Sub Pay Rates
- Do not apply to non-degreed substitutes.
- Do not apply to paraprofessional assignments.
- If possible, subs will be provided an anticipated or estimated length of time needed.
- To qualify for long-term pay, a degreed or certified substitute must work more than twenty (20) full days in the same teacher/professional assignment on a continuous basis.
- If the substitute stays with the same teacher/professional assignment on a continuous basis, they will be paid the rate shown above for the entire period that he/she substitutes.
Example: If a degreed &/or certified substitute works for 22 full days in the same assignment on a continuous basis, pay would be : 22 days @ $125/day = $2,750.00
- Please note:
- All substitute jobs are paid according to the Monthly Payroll Calendar.
- So, as in the example above, if a degreed and/or certified substitute works 22 full days in the same assignment on a continuous basis, those 22 days will probably not fall neatly into one payroll cut-off period. In that case, Skyward will initially pay the assignment starting days at the Degreed/Certified rate. Once the 21st continuous day in the assignment is attained, (generally in the cut-off period for the subsequent check) Skyward will then pay the work dates in the cut-off period at the $125/day rate AND retro-pay the difference between the Degreed/Certified and Long-Term rates for the work dates from the prior check.
- Long-Term Rates cannot carry over from one school year to another.
- Please note: