Thank you for your interest in Canton Area School District.  If you are interested in any of our current employment opportunities, please complete an application packet and send to us by the deadline date. 
Under Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Law, all applicants will need to provide a "Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Disclosure Release" form.  You will need to provide a completed form from your current employer, all former employers who are school entities or where you worked with children.  Please attach your completed forms to your application packet.  
If you have any questions, please call 570-673-3191 or e-mail bfrye@canton.k12.pa.us.


(Elected / unpaid positions)

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Region II - Canton Borough
Term expiring December 2023

Seeking candidate to fill an unexpired term in Region 2 (Canton Borough).


  • Deep commitment to public education
  • Desire to serve all students in the Canton Area School District
  • Qualified elector (resident) of Region 2

Interested candidates please send a letter of interest and application to Dr. Amy Martell, Superintendent of Schools, Canton Area School District, 509 E. Main Street, Canton, PA  17724. Deadline for application is May 31, 2023.  E.O.E.

(Application can be printed from link above, or may be picked up in the Administrative Office.)



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2023-2024 School Year
Paid School Psychologist Internship for Out-of-State Graduate Students


  • Candidates should be enrolled in a graduate program in School Psychology with satisfactory completion of university requirements and be eligible for internship
  • Must be able to evaluate and interpret data from a variety of assessment measures used in school psychology data-based decision-making
  • Ability to design and implement academic and behavioral interventions
  • Demonstrate understanding of the principles of professional ethics and standards of practice as outlined by the National Association of School Psychologists
  • Ability to use standard office equipment such as personal computers, printer, copy and fax machines, telephone, and software programs


  • Management of Psychological Services, under supervision, for school buildings
  • Consultation with teachers, parents, and IEP team members related to academic and behavioral interventions and educational programming
  • Provide support to students and educational teams in the event of a crisis
  • Participate in collaborative monthly meetings with practicing school psychologists working in a variety of settings
  • Participation in professional development and team-based problem solving for district-level initiatives
  • Support students and families as they transition from early intervention to school-aged services and from school-aged services to adult life

Additional Duties

  • Performs other related tasks as assigned by the School Psychologist, the Special Education Supervisor, and/or the Superintendent

*Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility


  • Follows the school calendar with traditional holidays off
  • Days of work are Monday through Thursday with specific hours dependent on the needs of the district
  • Interns will be supervised by a Pennsylvania Certified School Psychologist


  • $19,000

Qualified candidates, please send the following to Amy Martell, D.Ed., Superintendent, Canton Area School District, 509 East Main Street, Canton, PA 17724 :

  • Letter of interest
  • PA Standard Application
  • Resume
  • Current College Transcript
  • PDE form 6004,
  • Act 168 form

    Application packets are available at the CASD Administration Office, or can be printed from below.
    Clearances will be required for employment.
    Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  E.O.E.


Substitute Teachers


Training offered by CASD staff, OR
For Guest Teacher training at IU17, please click here.


  • Day-to-Day Substitute Teachers – substitutes are paid on a per diem basis at $125 per day and $62.50 per half day.
  • Long-Term Substitute Teachers – $125 per day and $62.50 per half day - employed forty-five (45) consecutive working days for the same position: 1st step of salary guide prorated with no fringe benefits following the 45th consecutive day of service.



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Full time custodian - $13.00 with benefits

Interested candidates, please send the following to Amy Martell, D.Ed., Superintendent, Canton Area School District, 509 East Main Street, Canton, PA 17724 :

  • Letter of interest
  • PA Standard Application
  • Resume
  • PDE form 6004,
  • Act 168 form

    Application packets are available at the CASD Administration Office, or can be printed from below.
    Clearances will be required for employment.
    Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  E.O.E.



  • Paraprofessional - $10/hour
  • Cafeteria - $10/hour
  • Custodian - $10/hour
  • Health Room Assistant/Nurse

Please call 570-673-3191 or visit the Administrative Office, for more information and to request a substitute packet. 




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    The PA Department of Education standard application can be completed and printed here:

    Standard Application

    This standard application is necessary for all positions - classified, professional, coaching, etc.

