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Substitute Teachers

SALARY:

Regular assignment: $185/Day

Special Education assignment: $195/Day 

$190/Day after the 21st day of substituting in the district during the school year.

Long-term assignment: $200/Day after the 20th consecutive day in the same assignment, retroactive to the first date of the long-term assignment.


REQUIREMENTS:

California Teaching Credential, or Substitute Permit with CBEST certificate, on file with the Santa Barbara County Education Office. Completion of TB Clearance and Dept. of Justice Fingerprint Clearance.


APPLICATION:

The Substitute Teacher Application is Available Here.

Please (click here) for the substitute teacher application.

OR

The Application Packet May be Picked Up at:

Hope School District Office
3970 La Colina Road, Ste. 14
Santa Barbara, CA 93110

(805) 682-2564

 


30-Day SUBSTITUTE TEACHER PERMIT APPLICATION:

Please (click here) for the 30-Day Substitute Teacher Permit Application.

 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER HANDBOOK:

Please (click here) to view the handbook for Substitute Teachers.

 

ADA Compliance Errors0

Hope Elementary School District

3970 LA COLINA RD

#14

SANTA BARBARA, CA 93110

(805) 687-7954
COMPLAINTS REGARDING DISCRIMINATION Public agencies, including school districts, may not discriminate against you on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin (including language), political affiliation, disability, marital status, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other applicable bases. This means that these agencies must provide the same aid, benefits and services to all individuals and groups, except as authorized by federal or state law or the Governor's executive order. If you believe that you have been discriminated against, you may take one or all of the following actions: You may talk with the District Superintendent at (805) 682-2564 or in person at 3970 La Colina Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93110. State the basis of the discrimination (for example, age, race, sex), the specific allegation (who, what, when) and the resolution you are seeking. You have 180 days from the date the alleged discrimination occurred to make a complaint or request an investigation. If the Superintendent fails to resolve your complaint to your satisfaction, you may request an investigation. The Board of Trustees will investigate the complaint and inform you of the outcome.
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