Local school districts need more substitute teachers, and the Regional Office of Education will be hosting a meeting for those interested in becoming a substitute teacher.
Central A&M School District Superintendent Dr. DeAnn Heck says her district has been fortunate to not need many subs so far this school year. But, she says quality substitute teachers are more than just “babysitters.”
Pana School District Superintendent Jason Bauer says the best way to educate kids is to have as few interruptions as possible, and substitute teachers can prevent those interruptions.
The meeting for those interested in being substitute teachers will be held next Tuesday, December 12 from 5 to 6 p.m. at Lincoln Land Community College’s Taylorville campus in room 1207.