Thank you for your interest in becoming a Substitute Teacher for Shelby County Public Schools. Shelby County requires the best qualified substitute to serve our students. Continuing the learning process is supported by the placement of substitute employees during the absence of the regular classroom teacher.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BE A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER?
A person holding a current Kentucky teaching certificate OR you must have either:
(a) a bachelor's degree; or
(b) sixty-four (64) to ninety-five (95) semester hours of college credit
in order to qualify for an Emergency Certified Teaching Certificate, issued through the Educational Professional Standards Board.
HOW TO BECOME A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER?
Please search for the substitute teacher job posting on the Shelby County Public School Website.
Substitute teacher applications are accepted throughout the school year.
Once your application has been reviewed and approved, you will be notified to attend a Substitute Teacher Orientation. After completing the required employment paperwork, your name will be placed on the substitute calling list.
Substitutes work on an on-call, as needed basis, with reasonable assurance to work during the current school year.
WHAT IS THE SALARY FOR A SUBSTITUTE TEACHER?