Academic Calendar. The academic calendar of each university shall be established by the President. Prior to establishing or making changes in the calendar, the President/designee shall afford opportunity to meet and confer with the Association.
Academic Calendar. The Superintendent will establish a baseline school calendar each year, including student start date, school vacations and holidays. The Employer may alter the academic calendar each year as needed. School and professional development sessions will not be held on state and federal holidays. However, academic programs such as Acceleration Academies may be held on these days.
Academic Calendar. 9.1 The academic year is divided into two semesters of fifteen weeks (fourteen weeks of instruction and one week of final examinations) plus a summer semester. The summer semester will consist of one twelve-week term (C Term) that is further divided into two terms of six weeks each (Terms A and B). The fall semester will end mid-December. When developing the calendar for a specific academic year the parties will make a good faith effort to include 70 instructional days in each semester. Standard course scheduling during these semesters will provide for 55 minute Monday-Wednesday-Friday classes and 80 minute Tuesday-Thursday classes.
Academic Calendar. Employees on individual contracts shall begin work no earlier than August 1. Pre-academic year activities may be scheduled during the ten (10) days prior to the beginning of classes in the Fall Semester with written notification to faculty prior to the end of the preceding Spring Semester. The established calendar will exclude a period of time of at least fourteen (14) consecutive calendar days including Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Employees' duties under an Academic Year contract shall end at the completion of exams, graduation, and reports for the Spring Semester. Employees' duties under a three
Academic Calendar. The Administration shall develop the academic calendar in consultation with the Association. In this calendar, the contract year shall begin one week before the start of the fall term classes and shall extend for 39 weeks. The academic week shall extend from Monday through Friday even though some classes may be scheduled on Saturday and Sunday, and the academic day shall extend from 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Holidays shall be observed in accordance with the provisions of Section 124.19 of the O.R.C. The following days shall be observed as holidays, and no classes will be scheduled on the days when these holidays are observed: Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, the Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day. When a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, either the preceding Friday or the following Monday shall be observed as a holiday, and no classes shall be scheduled. The scheduling of department meetings shall take into account the weekend teaching schedules of department faculty.
Academic Calendar. The University shall develop the academic calendar in consultation with the Association, which will be involved from the onset of the process. The Association shall appoint two (2) representatives to work with the administration in development of the calendar.
Academic Calendar. 5.8.1 In order to provide adequate planning time for the issuance of the academic calendar, representatives from SVCFT and the college administration shall agree to actual dates for the academic calendar by the last day of winter quarter in the year prior to adoption by the Board of Trustees.
Academic Calendar. A. Academic Calendar
Academic Calendar. The academic calendars for credit instruction and noncredit instruction, as negotiated by the parties, are subject to approval by the State Chancellor's Office. Unit Members must attend the mandatory non-student duty days as scheduled on the negotiated calendars. Effective Fall 2017, two additional non-student mandatory Flex Days will be added to the academic calendar for credit and non-credit. These two days will consist of professional development activities “in-lieu-of” regular instruction. Flex activities may include, but are not limited to, compliance/training programs and workshops in activities such as course and program development and revision, professional development activities, development of new instructional materials, and other instruction-related activities.