On Demand Staffing to Support Distance Learning

Pre-screened, college-educated teachers available to support and enhance your distance learning programs.

A network of qualified and screened educators. 

We handle on-going recruiting, screening and compliance for our reliable network of certificated and classified substitute teachers.

Promote student achievement and staff retention. 

From PD Days, IEP Meetings, testing, to Mondays and Fridays, we supplement your existing sub pool to protect staff morale and boost your fill rates.

Easy to set up and budget-friendly. 

Post requests and fill absences in minutes. Save time and resources with our easy-to-use solution.

Incredible Customer Service. 

Our Customer Success team is here when you need us. 

We’re available via text, live chat, email, and phone.

Our support team is online Monday through Friday, 7 am to 9 pm, and we’re even available on Sundays.

How Swing Helps School Districts

See why teachers and administrators at Cajon Valley Union School District in Southern California have an extra spring in their step this school year.

Case Study

Cajon Valley USD’s Winning
Professional Development Formula

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"It is easy to use. Jobs are accepted that morning (last minute), so we are not scrambling to cover with administrators and extra support. I have had jobs in the eSchool system for 2 or 3 days and no one from our school's sub pool accepted the jobs. I put it in the Swing system, and someone accepts it within 5 to 20 minutes. It's awesome!"

Sub Desk Manager

"I love having Swing for back up. I compared the last 3 years of no sub for a teacher. Swing has made a dramatic change in filling our sub positions."

HR Leader

"Swing has enabled us to find qualified last-minute, short-term substitutes; long-term substitutes; bilingual substitutes; and even short-term subs for long-term substitutes. Their timely, personal communication has been extremely helpful this school year. In short, it has been a delight to work with Swing."

Ravenswood Principal

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