Substitute Application Steps
SUBSTITUTE APPLICATION STEPS
To begin the process, complete an Application. The Substitute Application may be picked up at the Human Resources Department or downloaded by clicking on the following link:
Submit the application in person to the Human Resources Department from 8am - 5pm, Monday through Friday, at the following address:
Broken Arrow Public Schools
Education Service Center/Performing Arts Center
701 South Main Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Applications must be submitted in person. Applications sent through email or fax will not be considered.
Human Resources will review all applications and contact the applicants who are invited to the next step of the application process, the substitute workshop. All other applications will be kept on file for possible future consideration.
Substitute Workshops are held once a month. Workshop attendance is a prerequisite to becoming a sub. At the workshop, attendees receive their substitute packets, are informed of policies and procedures, and complete their required substitute paperwork. Workshops are held in the first floor Board of Education Meeting Room at the Education Service Center/Performing Arts Center. The address is listed above. Applicants must bring two forms of ID to the workshop. Acceptable identification documents are listed on the I-9. Examples of acceptable documents are: U.S. passport, driverâÂÂs license or state issued ID, social security card or birth certificate. All certified applicants should also bring their teaching certificate. A $45.00, cash only, fee for a National Criminal Background Check is also due at the substitute workshop. After paying the $45.00 fee, applicants will be provided with a letter to present to the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office for fingerprinting. Individuals who have completed a background check in another Oklahoma school district within the past 12 months or have had fingerprints made for another district should inform Human Resources at the workshop.
Applicants must be fingerprinted for a national background check as required by Oklahoma State law. Fingerprinting does not need to be done until the applicant has attended a workshop Effective July 1, 2010, Oklahoma school districts are required by law to send fingerprint cards for each new employee to the Oklahoma State Department of Education as part of the required background check process.