Calling for SCASD Substitute Teachers and Paras!
We need you! Currently, our district is experiencing a severe shortage of substitute teachers and paraprofessionals. 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, 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, and depending on their role, start at $11.50 per hour and go up from there.
In addition, we are seeking substitute bus drivers, custodians, nurses, and food services workers.
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.
To learn more or apply, please visit our job listing website.
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Andrés Aradillas-Fernández composed 20 fairy tales in German for his self-published collection translated as “Talking Mountains.” Available through Amazon, his work was inspired by an Advanced German 4 class project.
Dr. Ben Mordan, the new CTC director, takes over a popular program that intends to keep rising. This year, 1,331 students in grades 9-12 are enrolled in a CTC or technology education class, representing 56 percent of the State High population.
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the newly renovated Memorial Field. Beginning in 2013, the State College Area School District started a renovation project for Memorial Field, the district’s main outdoor athletic facility and a historic landmark.
Food Services staff distributed 3,137 bags of food to 1,500 families. That‘s 31,270 meals for the children in our community. Since March of 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of schools, they have distributed 315,384 meals.
After months of preparation, SCASD and Schlow are launching the All Ready Access Program, an initiative spurred by the pandemic and aimed at increasing digital equity. Under the program, all of the district’s nearly 7,000 students will have a district-sponsored library card and online account.