• Thu. May 19th, 2022

Centerville City Schools Raising Salaries for Substitute Teachers and Support Staff – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

CENTREVILLE — Substitute teachers, aides, paraprofessionals and secretaries will make more money than before at schools in the city of Centerville.

The school board approved a pay rise at a meeting this week.

Starting January 31, substitute teachers will earn $120 a day. Salaries for substitute aides, paraprofessionals and secretaries will increase to $90 per day.

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Additionally, the district said it is implementing incentive pay for substitute aides, paraprofessionals and secretaries who work a set number of days per month. Substitute aides, paraprofessionals and secretaries who work 10 full days per month will receive a bonus of $100, $200 for 15 full days and $300 for 20 full days, according to a statement.

Dan Tarpey, district human resources manager, said while finding replacements has been difficult for several years, the coronavirus pandemic has made it even more difficult.

“We are facing the same labor shortage as other industries across the country, and we hope that the increased wages will help us attract more replacements to meet the needs of our district,” said said Tarpey.

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In addition to the pay increase, the district said it was able to expand its substitute teacher criteria. The new criteria now include:

  • Successful completion of a required district training session with the Human Resources Manager
  • 21-year-old individuals enrolled in a college or university who are in good standing with that institution
  • 21-year-old individuals with a high school diploma and two professional references
  • Individuals who are currently and successfully completing their teaching internship with Centerville Schools (such individuals will be exempt from the above education requirement)
  • Individuals who have already successfully completed their teaching internship at Centerville Schools (such individuals will be exempt from the above education requirement)
  • Individuals currently employed or volunteering in the District who the Director of Human Resources deems qualified (such individuals will be exempt from the above education requirement)

More information on how to become an alternate with the district can be found here.