Each substitute is required to complete a “Report Form” and leave it with the secretary at the end of each assignment.
The regular employee and a building administrator will complete an “Evaluation Form” after each assignment. A copy of this evaluation will be sent to the Substitute Services Office and kept in the substitute’s personnel file. After several positive evaluations, substitutes will receive a letter from the Substitute Services office. Greg Gilliam, Human Resources Supervisor, will contact you in the event that an evaluation requires a discussion.
- Substitute Teacher Evaluation Form
- Substitute Nurse Evaluation Form
- Substitute Secretary Evaluation Form
- Suggested Contents of Your SubPack (provided by Substitute Teaching Institute - Utah State) (PDF)
The district utilizes an automated calling system called Aesop. Each day new assignments are entered into Aesop. The substitute can log into Aesop to check for assignments.
Substitute Teaching Division
Independence School District has a strong connection with the Substitute Teaching Division "STEDI" licensed by Utah State University - Substitute Teaching Institute. You are welcomed and encouraged to contact them at the STEDI website. Here you will find links to educational resources, as well as other valuable materials targeted specifically at your professional needs.
Phone: (816) 521-5599 ext. 10030
Email us at email@example.com
Our office is located at 201 N. Forest Avenue, Independence, MO 64050
The Independence School District hires substitute teachers, substitute nurses, substitute secretaries, and substitutes for Early Childhood Education throughout the school year.
Substitute Teachers must have at least 60 college hours from an accredited college or university.
Substitute nurses must be currently licensed to practice as a BSN, RN or LPN/LVN in Missouri and have current CPR certification.
Substitute Secretaries must have a high school diploma or its equivalency, and secretarial/clerical training and/or experience is preferred.
Substitute Early Childhood workers must have a high school diploma or its equivalency, with training and/or experience in working with young children preferred.
Step 1 – Complete the online application.
Step 2 – Upon successful review of your application, the Substitute Services Office will contact you with additional information and date/time for your interview and orientation.
Step 3 – Substitutes will come to our office for fingerprinting, employment paperwork, and interview.
Step 4 – After successful orientation and cleared background checks (FBI fingerprints, criminal record, child abuse, and neglect) are received from the state, you will be contacted to begin work.