Substitute Teachers perform the duties of the absent classroom teacher, including, but not limited to, instruction and classroom management.
Complete classroom teaching duties related to instruction, student supervision, safety, classroom management, record keeping and other duties as assigned.
Applicants must hold one of the following:
Valid Kansas teaching license or out-of-state teaching license and able to obtain Kansas license or Kansas Emergency Substitute . Teacher License. Applicants with at least 60 recent college credit hours or a baccalaureate degree may apply for an "Emergency Substutute Teacher License" through the Kansas State Department of Education*.
*For more information on obtaining Emergency Substitute License please go to: https://goo.gl/P31o8C
Working Conditions: Elementary or Secondary Classrooms and/or other appropriate instructional settings