Substitutes – Non-professional Positions

Thank you for your interest in substituting within the District.  We accept substitutes for the following positions: Clerical, Teacher Aides, Food Service (Cafeteria) Workers, Custodians, LPNs.

A list of required documents and information is listed below.  The current rate of pay for substituting is $8.00 per hour for clerical, aides, food service, custodians; $10.50 per hour for LPNs.  There is no guarantee of hours for substitute positions.  If you are called to work as a substitute, you can expect to work shifts of the following hours:

Clerical – 4 to 7.5 hours – typically between 7:00AM – 3:30PM

Aides – 3 to 6.75 hours – typically between 7:30AM – 3:00PM

Food Service (Cafeteria) Workers – 3 to 4 hours – typically between 8:00AM – 2:00PM

Custodians – 4 to 8 hours – typically 2nd or 3rd shift

LPNs – 3 to 6.5 hours – typically between 8:00AM – 3:00PM

Please visit the Business Office in the Raymond R. Rommelt building between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday to submit your documents and information. Before you can be called or paid as a substitute, you must be Board approved.  Human Resources will submit your name to the School Board for approval after all paperwork is received.

_____     APPLICATION – Please print this application and complete all sections.  LPNs – please submit a resume in lieu of application.

_____     PA STATE POLICE CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK (ACT 34) BACKGROUND CHECK – Please provide a printout of your current Act 34 form, dated within one year of hire date.

_____     CHILD ABUSE HISTORY (ACT 151) BACKGROUND CHECK – Please provide a printout of your current Act 151 form, dated within one year of hire date.

_____     FBI (ACT 114) BACKGROUND CHECK – After completing the application and fingerprinting requirements, please provide the registration ID# to allow us to access the report.  This must be within one year of hire date.

Other information may be required based on position. Human Resources will inform you of any additional required information.

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