Countywide Substitute Registration Overview - Marin County Special .

13d ago
2.26 MB
12 Pages
Last View : 4d ago
Last Download : n/a
Upload by : Joanna Keil

Countywide Substitute Registration Overview The requirements include: 1. Valid California Teaching Credential (or California Services Credential) or a valid substitute permit 2. Valid fingerprint clearance with the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) and the Marin County Office of Education (we are covering fingerprint costs) 3. Provide current TB Clearance (within the last 60 days) 4. Complete two online trainings 5. Complete one fillable registration form The next page includes a detailed checklist with page numbers for the above requirements. For security purposes, emailed documents are not accepted. There are three delivery options: 1. Mail: P.O. Box 4925, San Rafael, 94913 (Please include “Attn: Amy Ridings” or Attn: Credentials Analyst” on the envelope). OR 2. In-person delivery: There’s a locked inbox outside the Credentials Analyst’s office. The office is open 7:30a.m. – 4:30p.m. Monday through Friday at 1111 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael. OR 3. Attend a substitute meeting (See the “Substitute Meetings” section). Processing timelines and next steps are available in the "Substitute Registration Packet Resources" section on the Marin County Office of Education website. 1

Substitute Registration Packet Checklist 1. Credential/Permit (page 3): If you hold a valid, non-expired California teaching credential or permit, this requirement is met. Complete the application requirements for a substitute permit. Make sure to create your Commission on Teacher Credentialing profile. The account must be created for you to be recommended for the permit. 2. Fingerprinting/live scan(s) (pages 6-7): There are two live scan forms in the registration packet. To not incur fees, complete the livescan(s) at the UPS Store at 1005 Northgate Dr., San Rafael. The Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) live scan form A0281 (Page 6). If you hold a valid, non-expired document (i.e.: Certificate of Clearance, teaching credential, etc.) with the CTC, you have met this requirement and do not need to complete this live scan. The Marin County Office of Education (MCOE) live scan form A0572 (Page 7). If you have directly worked for MCOE, not a district within Marin County, you have met this requirement and do not need to complete this live scan. 3. Form (page 4-5): Registration 4. Immunization (pages 9-11): TB Clearance (within the last 60 days) The Risk Assessment User Guide is available on the Marin County Office of Education website. 5. Online Keenan Trainings (page 12): Print both completion certificates: Mandated Reporter Training Information regarding this requirement must be reviewed in the "Substitute Registration Packet Resources" section on the Marin County Office of Education website. Sexual Harassment Prevention Training 2

Emergency Substitute Permit Applications Requirements Before applying for a substitute permit the applicant is responsible for creating a Commission on Teacher Credentialing educator profile. The instructions for creating a profile are available on the Commission on Teacher Credentialing’s website and the Marin County Office of Education website. Emergency 30 Day Permit Application Requirements (those with a bachelor's degree): Provide the following items to the Credentials Analyst at the Marin County Office of Education: Official transcripts showing a conferred bachelor’s degree. Proof of meeting the Basic Skills Requirement. o This requirement is waived only for the Emergency 30 Day Permit application from January 1, 2023 until June 30, 2024. If you meet the basic skills requirement, it is recommended to submit this information with the application. Complete the live scan for the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (form A0281). Prospective Teachers Emergency Substitute Permit Application Requirements (those enrolled in a bachelor’s program): Schedule an in-person meeting with the Credentials Analyst at the Marin County Office of Education and bring the following items: Official transcripts showing completion of 90 college semester units or more. Proof of current enrollment in a higher education institution. o This can be met one of two ways: Transcripts showing your current work in progress. A letter from the Registrar of the Office of Admissions with an original ink signature. Proof of meeting the Basic Skills Requirement. Complete the live scan for the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (form A0281). 3

2023/2024 SUBSTITUTE TEACHING FORM INSTRUCTIONS: OFFICE USE ONLY: New Registrants & Reactivating Substitutes: Complete all questions on this form to be active on the Marin Countywide Substitute Teacher List. TB test date: New Registrant Reactivating Mnd Rpt Sxl Har CTC LS MCOE LS QSS Email (A) Personal Information (Please print or type) Social Security Number: Date of Birth: First and Last Name: Gender: Mailing Address: City, State, Zip: Preferred Telephone Number: Email address: Current Credential(s): IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY Person to notify: Relationship: Phone number: Doctor to notify: Phone number: Preferred Hospital: (B) Professional Fitness Questions For each question answered yes, include a statement with the registration packet. Yes No 1. Have you ever been convicted of any felony or misdemeanor, fined, or placed on probation? (Exclude minor traffic violations except as required by law.) A conviction will not necessarily disqualify you from employment. (Refer to ications for more information.) 2. Are you currently using controlled substances without a prescription and/or are you an active alcoholic? 3. Has your credential ever been suspended or revoked? 4. Have you ever been dismissed or asked to resign from any school position? 5. Do you have any relatives working for a district within Marin County? 6. If you worked for a district under a different name, provide your former name. 4

