It is the mission of Sidney City Schools to inspire, empower, and prepare our students for their best future.
Our vision is to meet the needs of all students in a safe, respectful, and responsible learning community.
Sidney City Schools seeks qualified applicants who are innovative, enthusiastic, and looking for the opportunity to make a difference for our students and community.
Sidney City Schools is actively seeking substitutes in the following areas: teachers, custodians, bus drivers, and cooks.
The district is always looking to hire substitute teachers, custodians, cooks, and bus drivers. If interested in being a substitute in any of those capacities, please contact Lisa Beigel.
Please do not contact administrators, principals, or the superintendent regarding employment unless specifically asked.
Sidney City Schools uses an online application system, which allows you to apply for current and future job openings.
Sidney City Schools no longer accepts paper applications or paper resumes. If you submitted a paper application or resume previously and are interested in current or future job openings, you must resubmit through the online application system by clicking APPLY NOW above.
Don't have a computer? Computers are available at the Sidney Board of Education office for submitting an application.
- Hours: 8:00AM–4:00PM
- Available Monday–Friday (when the Board of Education office is open)
- 750 S. Fourth Avenue, Sidney OH
On Being a Yellow Jacket
The Sidney City School District is located in Sidney, Ohio, a community of approximately 20,000 people located in west-central Ohio. The Sidney City School District serves the City of Sidney and the Villages of Port Jefferson and Maplewood.
It is in Shelby County along the I-75 corridor between exits 90 and 94, 35 miles north of Dayton. Sidney has a strong industrial base made up of such corporations as Emerson Climate Technologies, Freshway Foods, Energizer, Advanced Composites, Cargill, PlyGem, Honda, and many others, which employ over 10,000 people from the area. In addition, Sidney serves as the county seat and is led by a strong city government of seven elected council members and a professional City Manager.
The Sidney Community is a vibrant place to live, work, and play, with a vast park system including a 200-acre metro park with natural and paved trails. You'll find an active community of doers and givers.