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Posted on: September 21, 2020

Another way to become a substitute teacher

Wanted substitute teachers

Are you interested in serving as a substitute teacher in the Ray-Pec School District? It’s a great way to earn extra income, while maintaining flexibility in your schedule, and helping the school district.

You can now become certified as a substitute by completing a 20-hour online course at a cost of about $200. Previously, individuals had to have 60 hours of college credit to begin the process.

Here are the steps:

  1. To become a sub for Ray-Pec, you must obtain certification from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Complete an online substitute certificate application. For assistance, follow instructions in the Educator Certification System Help Guide. You will create a profile and complete an application. A $50 fee is required.
  2. Submit required supporting documentation to DESE. This includes transcripts showing college credit or certificate of completion from approved substitute training and diploma (or equivalent).
  3. Fingerprint/background check.

The 20-hour online substitute teacher training course includes professionalism, honoring diversity, engaging students, classroom management techniques, basic instructional strategies, supporting students with special needs, and working with at-risk youth. Take the online training here:  Frontline Education

The cost of the application, online training, and background check will require a total investment of about $300. Substitute teachers are paid $14 per hour. Long-term substitutes are paid at a higher rate. Subs have flexibility in accepting assignments at particular schools or on particular days. Read more: Substitute Teacher Information

For more details, check out the Ray-Pec website: Substitute Teachers

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