Human Resources Office

Milton Public Schools

25 Gile Rd

Milton, MA 02186

(p) 617-696-4811

(f) 617-696-5099

Janet Sheehan, Assistant Superintendent 

Laurie Dunn, Human Resources Specialist

Employee Compensation and Benefits

-Unit A (Teachers) Contract Agreement, September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2019

-Employee Health Insurance Premiums

-Dental Insurance Premiums

-Massachusetts Teachers Retirement System

 

2017-2018 Staff Documents

-Superintendent Mary Gormley's Welcome Back Letter

-A copy of the 2017-2018 Staff Handbook

-Milton School Laws 2017-2018

-Safe Schools Program Handout

-Sick Bank Application Form for Units A, B and D

-Sick Bank Application Form for AFSCME Custodial and Cafeteria Workers

-Fingerprinting Information

-Asbestos Plan

-Integrated Pest Management Letter

-Direct Deposit Form

-2017/2018 Sign-Off Sheet

Various Forms

-Employee Identification form

-W-4 form

-I-9 form

-CORI form

-SSA-1945

-OBRA Enrollment Card with Information Sheet

-Professional Improvement Committee (PIC) Forms

-Masters Degree Course Reimbursement form

-Annuity Information

-Cafeteria Plan Information

-Supervision & Evaluation Program

-Individual Professional Development Plan

-Family Medical Leave Act Application

-McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Staff Manual

-Outside PD Course Approval Form

-Strand Proposal Template

-Field Trip Policy

-Field Trip Preliminary Approval Request

-Field Trip Final Approval Request

State Ethics Conflict of Interest Law

-Summary of the Conflict of Interest Law

-Confirmation of Receipt Form

-State Ethics Online Training Program

 

Professional Development

Milton's Professional Development program is a framework for our professional staff to build on existing skills and practices and to learn new strategies that directly contribute to an increase in student achievement. Through this program we are developing a more collaborative atmosphere while improving our work environment.

Specifically, the goals of our Professional Development program are: 

*To increase student achievement 
*To provide teachers and administrators with professional growth opportunities 
*To increase teachers' and administrators' content and subject-matter knowledge 
*To improve teachers' instructional practices 
*To develop and align Milton's curriculum with the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks and to develop a Standards Based Curriculum 
*To foster a collaborative atmosphere among our professional staff

The Milton Public Schools Professional Development program incorporates the priorities identified by the Milton Educators Association and the Milton Public Schools Professional Development Committee. These priorities are the areas of curriculum development, teaching methodology, diversity, and technology.

The Milton Public Schools Professional Development program reflects the goals and objectives in our system-wide Strategic Plan, our system-wide Technology Plan and the plans of our individual school Site Councils.

For more information and a listing of the Professional Development offerings, please visit the Professional Development web site.