Our Mission: To ensure that each student achieves his/her highest personal potential
Our Vision: To be a world-class school system

 
Human Resources
 Division of Operations
 Angela J. Pruitt, Ph.D., Executive Director

HR Times
The  eNewsletter of the Division of Human Resources &  Employee Relations

Current Issue

 Vol. 5 Issue 2 April 16, 2012 Click [here] to open.
Topics:
1. Reappointments
2.
Important Evaluation Information
3. 2012-2013 Voluntary Transfer Period
4. FY12 Year-End Documents Required by Personnel Services
Past Issues

 Vol. 5 Issue 1 January 27, 2012 Click [here] to open.
Topics:
  1. Probationary Contracts
2.
E-Verify
3. Annual Retirment Seminar
4. Assessment Timeline

FY11

 Vol. 4 Issue 5 June 17, 2011 Click [here] to open.
Topics:
  1. Commitment to Give Consideration
2. Process Improvements To Assist With Short Summer
3. Compulsory Deadlines
4. Legislative Updates
5. Exiting Employee Resources

 Vol. 4 Issue 4 April 15, 2011 Click [here] to open.
Topics:
1. Reappointment Information
2. Employee Evaluations
3. 2011-2012 Voluntary Transfer Period

Vol. 4 Issue 3 March 14, 2011 Click [here] to open.
Topics:
  1. Staffing Guidelines
2. Employee Evaluation Dates

3. Employee Intent Forms
4. Para Pro Exam Information
 

Vol. 4 Issue 2 January  05, 2011 Click [here] to open.
Topics:
  1. Calendar Information
2. Principal Handbook
3. ePerformance Information
 

Vol. 4 Issue 1 October 30, 2010 Click [here] to open.
Topics:
  1. Substitutes- Help From Principals
2. Probationary Release- All Employee Types
3. Probationary Termination- All Employee Groups
4. Assessment Timeline- Important Dates
 

 

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