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REQUIREMENTS HAVE CHANGED FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHING

Governor Snyder signed a new law this summer which allows school districts to employ a substitute teacher without a teaching certificate if the individual has at least 60 semester hours or an associate degree from an accredited college, university, or community college.

Previously, substitute teachers were required to hold 90 credit hours. Those interested in applying to become a substitute teacher will need to do so by attending an EDUStaff Applicant meeting.

EDUStaff Applicant Meeting Schedule copy

Substitute Teaching Applicant Meeting Dates and Times

It is essential to have quality substitute teachers who can work well with students and keep them learning when teachers are out sick, on personal days, or attending important professional development.  Please apply!

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