Reserve Teacher

Temporary Contract Funded  through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act


  • State teaching certification or four year degree is preferred.
  • Previous classroom experience required.
  • References addressing job performance and professional conduct.








To provide classroom environment that is conducive to learning in absence of a teacher.





·         Assume a demanding and critical role in the education of children/youth at the school site assigned.

·         Willing and flexible to fill in for various assignments and perform other related duties as directed each day.

·         Responsible for organizing classroom needs of students in the most beneficial/practical ways and maintain the lesson plan of the regular teacher.

·         Attend staff meetings and professional development days.

·         Pass OSBI and Accufax background checks.

·         Ensure the safety and supervision of students at all times, including awareness of emergency procedures.

·         Consult with the building principal or designee before initiating any teaching or other procedures not specified in the educator’s lesson plan.

·         Meet mental and physical requirements.

  • To ensure continuity of services, remote work may be necessary in the event of a health crisis or disruptive situation that requires the closing of school and/or office buildings. An employee’s eligibility for remote work will be determined by the superintendent of schools. Expectations and guidelines for remote work will be distributed by the employee’s supervisor, based on his/her role and responsibilities.










Temporary Contract 135, 145, or 182 day contract.  Salary to be established by the Board of Education.





Performance of this job will be evaluated annually in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy.