Substitute Services

Do you enjoy working with students in a learning environment?

Do you want a flexible work schedule without holiday or weekend work hours?

We would love to have you be a part of Northshore and take an active role in the education of our student by becoming a substitute!

Even if you're wishing to obtain permanent placement, we highly recommend that you consider applying for substitute employment (classified or certificated). Substitutes within our district have the exclusive chance to become better familiarized with our district and the uniqueness of each school location as well as various employment opportunities. Frequently, our substitutes are hired for permanent positions because staff, principals and supervisors have seen their skills and abilities in-person during substitute assignments. You can view and apply for both permanent and substitute positions at the same time through our online application process.

Apply to be come a certificated substitute (WA State Teaching Certificate required) or a classified substitute (paraeducators, school assistants, office personnel, nurses, etc) now!

Already hired as a substitute with our district? Visit the Current Substitutes page for helpful resources including a copy of the Substitute Handbook you received at orientation.

Substitute Pay Rates 2020-21

Reporting Absences

For absence reporting, Northshore School District uses Frontline Education (formerly Aesop). Frontline can be accessed both via the web and the phone.

For more information about reporting absences and absence reason codes, visit the Absences Reporting page.

Phone

Report Absences by Phone

1-800-942-3767

Computer

Report Absences Online

Frontline Website

Contact Us

Substitute Office Coordinator
Angela Reed

Phone
425-408-7619

Email 
suboffice@nsd.org

**Announcement** (updated September 14, 2020): We are not currently hiring substitute teachers and paraeducators.  It has become necessary to pause hiring for these positions until we return to some form of in-classroom learning.  We remain optimistic the need for substitutes will return or even spike when our learning model updates.  An announcement will be posted here when we begin accepting applications again.  Please check back periodically.