Background Checks - complete as soon as possible
All employees must submit information for a criminal background check.
If you are not a TSPC licensed employee, you must complete a fingerprint clearance.
-- Follow the instructions found in the fingerprint clearance link above to set up an appointment.
New Hire Forms
Please download and fill out the forms below, then print them and deliver to the FGSD HR office for review. If you have questions, please email Jo Shields at email@example.com.
1. I-9 form
--Fill out section 1 except for your signature and the date which you will need to sign in the presence of someone in Human Resources office when you come to your onboarding appointment.
-- A list of acceptable documents can be found on the third page of this form. Please bring the appropriate documents with you to your appointment.
2. W-4 form
Fill out only this form if you want your federal and state tax exemptions to be the same
3. OR-W-4 form
Fill out this form only if you want your state tax exemptions to be different than your federal tax exemptions
4. EEOC form
This information is used for statistical and affirmative action purposes
Please attach a voided check or document from your bank with the routing number and account number
-- This information is used to verify your years of teaching experience for placement on the salary schedule.
-- Fill out one form for each previous school district (or private school) that you have worked for.
-- It is your responsibility to send this form to your previous employer.
You must fill out this form if you are NOT a TSPC licensed employee.
New Hire Meeting with Human Resources
You will be asked to set up a meeting with the HR Department to review your new hire forms, insurance benefits, and salary information before you begin teaching. Please bring the following to this meeting:
|All of the above documents if you have not already emailed them|
|Your Social Security card|
|Appropriate documents for your I-9 form|
|Transcripts if you have not already sent them|
Your selections for insurance benefits
(or questions if you're not quite sure)