We’re hiring, flexible positions available!
We need you! Currently, our district is experiencing a severe shortage of substitute teachers, paraprofessionals and other important positions. For a variety of reasons, we’re facing staffing challenges, so we are reaching out to our community for help.
These openings must be filled as soon as possible. If you, or someone you know, is interested in any of these flexible positions, please apply now. To be a substitute teacher earning $95 per day, you must have at least a bachelor's degree. Paraprofessional positions require a high school diploma. In addition, we are seeking bus drivers, custodians, food services workers and many other positions.
For all positions, we will provide the training you need. Please consider joining us for a rewarding job that will help our community’s children.
2021-2022 School Year and COVID-19 Information
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On Sept. 13, the Board of Directors approved the filling of three State High administrative positions. Brett Wilson shifted from being an assistant principal to the associate principal role, and teachers Jackie Saylor and Danielle Ambrosia are now assistant principals.
Park Forest Elementary’s Vivian Petrich has proved that, in the right hands, writing an award-winning children’s book can be child’s play. Her book, A Salt Shaker Named Pepper, topped the field in the WQED-sponsored PBS KIDS Writers Contest’s second-grade category.
On Aug. 24, the district welcomed nearly 7,000 students at 11 schools to kick off the year with smiles and high expectations. Recognizing that some students, after a year of learning altered by the pandemic, will need extra assistance, we added academic and social-emotional resources.
Parent Ann Tarantino, aided by the student body’s creativity, transformed the expanse of the Corl Street Elementary playground blacktop into a striking abstract mural. Made with 60 gallons of paint, her work marks a successful year-long collaboration completed this summer.