Mercy High School, a Catholic college preparatory school immersed in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, educates and inspires young women of diverse backgrounds to lead and serve with compassion.
Mercy High School was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1945 to provide a Catholic education based on holistic learning and academic excellence. Mercy High School nurtures a supportive faith community and prepares young women from throughout the metropolitan Detroit area for their critical roles in contemporary society. Our 670 students engage in rigorous college preparatory courses while simultaneously pursuing extracurricular interests in the performing arts, athletics, the sciences and community affairs. Enriched by students from diverse backgrounds, Mercy fosters spiritual, intellectual, moral physical and cultural development in a Catholic environment.
Mercy is accredited by AdvancED and recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for continuous innovation in learning, teaching and the school environment.
The following position is available at Mercy High School.
Position Description Long Term Pre-Calculus & Honors Geometry Sub
Mercy High School in Farmington Hills has need for a long term substitute position of a highly qualified math teacher for Pre-Calculus and Honors Geometry courses. Coverage is needed from late April through the remainder of the school year, with the possibility of a fall 2019 long term sub opportunity. Applying candidates must have a current EX Michigan certification.
All teachers in the Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Detroit shall be certified and /or approved for teaching by the Department of Education for the State of Michigan. All teachers are required to hold the appropriate endorsement for the subject(s) they are assigned to teach.
The selected candidate must hold an EX Math Certification, attend Protecting God's Children, and complete a background check with fingerprints.The Archdiocese of Detroit is an equal opportunity employer that does not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, height, weight, genetic information, marital or other legally protected status.
Please send resume by March 22nd to Ms. Colleen McMaster, Associate Principal Academic Affairs: email@example.com.
Visit https://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-2629_59590---,00.html for all work permit information and resources. Listed below is taken from the MDE Youth Employment web site.
Youth Employment Standards Act 90 of 1978 defines a minor who is less than 18 years of age, including but not limited to employees, volunteers, independent contractors and performing artists.
Minors under 18 years of age must obtain a work permit or a written agreement or contract entered into between the employer and the governing school district, public school academy, or nonpublic before starting work. Work permits can be obtained from the state of Michigan school issuing officer (the chief administrator of a school district, intermediate school district, etc.) the minor attends or the school district where the minor will be employed. If the minor changes jobs, a new work permit is required for the new employer. A work permit may be revoked for poor academic performance. A work permit is required even if the minor is home/cyber/virtual/online schooled, does not attend school, or out-of-state resident.
Work permits are no longer available for bulk purchase from Michigan Center for Career & Technical Education; work permits are available for printing or download below. Note: CA-6 work permits must be printed, front and back, on pink paper and CA-7 work permits must be printed, front and back, on yellow paper to be valid.
Youth Employment Posters
Youth Employment Standards Rules
Standards for Issuance of Work Permits
Standards for Issuance of Work Permits Checklist
Legislative link to the Youth Employment Standards Act 90
CA-6 Work Permit (must be printed pink and front to back)
CA-7 Work Permit (must be printed yellow and front to back) - Individual Deviation
Bringing Work Safety and Health to Schools (CDC/NIOSH)
Safety Matters (CDC/NIOSH)
Talking Safety (CDC/NIOSH)
Safety Matters Center (AIHA)