TVUSD looks to parents to help fill vacancies

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Temecula Valley Unified School District reached out to parents to fill vacancies for substitutes due to staffing shortages.In the email, sent to parents in January, the district explained that the state of California had recently attempted to expedite the process required for eligible Californians to substitute teach on school campuses “in an effort to address the labor shortage we are facing.”According to the email, TVUSD has an “immediate need” for district site substitutes and day-to-day substitutes.“The role of a district site substitute is very similar to the work of a day-to-day substitute, except district site substitutes report to the same school site each day (3-5 days per week) instead of having to accept jobs daily online or via the telephone,” TVUSD exp
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