Emergency Teaching Substitutes
Shoreline School District Is Now Accepting Emergency Substitute Teachers!
Shoreline Public Schools is experiencing a shortage of teacher substitutes. The district will be requesting the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction to issue emergency substitute certificates to individuals who do not hold the appropriate teacher certification, but otherwise meet the district’s employment qualifications.
- You must have a four-year degree from an accredited university to apply.
- Experience working with youth in an instructional or supervisory setting is preferred but not required.
Please Note: The emergency certification process may take up to eight weeks and has processing fees associated which are the applicant’s responsibility.
For more information and details regarding the Emergency Teaching Certification process, please contact our Substitute Coordinator.
***School districts, private schools or educational service districts that have exhausted or reasonably anticipates they will exhaust their list of qualified substitutes may request the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction to issue an emergency substitute certificate to any individual who is not fully qualified as a teacher or administrator or educational staff associate. The emergency substitute certificate is restricted for use in the requesting school district, private school or educational service district once their list of otherwise qualified substitutes has been exhausted. The school district, private school or educational service district shall determine the employment qualifications an individual must meet in order for the emergency substitute certificate to be requested.
For any substitute questions/concerns, please contact our Substitute Coordinator. For any employment questions/concerns, please contact our Employment Coordinator.
Melissa Carmen, Substitute Coordinator, HR
Craig Stehling, Employment Coordinator, HR