(C) Substituting Preferences Select your grade preference(s): Preschool / TK Elementary Middle School High School Special Education Adult Education Regional Occupation Program Home/Hospital Instruction (1-2 hours/day) Select your district preference(s): MCOE Special Education MCOE Alternative Education MCOE Regional Occupational Program Mill Valley Reed (Tiburon-Belvedere) Sausalito Marin City Miller Creek San Rafael Ross Valley Lagunitas Ross Kentfield Larkspur-Corte Madera Tamalpais Bolinas-Stinson Shoreline Novato Laguna Joint Lincoln Union Nicasio Select your subject preference(s): Art Electives Elementary School (all subjects) English Math Music Physical Education Science Social Science / History Special Education: Mild / Moderate Special Education: Moderate / Severe World Languages / ELD Non-teaching: Administrative Services* Non-teaching: Librarian* Non-teaching: School Nurse* *Requires a specific credential By signing this form, you acknowledge you understand and will comply with the Mandated Reporter requirements. You also consent to have your information appear on our secure, online substitute database for the districts to access. Signature: Date: 5

LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINTING LOCATIONS 6/9/14 Marin County Location Appt. Phone Hours of Operation Directions/Comments Sheriff’s Office 1600 Los Gamos Drive, Ste. 200 San Rafael, CA 94903 415-499-7286 Hwy 101 to Exit 456 – Lucas Valley Rd/Smith Ranch Rd; Left on Lucas Valley Rd; Left on Los Gamos Rd Marin City Substation 850 Drake Avenue Marin City 94965 415-332-5422 Ameriprints 4040 Civic Center Dr., #200 San Rafael, CA 94903 707-588-9866 Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 1:10 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. By Appointment only Every other Monday Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Tuesday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Same Day appointments only M-F 9-5 By Appointment Only Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) 171 Carlos Drive San Rafael 94903 510-559-3018 The UPS Store 1005 Northgate Dr. San Rafael, CA 94903 415-507-1961 Hwy 101 to Redwood Highway, turn right on Mitchell Boulevard, turn left on Carlos Drive. Mobile service available for 10 or more individuals No appointment needed Hours Operation: 9 to 4 Monday – Saturday Mill Valley Police Department 1 Hamilton Drive Mill Valley, CA 94941 The UPS Store 936 B 7th Street Novato, CA 415-389-4100 spatton@cityofmillva 415-899-1686 Sonoma County Sebastopol Police Department Location 6850 Laguna Parkway Sebastopol Appt. Phone 707-829-4400 Walk-in basis only Monday By Appointment Only 25.00 fee Monday – Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 30 fee Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. By Appointment Only Monday – Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 30.00 fee Hours of Operation Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Sonoma COE 5340 Skylane Boulevard Santa Rosa 707-524-2812 Hwy 101 to Airport Boulevard. Head west 1 mile to Skylane Boulevard, turn right – 2nd driveway on right. Enter through front double doors to reception desk. Tru Scan 2324 4th Street,Santa Rosa 707-566-7226 Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Exact cash only - 28.00 M-F 9-6, Walk-ins welcome Ameriprints 5685 Redwood Dr. #101 Rohnert Park 707-588-9866 Hwy 101 to Marin City/Sausalito exit, turn right at the signal light, pass the Gateway Shopping Center on your right. Go to stop sign at the far end of the shopping center, turn left onto Drake. The substation will be 200 feet up on the left. By Appointment Only – call in the a.m. Call for an appointment Walk-ins between 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Appointment needed if after 4:00 p.m. Directions/Comments Hwy 101 to Hwy 12 West. 10 miles to the town of Sebastopol, right at the second signal light onto Petaluma Avenue. Proceed for 1.5 blocks. The road curves to the left but continue to go straight onto Laguna Parkway. Cash only - 20.00 fee Monday – Friday Walk-ins or appointment. Debit & Credit cards accepted. 9:00 a. m. -2:30 p.m. 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Sat – 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. California Locations Telephone Website L-1 Identity Solutions Numerous locations 800-315-4507 For California requirements and locations, fingerprinting appointment scheduling online, and forms, go throughout California to: (Fingerprinting Services) For a complete listing for the State of California: contact.php P:\Fingerprinting\LiveScan Locations\LIVE SCAN LOCATIONS 8.11.2020.docx 8

