Gibraltar addressing sub shortage

Districts like Gibraltar Area Schools in Fish Creek are doing what they can to help make sure it has a steady stable of substitute teachers.  The substitute teacher shortage knows no boundaries in the state, but it is especially more difficult to find qualified people in rural areas. Gibraltar Elementary School principal Brian Annen says becoming a substitute has plenty of benefits beyond their daily rate and, at some places, a free lunch.

People interested in learning more about what it takes to become a substitute teacher can attend a special informational meeting on February 26th at Gibraltar Secondary School beginning at 6:30 p.m.

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