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UESF’s Substitute Committee Representatives – 2014
Election Results:
Vice Chair
Elizabeth Conley
Assembly Representatives
Tina Lee Choy
Elizabeth Conley
Stephen M. Dolgin
Dante Gutierrez
Dennis W. Fox
Linda Freed
Frank D. Lubudzik III
Kanikah Lemon-Jones
Sherry Linker
Alan Lovaasen
Tay McArthur
Nancy Petercupo
Mark Podhorecki
D. Raquel Sperling
Erwin Steinbeisser

UESF Substitute Division

Sub Call in Number:  (415) 345-0064

Log in to the SFUSD Sub System Online:
substitutes.sfusd.edu

More phone numbers & advice

This page is a resource for substitute teachers in the San Francisco Unified School district. It will be updated periodically, as issues affecting substitutes come up. Important links are also available below.

Substitute Hotline (956-8373)

UESF has set up a Substitute Hotline for folks to call if they have any questions or concerns. The hours are Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30-6:00 p.m.

You may also email UESF Vice President for Substitutes Darlene Anaya, if you have any questions.

Monthly Meetings

Below is the list of important monthly meetings. Please check the UESF Calendar for changes in dates and locations.

UESF Executive Board Meeting
(First Wednesday, every month)
4:00 p.m. @ Ida B. Wells High School
(1099 Hayes St.)

UESF Assembly Meeting
(Third Wednesday, every month)
4:00 p.m. @ Ida B. Wells High School
(1099 Hayes St.)

Substitute Division Meeting
(Fourth Wednesday, every month)
4:15 p.m. @ Ida B. Wells High School – Room 4
(1099 Hayes St.)

UESF Substitute Representatives

Vice-President for Substitutes
Darlene Anaya

Executive Board
Daniel Markarian
Marilyn Cornwell

Substitute Division Representatives
Tina Lee Choy
Elizabeth Conley
Stephen M. Dolgin
Dante Gutierrez
Dennis W. Fox
Linda Freed
Frank D. Lubudzik III
Kanikah Lemon-Jones
Sherry Linker
Alan Lovaasen
Tay McArthur
Nancy Petercupo
Mark Podhorecki
D. Raquel Sperling
Erwin Steinbeisser

Additional information for substitutes:

Substitute Assignment Tips
It is worthwhile to check the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) the district says it has installed on its website (SFUSD.edu) to check whether your common sense understanding matches their processes.  Did you know that “No Records Found” and “No Work Available” means that the lines are busy?  The district says their off-the-shelf program cannot make the change to something like “Busy, try again”. When the above messages are received the phone callers have to hang up and call again.  On-line users have to refresh their cache or press the search button.

Working Families Tax Credit
Substitute teachers and paraprofessionals are among those who may qualify for the City of San Francisco Working Families Tax Credit. To qualify for the City funds you must also file for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and have at least one dependent child. More information is available at http://www.workingfamiliescredit.org/.

Sub links:

Substitute Fact Sheet – 2011-2012 school year

Substitute Division Bylaws of UESF

Substitute Salary Schedule for Certificated

Substitute Salary Schedule for United Support Personnel (Paras) 

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