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Frequently Asked Questions-Prospective Teachers

Prospective Teachers

An application for certificated employment must be completed online, please visit:

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What is the daily rate of pay for a substitute in the Montebello Unified School District?

 $160/day 1 day=6/6 Portions of a day will be paid by the 1/6th (in sixths for payroll purposes.)

$200.00/day Long Term pay (after the tenth consecutive day in the same assignment with H.R. approval)

How many years of service credit will be accepted?

Nine years of verified, full-time, K-12 public school teaching experience will be accepted.    

Is there support for new teachers?

Most definitely. Montebello Unified School District is committed to providing qualified, competent, and caring professionals for every classroom. Support to newly hired teachers is a very high priority. The District offers a variety of professional development programs to address the unique needs and strengths of beginning teachers.

The MUSD Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment ( BTSA ) Induction Program is the pathway to earning a Professional Clear Teaching Credential. Teachers who have received an SB2042 Preliminary Credential participate in the Montebello Unified School District BTSA Induction Program, which provides advanced coursework and individual guidance for first and second year teachers. The Program is organized around the state content standards, the California Standards for the Teacher Profession (CSTP), and Standards. Opportunities to observe exemplary teachers in action, plan instruction, practice strategies, and dialogue about ways to improve teaching practice, are all elements of the BTSA Induction Program.

Montebello Unified School District and several local universities collaborate to provide a variety of programs for eligible teachers completing their teacher preparation programs.

All teachers new to the District attend a New Teacher orientation in the summer. At this orientation teachers learn the District goals, grade level curriculum, and effective instructional practices.

Please contact: 
BTSA Induction Program staff at (323)887-7900 extension 2307 for questions regarding program opportunities.