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Working With A Mission

Our district strives to make sure every child in each of our schools is known and that learning is founded in joy and purpose. We place an emphasis on creating a healthy definition of success as we work to engage students in deeper learning. Princeton Public Schools consistently ranks in the top public school districts in the state, and among the best public school districts in the country. With an Ivy League institution as a neighbor and a legacy of learning and innovation permeating our town's history, education is a fundamental value in our community.
We know the success of our staff is critical to the success of our district. That's why we work to ensure that every staff member has the resources, support, and professional development opportunities to thrive during their time in our district. We are a community of educators who collaborate and innovate. Whether a first-year teacher or a veteran educator, our staff continue to hone their skills as educators to engage the whole student in learning. The wellbeing of our students is at the forefront of all we do. 
As a district,   is to prepare all our students to lead lives of joy and purpose as knowledgeable, creative, and compassionate citizens of a global society. If you would like to be part of this mission, we invite you to apply for open positions. 

Valuing Diversity

The Princeton Public School District is proud to be a diverse district, with students from many different backgrounds and cultures attending our schools. We know how important it is for students to see educators who look like them in positions of leadership in their classrooms and schools. We also know that the more diversity we have among our educators, the better our schools will be for all students. Our goal is to attract, develop, inspire, and retain a diverse workforce within a supportive environment, and to foster pride in our vision, mission, and values among all employees. 
We invite you to learn more about our commitment to educational equity and the work we are doing to be leaders in developing cultural and racial literacy among our staff and students.

Employment Opportunities

Are you passionate about education? Do you use innovative approaches to teaching that spark students' curiosity and engage your classes in deeper levels of learning? Is equity integral to your work? We want you on our team!

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Princeton Public Schools ensures all persons have equal and bias free access to all categories of employment and equal pay for equal work in the district without regard to the candidate's race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic status, or disability, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:7-1.1. The school district’s employment applications and pre-employment inquiries conform to the guidelines of the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights.
Substitute Teachers and Nurses
We are regularly looking for individuals who have a passion for education and a desire to enrich students' lives to join us as substitute teachers and nurses. 
  • Minimum of 30 undergraduate credits from an accredited United States college
  • Able to pass a New Jersey Public School criminal history check 
Substitute Pay Rates Effective 10/1/2023:
$110/per day for substitute teachers with 30 college credits or more
$115/per day for substitute teachers with a 4-year college degree 
$120/per day for substitute teachers holding a NJ Teaching Certificate
$120/per day for assigned building substitutes
$225/per day for substitute nurses
New Jersey State law requires that any employee hired after 9/1/11 reside in the State of New Jersey or become a resident of the State of New Jersey within one year of the employment date. I understand that if I am offered a position with the Princeton Public School District, I will move to the State of New Jersey within 1 year of my employment date. 



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Lucy Del Buono, Senior Manager of Human Resources
609.806.4207 ext. 5
Joy Salmons, Manager of Human Resources
609.806.4207 ext. 4
Alice Hove, Human Resources Generalist
609.806.4207 ext. 3
Corey Laramore, Coordinator of Student Health and Safety
Rebecca Gold, Interim Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, Public Information and Community Relations
609.806.4207 ext. 6