Natick Public Schools Human Resources

Welcome to the Human Resources website of the Natick Public Schools!


The Natick Public Schools educate approximately 5,300 students from Pre-K through age 22. We are an innovative, supportive, and high-performing district whose outstanding staff provides high quality services for our diverse students and their families from Natick and Boston. Natick Public Schools is a community dedicated to all students achieving high standards in a safe, trusting, respectful environment where learning is exciting, dynamic, and engaging, and where connectedness and belonging are valued and actively cultivated. We are home to families that speak almost 60 different languages and our student population is approximately 29% Students of Color and 73% White students. With a graduation rate of 97% and 90% of our students attending post-secondary schools, we are proud of our commitment to excellence in educating students to be informed and successful citizens of a global world. 


We enthusiastically welcome educators to our district who seek and thrive in a diverse environment that focuses on the whole child in a strengths-based approach. Please partner with us in our mission to support the diversity of our school community, promote and deliver equitable practices for all of our staff, students, and families, and create meaningful connections that enable everyone to feel included and thrive.

We believe that our students deserve to learn from educators who reflect their backgrounds and life experiences, and we want our staff to reflect the wide range of student identities we seek to serve. We believe that by building a more representative workforce, our students will have better outcomes and be more prepared for an increasingly diverse world. To this end, our District is committed to increasing the diversity of our certified educators, staff and leaders and encourage applications from BIPOC, LGBTQ+, veterans, candidates with disabilities and individuals with diverse life experiences and non-traditional backgrounds, who are allies in our diversity, equity, and inclusion work.

Federal and State Legislation Addressing Discrimination in Educational Institutions

You will find links to the contacts for each of the following statutes below.

Title I:  Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990Title II

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990Title VI

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964Title IX

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972

MGL, Ch.76, Section 5:  Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 76, Section 5