New Employee Information 
This page is under construction. Please disregard the information below and click here to download all necessary new hire paperwork for the 2015-2016 school year. Please click here to download just the Frequently Asked Questions, and click here to download just the new hire checklist. The page will be updated shortly with more information for new hires.
Congratulations! We are excited that you will be joining the Boston Public Schools team. Working for the public of Boston means that there are a lot of steps you need to take to be employed, so please review the following carefully. After printing and completing all necessary paperwork, please come to the Office of Human Capital at 26 Court Street in Downtown Boston to submit it.

1. Complete Now: State Ethics Reform Law

As of December 2009, all new employees of Boston Public Schools must acknowledge receipt of the Summary of the State Ethics Reform Law and complete the online training.
Chapter 28 of the Acts of 2009, the recently enacted ethics reform law, imposes new mandatory education and training requirements on public employers and public employees. Every state, county, and municipal employee must be given a summary of the conflict of interest law prepared by the Ethics Commission and must complete an online training program prepared by the Commission. Every municipality must designate a liaison to the Commission.

2. Review and Complete: New Employee Forms

Filling out your forms before you come in to the Office Human Capital will save you time and effort. Please print out and fill out these forms.
  • For Teachers
  • For Substitute Teachers
  • For School Administrators (principals and assistant principals)
  • All Other Positions
  • Contact the Coordinator for the school at which you were hired with any questions about the intake process:

Networks A & C

Networks B & D

Networks E & F

Network G








Adams Elem

Alighieri Elem

Bradley Elem

Clap Innovation School

Condon Elem

Dever Elem

East Boston EEC

Edwards Middle

Eliot K-8

Everett Elem

Frederick Middle

Guild Elem

Harvard/Kent Elem

Holland Elem

Holmes Elem

Marshall Elem/UP Dorchester

McCormack Middle

McKay K-8

Middle School Acad

O’Donnell Elem

Otis Elem

Perkins Elem

Perry K-8

PJ Kennedy Elem

Quincy Elem

Russell Elem

Tynan Elem

Umana K-8

Up Academy

Warren/ Prescott K-8

Blackstone Elem

Carter Center

Dudley Street Nbhd. Charter

Baldwin Pilot ELA

Winthrop Elem

BTU School K-8

Ellis Elem

Hale Elem

King K-8

Curley K-8

Edison K-8

Haynes EEC


Gardner Pilot Acad

Hennigan Elem

Horace Mann

Jackson/Mann K-8

Hurley K-8

JF Kennedy Elem

Mason Elem

Mendell Elem

Lyon K-8

Manning Elem

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Trotter Elem

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Channing Elem


Sumner Elem

E. Greenwood LA

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Conley Elem

Grew Elem

S. Greenwood K-8

Harbor School

Haley Elem

Irving Middle

Henderson Elem

Hernandez K-8

Kenny Elem

Lee Academy (Fifield)

Lyndon K-8

Lee Elem

Mattahunt Elem

Mozart Elem

Mather Elem

Mildred Ave 3-8

Kilmer K-8

Philbrick Elem

Murphy K-8

Shaw Elem

Rogers Middle

Taylor Elem

Roosevelt K-8

Young Achievers K-8

Another Course To College

Boston Arts Academy


Boston Community Leadership Academy

Boston Evening Academy

Boston International HS

Boston Latin Academy

Boston Latin School

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Burke High

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Community Academy

Community Academy of Science and Health

Dearborn 6-12

Dorchester Academy

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EM Kennedy Health Academy

English High

Excel HS

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Greater Egleston High

Green Academy

Harbor HS

Lyon Pilot High

Margarita Muniz Academy

New Mission High

Newcomers Academy

O’Bryant High

Ostiguy High (ABCD)

Quincy Upper School

Roland Hayes

Snowden International HS

Tech Boston Academy

Urban Science Academy

West Roxbury Academy

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