Staff Resources

Technology Help (Spiceworks)

To request assistance with classroom technology, please submit a help desk ticket here.


Custodial/Maintenance Requests

Custodial/Maintenance Request Form


Clinton Township Foundation for Educational Excellence

Overview


CTSD Job Description Manual

Table of Contents
A Series - Administration
B Series - Central Management Support
C Series - Business/Plant Operations
D Series - Instruction/Curriculum
E Series - Student Services
F Series - Extracurricular Activities
G Series - Paraprofessionals


Family Leave Act Information

Employee Rights FLMA
FMLA Employer Guide 2017
FMLA Notice of Eligibility & Rights
FMLA Designation
NJ FLA Regulations


Forms

Employee Forms 
CTSD Document Library on the Google Drive (requires login with your district Google account).
Post Travel Report - pdf version
Post Travel Expense Report


Insurance Information

Premium Assistance Under Medicaid and CHIP


Open Enrollment

Find all necessary documents here for Open Enrollment. Last Day is October 30, 2020.


New Laws

S1163 Physical Restraint Law


PK - 8 Code of Conduct

2017-2018 PK-8 Code of Conduct


Teaching Resources

The NJ Dyslexia Handbook
11-1 Teaching Holocaust


AID-NJEA

The AID-NJEA helpline has served NJEA members and their families for over 10 years. NJEA members and their families have access to this free and confidential service 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Educators and school counselors are on the line from noon until 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and until 6 p.m. on Fridays to provide peer-to-peer support and information to callers. In addition, University Behavioral Health Care provides mental health professionals who answer the helpline during all other hours for 24/7 coverage.

Callers seeking help from AID-NJEA can count on:

  • Help from a staff of Education Support Specialists experienced in education and trained in behavioral health
  • Immediate personal response — a “real voice” with no buttons to push
  • Access to thousands of resources from the AID-NJEA Information Directory
  • High quality help by telephone with personal, family and school-related demands.

Why handle tough times alone? Whether you are a new teacher, a support staff member, or a retired school employee, AID-NJEA has people on the line who can provide guidance and information to help. Dial 866-AID-NJEA (243-6532) or email helpline@njea.org.