provide social, physical, and academic support in general and special education settings, including but not limited to the cafeteria, classrooms, recess, and assemblies. These services may include ambulatory, eating, toileting assistance, behavior management, academic interventions/enrichment, and data collection.

Pathways to becoming a paraprofessional with Orchard Farm School District.
1. Have 60 credit hours from an accredited college/university
     2. Complete the 20 hour substitute certification course 
Each pathway will allow the applicant to obtain a Missouri Substitute Certification.

 Employment Opportunities!

Orchard Farm paraprofessoinals are reimbursed the cost of their substitute certificate application and fingerprinting if obtained within 30 days of hire.

To learn more about these pathways please visit
Additional paraprofessional resources

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