District looks to bolster substitute teacher pool

Uintah School District looks to bolster substitute teacher pool
Posted on 09/21/2021
This is the image for the news article titled Uintah School District looks to bolster substitute teacher poolUintah School District is looking to bolster its pool of substitute teachers.

Currently the district only has about 60 active substitute teachers on its roster, after hiring at least 10 substitutes to fill various part-time and full-time positions this school year. The district would like to have more than 80 substitute teachers on its rolls to accommodate teachers who must miss work due to training, illness, or other reasons.

Those interested in becoming a substitute teacher should apply at https://bit.ly/USD_SubstituteApplication. Prospective substitute teachers must attend the 4-hour Basic Substitute Course offered by UBTECH before they are eligible to substitute teach for Uintah School District. The schedule for the course can be found HERE. To register for the course, go to https://bit.ly/UBTECH_SubstituteCourse.

Starting pay for substitute teachers ranges from $85 per day to $115 per day depending on educational history and transcripts.

For more information about becoming a substitute teacher in the Uintah School District, visit https://bit.ly/USD_SubstituteInformation or contact Kalie Barrett at [email protected] or 435-781-3100, ext. 1008.
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