4-2 USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES Sample Clauses

4-2 USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES. 4-2-1 The Association shall have the right to use school buildings for Association meetings provided advance approval is granted by the District in accordance with the District Building Use Guidelines. 4-2-2 The Association shall have the right to deliver and receive materials through the school mail delivery service. Materials will be collated and ready for delivery. 4-2-3 The Association shall have the right to place notices, circulars and other material relevant to the Association’s activities in Paraprofessionals’ mailboxes and on a designated school bulletin board in the faculty lounge or common staff work areas not normally accessible to students. 4-2-4 The Association accepts full responsibility for material posted on bulletin boards and/or delivered through the school mail as it relates to Association business. 4-2-4-1 As a courtesy, a copy of general announcements and postings shall be forwarded to the Office of Human Resources. 4-3 ASSOCIATION RIGHTS 4-3-1 The president of the Association shall be permitted to visit schools. Upon arrival at any school, the president shall immediately notify the Office of the Principal of her presence. No visit shall disrupt an employee’s duties or work schedule. 4-4 PARAPROFESSIONAL RIGHTS 4-4-1 A Paraprofessional shall not be disciplined, reduced in compensation, or otherwise inequitably treated by administration without cause. 4-4-2 A Paraprofessional shall be given prior notice and a representative from the Association shall be present unless waived in writing by the employee when she/he is to receive any form of verbal or written discipline by the Board or its agents. 4-4-2-1 Paraprofessionals shall have the right to submit a written rebuttal to any verbal or written discipline or complaint that may be placed in the personnel file and such written rebuttal shall be attached to the disciplinary item in the file. Any written discipline or complaint is subject to Article 6. 4-4-3 Paraprofessionals shall have access to their personnel file in accordance with the Colorado Open Records Law. 4-4-3-1 There shall be only one official personnel file maintained by the District for each Paraprofessional. 4-4-3-2 The District shall not place any item in an employee’s personnel file without the employee’s knowledge. 4-4-4 Written notations reflecting upon an aspect of a Paraprofessional’s professional conduct, which notations do not constitute a formal written warning, shall be of no force and effect if not reduced to form...