Substitute employment informationAnoka-Hennepin School District knows that substitute employees, just as all employees, can have a major impact on student performance in our schools.
We employ substitutes for the following positions:
- Paraeducators (elementary, secondary, health, special education and ESL).
- ECFE/School Readiness.
- Child nutrition assistants.
- Adventures Plus.
- Adult Basic Education.
How do I become a substitute employee for Anoka-Hennepin?Complete the online application, review and apply for an available substitute posting, and follow the special instructions listed on the posting. Most programs require attendance at a substitute information session.
Substitute information sessions for teachers, paraeducators, secretaries and ECFE/School Readiness will be held monthly. All sessions are held at the Educational Services Center, 2727 N Ferry Street in Anoka.
When are substitute information sessions held?Sessions are held monthly - apply and follow the special instructions listed on the substitute job posting.
Bring with you to the substitute information session:
- Original non-expired employment documents (i.e. driver's license and social security card, or driver's license and original birth certificate, or passport).
- Copy of your online application (printable application).
- Voided check for direct deposit.
What happens at the substitute information session?Sessions may cover the following:
- District/school/substitute expectations.
- Review of the current substitute system (AESOP).
- Completion of district employment forms.
- Questions and answers.
I am a retired Anoka-Hennepin teacher. Do I need to complete the online application and apply?This answer applies to retired Anoka-Hennepin teachers only: You do not need to complete the online application, however, you will be required to attend a retiree substitute information session.
Current school year retired teachers: Employee services will schedule a session during one of the teacher staff development days. Watch your district email for information and follow the instructions for registration.
Previous school year retired teachers: Contact the AESOP help desk at 763-506-1092 for upcoming session information.
Do you have a four-year degree?If you have a four-year degree and are interested in educating the students of Anoka-Hennepin for success, Anoka-Hennepin has expanded their substitute teacher opportunities by accepting the limited two-year short call substitute license. If you are interested in applying for this license, visit the Minnesota Department of Education website: education.state.mn.us. If you have questions regarding substitute opportunities, call employee services at 763-506-1100.