1111 Las Gallinas Avenue/P.O. Box 4925 San Rafael, CA 94913-4925 JOHN CARROLL MARIN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (415) 472-4110 FAX (415) 491-6625 TDD (415) 491-6611 TUBERCULOSIS TESTING INFORMATION REQUIREMENT: Education Code 49406 requires that public school employees be free of infectious tuberculosis (TB). There are two ways to meet this requirement: 1. TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire with resulting “Certificate of Completion”, completed by a licensed health care provider. 2. TB examination via skin test, blood test, or chest x-ray. Results provided by a licensed health care provider. All Substitutes All countywide substitutes must provide the required documentation with their registration packet or upon expiration every four years. Freedom of infectious tuberculosis through a previous employing school district is acceptable. (Education Code § 49406 and Health and Safety Code § 121525) Resources: The Risk Assessment Questionnaire or TB examination can be completed by any licensed health care provider, including a personal doctor or County Health Clinic. If you have health insurance, contact your healthcare provider to complete the TB questionnaire, a TB skin test, or a chest x-ray (physicians recommend this in special cases). For new countywide substitutes, include your clearance in your substitute registration packet. For countywide substitutes submitting updated TB clearance, mail, fax, or personally deliver the results to the Credentials Analyst. If you do not have health insurance, you can visit the Immunization Clinic (information provided below). Please note: if you have health care coverage, you may be billed for an office visit. Marin Community Clinic – San Rafael Campus Address: 3260 Kerner Blvd., San Rafael, CA 94901 Hours: Tuesday & Friday 1:30p.m. – 4:30p.m. Phone: (415) 448-1500 Website: TB skin testing is offered on a drop-in basis and requires two visits: Cost - 30.00. 1. First visit for the TB skin test 2. Second visit for the results of the TB skin test (about 2-3 days after first visit) If you have had a positive TB skin test reading in the past, you will not be given a TB skin test through the Immunization Clinic. You must visit the Clinic to obtain a chest x-ray referral during the designated drop-in times. Chest X-Ray Referral: Cost - 27.00 for uninsured; insured individuals will be processed by MCC, but must have their insurance for their chest x-ray. 9

k. .Rt! Public Health California School Employee Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment Questionnaire ·cTCA CALIFORNIA TUB ERLULUS IS CONTROLLERS ASSOCIATION (for pre-K, K-12 schools and community college employees, volunteers and contractors) Use of this questionnaire is required by California Education Code sections 49406 and 87408.6, and Health and Safety Code sections 1597.055 and 121525-121555. The purpose of this tool is to identify adults with infectious tuberculosis (TB) to prevent them from spreading disease. Do not repeat testing unless there are new risk factors since the last negative test. Do not treat for latent TB infection (LTBI) until active TB disease has been excluded: For individuals with signs or symptoms of TB disease or abnormal chest x-ray consistent with TB disease, evaluate for active TB disease with a chest x-ray, symptom screen, and if indicated, sputum AFB smears, cultures and nucleic acid amplification testing. A negative tuberculin skin test (TST) or interferon gamma release assay (IGRA) does not rule out active TB disease. Name of Person Assessed for TB Risk Factors: Assessment Date: Date of Birth: History of Tuberculosis Disease or Infection (Check appropriate box below) Yes No (Assess for Risk Factors for Tuberculosis using box below) If there is a documented history of positive TB test or TB disease, then a symptom review and chest x-ray (if none performed in the previous 6 months) should be performed at initial hire by a physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner. If the x-ray does not have evidence of TB, the person is no longer required to submit to a TB risk assessment or repeat chest x-rays. TB testing is recommended if any of the 3 boxes below are checked One or more sign(s) or symptom(s) of TB disease Birth, travel, or residence in a country with an elevated TB rate for at least 1 month TB symptoms include prolonged cough, coughing up blood, fever, night sweats, weight loss, or excessive fatigue. Includes countries other than the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or Western and North European countries. Interferon gamma release assay (IGRA) is preferred over tuberculin skin test (TST) for non-US-born persons. Close contact to someone with infectious TB disease during lifetime Treat for LTBI if TB test result is positive and active TB disease is ruled out The law requires that a health care provider administer this questionnaire. A health care provider, as defined for this purpose, is any organization, facility, institution or person licensed, certified or otherwise authorized or permitted by state law to deliver or furnish health services. A Certificate of Completion should be completed after screening is completed (page 3). 5/06/20 10

