DeKalb County Schools willing to hire parents as substitutes and teachersDeKalb County School District Administration and Instructional Complex on Mtn. Industrial Blvd. in Stone Mountain. Photo by Dean Hesse
DeKalb County, GA — As DeKalb County Schools plans to welcome back students on March 9, it’s also looking for people to work as substitute and full-time teachers.
In a Facebook post on Feb. 25, the School District said, “DCSD Parents and Guardians, are you interested in Substitute Teacher or Teacher employment opportunities in DeKalb County School District? If you are interested and a qualified college graduate, please complete and submit this survey https://bit.ly/DCSDParentEmployment. We look forward to supporting our parents with their professional job-related goals.”
DeKalb County Schools has been virtual since last March and is offering parents the choice of remaining in virtual learning or attending in-person learning.
According to the School District, cohorts of students will participate in hybrid, in-person learning based on whether they want to attend school.
“Prekindergarten, Kindergarten, first grade, second grade, sixth grade, and ninth-grade students will begin in-person learning on Tuesday, March 9, 2021,” the district announced. “Grade levels third, fourth, fifth, seventh, eighth, 10th, 11th, and 12th will start on Monday, March 15, 2021.”
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