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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, Director of  Administrative Services & 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

6 months ago

For more information contact Ms. Tracy Ritenour, SCPS Licensing Specialist at  tmritenour@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, Director of Administrative Services & 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

Things to Do

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Staff Members

Onboarding Forms for New Staff

7 days 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:

403B Plan Elective Deferrals Notice
Automatic Direct Deposit Form

   Sample Automatic Direct Deposit Form
   Check Example for Direct Deposit
Benefit Deduction Worksheet 2019-2020 (SCPS Health Insurance Deduction 
COBRA Extended Coverage General Notice
Confidentiality Agreement
    Completed Confidentiality Agreement
Electronic W-2 Consent Form
   Completed Electronic W2 Consent Form
Dept of Social Services Background Check Form 
   Completed Dept of Social Services Background Check Form 
DMV Information Request Form
   Completed DMV Information Request Form
Driver Personal Recommendation Form  
 Completed Driver Personal Recommendation Form
Driver's Application for Physician's Certificate
   Completed Driver's Application for Physician's Certificate
Driver-Student Driver Training Form
Ethnicity and Race Form
   Completed Ethnicity and Race Form
Federal I-9
Federal I-9 Instructions 
   Completed Federal I-9 Form
Fingerprint Authorization Form
Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Brochure 2019-20
Fexible Spending Account (FSA) Enrollment Form (19-20 LD&B)
Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Q & A's
HDHP Benefits Summary (2019-2020)
Internet Policy Agreement Form
   Completed Internet Policy Agreement Form

Key Advantage 250 (2019-2020)
Key Advantage 1000 (2019-2020)
Key Advantage Perscription Drug Program
New Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage
Personnel Information Sheet
   Completed Personnel Information Sheet
Premium Assistance Under Medicaid CHIP
Prior Employment Verification Form
   Completed Prior Employment Verification Form
Sick Leave Bank Enrollment Form
Substitute Teacher Application 
   Completed Substitute Teacher Application
Take Care Package
Tuberculosis (TB) Form

The Local Choise (TLC) Health Insurance rates 2019-20
The Local Choice (TLC) Health Insurance Form (Fillable) 2019-20
The Local Choice (TLC) Benefit Comparison of Plans (2019-20)
The Local Choice (TLC) Employee/Retiree Privacy Notice
The Local Choice (TLC) Enrollment Form 2019-2020 (Health Insurance)
  Completed The Local Choice (TLC) Enrollment Form 

Virginia (VA-4) Form
    Completed Virginia (VA-4) Form
VRS -  Basic Group Life Coverage Information
VRS Brochure on How to Access Your Account
VRS Designation of Benefits Form
   Completed VRS Designation of Benefits Form
VRS Hybrid Plan Handbook
VRS Hybrid Plan Beneficiary Designation Form (non-fillable)
   Completed VRS Hybrid Plan Beneficiary Designation Form
VRS Hybrid Plan Highlights Brochure
VRS Life Insurance Certificate
VRS Plans Comparison
W-4 Federal Form 2019   
   Completed W-4 Federal Form 
Women's Health and Cancer Rights

OPTIONAL BENEFITS


2


Teacher of the Year

2 months ago


Jennifer Cook

2019 Teacher of the Year

Special Education Teacher

Strasburg High School

Meredith

Strasburg Principal Melissa Foltz says, “There are many words that come to my mind when I think of Ms. Cook as a teacher:  accountability, high expectations, real, knowledgeable, and nurturer. The students on Ms. Cook’s caseload have identified disabilities, ones that often have a negative impact on learning and ones that make success in a classroom more difficult. What has always impressed me about Ms. Cook is her ability to hold her students’ accountable and instill a drive in them. Her students develop a positive work ethic and a profound sense of confidence inside and outside of the classroom. She pushes her students to be accountable for their learning and their actions while providing each of them the support and love they need along the way.”  Co-teacher Tammy Cooper observes, “Jennifer goes above and beyond to make sure all of her students are cared for and supported both academically and socially. Not only is Jennifer a mentor for her students, but her colleagues also come to her for support and leadership. For Jennifer, how her students grow and become better prepared for the future is paramount. When her students leave Strasburg High School, they will be self-reliant, accountable, and ready to tackle the world.” Again, Principal Foltz:  “It is an honor to work with Ms. Cook. I value the opportunities I have to learn from her and to learn with her as a colleague who always focuses on students and what is best for each of them.”