Two Additional Camden County School Districts Partner with Source4Teachers

July 5, 2017

New Jersey based substitute teacher provider adds two partners in Camden County, will serve 104 statewide partners during 2017-18 school year

CHERRY HILL, NJ – Two additional Camden County, New Jersey school districts have partnered with Source4Teachers, a leading national provider of educational managed service solutions for K-12 school districts.

With agreements now in place with Black Horse Pike Regional School District and Winslow Township School District, Source4Teachers will serve 14 partners in Camden County and 104 throughout the Garden State in 2017-18.

Black Horse Pike and Winslow switched to Source4Teachers after ending their relationships with Insight and Delta-T, respectively.

“It’s always a unique honor to serve our home county’s students in New Jersey,” said Kendley Davenport, Chief Executive Officer at Source4Teachers. “We’ve had tremendous success throughout the Garden State, and whenever we add new partners, it’s a testament to the hard work of our employees – the ones on the ground in classrooms and school buildings each day. We look forward to welcoming more of them into the Source4Teachers family as we expand our service in Camden County.”

The partnerships call for Source4Teachers to recruit, screen, train, hire, place and manage applicants looking to serve as substitutes throughout the two Districts. The organization will place daily and long-term substitute teachers in Winslow Township Schools, and will place daily and long-term substitute teachers and paraprofessionals in Black Horse Pike Regional Schools.

Source4Teachers is planning several hiring events in each District, at which attendees will be provided with information about the company, job requirements, the hiring and training processes, positions available and pay rates. Information will be published on Source4Teachers’ hiring events page (www.Source4Teachers.com/HiringEvents).

In accordance with New Jersey Department of Education requirements, all substitute teachers must have a minimum of 60 college credits, a valid New Jersey criminal history letter with fingerprint screening and a negative tuberculosis test obtained within six months of initial employment, among other requirements.

 

The Black Horse Pike Regional School District provides education to more than 3,600 students from Bellmawr, Gloucester Township, and Runnemede, New Jersey, covering three regional high schools and employing 285 teachers.

The Winslow Township School District provides education to more than 4,500 of the New Jersey Township’s students, covering eight Pre-K – Grade 12 schools and employing 469 teachers.

“When the regular teacher is out, it is critically important that a capable substitute is in the classroom,” Davenport said. “With the teacher pool shrinking, we are gratified that districts like these count on us to meet the staffing challenges they face.”

Recognized with several awards for its entrepreneurial vision and growth, Source4Teachers has become a national leader in the educational services space. The service provider was named one of Forbes Magazine’s America’s Best Large Employers of 2017, ranking #178 of 1,085 organizations considered, and ranking third in the “Business Services & Supplies” category. Source4Teachers was the only educational staffing provider to be named to the list.

About Source4Teachers:
Established in 2000, Source4Teachers is a leading provider of educational managed solutions.  They recruit, hire, train, place and manage qualified substitute teachers, substitute paraprofessionals and educational support staff throughout the U.S.  Each day, the organization fills more than 10,000 daily and long-term school vacancies for more than 280 clients, representing more than 2,000 schools and serving one million students. For more information, call (877) 983-2244 or visit Source4Teachers.com.