Current Employment Opportunities

Updated 05/23/2024


Letters of interest and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For teaching positions, please use the Certified Application located below.


Letters of interest and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For non-teaching positions, please use the Non-Certified Application located below.


Letters of interest and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For coaching or volunteer positions, please use the Coaching Application located below.


If you have any questions regarding an application or required documents, please contact Jacqui Patton at the Administration Office.


Substitute Teachers Needed

Fremont Community Schools is looking for highly qualified substitute teachers. Substitute teacher pay is $100 with a teacher's license per day and $95 without a license.

Valid Indiana Teaching License or an Indiana Substitute Teaching Permit. To obtain an Indiana Substitute Teaching Permit go to or call the Indiana Department of Education at 866-542-3672.

To Apply Contact:

Kim Woodson - 629-401-4478


Expanded Criminal History Report

Thank you for your interest in being an employee with Fremont Community Schools. Fremont Community Schools requires all potential employees, including substitute teaching applicants, to obtain an Expanded Criminal History prior to beginning employment with the School Corporation.

The applicant is responsible for all costs associated with obtaining the Expanded Criminal History. All criminal history reports are confidential and shall not be released or disseminated publicly.

Fremont Community Schools utilizes the services of Safe Hiring Solutions. We will retrieve a copy of your criminal history report once we are notified by Safe Hiring Solutions and then notify you upon receipt. Pending approval, applicant will be ready for employment with Fremont Community Schools.

Please Note: Once you have ordered the Safe Hiring Solutions report you will receive two emails from the Indiana Department of Child Services to complete their application. The emails will come from and most likely will go to your spam. The IDCS application expires 10 days from the date of the email.

If you are an existing employee completing your 5 year update, you will NOT receive the two DCS emails. You will only complete the first initial step of the background check.

The State of Indiana changed the law (HEA 1079) in 2017. Requiring all school employees to have an expanded background check every five years

What is HEA 1079?

HEA 1079 mandates that every school in the state of IN have an updated Expanded Criminal History background check on file for every employee. This includes lunch workers, janitors, substitutes, teachers, and anyone else on the school’s payroll.

The bill pertains to public and private schools alike. In addition, every five years the Expanded Criminal History check must be updated for every employee. New hires must receive an Expanded Criminal History check prior to starting, and then they must be incorporated into the five-year cycle for updated checks.

It is the policy of the Fremont Community School Corporation not to discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, handicap or age.