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    Instructional Position:
    The Lake Shore Central School District is seeking qualified candidates to fill the following position:
     
    Spanish Teacher - Long-Term Temporary Position for 2017-18
    Building/Location:  Lake Shore Senior High School 
    Certification:  NYS Spanish 7-12 Certification 
    Salary:  Per the LSCTA Contract  
    Position Opens:  12/12/17 on the WNYRIC Applicant Tracking System 
    State Date:  1/16/18
       
    Interested candidates should apply through the WNYRIC Applicant Tracking system. In addition to the WNYRIC application, applicants must also submit a Lake Shore CSD Professional Employment Application.  Please be sure to complete and upload this document to the attachments page of your WNYRIC application.  If you have any questions, please contact Kristine DeMartino in the Superintendent's Office at 926-2202.
     
    Substitute Teaching Positions:
    The Lake Shore Central School District is accepting applications for certified instructional substitutes in all areas.  Interested candidates should visit the WNYRIC Applicant Tracking system to apply.  In addition to the WNYRIC application, applicants must also submit a Lake Shore CSD Professional Employment Application.  Please be sure to complete and upload this document to the attachments page of your WNYRIC application. If you have any questions, please contact Carrie Slotman in the Business Office at 926-2212. 
     
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    Non-Instructional Substitute Positions:
    The District is also accepting applications for non-instructional substitutes in all areas.  Interested candidates should submit a non-instructional employment application to Michelle Hy in the Business Office.  Michelle can be contacted at 926-2205.

      Thank you for your interest in our District!