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Next steps for MPS staff vaccine mandate are outlined

Dr Posley getting Covid ShotIn September, the Milwaukee Board of School Directors approved a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all staff. MPS has now outlined procedures to submit proof of vaccination and accommodation requests.

Employees should access Employee Self-Service by navigating to the MPS homepage at, clicking “Staff” on the blue bar at the top of the page, then selecting “Self Service.” Step-by-step instructions to submit proof of vaccination or request an accommodation, along with Frequently Asked Questions, can be found on the vaccination information webpage.

When requesting a medical/disability or religious accommodation, an employee must complete and submit the medical/disability accommodation request form or the religious accommodation request form through Employee Self-Service. Exempt individuals will be required to take part in COVID-19 testing twice per week. New employees will be required to submit proof of full vaccination upon hire or be approved for a religious or medical accommodation.

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination must be provided and accommodation requests must be approved by November 1, 2021. Any questions regarding the proof of vaccination process can be sent to Questions regarding the accommodation process can be sent to

Employees are encouraged to submit proof of vaccination or accommodation requests as soon as possible to ensure processing by November 1, 2021. For more information, visit the Staff COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate FAQ on the Employee Relations web page on mConnect at

We appreciate all our employees doing their part to ensure our buildings are safe environments for students and staff!


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