Local Substitute Permit

A Local Substitute Permit can be issued for teaching 90 full-time days per school year for those who apply and meet the requirements listed below. Once issued, a Local Substitute Permit expires August 31st in the third year following the year of issuance.

The requirements for a Local Substitute Permit includes the following:

  1. An application and fee in the TEACH system (Please note that registration for TEACH is required before an application can be submitted.)
  2. Fingerprints (Only required if someone has lived outside of Nebraska in the past five years.)
  3. A transcript showing at least 60 semester credit hours
  4. Human Relations Training
  5. A letter from the superintendent of the school district where the local substitute permit will be assigned. The letter can be sent directly to nde.tcertweb@nebraska.gov.

More information on how to send supporting documents can be found in the FAQ section of this website.

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Updated February 4, 2022 2:06pm