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Apply now for substitute teacher slots

Madison City Schools is accepting applications through Nov. 30 for substitute teacher. CONTRIBUTED
Madison City Schools is accepting applications through Nov. 30 for substitute teacher. CONTRIBUTED
MADISON – Madison City Schools (MCS) is now accepting applications for substitute teacher.
School officials have been taking applications since Nov. 1 and will continue until Nov. 30.
These teaching slots can be suitable for parents who have a student enrolled in the MCS district and want to become more involved with the school community. The openings also may attract individuals who have retired from their primary career and to college graduates looking for flexible part-time work.
“From Nov. 1 through Nov. 30, we are accepting applications for anyone not currently substituting with Madison City Schools,” Public Relations Manager John Peck said. “We always have a need for quality substitutes to help our students continue to learn when their teacher has to be away from the classroom.”
To apply for substitute teacher, visit madisoncity.k12.al.us, and click the link for substitute teaching in the “District News” section.
MCS has an established pay scale for substitute workers in specific jobs:
* Teacher — $55 per day.
* Bus driver — $50 per day.
* Lunchroom workers — $7.25 per hour.
* All other substitutes — $7.25 per hour.
If an individual is hired as a substitute teacher, the applicant will receive emails for further instructions. After completing all required paperwork and online forms, the individual will be added to the substitute list.
Each school in the district has a permanent substitute:
* Bob Jones High School — Wanda Neilson
* James Clemens High School — Lauren Maguire
* Discovery Middle School — Tammy Aparo
* Liberty Middle School — Liz Taylor
* Columbia Elementary School — Jeanine Campbell
* Heritage Elementary School –Teresa Boyajian
* Horizon Elementary School — Marshela Hastings
* Madison Elementary School — Judy Carter
* Mill Creek Elementary School — Tonya Hardy
* Rainbow Elementary School — Kiana Anthony
* West Madison Elementary School — Merrill Beaton
A school’s permanent substitute teacher is responsible for scheduling substitutes at their school. The permanent substitute will contact the substitute when the school needs assistance.
Substitutes who apply now and are accepted will be eligible to begin work on Jan. 1, 2017.

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