These classes are intended to enhance the natural resources curriculum and better prepare students for careers in water resources-related fields.
View open positions or Start an online application Substitute employment opportunities can be found through PCMI Staffing Services (will Sub).CLC utilizes Camp Ripley as a real world field laboratory as part of the water resources curriculum.In turn the field data is incorporated into Camp Ripley’s existing water quality data base in the interest of expanding and understanding water quality trends on Camp Ripley.Inquiries related to discrimination on the basis of disability should be directed to the Section 504 Coordinator: Ellen Lounds, Supervisor of Special Education, 920 Baird Street, Holly, MI 48442, 248.328.3170.Direct all other inquiries related to discrimination to: David Nuss, Superintendent, 920 Baird Street, Holly, MI 48442, 248.328.3147.The Environmental Department has also worked with St.
Could State University and the University of Minnesota – Duluth to track various surface water and groundwater quality trends.
More than 61 percent of the waste generated onsite is recycled.
Recycling fuel, oil, antifreeze, solvents, metal, plastics, glass, batteries, toner cartridges, fluorescent tubes, wood pallets, and concrete contribute to the waste reduction.
The Holly Area Schools Human Resources Department is committed to the recruitment and retention of top-notch employees with the determination and drive to create a positive and effective learning environment for our students.
We take great pride in our staff and the services they provide to our students and families.
We're confident you'll find these courses to be informative and helpful towards maintaining a safe learning environment.