Do you want to make money helping grow our students through their education but don’t want to work full time? Do you want to make some extra money but are concerned with the fees that you must pay to make that money? Did you recently become a sub? Be on the lookout for some money coming to you just for applying. You can now through November 4 have these fees reimbursed to you. The requirements associated with becoming a substitute teacher are the following: a $50 application fee, a $175 online training fee and a $41.75 fee for a fingerprint background check. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) will use CRF funding to reimburse any individual who has paid the $50 application fee and/or the $175 online training fee from August 18 through November 4, 2020. There is no action required by the substitute teachers to be reimbursed; the payment method used to pay the fees associated with the online training and application (i.e. a credit card number) will be automatically credited. DESE will begin processing those reimbursements on November 5, 2020.
You must have completed your fingerprint background check from March 1 through November 4, 2020. To access these CRF funds, the LEA would submit to DESE an application and a list of those individuals to be reimbursed for the $41.75 fingerprint background check fee.
More information about these reimbursements, as well as recent updates to substitute certification rules, can be found on DESE’s Substitute Teachers webpage. Please contact the Office of Educator Quality at 573-751-2931 with additional questions.
The Moniteau County R-1 School District (California, MO) is seeking applicants for Substitute Teachers. Qualifications include a high school diploma, successfully completed a minimum of twenty (20) clock hours of department-approved substitute teacher training or 60 college credit hours and a Content Substitute certificate from DESE.
Substitute teaching is a great way to supplement your income with a flexible schedule. The California School District pays $75 per day for substituting, and pay can increase to $180 per day for long-term placement.
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Dear Parents and Guardians:
In the short time that I have worked in the California R-1 School District, I KNOW that the district prides itself on providing a safe learning environment for each and everyone of its students. That being said I have noticed that locally, and nationwide, there have been many troubling incidents reported regarding students and their use of the Internet.
There are many social media sites that are growing in popularity with students. Several of these have an instant messaging component as part of the site and some, the message automatically disappears after it has been seen.
Unfortunately, some of these sites are being used by con-artist, cyber-bullies, and child predators. From the research that I have done and communicating with other investigators that specialize in these types of crimes, we believe that this is caused by two basic problems:
Children can communicate and meet people outside the control of their parents.
Children and adults can communicate anonymously without the fear of getting caught.
I want to encourage all of you to talk with your children about the potential dangers of the Internet. Also encourage them to come talk to you if they get messages from people they do not know as well as abnormal messages from people they do know. These messages may be a start of a problem called “grooming.” These are actions done by people with ulterior, dangerous motives to attempt to make your child comfortable with them, so they will do things they would not normally do.
I also want to encourage you to establish rules and guidelines to ensure the safety of your child while on the internet. One rule I would like to suggest, something that I do with my children, is to review the content of all of their electronic devices, including their social media sites, on a regular basis.
I also want to assure you that the school district is doing all that it can to ensure the online safety of its students. One of the many measures is that they have blocked all social media sites from our school computers as well as being able to access them on our wifi.
If you would like more information about this matter I encourage you to go to www.connectsafely.org or www.cybersafetycop.com
Thank you for your time,
Deputy Scott Harkins SRO
Moniteau County Sheriff’s Office
California R-1 School District
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