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Reasonable accommodations are available for persons with disabilities to complete the application and/or interview process. Applicants/individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may contact the District’s ADA Office, Mrs. Carmen Bush, 701 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Bonifay, FL , email [email protected], or call 850-547-9341 x1253 for assistance.

Appointments are required for fingerprinting. Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00-11:00 a.m. are the available days and times. Please call Georgia at 850-547-9341, ext. 1232, to schedule your fingerprinting.

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Employment Documents

The following documents must be filled out completely and returned to the school office prior to working in the school system.  Only fill out the application form that applies to your position (instructional or non-instructional.)  Substitutes should fill out the non-instructional form.

Job Openings

Title Location Closing Date Contact Phone
SPEECH and LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST Holmes County District Office 5/24/24 Donnita Butorac 850-547-9341 ext.1233
MATH TEACHER Holmes County High School 5/24/24 Laurence Pender 850-547-9000
10 MONTH SOCIAL WORKER *SEE ATTACHED QUALIFICATIONS* 5/24/24 Greg Sallas [email protected]
ESE TEACHER Bonifay K-8 School 5/24/24 Chey Bowers or Tiffany Steverson 850-547-3631
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE ** QUALIFICATIONS ATTACHED ** 5/24/24 Carmen Bush [email protected]
AIDE Graduation Assistance Program (GAP) 5/24/24 Kim Cullifer [email protected]
4 - HOSPITAL/HOMEBOUND TEACHERS Holmes County District Office 5/24/24 Donnita Butorac 850-547-9341
BUS DRIVER Holmes District Schools 5/24/24 Shane Bush 850-547-9341 ext. 1230
(2) - 6-12 TEACHERS Ponce de Leon High School 5/24/24 Anissa Locke 850-836-4242
AIDE Ponce de Leon High School 5/24/24 Anissa Locke 850-836-4242

Requirements for Aide Positions

Federal law maintains that each state is responsible for “maintaining qualifications to ensure that personnel necessary to carry out this part are appropriately and adequately prepared and trained, including that those personnel have the content knowledge and skills to serve children with disabilities” [IDEA Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1412 (2004)].


Both the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) outline expectations for school districts throughout the country to properly train and supervise paraprofessionals. Title I of the ESEA, as amended by the NCLB Act requires that paraprofessionals serving in an instructional capacity meet higher standards of qualification. Those qualifications include having earned a secondary (high) school diploma or a recognized equivalent. In addition, paraprofessionals must meet one of the following requirements:

  • completed at least two years of study at an institution of higher education;
  • obtained an associate’s degree or higher; or
  • met a rigorous standard of quality demonstrating, through formal state or local academic assessment, knowledge of and the ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics. (Florida uses the ETS ParaPro Assessment to meet this qualification.  Passing score is 464.)

 Click here to register for the ETS ParaPro Assessment.