Using Aesop as a Multi-District Substitute

This article will give you an inside look at how multiple-district substitutes use Aesop.

This guide is designed to give more information about the multiple-district substitute functionality in Aesop. This will enable you to access the system with a single PIN of your choice and will also allow you to manage your schedule across the various districts you work with.

​The system recognizes you as a multiple district substitute by matching your first name, last name, and phone number. If the system detects matching information for you in more than one district using Aesop, you will be considered a multiple-district substitute. You may also add districts that you have already signed up for that are not automatically detected.

If you have been recognized as a substitute that works in multiple districts, you will see a message prompting you to create a 6-digit Multi-District PIN number. Click here to learn more about creating a multi-district PIN.

Searching for Jobs

When you log into Aesop using your 6 digit multi-district PIN, you will see jobs from all of your districts in the “Available Jobs” tab. The location will now show not only the name of the specific school but also the name of the school district the job is at.

You can filter the search results according to school district by using the filter button at the top right corner.

Managing Preferences

​Under the “Preferences” tab, you will have the option to manage your personal information, PIN, preferred schools, call times, and more.

To change your personal information, click the Edit button for the district you want to change your personal info for. Once in edit mode, you will be able to choose to apply any changes to just the one district or to all districts.

​When changing things like your Call Times and Preferred Schools, you will be given the option of which district you want to make these changes for.

Adding a New District

Occasionally, you might encounter a situation where a district that you have signed up with is not automatically showing as an option to add in your district list. This may be because you do not have a perfect match in this district to your current phone number, first name, and last name. However, you do have the option to enter the ID and PIN for the district you would like to add manually. To do this click the District List option under the “Preferences” tab.

​This will open up the list of districts you are already associated with. Click the Add a district button to add a district that is not in the list. Once you’ve clicked the Add a district button, you will be asked to log in with the Login ID and PIN you were provided by the district.