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Plano ISD is a community of leaders and learners. Our school district represents a great opportunity for educators to grow and develop professionally.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a substitute for Plano ISD. Our mission is that our Plano ISD Learning Community will educate, inspire, and empower every student to activate their unique potential in a dynamic world. Our vision is Committed to Excellence, Dedicated to Caring, Powered by Learning, and Plano ISD Proud.
Employment of substitutes is initiated according to the current needs of Plano ISD and the qualifications of the applicant. The district may give preference to the employment of substitute teachers who hold a valid teaching certificate. Please understand with the high volume of interest, not all applicants will be selected.
To be considered as a substitute for the 2021-2022 school year, you must submit or update your current substitute application online using the “Apply Now” button.
If you are interested in long term substitute positions, please visit here for additional details.
Contact the Substitute Office
- Please contact the substitute office to inquire about the status of your application. Applicants selected as substitute candidates will be contacted via email with instructions regarding the next steps in the onboarding process and are required to be fingerprinted before attending an in-house orientation.
- If you are a current/former PISD employee:
Once you have submitted your resignation and it has been processed by Human Resources, you may complete the online application by selecting New Applicant and creating a new TEAMS user ID and password.
Substitute Nurses OnlyApplicants interested in becoming a substitute nurse must be licensed and selected by the PISD Director of District Health. Resumes for substitute nurse positions may be sent to email@example.com
Criminal History Guidelines
Every person who wishes to serve as a District employee, volunteer, camp counselor, private teacher or contractor, or any other person who will have contact with District students shall have a criminal history search performed. More information
The 80th Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 9 (SB 9), which mandated the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to acquire criminal history through fingerprint submission on: (1) all certified educators who are currently employed, (2) all substitutes and (3) non-certified employees hired after January 1, 2008. This process requires the individual to hold a state-issued driver's license or state-issued ID card.