Patricia from La Pine, OR
Check with the school district in your area. Most schools cover clerical as well as teaching positions. I was on the sub list for a public school district for several years. I worked in offices, libraries and as a TA in Pre K and PE. I got called every day. The beauty is you are not required to go every day and you don't have to worry about sick or personal days. Go when it's convenient for you. Another thing to consider is that as a sub you can shop for the best campuses for the time when you might want to go "regular". As a regular employee most districts pro rate your salary so you have money coming in all summer. You have some valuable skills that I don't have and I worked as much as I wanted to. I now sub for a small Episcopal school. (11/05/2007)
Lynda, where do I go for the ONLINESURVEY job? (11/06/2007)
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Good luck on your search!
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