Substitute Resource Page



  1. Substitute Pre-Application Form (Please fill out this form if you would like to be considered for substituting as instructional and/or support staff.)
  2. Substitute In-Processing Forms:
    1. Complete Substitute Hire Packet 2020-21
  3. Substitute Fingerprinting Instructions
  4. All Substitutes must have the following trainings: at the end presentation, you will have to click on the link to record your participation.
    1. Emergency Preparedness Training
    2. Your Right To Know Training
    3. Violence Prevention and Mental Health
    4. Anti-Harassment Training Presentation
  5. Substitutes that work more than 40 days must have the following trainings:
    1. DASA Training - Through BOCES
    2. Mandated Reporter Training - Online


  2. From Survive to Thrive, What Great Substitute Teachers Do Differently
  3. Substitute Orientation Presentation (Classroom Mgt starts on page 15)


  1. Substitute Login to the Absence Management System (Formerly AESOP)
    1. AESOP Employee Basic Training Video
  2. Substitute Computer Electronic Access Application (Fill out this form after you have been approved as a substitute by the Board of Education. This will allow you access to our computer system while you are substituting for us.)

Document Camera 101

Document cameras, also known as image presenters , visual presenters , digital visualizers , ("visualisers" in the United Kingdom) digital overheads , and docucams , are real-time image capture devices for displaying an object to a large audience. Like an opaque projector, a document camera is able to magnify and project the images of actual, three-dimensional objects, as well as transparencies. [1] They are, in essence, high-resolution web cams, mounted on arms so as to facilitate their placement over a page. This allows a teacher, lecturer or presenter to write on a sheet of paper or to display a two or three-dimensional object while the audience watches. Theoretically, all objects can be displayed by a document camera. Most objects are simply placed under the camera. The camera takes the picture which in turn produces a live picture using a projector. Different types of document camera/visualizer allow great flexibility in terms of placement of objects. Larger objects, for example, can simply be placed in front of the camera and the camera rotated as necessary, or a ceiling mounted document camera can also be used to allow a larger working area to be used.



SMART Board 101

The Smart Board is an interactive whiteboard that uses touch detection for user input (for example scrolling and right mouse-click) in the same way as normal PC input devices. The Smart Board 800 series interactive whiteboard introduced a 'flick and scroll' feature.

Click here for a more detailed description of what a SMART Board is and how it can be used in a classroom.

In our district, we have mainly purchased Lumens DC 265 document cameras. To view an overview of the basic functions of this document camera watch the video below.

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