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 ten (10) 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.
- If a degreed substitute works for 12 full days in the same assignment on a continuous basis, pay would be : 12 days @ $125/day = $1,500.00.
- If a certified substitute works for 12 full days in the same assignment on a continuous basis, pay would be : 12 days @ $150/day = $1,800.00.
- Please note:
- All substitute jobs are paid according to the Monthly Payroll Calendar.
- So, as in the example above, if a degreed substitute works 12 full days in the same assignment on a continuous basis, those 12 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 rate. Once the 11st 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 and Long-Term rates for the work dates from the prior check.
- Long-Term Rates cannot carry over from one school year to another.
Sub Rates Effective February 3, 2020