    Please submit your application, along with a letter of interest, a current resume, a copy of the current teaching certificate (if applicable), copies of transcripts, Act 168, the Arrest/Conviction report, and any current clearances to the Office of the Superintendent.  (The Act 168 and Arrest/Conviction report can be found under the Clearance tab to the left.)


     Below are the 3 required Background Checks/Clearances for employment or volunteering at a PA public School and 2 additional forms required with all applications:

    • Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearances (CY113)
    • Pennsylvania Criminal Record Checks (SP4-164)
    • Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Criminal Background Checks
    • Act 168
    • Act 24



    (updated 7/30/2019)

    Please refer to this page when completing your clearance applications, the three clearances are from different agencies and the procedures for each differ. When you receive the clearances you must provide them to the Canton Area School District Administrative Office.  For assistance, email or call Peggy Guzik @ 570-673-3191 or pguzik@canton.k12.pa.us

     All school employees and active substitutes are required by PA School Code to provide new clearances every five years.

    • Employees are responsible for obtaining and providing up to date clearances before the expiration of previous clearances.
    • Volunteer clearances are NOT acceptable for the purpose of employment.
    • It is important to refer to the detailed instructions below when completing applications for clearances.

    The cost to obtain the clearances is as follows:  $13.00 for Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, $22.00 for Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check and $23.85 for Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Criminal Background Checks.  As is true with the clearances obtained at the inception of employment, these clearances must be obtained and paid for by the employee. Please note that the School District does not receive information directly from the clearance agencies and your home address and other personal contact information should be used in all areas of the application forms.


    PA Criminal Record Check Clearance

    https://epatch.state.pa.us/Home.jsp    It is important to choose "EMPLOYMENT" as the reason for the request.  Applying online enables you to print the clearance immediately, to print the clearance you will click on the blue link containing the Control Number and then click on the blue link for Certificate Form.  (Your name and address should be used in the section as requester and again in the section as the subject of the record check.)


    Child Abuse History Clearance 

    https://www.compass.state.pa.us/CWIS   For Purpose of Clearance you must check the box for "SCHOOL EMPLOYEE governed by the Public School Code".   The section on agency/organization name and payment authorization code should not be completed.  Please skip to the section on Applicant Demographic Information and continue to complete all the remaining sections on both pages.  It is mandatory to complete the sections on previous addresses and household members, failure to do so will result in the application being returned to you and delays in processing.


    FBI Background Check Clearance Instructions


    It is important to follow the directions below to obtain the correct clearance. 

    FBI Federal Criminal History Background Checks (Act 114 Clearance - CHRI)


    Fee: $23.85; applicants will be provided a paper copy of the report at no extra cost.  Fee is payable to IDEMIA.

    The fingerprint-based background check is a multiple-step process, as follows:

    Registration - The applicant must register prior to going to the fingerprint site. Walk in service is allowed but all applicants are required to complete pre-enrollment in the new Universal Enrollment system. Pre-enrollment can be completed online or over the phone. The registration website is available online 24 hours/day, seven days per week at https://uenroll.identogo.com. Telephonic registration is available at 1-844-321-2101 Monday through Friday, 8am to 6pm EST. During the pre-enrollment process, all demographic data for the applicant is collected (name, address, etc.) along with notices about identification requirements and other important information.


    • Visit https://uenroll.identogo.com and enter the following Service Code for public school district employees (PDE Agency): 1KG6XN and then click the GO button.
    • On the next screen click Schedule or Manage Appointment.
    • The next few screens will collect essential information such as name, date of birth, address, etc. You will need to complete all required information.
    • When you get to the Location screen, you will need to enter your Special Access Code in the field asking you to search for an Enrollment Center by Postal Code, City and State, or Airport Code and click on Search. The Special Access Code you will enter is SP-BLASTIU.  Select your location (Canton) and click Next.
    • On the Date and Time selection screen, please check the box “Walk In” on the right hand side of the screen and click Submit.

