Many students and parents are asking questions regarding work on students' remote days or if a student is a full-time virtual student.
This is directly from the MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF LABOR:
Parents do not supercede state and federal rules, regulations and guidelines.
The employer employing under 18 is govern by state and federal rules, regulations and guidelines.
Under 18 should not be employed, at an employer’s place of business, during local public school/district hours.
The rules, regulations and guidelines have not changed for employing under 18.
School is in session either physically or through virtual or distance learning (i.e., cyber/virtual/online school), home school, public or private (The school educators, administrators and teachers are only available during school hours – public local school hours).
In accordance to Youth Employment Standards Act 90 of 1978 section 409.119 (2) If a minor is required by law to attend school, the work may only be performed outside of school hours. In Michigan, minors are required to attend school until 18 years of age (Compulsory Attendance). A 16/17 year old minor is not allowed to work more than 24 work hours per week (school in session).
If you did not make it in for pictures on September 14 and 15, or once you receive your pictures and would like to get them retaken, retake day will by October 20th from 8:00 am to 10:00 am for ALL students.