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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.

  • Substitute Information

    Qualified candidates will be invited to attend a substitute orientation. Candidates must be sure to email substitute@pisd.edu when their application is complete so that it may be evaluated. Please include your name, as it appears on the application, and your applicant ID number.

    We will begin processing applications for the 2024-25 school year in mid-July.  Candidates may apply at any time, but should not expect to have their application processed until after that time.

    Contact substitute@pisd.edu with further questions.  

Requirements to become a Substitute

  • Daily Pay Rates for 2023-2024 
    Professional/Teaching Position
    $120 - High school diploma or equivalent required
    $130 - Active TX teacher certification (any subject/area)

    Support Staff / Assistant / Clerical Position
    $110 - High school diploma or equivalent required

    Substitute Nurses
    $228 - Licensed Registered Nurse (RN)

    Substitutes – Professionals
    $300 - Speech Language Pathologist
    $300 - Diagnostician/OT/PT/LSSP
    $300 – Counselors

    Important note: Application status information will be shared via email. These notifications are not compatible with Yahoo email addresses. In your application, please provide a non-Yahoo email address that you check regularly.

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  • 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 staci.antelo@pisd.edu

  • Contact UsHuman Resources Department

    2700 W. 15th Street, Plano TX 75075    
    (469) 752-8135   |    Fax (469) 752-8009

  • 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.

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