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Substitute Teacher Information

Thank you for your interest in working for Bryan ISD as a substitute employee!

HOW TO BECOME A SUBSTITUTE IN BRYAN ISD
  1. Complete Full Online Application – Be sure to list supervisory references and their email addresses. (Current/former colleagues, friends and family members are not considered supervisory references).

  2. Complete Fingerprinting Process  If you do not have an existing fingerprinting file, you will be emailed information for obtaining fingerprints from IdentoGO. Once completed/cleared, you will be invited to attend a substitute orientation. Instructions on completing new substitute paperwork will be included in the email.

  3. Attend Orientation  Please bring an official copy of your college transcripts and/or high school diploma/GED along with your completed paperwork, two forms of ID and a voided check for payroll.

  4. Receive Email – You will receive an email (within three working days) from Absence Manager (formerly known as Aesop) with a link and PIN to manage your settings for accepting substitute jobs. 

REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A SUBSTITUTE

  • Paraprofessional Substitute (Clerical/Aide/Teacher Assistant) – Requires a high school diploma or GED. You will need to provide an official copy of your diploma or GED.

  • Professional Substitute – Requires 30+ college hours, 60+ college hours, degree. You will need to provide official transcripts.

  • Permanent Substitute – Requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. You will need to provide official transcripts.

*Click here to view the substitute pay rates.

REQUIREMENTS TO REMAIN ACTIVE AS A SUBSTITUTE

  1. Remain ACTIVE by fulfilling two FULL days (or an accumulated equivalent of two full days) as a substitute for any campus or department per month. “Non-Working Days” can be marked in Absence Manager (Aesop) to indicate days you are unable to work.

  2. Complete required modules training and Letter of Reasonable Assurance (LORA) annually.

  3. Remain in favorable standing with campuses. Be on time, report as scheduled, and be professional.

  4. Failure to meet any of these requirements can result in deactivation as a substitute/tutor. Once inactivated, you must reapply and complete new reactivation paperwork with approval of the Bryan ISD Human Resources Department.