately an old challenge still looms - closing the budget shortfall. Below is a link to a presentation I made to the Board of Education at their regular meeting in July and the video of that presentation.
The presentation provides an overview of the deficit from January of last year to now, an explanation of some of the challenges regarding closing or repurposing a building, changing elementary school, boundaries, and issues to address moving forward.
Though we provide the presentation as a separate link in addition to the video of the meeting, we ask that you watch the video as it provides explanation of the presentation slides as well as questions asked by Board members and the related responses.