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The Southwest Ohio Council of Governments (SWOCOG) is a partnership between Warren County Commissioners, Warren County ESC and Butler County ESC. It is the exclusive provider of all certified substitute teachers for participating districts.
- Carlisle Local
- Franklin City Schools
- Kings Local School
- Lebanon City Schools
- Little Miami Local Schools
- Middletown City Schools
- Springboro City Community Schools
- SWOCOG Paraprofessional
- Warren County Vocational School District
- Warren County Educational Service Center (WCESC)
- Wayne Local Schools
- Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC)
- Butler Tech
- Edgewood City Schools
- Fairfield City Schools
- Hamilton City Schools
- Lakota Local Schools
- Madison Local Schools
- Monroe Local Schools
- New Miami Local Schools
- Ross Local Schools
- Talawanda Schools
NOTE: The overall SWOCOG does not typically employ substitute educational aides (paraprofessionals). However, WCESC does use them exclusively in some of our special needs programs.
WCESC Substitute Educational Aides (Paraprofessionals)
If you are eligible to apply as a substitute teacher in the SWOCOG you will have the option to also be a substitute educational aide for WCESC special needs programming by completing the application process as usual.
If you are not eligible to be a substitute teacher because you do not hold a bachelor’s degree, you can still be a substitute educational aide for WCESC. Please keep reading to find out how.
WCESC Substitute Educational Aide (Substitute Paraprofessional) Instructions:
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: Substitute educational aides (substitute paraprofessionals) should follow the same application process in its entirety as required by substitute teachers with a few important exceptions.
Communicate your intentions to be an exclusive WCESC Substitute Paraprofessional (special needs programming substitute educational aide) to Donna Hamilton. Once your email is received you will receive an email or phone call with the next steps in the application process.