Why Teachers on Call?

  • Automated Process

    We partner with Absence Management and complement the technology, creating a more complete solution to meet your substitute staffing needs. 

  • Versatile Solutions

    We understand that every school is different, so we create custom solutions and provide ongoing training and support to ensure our system works for you. 

  • HR Efficiency

    We take over many human resources and payroll functions for your substitute pool, saving you time and money. We recruit, interview, screen, hire, and train qualified substitutes for your classrooms.  

Current and Prospective Employees: Access our resources section, where you can find training opportunities, forms, and other helpful teaching tools.

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Upcoming Events

Mar 21

Stevens Point, WI - Special Education Workshop

Point of Discovery School

"I don't know what to do in Special Education". "I'm not sure I'm qualified to work there."  "What do I do if something happens in the class?"  Special Education positions may seem intimidating, especially if you don't have any experience in those

Mar 21

Stevens Point, WI - Classroom Management Workshop

Point of Discovery School

Whether you are a teacher or paraprofessional, each student has different reasons that contribute to inappropriate classroom behavior and can provide a challenge to the learning environment.  In this FREE workshop, we wil

Mar 22

Stevens Point, WI - Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training

Point of Discovery School

Teachers On Call will be providing the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training (by the Crisis Prevention Institute) for all subs interested in learning about intervention techniques on Friday, March 22nd from 8:30am - 4:30

Recent News

  • CM Corner: School Staff

    March 1, 2019

    When working assignments, we can feel like we receive a little direction and then are thrown into the day and it is either sink or swim, especially when approaching student behavior.  These...

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  • C.M. Corner: Unintentional Bias

    February 21, 2019

    Miscommunication is a common occurrence in everyday life.  However, working in our positions, sometimes that miscommunication can unintentionally cause larger issues.  This can cause students to...

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  • C.M. Corner: Understanding Difference and Background

    February 1, 2019

    In the last blog post, we discussed how technology has changed and driven culture, influencing how students interact with the world around them as opposed to adults.  However, this is only a small...

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  • C.M. Corner: Technology Culture

    January 18, 2019

    In the next couple of C.M. Corner posts, we are going to be looking at culture and how that impacts learning.  When we hear the term culture, regarding people, we often think to ethnicity or a...

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Recent News

  • CM Corner: School Staff

    March 1, 2019

    When working assignments, we can feel like we receive a little direction and then are thrown into the day and it is either sink or swim, especially when approaching student behavior.  These...

    Read More
  • C.M. Corner: Unintentional Bias

    February 21, 2019

    Miscommunication is a common occurrence in everyday life.  However, working in our positions, sometimes that miscommunication can unintentionally cause larger issues.  This can cause students to...

    Read More
  • C.M. Corner: Understanding Difference and Background

    February 1, 2019

    In the last blog post, we discussed how technology has changed and driven culture, influencing how students interact with the world around them as opposed to adults.  However, this is only a small...

    Read More
  • C.M. Corner: Technology Culture

    January 18, 2019

    In the next couple of C.M. Corner posts, we are going to be looking at culture and how that impacts learning.  When we hear the term culture, regarding people, we often think to ethnicity or a...

    Read More