Employee Resources

Employee Resources

Information and Resources for District Employees

Employee Perks

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Employee Login

Clock in, access e-mail, training, and more. Login

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Access Academic Supports Staff Resources

*You must be logged in to your District email to access resources.

Office of Certification – Information on certification, salary upgrades, loan forgiveness and more


Marking Guidelines Grades K – 12

Benefits Information – Find answers to your questions about your benefits coverage, change of life events, and open enrollment

Employee Health Services – Find information about medical leaves of absence, including Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and maternity/parental leaves. Access necessary absence cards, forms and applications.

Office of Employee Records – Access your personnel file, documents for verification of employment, and information about background checks

Learn more about how to enroll your school in a meal program.

Free Parking Near Central Office

The School District of Philadelphia offers free parking for employees in three surrounding lots.

All parking lots are currently filled to capacity, but you can be added to the parking waitlist.

  1. Education Center Lots (440 N. Broad Street):
    • Managed by the Office of School Safety.
    •  Parking spaces in the lots attached to the administration building are assigned by the Chief of your office.
    • Parking in this lot requires a hangtag.
  2. Steven’s Lot (Brandywine and N. 13th Streets)
    • Managed by Chanice N. Savage, Operations Director of Communications.
    • Spaces in this lot are assigned based on a waitlist.
  3. Stoddart-Fleisher Lot (540 N. 13th Street)
    • Managed by Chanice N. Savage, Operations Director of Communications.
    • Spaces in this lot are assigned based on a waitlist.

Paid Parking Near Central Office

Parking garage locations that offer discounted monthly parking passes to School District Central Office employees.


  1. Park Center City (Broad & Vine, 1416 Wood Street)
    Access cards, enable all parking pass holders to come and go as they please on the specific days that they are utilizing the garage.
    • 2-Day Option: $88 per month
    • 3-Day Option: $132 per month
    • Unlimited Monthly Option: $175 per month

Questions? Contact Julie Foyle at 215-287-2774 or julie@livewtprops.com

  1. Parkway Demonstration (Broad & Race, 150 N. Broad Street
    • Daily Parking Rate: Early bird daily rate is $15.00 if you arrive between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m.
    • Monthly Parking Rate: $175/month
      • Click here for instructions to sign up for monthly parking
      • Your monthly rate will allow for multiple entries and exits from the garage.

Questions? Contact Georges Kango at 267-228-6682 or Parkway’s Customer Care Center at 267-765-3665, 24 hours a day, for further assistance.

Enroll in Flexible Spending Savings Account (FSA) for Parking Expenses

If you choose to pay the monthly parking rate, you can enroll in a Flexible Spending Savings Account (FSA) to set aside pre-tax money through payroll deductions for parking expenses.

To enroll, log in to philasdflexbenefits.com and click the “Enroll in FSA and COMMUTER PLANS NOW” banner.

For assistance, call 1-800-307-0230.

Payroll Information – Access pay statements, employee leave balances, and W-2 Forms

  • Professional Development Calendar
  • Induction – This is a year-long professional development opportunity for beginning teachers.
  • New Hire Orientation – This program ensures new hires are prepared for the first 30 days of teaching at SDP.
  • Teacher Leader Support – Teacher Leader development opportunities are provided for teacher leaders with varying levels of experiences and roles.
  • Coaching – Coaching services are provided to all newly hired teachers and teachers who feel the need for extra support.
  • Tune Up Tuesdays – These professional development opportunities are open to all K-12 teachers
  • #TeachPHL: Unpacking Your First Year – #teachPHL: Unpacking Your First Year is a professional development series tailored to the needs of teachers who are new to the School District of Philadelphia.
  • Cornerstone – SDPs new Learning Management System for professional development registration, activity management, Act 48-hour tracking, and a centralized place for digital learning.
  • PowerSchool: our online platform for Evaluation and Professional Development, professional development (PD) registration, activity management, Act 48-hour tracking centralized digital learning and more.
  • Exemplary Teaching Video Library – The video library is a professional development tool that highlights the work of District teachers and is accessible to all teachers, principals, and central office staff.
  • New Teacher Tool Kit – The New Teacher Tool Kit is designed to help new teachers navigate their first year within the District.

Access Student Support Services Resources

*You must be logged in to your District email to access resources.

Need translation & interpretation support?
Find request forms and information here.

Pool Car Authorizations

The School District of Philadelphia’s (SDP) Department of Transportation Services (DTS) provides pool cars for staff traveling for official SDP business purposes only. DTS retains a Pool Car fleet of five vehicles for staff use. Vehicles may only be used by appropriately licensed drivers. Failure to provide accurate information or to notify DTS of any changes to the status of your driver’s license will result in immediate and permanent disqualification from using Pool Cars and Zipcars.

Field Trips

Scheduling an Academic/Athletic/Cultural Field Trip
All schools can request transportation for additional bus trips. The Department of Transportation Services serves a wide and diverse School District, and accommodates various activities and events for all students. Availability of District vehicles for field trips is determined on a first-come, first-serve basis for a limited number of vehicles. If you are interested in reserving a vehicle for a field trip, you will be required to fill out the appropriate request depending on the nature of your field trip.

For Academic Trip Requests
A Community-Based Instruction Off-Peak Bus Request Form must be completed and emailed to The Office of Specialized Services.

Athletic Trip Requests An Athletic Trip Bus Service Request form must be completed and emailed to transoperations@philasd.org.

Cultural Trip Requests A Request for School District Operated – Off Peak Bus Service (S-175) form must be completed and sent to transoperations@philasd.org.

Staff Resources & Communication Supports

District Brand Guide

Download guidelines for maintaining a uniform visual brand identity: logo usage, color palette, and typography.

Download a Logo

Color Palette

Hex #0b315b

HEX #22779f

HEX #398635

HEX #3aab48

HEX #ffaa30

HEX #47aad8

HEX #6dcff6

Canva Templates

Google Templates


Photography Gallery

The SDP Photo Gallery is for internal employee use only. Please contact the Office of Communications if you have photography needs for press or advertising purposes.

Photography Release Form

Permission for use of student image, voice, video, work and/or first name for News Media, District Communications, School Partner Communications, and Educational Purposes.

Download the form in your language.

School Website Help

Contact: Laurie Leas lleas@philasd.org

District Office Website Change Request

Use the button below to submit changes and improvements to your department website.

For emergency changes OR questions?

Contact: Jaden Gibson: jrgibson@philasd.org AND Laurie Leas: lleas@philasd.org

Something Missing? Broken Link?

Let Us Know. Complete the form below to submit feedback or report a broken link.


Google Resources and Video Tutorials

  • Access the Google Help Center for step-by-step guides and instructional videos on utilizing Gmail, Calendar, Google Classroom, Forms, Slides, Docs, Sheets and more.
  • Google Accessibility – Learn how to make Google document, presentations, or sheets more accessible to everyone.

Central Office – Social Media

Central office departments and their employees are NOT permitted to create social media accounts representing their department. Instead, we encourage departments to submit news and updates for sharing on the primary District Social Platforms. Use the button below to submit news, achievements, and updates.

Schools – Social Media

  • Please review the Social Media Policy before creating a new account
  • Schools must link a school e-mail address to the professional social media site. For example, schoolnamehighschool@philasd.org.

Have questions or need help?
E-mail Khalice Gaynor – Social Media | Digital Content Producer

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Submit a Story Idea

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Get Communications & Creative Support

Communications supports Central Office Departments with creative services, from design to content distribution across the District's platforms.

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