School Reports & Information
We are continuing to follow current CDC guidelines for isolation and quarantine. If you have tested positive for Covid-19, please adhere to the following:
Day 1 is the first full day AFTER the day your symptoms started.
You may end isolation after 5 days if you had symptoms and they are improving and you are fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medication).
Continue to isolate if your symptoms are NOT improving until:
You are fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medication).
Your symptoms are improving.
Regardless of when you end isolation, please wear a high-quality mask indoors around others at home and in public until at least day 11.
Please let us know your intended date of return once you are fever free and symptoms are improving.
Individual student records are maintained in order to provide appropriate educational services and programming for all students attending Concord Academy. Our district’s student records policy is in our handbook which is available in the link on this page or in paper copy from our school office.
McKinney Vento Homeless Assistance Act
The Federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act states that children and youth who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence are homeless. For more information visit www.naehcy.org
School Liaison: Laura Merrill (231)439-6800
Title IX Coordinators for Concord Academy Petoskey are:
Paul DeSimone - Athletic Director
Laura Wagner- Administrative Assistant
2468 Atkins Rd.
Petoskey, MI 49770
The Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act provide that no individual will be discriminated against on the basis of a disability. This protection applies not just to the student, but to all individuals who have access to the Academy’s programs and facilities. A student can access special education services through the proper evaluation procedures. Parental involvement in this procedure is important and is required by Federal (IDEA) and State law.
Section 504 Coordinator for Concord Academy Petoskey:
Robin Crane- Special Education Director
Concord Academy's pest management needs are met by Orkin. We typically do not use chemical treatments in the building during the school day due to health reasons, and refer to all applicable laws in regards to its pest management. Please contact the office for more information.
In the efforts to maintain a healthy school environment, Concord Academy Petoskey has followed all applicable state and federal laws pertaining to asbestos. Concord Academy Petoskey is a certified Asbestos Free School.
Educator Evaluation Systems Postings and Assurances
5D+ Teacher Evaluation Postings and Assurances
Michigan Public Act 12 of 2014 modifies the frequency and recording requirements for school safety drills and is effective July 1, 2014.
Under the new requirements, any school that operates any grades K through 12 must conduct the following drills annually:
5 fire drills per school year.
3 must be completed by December 1.
There must be a “reasonable” interval between each drill.
2 tornado drills per school year, with at least 1 taking place in March.
3 lockdown drills per school year, defined in the Act as “drills in which the occupants are restricted to the interior of the building”.
At least 1 taking place by December 1
At least 1 taking place after January 1
At least 1 of the drills is required to take place during a lunch or recess period, or at another time when a significant number of the students are gathered but not in the classroom.
The Act also requires that school officials must document completed safety drills on the school’s website within 30 days of completing the drill and maintain this information on the website for at least 3 years. A copy of each completed school drill is posted below.
2021-2022 Personnel Expenditures
Current Operating Expenditures
2021-2022 Operating Expenditures
Educational Service Provider Transparency Reports
Transparency Expenditure Report
ESSER III Spending Plan
Current Bargaining Agreement
Because our staff is hired through a third party vendor, there are no bargaining agreements for
Employer Sponsored Health Care Plans
Although our staff is hired through a third party vendor, Concord Academy currently sponsors the following Healthcare Plan 2022-2023
Audited Financial Statements
Audited Financial Report FYE 6-30-23
Although our staff is hired through a third party vendor, Concord Academy obtained the following Medical Benefit Plan Bids
Procurement and Expenses
Employee Compensation Information
EEM Top Administrator Compensation Package
District Paid Association Dues
There were no district paid association dues for
District Paid Lobbying Costs
There were no district paid lobbying costs for
Deficit Elimination Plan
Concord Academy of Petoskey prides itself on the fiscal responsibility we have maintained since inception. Concord has no financial deficit, therefore, there is no Deficit Elimination Plan in place.
District Credit Card Information
Concord Academy of Petoskey maintains one Mastercard account with 4Front Credit Union with a credit limit of $10,000 issued to Kali McNamara, Executive Director, and Laurie Coy, Business Manager.
District Paid Out-of-State Travel Information
There were no out of state travel expenses incurred for 2020-2021, nor are there any projected for 2021-2022 for our Executive Director.
The Compliance Officer for Concord Academy Petoskey is Ms. Kali McNamara.
Academy approved social media will be used by staff at the building level to communicate with parents or guardians for professional purposes. The approved platform we use is Remind. Parents are encouraged to use email for specific matters pertaining to their children. Staff email addresses can be found here.