Every day in the classroom and on the field is critical to student success. Our substitutes provide important stability, ensuring that valuable learning time isn’t missed.

The best part of being a CCSD substitute? Hear it from our own…

Being part of our team is a great way to start your career with or stay connected to CCSD. We have 3 different types of substitutes: guest teachers, support staff substitutes, and coaches.

Guest Teachers
Guest teachers serve in the absence of the full-time teacher. This is a fantastic pathway into a teaching career or to continue working with students if you were once an educator. The choice is yours – work where and when you want! Substitute teach at any school, pick a level (elementary, middle or high school), or select just one school. All we require is that you work 4 days a month (you choose the days). Beyond that is up to you!

Think about this… by substituting just 4 days, you can earn an extra $360-$440 a month. That could help buy holiday gifts, cover your car payment, or splurge on something for YOU!

We provide guest teachers with initial training including a CCSD orientation, roles/responsibilities of a guest teacher, and classroom management. Guest teaches are invited to attend addition training on a variety of topics such as Classroom Management Part 2, Starting Strong, and Engaging Strategies.

Take a look at the minimum qualifications to be a CCSD guest teacher.

Support Staff Substitute
If you are interested in gaining experience in a field other than teaching, a support staff substitute may be the position for you! Serve in the absence of a regular support staff employee such as an Instructional Assistant, Special Programs Teacher Assistant, Physical Education Aide, and Library Aide.

Take a look at the minimum qualifications to be a support staff substitute.

Coaches
Have a love and talent for coaching students in extracurricular activities? Become a primary or assistant coach for virtually any sport (football, basketball, swimming, etc.), activity (marching band, color guard, etc.), and/or team (dance, cheerleading, etc.). Coaches can be volunteer or paid, but MUST be approved by Human Resources PRIOR to starting at one of our schools.

Take a look at the minimum qualifications to be a coach.