Sonoma County Office of Education

Substitute Teaching in SCOE Classrooms

Substitute Teaching in SCOE Classrooms

SCOE Programs using Substitutes
SCOE offers classroom instruction to students through the Alternative Education and Special Education programs.

How to Apply
After attending a substitute orientation, individuals interested in substitute teaching in SCOE classrooms should complete a formal application for the position, including all items listed below.

  1. An online application submitted via the EdJoin website
  2. A letter describing personal qualifications and reasons for interest in this position
  3. A copy of appropriate credential(s)

Note that applicants submitting incomplete applications will not be considered.

Leilan, Student
"I like Amarosa because there's a much smaller student count and so teachers can be one-on-one with you. They can actually help you and be one-on-one with you while the class is doing something else. I feel like that's a huge game-changer." - Leilan, Student