BMCSO Policies

List of Uses of Student Director Information Policy/Opt Out Form for 2017-2018.  Click here to view the Policy

Click to view New Student Privacy Requirements.

Click here to view Bay Mills Community College Charter Schools Office Volunteer Policy.

Bay Mills Community College Charter Schools Office FOIA Coordinator Holly Powless can be reached by phone at 906-248-8123 or email hpowless@bmcc.edu. Click here for FOIA Policy.

Bay Mills Community College Charter Schools Office Request For Proposals.

Click here to view Bay Mills Community College Charter Schools Office Epicenter Compliance Task Extensions.

Bay Mills Community College Charter Schools Office Property Lease Policy, Lease Agreement Questionnaire (Attachment A), and BMCC Church State lease policy Questionnaire (Attachment B).

Click here for Bay Mills Community College Charter Schools Office Seat Time Waivers and Charter Contract Amendments Policy.

As a condition to receiving an authorizer’s certificate from the Bay Mills Charter School Office (BMCSO) for any short-term loan or state aid note borrowing, an academy must certify, in writing, to BMCSO that: (i) as of the close of the most recent fiscal year, the academy has no outstanding unpaid management fees; (ii)the academy has no outstanding and/or unpaid loans, or any other indebtedness that is not disclosed as a permissable debt in its annual financial audit; (iii) the academy has no hidden or off-book debts, loans, or other indebtedness; An academy that fails to provide the written certification above, or that fails to disclose all non-compliance with the above certification provisions, will not receive an authorizer certificate from BMCSO. The academy must provide all written certifications to BMCSO at least 30 days prior to the proposed closing of the loan.  Click here to read as a PDF

Recently there has been interest by some schools to provide “shared time” services to local private schools. Please be advised that in all similar circumstances it is incumbent upon academy boards to first establish the legality of any proposal outside its current charter with Bay Mills Community College. In other words, it is expected that all proposals such as shared time, expansion of grade levels, change of locations, long term financing, or any other matter could potentially result in an amendment to the charter document must first be reviewed by the academy board, the board’s attorney and then submitted in a letter, including legal opinion, to Mariah Wanic, Compliance Coordinator, Bay Mills Community College.   Click here to view as a PDF