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Absence Mangement

To Report an Absence:  Call 1-800-942-3797 or Click Here

  • All Absences must be reported to Absence Management even if you do not require a substitute.
  • Absences should be entered as soon as you know you will be out. The system will accept absences up until one hour before they begin.

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If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Substitute Service Coordinator Danielle McCaslin at ext 101, or dmccaslin@djusd.net

 

Substitutes appreciate it when:

  • You leave detailed and organized plans.
  • The materials they are to present are relevant and engaging.
  • You give them feedback of their work, both positive and negative.
  • You treat them as the valuable resources they are.