Must be 21 years old.
A substitute teacher is expected to provide planned instruction to students as outlined by a licensed teacher or administrator. A wide variety of tasks are performed to ensure a quality teaching and learning environment for all students. A substitute teacher must be very flexible and have strong skills in using superior judgment when making decision. He/she must have superior verbal and written communication skills. The school principal and/or his/her designee will monitor the work performed by the substitute teacher. Teachers will provide feedback to administration on the work performed by a substitute teacher when a class is covered.
Examples of Work
• Provides group and individualized instructions as prescribed using a variety of instructional activities
• Monitors student interaction while keeping students on task
• Provides positive feedback and reinforces student achievement
• Maintains classroom arrangement and ensures that all materials and equipment in classroom are used appropriately
• Completes all necessary records accurately such as attendance, grades, inventories, etc.
• Monitors student behavior while encouraging appropriate social skills and respect for others
• Addresses and reconciles minor student conflicts and requests assistance from administration when support is needed in this area
• Provides teacher with records summarizing the day such as issues that needed to be addressed with students, messages left for teacher, and work performance associated with each class meeting the expectation of being very accurate
• Seeks documentation in teachers plans addressing any special needs of students such as medical, modifications, schedule changes, etc.
• Follows established classroom and school procedures as well as district polices and laws
• Employee must demonstrate the ability to maintain confidentiality of student information
• Additional expectations will be communicated at each school location based on grade levels, curriculum offerings, etc. Please submit the following to Human Resources at 320 Camden Rd Wadesboro NC 28170 to complete your application: 3 letters of reference Principal Recommendation (Principals have this form) Job Category: Instructional Support > Substitute
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"Anson County Anson County, once the largest county in the state with a border on the Mississippi River, was carved from Bladen County in 1750. It was named for Lord George Anson, a British admiral. The first courthouse was built on the bank of the Pee Dee River at Mount Pleasant. Anson is a largely rural area with 536 square miles and a population of 25,275 (2000 Census). Located in the south central region of North Carolina, the county is bordered by Richmond, Stanly and Union counties, and Chesterfield County, S.C. The county seat is Wadesboro. Anson enjoys a mild climate, with an annual average temperature of 76 degrees Fahrenheit. January is the coldest month, with an average temperature of 42.5 degrees. July is the hottest, with an average temperature of 78.9 degrees. The annual average rainfall is 41.52 inches. Centrally located, Anson is approximately one hour from Charlotte (50 miles), two hours and 10 minutes from Raleigh (115 miles) and two hours from Greensboro (100 miles). For further information about Anson County, please feel free to visit Anson County Chamber of Commerce website at http://www.ansoncounty.org/ Learn more about us... Equal Opportunity Employer
Anson County Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, disability, or national origin. Contact Information
- Pam Gathings, HR
- 320 Camden Road
- Wadesboro , North Carolina 28170
- Phone: 704-694-4417
- Fax: 704-694-7479
- Email: click here