Registration is now open for the August 3rd substitute conference at Moore Middle School. Check your LPS email for more information about the conference and how to register.
Learn the latest and greatest of how to support student learning in your substitute placement today: LPS Student Supports
January 5, 2018 Winter Conference attendees: Jane Aalborg, Nicholas Andersen, Stephanie Anderson, Janice Beard, Karen Beek, Gloria Best, Madalyn Blow, Mary Jean Blumenstock, Neal Brickner Jr, Bruce Bullerdiek, Dan Champoux, Larry Costello, Alex Czeranko, Laura Dekalb, Dirk Desmond, Sally Dunham, Nancy Dyas, Luis Fajardo Linares, Brenda Frank-Collins, Bobbi French, Jodi Fuson, Vera Guittar, Kate Halbrook, Mary Hamilton, John Heineman, Delwin Hodgin, Lane Hoskins, Ashley Johnson, Sally Jones, Jan Kaiser, Cheryl Krueger, Bliss Kuntz, Sydney Lardy, Kirk Lewis, Bev Loseke, Sherrie Manning, Terri Marti, Tyler Mathers, Steven Menke, Diane Merrill, Regina Meyer, Kevin Miller, Elizabeth Miyashiro, Kira Morgan, Samuel Nelson, Victor Pearson, Marty Peregoy, Michelle Perez, Jennifer Reinboth, Judy Rung, Barbara Rush, Chanel Smriga, Connie Stauffer, Christopher Traynor, Eva Van Egmond, Sandra Vrooman, Beth Wagoner, Eric Williams, Randy Wilmes, Nathan Wold, Gina Zabloudil
Substitute Teachers in Connected Classrooms
The job of a substitute teacher presents a variety of challenges and it is equally challenging to make sure the substitute has the resources necessary to conduct class. Now all students 2-12 have Chromebooks and every week we get closer to having ALL classrooms filled out with Connected Classroom equipment. Getting and keeping subs up to speed on how to efficiently use the technology is important. Computing Services is working with Human Resources to increase the information to subs about this part of their role and has developed this web resource. Subs are also welcome to attend any workshop offered by Computing Services in the catalog. [Note: workshops held in the labs at LPSDO enable a computer for substitute use.]
Substitutes are to read and be familiar with the Substitute Teacher Handbook - Guide to Successful Substitute Teaching. Be sure to review the Safety and Security section which includes information about standard response protocols, infection control, and food allergies and the Working with Students section with information on Reporting Child Abuse and Harassment policies. There is valuable information for substitute teachers throughout the entire handbook.
Substitutes are also responsible for knowing the information in the Hourly Employee Handbook. Substitute teachers are highly encouraged to review both handbooks annually. Links to both the Substitute Teacher Handbook and the Hourly Employee Handbook are found below.
Thank you Substitute Teachers for another strong kick-off to the 2017-2018 season! Your participation at the conference is important to us, and we value your interest and desire to participate in the LPS learning community. The photos by the Communication Department clearly show teacher engagement at its best. Human Resources would like to personally thank all that attended the conference, including our substitute paraprofessionals.
Committed to you,
Nikki, Bess and Rhonda
Included here are links to the Information Center for Employees (ICE), Docushare, Staff Directory, Web Mail, Web Calendar and more.
The Human Resources Department would like to share information with you via our Sub Ways Newsletter. In the newsletter are important dates to remember as well as helpful tips and strategies for substitute teachers.
With the LPS CLASS Plan’s full implementation, there is now a standard suite of classroom devices in daily use across the District. Technology as a tool used in teaching and learning is no longer a “sometimes” thing. It is an “every day” thing in LPS. These changes place new expectations on the substitute teachers who keep things running smoothly while our classroom teachers are away. Following is a link to a page that contains helpful resources for substitute teachers who are getting started using some of the most commonly used tech tools across LPS.
To apply or view the current list of employment opportunities, click here to enter the Lincoln Public Schools Recruitment System. Carefully review the two substitute teacher application requirements to select the position you are eligible for (do not apply for both). Applying for the wrong position can delay the hiring process.
In order to prevent processing delays of your application, when completing a substitute teacher application, please be sure to include email addresses for a minimum of three professional teaching references and upload your unofficial transcripts and teaching certificate. Original official transcripts and teaching certificate will be required for Human Resources at the time of hire.
You will also be asked to complete a Gallup online interview called the Teacher Insight Survey. After you submit your application, you will find a link for the Gallup interview located under the Application Status tab of your account.
Only complete applications will be processed and can take up to 4-6 weeks to finalize. Incomplete applications will be reviewed every two weeks and will be closed if still incomplete. Applicants will be notified via email when they are ready for hire.
Local substitute teachers are those who hold a bachelor degree or higher in something other than education or are teacher education students of senior standing preparing to student teach.
After applying for the Local Substitute Teacher position, applicants must attend a mandatory orientation before being considered for employment. Orientations will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the LPS district office on the following dates:
To register: AFTER you have submitted the LPS Local Substitute Teacher application, email the orientation date you would like to attend to Kren Shellhase at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Orientation Registration" in the subject line. Kren will confirm your registration via email.