Act of God Days. Act of God days are defined as scheduled days of student instruction which are not held because of conditions not within the control of school authorities such as inclement weather, fires, epidemics, mechanical breakdowns, or health conditions as defined by the county or state health authorities.
Act of God Days. If, at any time during the life of this Agreement it becomes lawful to count as days of pupil instruction, days when pupil instruction is not provided due to conditions not within the control of school authorities (e.g., inclement weather, severe storms, fires epidemics, mechanical break downs or health conditions), it is agreed that all employees in the bargaining unit shall be paid for the day.
Act of God Days. Nothing in this Article shall require the Board to keep schools open in the event of severe and inclement weather or when otherwise prevented by an act of God. When schools are closed to students, due to the above conditions, teachers are not required to report to duty, and shall be notified. When openings are delayed due to the above conditions, teachers' hours shall be shortened accordingly, and they shall be notified. In either case, the teacher shall suffer no loss of pay. Act of God Days, allowed by law, will not be subject to rescheduling. Only student days/contact hours will be rescheduled, if required by law. This agreement supersedes the conditions outlined in the Stipulated Arbitration Award of November 14, 2007.
Act of God Days. On those days that school is closed due to inclement weather or other emergency, then bargaining unit members will not be required to come to work and will be in a paid status. In the event that management calls an employee to work on such day for snow removal or other district-determined needs for work, then the employee shall receive one compensatory day for each day so worked, to be used during the school year in which it is earned extended through August 31st, subject to prior approval by management. On such days, time worked in excess of eight (8) hours will be credited as one and one-half hours’ compensatory time. If the school district experiences a partial shutdown due to unforeseen conditions affecting only part of the school district’s operations, then employees in affected areas will be reassigned by management. It is understood that all such reassignments shall be to work that is customarily done by the employee (i.e., maintenance employees will perform maintenance duties only). Employees scheduled for reassignment as a result of a partial shutdown will be allowed, at their discretion, to utilize accrued personal business or vacation time in lieu of the reassignment. Said vacation usage will not be charged as emergency vacation time.
Act of God Days. The past practice of allowing “compensatory time off” for fifty-two(52) week Employees who report to and work during days that school(s) are closed due to Acts of God will no longer be effective. It is understood that forty-one (41) week Employees who are either instructed not to report and/or are sent home because of Acts of God, shall continue to receive pay so as not to suffer loss of pay and/or benefits.
Act of God Days. When student instruction days are canceled due to inclement weather or other conditions which make it impractical to hold classes, and bus routes are thereby canceled, drivers will not be required to report and will be paid for the route according to their time allotment, unless the day is to be rescheduled for work at another date. If the student instruction day is to be rescheduled for work at another date, the driver will not report for work and will not be paid for the day, but will work and be paid for the day as rescheduled. When the "main roads only" policy is in effect, only those drivers who report for work will be paid. Hours assigned in a substitute capacity in advance of a canceled school day shall be counted in calculating the employee's normal daily pay.
Act of God Days. Act of God days are defined as scheduled days of student instruction which are not held because of conditions not within the control of school authorities such as inclement weather, fires, epidemics, mechanical breakdowns, or health conditions as defined by the county or state health authorities. Nothing in this Agreement shall require the Employer to keep offices--school and administrative--open in the event of inclement weather or when otherwise prevented by an Act of God, which is defined for the purposes of this Article, as school closing caused by those conditions mentioned above other than inclement weather.
Act of God Days. Act of God" days beyond the allowance by Michigan Law and the Department of Education regulations will be made up by the students and assistants at the end of the school year or at other times as specified by the calendar. Assistants will only receive compensation for the "Act of God" days allowed. When a scheduled day of schoolwork is delayed, association members shall report as near as possible to their regular starting times. Assistants will receive their full day's pay when the school day is shortened due to weather or mechanical problems.