Kane County schools are looking for motivated substitute teachers.
“This can be a rewarding experience for those who want to teach and have a flexible schedule,” said Regional Superintendent Patricia Del Santo
- Email the ROE to learn more about the necessary requirements for substitute teaching.
Assistant Regional School Superintendent Deanna Oliver says the need to fill spots is real, and the opportunity for job-seekers is terrific.
“We are asking that you please apply to be a substitute through teachinkane.org,” Oliver said.
The requirements to serve as a substitute teacher are a Professional Educators License or a Substitute License. To qualify for a Substitute Teacher License, the minimal requirements are a bachelor’s degree in any content area from a regionally accredited college, successful completion of a basic skills assessment test (five-year grace period), background check and specifications required by the individual district.
If you have questions concerning licensure or applying for jobs as a substitute teacher, Kane County Regional Office of Education is available by phone at 630-232-5955.
About the Kane County Regional Office of Education
Led by Regional Superintendent of Schools Patricia Dal Santo, The Kane County ROE is located in Geneva and serves nine school districts. From teacher licensure assistance to professional development, the ROE’s mission is to advocate for education, provide leadership and perform regulatory functions. Learn more about the ROE’s offerings on Facebook, Twitter and by signing up for the semimonthly newsletter.