Destination AASD: Recruitment Event February 24

Destination AASD: Recruitment Event February 24, 2024
Posted on 01/18/2024

The Appleton Area School District (AASD) is hosting an Educator and Support Staff Recruitment Event on Saturday, February 24 from 8:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. at North High School (5000 N Ballard Rd.).

AASD will be conducting same-day, initial interviews for educators in all license areas and at all grade levels. To participate, attendees MUST apply and complete an application via Frontline before the event. AASD Human Resources will contact applicants directly to schedule an initial interview for 2024-25 school year positions.

The AASD is seeking educators passionate about student success! If you are a recent college graduate, an experienced educator, or a non-traditional educator, looking to join an innovative district for the 2024-25 school year, you are encouraged to attend! You will have an opportunity to meet school leaders, preview openings and participate in an initial interview.

Support Staff
Those interested in joining the AASD as Support Staff should apply via Frontline to be scheduled for an interview. Walk-in interviews for immediate openings are also available.

Our support staff supports the district's mission and goals by playing an important role in ensuring student success.
We have anticipated vacancies at all levels in the areas of:

  • Regular Education and Special Education Paraprofessionals
  • Deaf & Hard of Hearing and English Learner Interpreters
  • Transportation aides
  • Substitute Staff

Learn more about Employment Opportunities in the AASD here.

We know that supporting our staff, developing their talents, and providing high-quality benefits encourages Success for Every Student, Every Day. 

Learn more about the benefits of joining the AASD:


  • New Educator Mentoring
    Providing educators in their first years with a structured, collaborative, and non-evaluative support system will yield professionally empowered educators who understand AASD’s commitment to their continual professional growth, thereby fostering student success.
  • New Staff Induction
  • The AASD’s two-year induction program for Educators contains three main components: an ongoing orientation to welcome all new educators to the district, training and support seminars for professional development tied to the Wisconsin educator standards, and a mentor to provide ongoing instructional and management support.
  • All staff orientation to provide you with a great start!


  • A variety of career paths and positions including leadership positions
  • AASD has robust Staff Development offerings to assist teachers in growth including: 
  • Offerings throughout the year in a variety of areas
  • Dedicated Cultural and Linguistic Response training
  • Master’s Degree program (partnership with UW-Oshkosh to offer an MS in Teaching and Learning.
  • Classes are designed to develop instructional expertise (high-impact teaching and assessment practices) in an AASD Cohort at ⅓ the cost of traditional MSE degrees

Benefits of Working in the AASD

  • Coaching/Resource staff (Technology Integration Specialists, Instructional Coaches, Program
  • Support Teachers for Special Education)
  • Opportunity to try something new with many schools and a variety of positions
  • Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) with dedicated time
  • Personal days 
  • Quality health insurance with access to a no-cost employee health clinic with services including physical therapy and health coaching
  • Dental, vision, and life insurance options
  • Voluntary short-term disability, critical illness, accident, hospital insurance
  • Extensive Employee Wellness and Well-being Program: Gold Level Well Workplace Award winner
  • Competitive, transparent salaries

The Appleton Area School District is located in the heart of the Fox Cities and is the sixth-largest school district in the state. We serve over 15,000 students in our fifteen elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, fourteen Charter schools, and one magnet school.

Working together, students, families, staff, and community will ensure that each graduate is academically, socially, and emotionally prepared for success in life. Every Student, Every Day.