Substitutes Needed!

Lewiston, Idaho

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:
    • 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.
    • Wage:  $80-$90 per day. 
  • Substitute Instructional Assistants:
    • Requires a high school diploma or equivalent.
    • $11.36 per hour.

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 for a closer view.

Please contact Human Resources for more information at or by calling (208) 748-3000.  

Community Presentations

Middle School Grades 6-8

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 Sacajawea Junior High Cafeteria at 6 PM.


Thursday, April 18, 2019 Jenifer Junior High Cafeteria at 6 PM

Important ISAT information

Starting Wednesday, April 3rd, students will begin ISAT assessments at Sacajawea.  In order to minimize having students pulled during a test session, we would appreciate it if parents could give us at least one day notice on any appointment, trip, etc. that would result in a student needing to leave school prior to the end of the school day.  Thank you for your assistance in this process.

Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

We hope everyone had a wonderful summer and share in the excitement of beginning another school year. We have several new staff members at Sacajawea this year.  Dominic Morton is our new 8th grade English Language Arts teacher, Kym Fredrickson is our new 8th grade Special Education case manager, Ron…

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