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School Personnel and Applicant Criminal Arraignment Disclosure Form

Within three days of arraignment for certain crimes, or the first time a criminal defendant appears in court where they hear the charges against them and submit a plea, Michigan law requires all employed personnel, personnel regularly and continuously employed under contract, and applicants for employment to report the arraignment to their employing district and MDE.

 

Criminal Arraignment Disclosure Form

School Personnel Criminal Conviction Disclosure Form

Immediately upon conviction of certain crimes, the employed personnel and personnel working regularly and continuously under contract must submit the school personnel criminal conviction disclosure form to their employing district, MDE, and the prosecuting attorney.

 

School Personnel Criminal Conviction Disclosure Form

District Criminal Conviction Disclosure Form

Within 15 days of learning of certain educator convictions, the district board president must notify the superintendent of public instruction of that conviction.

 

District Criminal Conviction Disclosure Form

District Felony Conviction Employment Form

In some circumstances, districts may legally employ an individual with a felony with board approval and notification to MDE.  For those individuals, the district felony conviction employment form must be submitted to MDE prior to hire or continued employment.

 

District Felony Conviction Employment Form