EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES & LABOR RELATIONS:
Howard Schwager, Phone: 734-850-6020
Shelly Haise, Secretary, Phone: 734-850-6022
Teacher and administrator certification, BEA/BAA college tuition reimbursements, degree level changes, personnel file review, certified staff evaluations, FMLA and employee contracts.
Sally Lucarelli, Secretary / Switchboard, Phone: 734-850-6005
Extra duty pay, workers' compensation, employment verifications, new hire paperwork, postage/mailing information, job postings, telephone system information, and business cards.
Pam May, Benefits / SEMS Secretary, Phone: 734-850-6016
Health/dental/vision/life insurance/AFLAC, and other medical leaves, certified staff absences and substitute requests, absence balance information, certified staff perfect attendance, substitute teachers.
Bev Ostermyer, SEMS / Attendance Secretary, Phone: 734-850-6023
Non-certified staff absences, vacation/personal day requests, absence balance information, non-certified staff perfect attendance, non-certified substitutes, staff ID badges.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED IN OUR SCHOOLS!
In order to be a substitute teacher in the State of Michigan you must have 90+ credit hours from a four year accredited college or university. Substitute teachers have the opportunity to choose the grade levels or subjects they prefer to teach and even how often you would like to work. If you are interested in this opportunity, our substitute teachers also referred to as "Guest Teachers" are hired through EDUStaff. Start your application today at www.EDUStaff.org.
If you have any questions, would like more information, or need help during the process please call EDUStaff at 877-974-6338 and a representative will be happy to help you!
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
Collective Bargaining Agreements can be found on the Transparency Reporting page of our website.
Bedford Public Schools prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, marital status, or disability as defined in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment Act of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
If any person believes that any part of the school organization has inadequately applied the principles or regulations of Titles II, VI, or IX or Section 504 or is in some way discriminatory, he or she may bring forward a complaint with a building Principal/Supervisor or a grievance with the local Civil Rights Coordinator.