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Employee and Labor Relations

14201 School Lane
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772

The Employee and Labor Relations Office (ELRO) works cooperatively with all departments within the school system to address employee performance and conduct concerns in such a manner as to maximize student achievement. ELRO is also responsible for the facilitation of effective and efficient operations through the maintenance of positive relations with the labor organizations representing school system employees. ELRO provides assistance, training and support to employee groups on various topics such as contract interpretation, progressive discipline and administrative procedures. ELRO also conducts thorough and timely investigations of employee matters.

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Contact Information

Jeffrey Carpenter Jr., Ed.S., NCSP, pHCLE, SHRM-SCP

Employment History - Child Sex Abuse & Misconduct Forms

Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), Employee and Labor Relations Office (ELRO) processes all requests from former employees to complete Child Sexual Abuse and Misconduct employment history forms as required by various states.

For tracking purposes and to ensure that your request is received, all forms should be emailed to  If you have any questions or would like to check on the status of your request, please call the Employee Labor Relations Office at 301-952-6385.   Requests are processed in the order received.


Records Request Guide

Type of Request

Office Responsible

Employee Personnel File

Personnel Actions
Verification of Employment
Hiring Information

Human Resources Operations & Staffing (HROS) - Employee Records and Verification
Penny Hood, Senior Partner

ELRO Investigative/Disciplinary Files (MPIA Request)

Office of General Counsel (OGC)

Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) Requests

The Maryland Public Information Act (Md. Code, Gen. Prov. Art. section 4-101 et seq.) grants the public a broad right of access to inspect or copy public documents, subject to certain exceptions. 

Office of General Counsel (OGC)


Self-Reporting Arrests, Criminal Charges, CPS Investigation and Finding, or Incarceration

Any person employed by PGCPS in any capacity (including, but not limited to full- or part-time, probationary or non-probationary, employed in a temporary or seasonal capacity, or substitute teachers) shall report an arrest, criminal charges, CPS Investigation and finding, or incarceration for certain offenses, as well as the disposition of any ensuing criminal proceeding. See form for additional details.

Self Reporting Form

Negotiated Agreements, Salaries & Resources

Previous Pay Tables