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Substitute Teacher Request Procedures


To request a substitute, first ensure that your lesson plans are complete, current, and readily available. Please be sure to notify your school’s principal and then access the Greene County Substitute Request Line.  



There are three ways to access the Substitute Request Line.  

  • 1) Dial the direct line… (706) 454-1011. 
     
  • 2) If you are calling from a phone within the school district, you can just
        dial extension 2161.
     
  • 3) You can also dial the Greene County Board Office at 706-453-7688.

          * Wait for the auto attendant to begin to speak and then press 1.
             (If you press 1 before the auto attendant begins…  you will be
              asked to dial an extension.)  
       
     


After you are prompted,  

  • Wait 2 seconds  
     
  • Say your full name  
     
  • Say your position  
     
  • Say the date(s) that you need a substitute  
     
  • State the type of leave… (sick, personal, vacation, other)  
     
  • Repeat your full name      
     


Please call before 10:00 p.m. the night before or before 6:30 a.m. the day you need to request off.  


If at all possible, please call in advance.  Please do not wait until the last minute.  Do not ask a substitute that you see in your building to work for you.  Unless the substitute is called by Allyson Harrison, they will not be paid.

If you are unable to get through (e.g. constant busy signal, no answer, etc.) it is your responsibility to contact Allyson Harrison the morning of your absence at 706.453.1012 AND your building administrator. 



Substitute Request Line
 (706) 454-1011


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THE MISSION OF THE GREENE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM IS TO EDUCATE, INSPIRE, CHALLENGE, AND SUPPORT STUDENTS TO BE PRODUCTIVE CITIZENS PREPARED TO COMPETE GLOBALLY
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