SUBSTITUTE TEACHING APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Effective July 1, 2008, a tri-county substitute system called the Central Michigan Substitute System (CMSS) has been formed. This is the result of a unique partnership with the Clinton County Regional Educational Service Agency, Eaton Intermediate School District and Ingham Intermediate School District. EduStaff will become the employer of record and coordinate payroll for all substitute services that were formerly handled by the three counties. EduStaff has established a relationship with AESOP, the automated online substitute calling service, to provide online and telephone acceptance for substitute assignments in our area.

    Most Clinton, Eaton and Ingham districts will be using EduStaff to register and pay substitute teachers. Our substitute teachers are an integral part of our educational system, please read this information, as it will help explain the process to become a registered substitute in our district.

    New and Returning Substitute Teachers


    If you are interested in substitute teaching in any of the districts listed below you may contact EduStaff offices at 1.877.974.6338 or go to their website at https://www.edustaff.org/ to access EduStaff information and to complete an application.

    The following districts offer substitute opportunities within the Ingham ISD area:

    • Capital Area Academy
    • Cole Academy
    • Dansville
    • DeWitt
    • East Lansing
    • Holt
    • Ingham Intermediate School District (see note below regarding Heartwood School*)
    • Leslie
    • Mason
    • Mid-Michigan Leadership Academy
    • Okemos
    • Waverly
    • Webberville
    • White Pine Academy
    • Williamston

    Qualifying for Substitute Teaching

    To qualify to substitute in the participating districts you must have a transcript indicating completion of 90 credit hours from a four-year college or university with a minimum 2.0 GPA, or hold a valid or expired Michigan Teaching Certificate.

    If you will be teaching with 90+ credit hours OR an expired certificate, you are required to apply for a 150-day permit from the Michigan Department of Education. The fee for this permit is $45.00 per school year. This fee is due after the sub permit is submitted into the state and you receive an invoice.

    Please note: A 150-day permit is no longer required for those holding a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate and would like to teach outside of a certified subject area.

    Contact Information

    Should you have questions or need additional information please contact:
    Ingham Intermediate School District at (517) 676-1051 or visit their website at http://www.inghamisd.org/

    OR

    EDUStaff at 1-877-974-6338 or visit their website at https://www.edustaff.org/