    Payment - The applicant will pay a fee of $23.85 for the fingerprint service and to secure an unofficial copy of the Criminal History Record. Major Credit Cards as well as Money orders or cashier’s checks payable to MorphoTrust will be accepted on site for those applicants who are required to pay individually. No cash transactions or personal checks are allowed.

    Fingerprint Locations – After registration, the applicant proceeds to the following site (if you entered the Special Access Code):

    BLaST IU #17
    33 Springbrook Drive
    Canton, PA 17724-9356
    Hours:  Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Fingerprinting - At the fingerprint site the Enrollment Agents (EA) manages the fingerprint collection process. The fingerprint transaction begins when the EA reviews the applicant’s qualified State or Federal photo ID before processing the applicant’s transaction. A list of approved ID type may be found on the IDEMIA website at https://uenroll.identogo.com . Applicants will not be processed if they cannot produce an acceptable photo ID. After the identity of the applicant has been established, all ten fingers are scanned to complete the process. The entire fingerprint capture process should take no more than three to five minutes.

    Report Access – For the public or private school or higher education institution to access the official report via the electronic system, applicants must present their UEID to the hiring entity (as shown on the receipt provided after fingerprint capture). This process allows an applicant to provide multiple potential employers with their UEID, as the report is linked to the UEID number and not assigned to a specific school. If an applicant has lost their receipt or needs to confirm UEID, the applicant may visit the UEP website (https://uenroll.identogo.com/ ) and simply check status of their file by providing alternate personal information. Applicants will enter their personal information after clicking in the lower portion of that screen to obtain their receipt with the UEID.

    Applicants will receive an unofficial copy of their report.  However, the school is required to review the official CHRI online and print a file copy of the CHRI if the applicant is hired by the school or their contractor, or if the applicant is approved for student teaching.


         Applicants must provide the UEID to the School District where they will use this information to access the background report. It is not necessary to wait for the mailed clearance, reports can be accessed by the employer using the UEID # when the fingerprinting is complete.

    The applicant’s scanned fingerprints and registration information will be electronically transmitted by IDEMIA via IDEMIA’s approved channeling process directly to the FBI. The fingerprints are run against the FBI database, and the report is sent directly from the FBI back to IDEMIA. Currently, IDEMIA maintains the reports for five years from the date of the report on a secure server (accessible by authorized representatives). After five years, the reports are destroyed. Neither PDE or the FBI or IDEMIA stores an applicant’s fingerprints. If an applicant is required to obtain a new report, the applicant must be fingerprinted again in order to obtain the report.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:  School entities are not permitted to print a copy of an applicant’s report for the applicant’s personal reference.

    Clearances must be provided to the Canton Area School District Administrative Office according to compliance criteria, failure to maintain and provide updated clearances may result in disciplinary action and can be grounds for termination of employment.



    A school entity or an independent contractor (collectively referred to herein as “hiring entity”) may not hire any applicant for a position in which the employee will have direct contact with children until the school entity has complied with the employment history review process delineated in Act 168. (24 P.S. § 1-111.1).

    A hiring entity must require an applicant for any position in which there is direct contact with children to complete Section 1 of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Disclosure Release form for all employers that fall within the following categories:

    (1). The applicant’s current employer (regardless of whether the employer was a school entity and/or where the applicant had direct contact with children);

    (2). All former employers of the applicant that were school entities; and

    (3). All former employers where the applicant was employed in a position where he or she had direct contact with children.

    Note that the applicant must fill out a separate Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Disclosure Release form for each employer that falls within the above-listed categories. The applicant is not required, however, to disclose current or previous volunteer positions. Under Act 168, the hiring entity is prohibited from hiring an applicant for a position involving direct contact with children unless the applicant provides the required information on the form and consent.

    Act 168 Form


    ACT 24 OF 2011 AND ACT 82 OF 2012

    This standardized form (PDE 6004) is to be used by current and prospective employees of public and private schools for the written reporting by current and prospective employees of any arrest or conviction for an offense enumerated under 24 P.S. 1-111(e) and (f.1). (Offenses are listed on the form.)

     PDE 6004 / Act24 -  Arrest/Conviction Report and Certification Form