The Superintendent may employ substitute teachers as necessary to replace teachers who are temporarily absent.
A substitute teacher must hold a valid teaching or substitute certificate. Substitute teachers with a substitute certificate may teach only when an appropriate, fully-certificated teacher is unavailable.
A substitute teacher may teach only for a period not to exceed 90 paid school days or 450 paid school hours in any one school district in any one school term. However, a teacher holding an early childhood, elementary, high school, or special certificate may substitute teach for a period not to exceed 120 paid school days or 600 paid school hours in any one school district in any one school term.
The School Board annually establishes a daily rate of pay for substitute teachers. No fringe benefits are given substitutes.
Adopted: May 4, 1998
Revised: June 20, 2005