SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood School District's four schools will begin implementing the hybrid model of instruction combining two-half days a week of in-person learning and one virtual day of learning for all students on October 26. In preparation, Spotswood School District Superintendent Graham Peabody put the call out to Chargers' alumni who may be attending college virtually from home this week to apply for part-time work as substitutes as well as others in the community who may be interested.
In order to qualify for being a substitute, an applicant must have completed 60 college course credits. Course credits do not need to be in education. The Spotswood School District is also seeking part-time positions for paraprofessionals and student safety officers. These positions do not require college credit completion.
Interested applicants should contact Kathy Bonczek for additional information about the substitute application and certification process. Bonczek can be reached by emailing email@example.com or by telephone at 732-723-2200 extension 5030.
The Spotswood School District houses four schools. The Schoenly School is pre-kindergarten through first grade while Appleby Elementary School teaches grades two through fifth. Memorial Middle School has grades sixth through eighth and Spotswood High School is grades nine through 12.
Spotswood School District has a population of around 1,600 students. Students began the 2020-21 academic year all virtual on September 2. Parents not wishing for their children to participate in the hybrid learning model can opt out and remain all virtual.