Clark County schools rely on professional and caring substitute teachers every day. Become a vital part of our education community as a substitute teacher!
If you enjoy working with students, have a passion for education and are looking for flexible employment opportunities to fit your schedule, substitute teaching is perfect for you. Our schools need you in our classrooms!
By completing the substitute teaching process at the Clark County ESC, you will become eligible to substitute at eight Clark County school districts. The Clark County ESC employs substitute teachers and aides for Clark-Shawnee, Greenon, Northeastern, Northwestern, Southeastern, Tecumseh, Springfield-Clark CTC, and the Global Impact STEM Academy. Or you can choose to only substitute in one district - it's up to you!
- School schedule perfect for parents!
- Become part of the school community
- Develop skills in instruction and communication
- Earn $75 to $100 a day (rates vary by school district)
- Choose where you'd like to work
- One process to substitute in multiple districts
Thank you for your interest in Substitute Teaching! All new subs must complete the initial packet to become an eligible substitute.
Click HERE to view the 2020-2021 Substitute Payroll Packet
The Clark County ESC must have a BCI and FBI Background check on file before you begin subbing. If you do not have an updated BCI and FBI background check, you can schedule an appointment to obtain one at the Clark County ESC by calling 937-325-7671.
All substitute teachers are required to have a license. You can obtain your substitute teaching license by creating a SAFE Account on the ODE website.
Click HERE to create your OH ID Portal.
Returning substitutes should update their sub file every year.
Click HERE for the Returning Substitute Packet
If your substitute teaching license is expired, you will need to log into your SAFE account and renew.
Click HERE to log into your SAFE Account.
Online Safety Course for Substitutes
Keeping students and yourself safe in the event of an emergency situation is a critical responsibility of substitute teachers. While these situations rarely occur, it is important to know what to do if a lockdown, or other crisis situation arises.
This short online course will provide you with guidance on what to do in case of emergency. The course provides general practices and ideas, but is not intended to supersede directions given from school administrators or law enforcement. There is a certificate to download after you have successfully completed the course.
If you are interested in taking this course, click here to register. If you have questions, please call Matt Gerberick or Jenny Harral at 937-325-7671.