Superintendent Kim Carter

Battle Creek School Board Narrowly Approves Fall Plan
The Battle Creek Public Schools Board of Education voted to approve the district’s proposed reopening plan. The plan passed on Monday Night by a 4-3 vote. If Michigan remains in stage 4 of the virus, BCPS will open for in-person instruction for grades K-5 (with additional safety precautions required including facial coverings for all students and staff), and remote learning for grades 6-12 for at
BCPS Supt. Kim Carter Gets Contract Extension
The Superintendent of the Battle Creek Public Schools will not be getting a raise, but her contract has been extended. The Battle Creek Enquirer says that on Monday, the Battle Creek Board of Education chose to add three years to Superintendent Kim Carter’s contract; she still has one year left on a previous two year contract...
BCPS Budget Fix Holds Off State
Battle Creek Public Schools received a warning from its auditors in November: Stay on this track, and you risk intervention from the State of Michigan. The warning was rooted in fund balance guidelines; if BCPS falls below a certain fund balance, the state intervenes - if only to take a closer look at what is going on with district management...