Why work at Redwood Area School District: Located in Southwestern Minnesota, Redwood Area School District serves approximately 1,100 students K-12 in the Belview, Morton and Redwood Falls area. Our school district is located in a family friendly area, offers plenty of opportunities for education and adventure and is located in the center of some of the best agricultural land in the state. (Check out the local Chamber and Tourism website for more information about the area.) In regard to education, we offer a wide variety of programs and opportunities at all levels. (Check out our Community Education Pages, Elementary School Homepage, Middle School Homepage, High School Homepage, and Activities Homepage for more information on the exciting things going on at each level.) If you would like to work in this exciting environment and be part of an exceptional team, apply at the Redwood Area School District. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Substitute Teachers (All Levels)
Interested in substitute teaching but do not hold a teaching license? Redwood Area School District will accept short call teacher licensure. A short call substitute teacher must have a (education or non-education) bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college, but does not need a teaching license. A short call substitute teacher may teach on a day-to-day basis not to exceed 15 consecutive days replacing the same teacher. In addition, a short call substitute license allows you to sub in grades K-12, in all subjects. To obtain a short call teacher license, go to http://education.state.mn.us then under Quick Links go to Licensing and then go to online licensing system. If you’ve never created a user id and password, go to the third section down to create a new MDE account and continue from there.
Paraprofessionals provide assistance to licensed staff throughout the learning environment and, under the direction of the building administrator and/or licensed staff, the paraprofessionals in this level are responsible for assisting students with one-on-one and group defined instructional activities, supporting student needs in preparing their lessons for all subject areas and assisting and supervising students during instructional and non-instructional activities. Paraprofessionals also observe student’s activities/actions and communicate rules, expectations and consequences.
Community Education Substitutes: Early Childhood, Cardinal Kids Club, School Age Child Care (SACC), etc.
Community Education is a growing sector of the education experience at Redwood Area School District. We offer a wide variety of programs ranging from Discovery Time for our 3-4 year olds to Adult Basic Education. We also offer child care through our Cardinal Kids Club and SACC programs. We are in need of on-call staff to help us cover a variety of positions in these areas. If interested, please submit a substitute application and indicate that you are interested in Community Education. If you have preferences as to which programs, please indicate your preferences on the application.