All of the websites and documents can be confusing. Hopefully, the following information will help clarify what each site or document represents and its purpose.
Staff Development Requirements
All certified staff are required to attend 5 days (30 hours) of staff development each school year. In addition, probationary teachers need to attend another 15 days (90 hours) within the first three years of employment.
The district provides opportunities to complete each of these requirements. This 2019-2020 school year, in August, all certified staff and paraprofessionals should have attended professional development days starting August 27, August 28, and 29th. Another professional development day was November 5,2019 , EdCAMP DPPD
School improvement days (LSIP) -Teachers participate in a hour meeting at the end of a regular work day. LSIP dates are 10/22/2019, 11/19/2019, 12/10/2019,1/14/2020,2/11/2020, (3/17/20, 4/14/20 & 5/12/20 canceled due to Covid-19 quartenine)
Scheduled Late Start Days for 2019 are 10/09/19, 12/04/19, 1/08/20, 2/5/20, 3/11/20, (4/8/20 & 5/06/20 canceled due to Covid-19 quartenine)
additional time for probationary staff can be completed through new teacher meetings, mentor meetings, new teacher trainings and other district required activities.
Employee Web was setup for staff members to see their personal information, including certification and degrees, attendance, payroll history and tax information. This is also the site to enter your staff development activity. New certified staff that have less than three years teaching experience are required to enter any professional development in which they have participated by December 1 and May 2 of each school year. All of the above mentioned activities should be entered, as well as any other professional development workshops attended during the year. From this database, a report is generated for the State of Michigan REP to verify completion of the required professional development.
Employee Web - Your ID is a six digit number that is assigned. Your PIN is your first and last initial and the last four numbers of your social security number unless you have changed it.