Royal oak schools:
a community of excellence
We offer competitive pay, world-class professional development, and plenty of career growth opportunities, all with an unbeatable culture.
Royal Oak Schools will create a world-class system for learning by building active partnerships among students, educators, families, and the community to prepare all students to participate in an ever-changing world as responsible lifelong learners.
Student Achievement: Student Achievement for Royal Oak students will exceed nation, state, and county norms.
Student Growth: Each individual student will achieve at least one year's worth of growth for a year's worth of instruction.
Community: School and community success are inter-related and active school-community partnerships are essential to both, therefore we will work to strengthen and increase school and community partnerships.
System: Royal Oak Schools will responsibly optimize the use of resources for improving student learning.
In adopting these goals, the Board of Education committed to reviewing them on no less than an annual basis.
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Welcome to Royal oak schools Human Resources
Here you will find information about Human Resources services, current employment opportunities and how to apply for them, and requirements for employment.
Royal Oak Schools Human Resources Department is committed to the recruitment and retention of top-notch employees with the determination and drives to create a positive and effective 21st-century learning environment for our students. Our departmental goal is to build a foundation of employee excellence through rigorous performance standards, staff development, and a diverse and dedicated workforce that supports the mission and goals of the district.
Staff and visitors will find links to helpful information about Human Resources services, job opportunities, and requirements for employment.
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BOARD NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
In compliance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, it is the policy of Royal Oak Schools is that no person shall on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), age, disability, height, genetic discrimination, weight, marital or family status, military status, or any other legally protected category be illegally excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination during any program, activity, or service or in employment. In accordance with Federal regulations, Royal Oak Schools has appointed a Title VII, Title IX, Section 504/ADA, and Age Discrimination Act Coordinator.
Patrick Wolynski, Executive Director, Staff & Student Services
Sarah Olson, Executive Director, Curriculum & Instruction
800 Devillen Royal Oak, MI 48073
Complaints will be investigated in accordance with the procedures as described in Board Policy 2260. Any student making a complaint or participating in a school investigation will be protected from any threat or retaliation. The Compliance Officers can provide additional information concerning equal access to educational opportunity.
Royal Oak Schools Board of Education's complete Policy Manual