·cTCA k. .Rt! CALIFORNIA TUB ERLULUS IS CONTROLLERS ASSOCIATION Public Health Certificate of Completion Tuberculosis Risk Assessment and/or Examination To satisfy job-related requirements in the California Education Code, Sections 49406 and 87408.6 and the California Health and Safety Code, Sections 1597.055, 121525, 121545 and 121555. First and Last Name of the person assessed and/or examined: Date of assessment and/or examination: mo./ day/ yr. Date of Birth: mo./ day/ yr. The above named patient has submitted to a tuberculosis risk assessment. The patient does not have risk factors, or if tuberculosis risk factors were identified, the patient has been examined and determined to be free of infectious tuberculosis. X Signature of Health Care Provider completing the risk assessment and/or examination Please print, place label or stamp with Health Care Provider Name and Address (include Number, Street, City, State, and Zip Code): 5/06/20 11

1111 Las Gallinas Avenue/P.O. Box 4925 San Rafael, CA 94913-4925 JOHN CARROLL MARIN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS (415) 472-4110 FAX (415) 491-6625 TDD (415) 491-6611 REQUIRED TRAININGS Mandated Reporter Training California school districts are required to annually (July 1st – June 30th) train school employees, including substitutes, on their child abuse reporting obligations as mandated reporters under the law. WHAT DOES THIS LAW MEAN FOR YOU AS A MARIN COUNTYWIDE SUBSTITUTE TEACHER? As a registered Marin County Substitute Teacher, you are a mandated reporter. Therefore, as a mandated reporter, you are required to complete an approved online or in person training session ANNUALLY. . The good news is you are required to watch this video only one time each year as part of your substitute registration through the Marin County Office of Education Substitute Consortium, as opposed to completing this training for each district. Sexual Harrassment Prevention Training California school districts are required to train school employees, including substitutes, in sexual harassment prevention training. For more information, please review Senate Bill 1343. WHAT DOES THIS LAW MEAN FOR YOU AS A MARIN COUNTYWIDE SUBSTITUTE TEACHER? To register as a substitute, you are required to complete an approved online or in-person training session. . By law, this video is required to be completed once every two years as part of your substitute registration through the Marin County Office of Education Substitute Consortium. To complete the trainings: 1. Visit: ister/9db714bf 2. Create your profile by completing the three fields. a. Enter your entire email address as your Username. 12

Complete the live scan for the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (form A0281). Prospective Teachers Emergency Substitute Permit Application Requirements (those enrolled in a bachelor's program): Schedule an in-person meeting with the Credentials Analyst at the Marin County Office of Education and bring the following items:

Related Documents:

Marin Residents 85% Location Students % Central Marin 4,038 40.6% Novato 1,946 19.6% South Marin 1,230 12.4% North San Rafael 1,013 10.2% West Marin 217 2.2% Outside Marin 1,507 15.1% EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT The Marin Community College District is committed by policy not to discrim

Marin Child Care Council, the Marin Child Care Commission, the Marin County Office of Education, and the Marin County Board of Supervisors. Special thanks to the program administrators and teaching staff who gave so generously of their time to take part in this study. Additional thanks to the College of Marin

Marin Promise Partnership, labor union agreements, as well as those of the MCOE, Silicon Valley Career Technical Education and College of Marin. 1 "CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION: MARIN'S BEST-KEPT . XR Marin is a 2000 sq. ft. Regional Training Center located at Hamilton for high school students and adults interested in virtual reality .

Marin County Adult Drug Court Policies & Procedures July 2018 5 OVERVIEW OF THE MARIN COUNTY ADULT DRUG COURT PROGRAM The Marin County Adult Drug Court (

MCPS High School Regional/Countywide Application Programs At-A-Glance In addition to the various academic programs in the local schools, Grade 8* students who live in Montgomery County may be eligible to apply to MCPS High School Regional/Countywide . Attended a DCC middle school (Argyle, Eastern, Lee, Loiederman, Newport Mill, Takoma Park .

sediment, with upland disposal at the Bel Marin Keys Dredged Material Management Site (BMK DMMS), in the Bel Marin Keys North Lagoon and Novato Creek in Novato, Marin County, California. The purpose of the proposed maintenance dredging is to return the Bel Marin Keys Lagoon and designated areas

G Gheorghiu, Ion A. Gheorghiu romana/engleza Gheorghiu, Ion A. Gheorghiu romana/engleza Gherasim, Marin Gherasim Marin romana/engleza Gherasim, Marin Gherasim Marin romana/engleza

Part 4 Authorized Inspection (ASME) . The 2019 Edition of NB-263, RCI-1 Rules for Commissioned Inspectors replaces the 2017 Edition. RCI-1 is arranged into Parts, as listed below: Part 1 – National Board Commissions and Endorsements Part 2 – National Board Commission and Endorsement Examinations Part 3 – Inservice Inspection Part 4 – Authorized Inspection (ASME .