Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I become a substitute teacher?

Substitute Teaching is a wonderful opportunity for people who enjoy working with children and are passionate about helping the students in our communities. Substitute teaching also gives you flexibility and control over your own schedule. It is a perfect job for retirees, parents, people looking to make a career change, college students, part-time workers and anyone that enjoys being involved in education.

How much are Morgan Hunter Education substitute teachers paid?

Our substitute teachers are paid weekly. The pay rates vary from district to district but range any where from $100 a day to $140 a day.

How often will I be called to work?

We have substitute teaching assignments available every day. Substitute teachers have the ability to work as often as they want.

Do retired teachers need to complete the same application/employment process?

Yes, a staffing specialist will meet and interview all applicants to determine if they will be hired as a substitute teacher for Morgan Hunter Education.

May I choose the districts, schools, subjects, grades and times that I would like to work?

YES! Substitute teachers have total control of their schedules and work locations.

Will I receive substitute teacher training before entering the classroom?

As a Morgan Hunter Education substitute teacher, you are our partner in providing a quality education for the students. To assist you in fulfilling this critical role, you will be required to attend a Pre-Employment Meeting prior to accepting assignments. This meeting covers policies, procedures, expectations, classroom and behavior management and information on pay and how you will use the online system to get substitute assignments.