From custodians and bus drivers to teachers and principals, Aldine recognizes the importance each person plays in assuring a quality education for the students in our district. Consequently, every voice counts, even new ones.
Each campus offers its employees a chance to influence the policy and procedures in their field of expertise. In addition, teachers are also rewarded for soaring test scores through the district's performance pay plan and all employees enjoy an impressive benefits package.
Please click on the appropriate link below to access the employment application that you are interested in.
In order to receive full consideration in our employment process, you must either have a teaching certificate, a college degree, or 60 college credit hours from an accredited institution.
Individuals wishing to apply as a Substitute Teacher in Aldine must complete a Paraprofessional application. The following link directs you to the on-line application site Paraprofessional Application. Applicants must choose "Substitute Teacher" in the Employment Preferences section of the on-line application.
Only individuals with a complete application will be considered for possible employment. Your application will be considered complete when all references have been returned on-line (one of which must be your current supervisor), and a copy of your official transcript has been uploaded to the application. Applicants will be selected for interviews based on application information and district needs.
Individuals chosen through the interview process must attend a mandatory orientation conducted by district personnel. Perspective employees must also complete fingerprint requirements and clear a criminal background check. The individual is responsible for all costs incurred with fingerprinting. Completion of the fingerprinting process is not a promise for employment with the district.
Once hired, employees will be set up to access the district's on-line substitute system. Substitute teachers are employed in an as needed capacity, and are considered temporary employees.