The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is actively recruiting parents and other community members interested in being substitute teachers.
"Working as a substitute teacher is a great opportunity to work with kids, stay in touch with what is happening in our schools and stay connected to our community," district officials said in a recent posting on the SRVUSD website.
To become a substitute teacher, a person must possess a 30-day substitute teaching credential, single-subject teaching credential or multiple-subject teaching credential, according to officials. The district offers to work with prospective subs about how to obtain a credential.
Anyone with questions about becoming a substitute teacher can contact SRVUSD substitute coordinator Janelle Ludeman at firstname.lastname@example.org.