Substitute Teachers and Instructional Assistants Wanted!
The Lewiston Independent School District #1 is seeking substitute teachers and instructional assistants to join us in moving students toward success. We believe that students are the center of the educational process and invite you to learn more about becoming a substitute in the District.
• Substitute Teachers:
o Requires a high school diploma or equivalent and possess 32 credits post high school education or be certified as a para-professional; contact us for more information about becoming certified as a paraprofessional.
o Wage: $75-$85/day.
• Substitute Instructional Assistants:
o Requires a high school diploma or equivalent
o $10.70/hr. Requires HS diploma or equivalent
Our district enrollment is approximately 5000 students. We have one high school, one alternative high school, two junior high schools and seven elementary schools ready to share our passion for education with your future professionals. Please visit www.lewistonschools.net for a closer view.
Please contact Human Resources for more information at email@example.com or by calling (208) 748-3000.
On October 5th the Lewiston School District offered their first, “R3 Day of Learning” which was a district wide professional development day full of sessions that focused on effective classroom and school leadership strategies. The day started with a Keynote from Principal Baruti Kafele!
Principal Kafele is the author of The Principal 50, The Teacher 50 as well as Closing the Attitude Gap, and more. According to his website:
- One of the most sought-after educational speakers in America, Principal Kafele has delivered more than 1000 conference keynotes and professional development workshops since leaving his principal-ship in 2011. An expert in the area of “attitude transformation,” Principal Kafele is the leading authority for providing effective classroom and leadership strategies toward closing what he coined, the “attitude gap”-defined as, “the gap between those students who have the WILL to achieve excellence and those who do not.”
On March 14, 2017, the residents of the Lewiston School District voted to approve a bond levy to build a new high school in the Lewiston Orchards with a 75% voter approval. This levy will provide the funding to build a new comprehensive grades 9-12 high school.