Community Consolidated School District 15 is looking for Substitute Teachers!
Benefits of Substitute Teaching:
- It is an opportunity to give back to the community by working with CCSD15 students.
- Create your own work schedule—substitute teachers may choose the days that they want to work and the days that they don’t want to work.
- Choose the grade levels and schools that you enjoy—substitute teachers may choose subbing assignments at the schools and grade level/content areas that they enjoy.
- Enjoy an academic calendar work schedule—with summers, winter break, and spring break off.
- An opportunity to earn extra income—$55 half days and $110 full days.
How to become a substitute teacher with CCSD15:
1. Must be licensed:
In order to substitute teach in CCSD15, potential substitutes must be licensed by the Illinois State Board of Education. There are two ways to obtain a license:
(Traditional) Substitute License—Must hold a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
Short-Term Substitute License—Must hold an Associate's degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution of higher education or show completion of 60 semester hours of college coursework.
2. Complete sub training:
- Register in advance for the training
- Visit www.ccsd15.net/SubTraining for more information
- Complete the full-day training session
- Complete a background check (bring a valid government issued photo ID)
Requirements & Information for the (traditional) sub license:
- Must hold a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
- This license is valid for substitute teaching in all grades of public schools, pre-k through grade 12.
- Traditional sub licenses are valid for 5 years, and may be renewed with the payment of registration fees.
- A training program developed by the district must be completed prior to teaching in CCSD15.
Requirements & Information for the short-term sub license:
- Must hold an Associate’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution of higher education or show completion of 60 semester hours of college coursework.
- Short-term sub licenses are valid until June 30, 2023.
- On this license, you cannot teach more than five consecutive days per licensed teacher.
- A training program developed by the district must be completed prior to teaching on the license. (A certificate of completion will be issued after the training.)
- There will be a $25 application fee for the short-term sub license from ISBE.
- This license will be valid for substitute teaching in all grades of public schools, pre-k through grade 12.