Human Resources and Employee Services 

Forms & Information

 

Applications

PDF DocumentAdministrator/Teacher/Substitute Teacher Application
PDF DocumentGeneral Application
PDF DocumentVolunteer Application
 

Handbooks



 

Personnel Forms

PDF DocumentTuition Reimbursement
PDF DocumentCertified Request for Leave
PDF DocumentNon-Certified Request for Leave
PDF DocumentRequest for Additional Compensation
PDF DocumentAdministrator Work Compensation Request
PDF DocumentBeneficiary Designee Form
PDF DocumentChange of Address Form
PDF DocumentParaprofessional Assessment Reimbursement Form
PDF DocumentCopy Federal Witholding Exemption Form W-4
PDF DocumentEmployee Return to Work Form
PDF DocumentCriminal History Check Release Form
 

Misc. Information
PDF DocumentPolicies & Operational Procedures
PDF DocumentFamily Medical Leave Act (FMLA) - Rights and Responsibilities
PDF DocumentCalculating SB-CEUs
PDF DocumentTechnology Every Educator Should Know


School Safety Information for Employees


The State of Michigan "School Safety" legislation (2005 PA 129-131 and 138) recently enacted into law, has an impact on your employment with the school district. Employees convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor from the lists below must notify the Human Resources Department of their conviction (even if noted on your employment application).
 
After January 1, 2006, the new law requires you, as an employee of the district/school to self-report to your employer and the Michigan Department of Education when you have been arraigned/charged with certain identified crimes. (See the listing in Exhibit B). You must do so within three business days of arraignment or you will be guilty of an additional crime. A link for the reporting form is listed below.  This information is confidential and protected with legislative criminal penalties for inappropriate disclosure.
 
The law now prohibits a school district from employing, in any capacity, a person convicted of a listed offense, (see the listing in Exhibit A). Individuals currently employed by a school district, who are on the sex offenders registry, must be dismissed from employment.  Detailed information regarding this new "School Safety" legislation may be found here. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Assistant Superintendent's Office at 810-455-6096.

PDF DocumentArraignment Disclosure Form
PDF DocumentSchool Safety Legislation - Exhibit A
PDF DocumentSchool Safety Legislation - Exhibit B