Employment with D.C. Everest School District

  • D.C. Everest is nationally recognized for its innovative curriculum, integration of advanced technologies, expansive extracurricular offerings and robust community partnerships that expand opportunities for students.

    As you explore career opportunities at D.C. Everest, we encourage you to learn more about why you should consider our District and community by reviewing the videos and materials available on this page. 

    Human Resources Contacts

    Kristy Eder, Human Resources Coordinator, ext. 1226

    Riana Mefferd, Human Resources Assistant, ext. 1244

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    All of our job openings are posted on WECAN.

    • Administrators
    • Coaching/Co-Curricular
    • Community Services
    • Custodial/Maintenance
    • Paraprofessional
    • School Nutrition*
    • Secretarial/Clerical
    • Student Services
    • Substitutes (Teacher, Assistant, Custodian, Food Service)
    • Summer School Program
    • Teachers
    • Technology

    View Current Certified Staff Vacancies on WECAN

    View Current Support Staff Vacancies on WECAN

    Instructions for WECAN:

    • Check the job postings as often as you like. All vacancies are kept up-to-date on the WECAN website.
    • Complete the online application for each position you are interested in.
    • If you wish, you may attach a copy of your resume, letters of recommendation, and/or transcripts as a file attachment to the online application.
    • Not all applicants are granted interviews. Applicants will receive an email letting them know if a position has been filled.
    • If you have questions regarding the status of your application, you may email the Human Resources Coordinator, Kristy Eder.
    • WECAN Candidate Basic Operations

    *School Nutrition Job Openings: WECAN is preferred for applications, but candidates can also apply with our paper School Nutrition Application.


  • Substitute Teachers

    Applications are accepted on WECAN.

    If you are a licensed teacher and would like to substitute for us, please apply now! We will be contacting qualified candidates for interviews.

    We will need a copy of your teaching license before you can begin substitute teaching, as only candidates with current/active DPI licenses will be considered for substitute teaching.

    If you are interested in becoming a substitute teacher, but are not a licensed teacher you can follow these links to learn more about the three types of trainings you can choose from.

    After you complete the training, you then need to apply for a license with the Wisconsin DPI. All substitutes must be licensed before we can allow you to substitute.

    Substitute Teacher Trainings Dates and Registration Links:

    Learn more about CESA9 Substitute Teacher Training here.


    Effective January 1, 2022

    Short-term substitute teacher wage will be $136 for a full day and $68 for a half day.

    Long-term substitute teacher wage will be $232 for a full day and $116 for a half day.

    Substitutes can also earn an additional stipend for days worked from January 1st through the end of the school year: 

    Days Worked     Guest Teacher      Paraprofessional

    10 or less                     $0                    $0

    11 – 19                        $150                $75

    20 – 29                        $300                $150

    30 – 39                        $450                $225

    40 – 49                        $600                $300

    50 – 59                        $750                $375

    60 – 69                        $900                $450

    70 – 79                        $1050              $525

    80 or more                  $1200              $600


    Please see the Substitute Teacher Handbook for more information.

Opportunity Spotlight

  • Wisconsin Reading Corps Positions at D.C. Everest

    The D.C. Everest District has been selected to join the Wisconsin Reading Corps Literacy Program. This program provides trained literacy tutors who help at-risk students (pre-K through 3rd grade) become successful readers. No experience? No problem. Reading Corps trains ordinary people to become extraordinary tutors. 

    Reading Corps tutor benefits include:

    • Earning a stipend every two weeks
    • Earn money for college tuition or student loans. (Tutors 55 and older may gift the award to their child, grandchild, stepchild, or foster child.) 
    • Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
    • Free health insurance and childcare assistance for those who qualify. 

    D.C. Everest has eight (8) Reading Corps positions for the 2022-23 school year available. Learn more about the:


Why D.C. Everest

  • At D.C. Everest, we prepare our students for 21stcentury career opportunities by helping them develop the academic, career and life skills they need to succeed in a rapidly evolving job market. To develop those skills, we help students discover what their talents are, locate where their interests lie, determine what career paths suit their goals, provide them with hands-on educational and extracurricular opportunities, and help them become adept at applying what they’ve learned to real-world challenges.


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  • The Board does not discriminate on the basis of the Protected Classes of race, color, national origin, age, sex (including transgender status, change of sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity), pregnancy, creed or religion, genetic information, handicap or disability, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, military service (as defined in 111.32, Wis. Stats.), ancestry, arrest record, conviction record, use or non-use of lawful products off the District’s premises during non-working hours, declining to attend an employer-sponsored meeting or to participate in any communication with the employer about religious matters or political matters, or any other characteristic protected by law in its employment practices.