Human Resources

Job Opportunities


In support of Bloom Township High School District 206’s mission and vision, it is the mission of the Human Resources Department to support the total operation of the school district in meeting its goals through its most valuable resource – its PEOPLE. It is our goal to provide the necessary human resources and organizational culture to support the District’s mission to provide the best education possible for each and every student.


We are dedicated to:

  • Attracting, developing, and retaining the best qualified employees
  • Facilitating change and the pursuit of excellence in all employee related programs and processes
  • Advocating a culture of professionalism and respect for all employees to ensure a highly engaged workforce
  • Taking accountability for human resources operational and administrative excellence


Core Values

  • Customer Service:  We provide high quality service to each other, our employees and other stakeholders
  • Commitment:  We foster a culture of responsiveness, accountability, and professionalism
  • IntegrityWe behave ethically, honestly and respectfully towards our employees and other stakeholders

Be a Part of the Bloom Township Family

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Human Resources

Contact Information

Dr. Latunja O. Williams
Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
[email protected]
Josephine Martinez
Administrative Assistant
to the Director of Human Resources
jmar[email protected]

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COVID-19 Resources


Statement from the Department of Human Resources:

Important Covid-19 Information from Illinois Department of Public Health

Revised Public Health Guidance for Schools:  Transition March 2021



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The trauma of the present COVID-19 pandemic has hit teachers and educators hard and is further compounded with school closures happening across the country and the world along with combinations of in person, hybrid and remote learning. Now, more than ever, the focus to provide additional resources for teachers – and to expand those resources to include students, parents, and families for widespread adoption – is essential.

The COVID-19: Resilient Educator Toolkit equips teachers with actionable strategies and advice to use immediately for themselves and in working with and supporting children, parents, and families during these difficult times. Amidst chaos and through adversity, these rich teacher wellness and self-care resources can support and nurture teachers to become more resilient together.

If you log into the portal (username: mega password: perspectives), you will come to this home page. Click on the COVID-19 Resource Center “tile” as indicated below.