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Academics and Curriculum
- Data and Accountability (EMIS)
- Linkage and Roster Verification
- Research and Evaluation
- Testing and Assessment
Resources for Principals and Teachers
Student Support Services
Board of Education (CPS website)
- Customer Help
- Community Learning Centers (CLCs)
- Local School Decision Making Committee (LSDMC) Manual
The Department of Human Resources is responsible for employee recruitment, hiring, staffing, evaluation and other related management issues.
- Join CPS
- Certificated Personnel
- Civil Service Personnel
- I am CPS Culture Transformation
- Contact Us
The General Counsel Office is responsible for providing and coordinating legal services for Cincinnati Public Schools and the Board of Education.
This department is responsible for the oversight of state and federal funds allocated to chartered nonpublic schools in Ohio, to purchase secular, neutral, and nonideological services such as speech and hearing services, remedial reading and math, psychological services, computer software and technology related to Internet access, mathematics and science equipment and materials, instructional materials and school library supplies.
The Public Affairs Department's work supports student achievement by communicating effectively with our district's many stakeholders — parents, students, employees and the community. Public Affairs handles marketing, media relations, social media, websites design and content, printed publications, branding, crisis communications, graphic design, events, presentations, stakeholder relations and strategic communication.
This office handles student discipline, including the appeals process, and oversees the Alternative to Suspension (A2S) and Alternative to Expulsion (A2E) programs.
This department provides instruction and supports for students with special needs, with a strong array of innovative practices and high-quality services focused on preparing all students for life.
This department coordinates service to 124 Cincinnati Public Schools, plus charter and private schools within the 91-square-mile CPS district: 350 yellow school buses cover 1,275 routes daily, carrying approximately 12,000 elementary students, and Metro buses (public transportation on special routes) carry 11,550 high school students daily.
The Treasurer is responsible for all accounting, payroll and financial reporting requirements; preparation of the annual budget; and the publication of an annual report. The Treasurer also serves as Secretary to the Board of Education.
- Internal Auditor
- HR/Payroll Transition
- Superintendent's Recommendations and Treasurer's Report (for approval by Board of Education at Board's regular meetings)