District and building-based initiatives, workshops, committees and meetings are electronically submitted and posted on the professional development tracking system. The tracking system tracks clock hours and inservice credit, providing an ongoing record of individual professional development. Staff enters both district-based and outside courses/credit hours directly on their teacher relicensure forms for relicensure committee approval. All staff have their own account with a secure login and password. Reserve teachers, retirees, and Bloomington residents with a teaching license also have the ability to review classes for registration and post electronically to their ecard for relicensure. Non-Bloomington employees have the ability to review offerings, but must call (952-681-6482) to check availability and register.
Frequently Asked QuestionsProfessional Development Tracking System FAQsHow do I log activities to my ecard?What is the relicensure process?Teacher Relicensure Law - what do the asterisks (*) represent?
Annual Required OSHA Training
Annually Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training is required for 9-12 Science, 6-12 FACS, Tech Ed, Art and Photo teachers. These courses are required by OSHA and are a condition of employment.
If you have questions, please contact the Health and Safety Office at extensions x8765 or x8764.
Online Resources for RelicensureMDE Resources for clock hoursInstitute for Global Studies
Click on "Teacher & Community Outreach" for a complete listing of upcoming professional development programs.Metro ECSU
See website for the most current listings.PREP Center
Save YOUR License Saturday
Are you ready to renew your teaching license? Get all four requirements on ONE day!Pacer Center
See website for the most current listings.Para-professionals
The Prep Center at Intermediate District #287 offers courses and special workshops tailored for the needs of para-professionals.