The school system invites future teachers to join the After School team





Fayette County Public Schools is reaching out to prospective teachers interested in joining the After School Program (ASP) team.

The ASP invites middle and high school seniors aged 16 and over who are interested in working with young children to apply to become a student worker. The position is part-time and pays $12 per hour.

Student-workers work 2-3 hours in the afternoon on school days. Preference will be given to students who can work five days a week; however, applicants may request to work fewer days.

Like many school systems across the country, Fayette County Public Schools are facing a shortage of qualified ASP staff. The shortage has resulted in some children being placed on a waiting list for ASP until additional staff can be hired for the school in need.

Applicants should apply online at www.fcboe.org and click on the Position Openings link. For more information, contact the after-school programs office at 770-460-3990 ext. 1038.






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Jeremy S. McLain