Employment Opportunities
The Prescott School District is an affirmative, equal opportunity employer.

Thank you for your interest in the School District of Prescott.

If you have any questions in regards to employment with the Prescott School District, please contact the District Office at 715-262-4224 option 9 with any questions or to confirm the status of your application or Email: district@prescott.k12.wi.us.

Applicants interested in positions should fill out an application with a short letter of interest and bring to the District Office - 715-262-4224 
-- DUE TO COVID-19 PLEASE CONTACT OFFICES TO ARRANGE AN APPOINTMENT. -- 

Applications and letters of interest can also be emailed to district@prescott.k12.wi.us 

Current Job Openings:

Certified Staff - to view job descriptions and apply click here.
  • High School Science Teacher
  • High School Tech Ed
  • Music Education K-5
  • High School Cross Categorical
  • 8th Grade Generalist, long term sub
  • Substitute Teacher
Support Staff - to view job description and apply click here.
  • HR Assistant
  • Food Services Worker & Substitute
  • Special Education Teaching Assistants
  • Custodian - full time
Coaching Positions
none at this time

Substitute Teachers
Interested in Substituting in our District -- We are continually seeking Substitutes for all roles. 
All candidates should fill out an application and please print the following forms and return them to the District Office or email to .

Forms required for all employees (including substitutes):
If you have any questions in regards to employment with the Prescott School District, please contact the District Office at 715-262-4224 option 9 with any questions or to confirm the status of your application or Email: district@prescott.k12.wi.us. Have you ever thought of becoming a Teacher?  The WI Department of Instruction now recognizes individuals who may have worked in their field and are seeking a career change.  Several options are available for those interested in changing careers or adding another teaching license.  For those interested in exploring the various pathways to licensure in Wisconsin, visit the DPI Pathways to Licensure Page.

Do you have an associate degree or higher from an accredited college or university and are interested in becoming an educator? 
Interested applicants can apply for a Three-year Short-Term Substitute license -- applicants can complete a WI DPI approved training. 

There are Three Different training programs available for interested applicants: 


CESA Substitute Teacher Training Dates
Substitute Teaching Institute
WEAC program