2018-2019 Substitute

Coppell Independent School District Coppell, TX
IF YOU JUST RESIGNED FROM COPPELL ISD IN THE 17/18 SCHOOL YEAR AND WISH TO SUB IN THE 18/19 SCHOOL YEAR, PLEASE EMAIL KPHILLIPS@COPPELLISD.COM. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COMPLETE AN APPLICATION.

NEW APPLICANTS PLEASE READ BELOW BEFORE APPLYING

You will need to complete a criminial history form as part of the hiring process. Please visit the link below to read the substitute requirements. If you are still interested, please complete the criminal history form on that page then apply for the job.

https://www.coppellisd.com/Page/8288

Thank you for your interest in becoming a substitute for CISD. Your application will remain active for the 2018-2019 school year and will be included in our substitute applicant pool. The Coppell ISD Substitute Specialist will contact you if your application is chosen with an invitation to complete a on-line orientation. Making an application is not a guarantee that you will receive an invitation. Applications are processed according to the needs of the district. If you were a active sub last year, you do not need to complete a application.

* Due to the volume of applications, we are unable to respond to inquiries regarding your application status.*

(CISD is an equal opportunity employer)

Requirements:

1. You must complete an online application.

2. You must pass a criminal background check (Please visit the substitute page on our website for link).

3. You must be a high school graduate.

4. You must be at least 18 years of age. (Some restrictions apply to assignments given to substitutes under the age of 21.)

5. You must complete a mandatory Substitute Orientation.

6. You must be fingerprinted in the DPS Fact Clearinghouse.

RESPONSIBILITIES

ARRIVAL ON CAMPUS:

* Report to the campus office.

* Sign in on daily log provided at each campus.

* Collect room keys and class schedule.

* Check teacher's mailbox.

* Ask to see a copy of the campus discipline plan,

if one is not provided to you.

* Ask if there is anything out of the ordinary

happening on campus that day (i.e., different bell

schedule, assembly, programs, etc.).

* Check to see if teacher has extra-duty assignments.

* Acquaint yourself with fire and safety-drill

regulations and assigned exits.

ARRIVAL IN CLASSROOM:

* Introduce yourself to team teachers and others in

your area.

* Secure class rolls or teacher's grade book.

* Check classroom and/or work area for lesson plans.

* If lesson plans are NOT furnished, ask the

principal, or team leader.

CLASSROOM TIME:

* Closely follow the schedule of the regular teacher.

The class time should not vary unless a specific

directive by the building principal is issued. If

you are unsure of the schedule, ask the principal

or other teachers in the building.

* Follow the teacher's lesson plans as closely as

possible.

* Circulate and supervise.

* Paperwork should be dealt with during your

conference period if possible. Organize and grade

all assigned work.

* Under NO circumstances should students be placed in

an unsupervised situation. The substitute is to

remain with his/her classes during all designated

class times, during group travel in the hallway,

all assemblies, etc.

* Substitutes are responsible for directing their

classes to lunch, electives, PE, recess, etc.

Travel in the hallways is expected to occur in a

quiet and orderly manner.

* Supervision of halls and corridors is a

responsibility of all teachers, especially when

students are coming into the building, leaving the

building at bell times, or passing between class

periods.

* Report any accidents to the principal or school

nurse immediately.

* Corporal punishment is NEVER to be administered.

* Maintain good order and create conditions conducive

to learning. The regular classroom teacher is

ethically responsible for school property as well

as the welfare of the children, and no less is

expected of the substitute teacher.

* Any outsider who comes to the classroom for

information about a child or who comes to the

classroom asking that a child be released from

school must be directed to the principal's

office. No student should be released from the

classroom without an official notice from the

school office.

* Substitute teachers are expected to keep

confidential any information about the school

(pupils, teachers, parents, and principals) which

might be gained while substituting. Concern growing

out of the substitute teaching experience should be

addressed through the proper administrative

channels.

END OF DAY:

* Leave a brief summary of the work completed, or not completed, as well as other information that would be helpful to the classroom teacher (e. g., lessons covered, student behavior, etc.).

* Have students help return materials and/or equipment to the proper place.

* Sign out in the campus office.