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Shenandoah County Public Schools accepts applications at all times for future openings. So if you do not currently see a position you are interested in, please apply online and your application will remain active for one year.

If you are currently employed by SCPS and are interested in a coaching position, please contact the principal of the building with the vacancy. You do NOT need to fill out a classified job application.

The Shenandoah County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. Specific concerns or allegations by students, employees or others may be referred to Linda Hodges, Director of Human Resources, or Dave Hinegardner, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services and Strategic Planning. Concerns related to disabilities may be referred to Ms. Gina Stetter, Section 504 Coordinator.

 600 N. Main Street, Suite 200
Woodstock, VA  22664
540-459-6222

Becoming a Teacher in SCPS

10 days ago

For more information contact Ms. Sheryl Jett, SCPS Licensing Specialist at  sljett@shenandoah.k12.va.us.

The Shenandoah County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities.  Specific concerns or allegations by students, employees or others may be referred to Linda Hodges, Director of Human Resources or Dave Hinegardner, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services and Strategic Planning.  Concerns related to disabilities may be referred to Ms. Gina Stetter, Section 504 Coordinator.  

600 N. Main Street, Suite 200
Woodstock, VA  22664
540-459-6702

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Onboarding Forms for New Staff

1 day ago

In order to be set up in payroll, there are a number of required forms that must be completed. You will also find important information such as policies and benefits to include optional benefits. 

Now, let's get started! The links below provide access to all of the required forms. The first is a checklist and link to all of the required forms for Substitute, Part-time, or Athletic Coaching Positions. With each of the required forms, there is a sample completed form to further assist you. To access the completed form, see the master list at the bottom of this page.  

All forms requiring information are fillable forms. To access them, you must have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. You will not be able to save the forms so be sure you print them after they are completed. Once completed and printed, please sign as needed. 

#1:  Substitutes, Coaches, and Part-time Master Checklist
       
       a. Substitute Teacher Application
       
#2:  Full-time Employee Master Checklist

Frequently Asked Questions

Master List of Forms:

*Prior Employer Verification Form  –  Administrators & teachers – Your contract will be based on the experience shown on your application, but SCPS requires prior employer verifications.  If after reviewing the employment verifications, it is determined the experience shown on your contract does not matched the verifications received then your contract will be revised to reflect the verified years of experience.  Please refer to SCPS Policy GA-R for factors used to determine salary placement.

*Transferrable of accumulated sick leave - Please forward this form to your previous employer, if you were employed with a Virginia public school division or Virginia county government and you have transferrable sick leave.

OPTIONAL BENEFITS


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Teacher of the Year

2 months ago

 




Dagan Stephens
2020 Teacher of the Year
Electrician Teacher
Triplett Tech

Triplett Tech Principal Connie Pangle notes that in addition to being licensed and well qualified in his technical area of expertise—electricity—Mr. Stephens is also a formally trained educator, and that combination is a big plus:  “Mr. Stephens has a passion for teaching and shifts that excitement for the electrical profession onto his students. Mr. Stephens constantly strives to plan and implement authentic learning activities for his students. He always has something new and exciting occurring in his classroom that enhances his instruction.” Triplett’s Career Counseling Coach Crystal Lynn applauds Dagan’s work to “prepare his students to enter the workforce” and adds that “Mr. Stephens is also great at helping students be prepared and win at the district, state, and national level for SkillsUSA.” “Moreover,” Ms. Lynn continues, “Mr. Stephens is a mentor to his colleagues. He can frequently be found helping other teachers think through situations and is a calming force within the building. Through the night program, Mr. Stephens assists adults and former Triplett Tech alumni further their electrical education. As a Triplett Tech alumnus himself, he sees the value of the career education that Triplett Tech provides.” Student Henry Wakeman writes, “Dagan has shown his students that through hard work and determination, living a comfortable life is achievable [as an electrician]. He does not shame college; in fact, he encourages it [if it’s a good fit], but he shows there’s no reason to leave high school without a job.” Again, Principal Pangle, “Mr. Stephens is a true leader in the building. He is the go-to person for his students, his co-workers, and the division.”