Beginning fall 2019, admission to all Colorado public baccalaureate awarding institutions (except Colorado School of Mines) will be guaranteed to applicants who have completed any AA or AS degree from a Colorado public two-year institution after high school graduation, provided certain requirements are met. To see these requirements, please refer to the Colorado Commission on Higher Education’s Admissions Standards Policy (effective for students seeking admission for fall 2019 and after), Section titled “Guaranteed Transfer Admissions” at https://highered.colorado.gov/Publications/Policies/Current/i-partf-fall-2019.pdf. Please note: Students transferring to a University of Colorado institution (Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver) must satisfy the CU System’s MAPS (Minimum Academic Preparation Standards) requirement.
Beginning. October 1, 2020, and ending October 1, 2022, the Recipient and its Affiliates shall not pay any of the Recipient’s Corporate Officers or Employees whose Total Compensation exceeded $425,000 in calendar year 2019 (other than an Employee whose compensation is determined through an existing collective bargaining agreement entered into before December 27, 2020):
Beginning. October 1, 2020, and ending October 1, 2022, the Recipient and its Affiliates shall not pay, during any 12 consecutive months of such two-year period, any of the Recipient’s Corporate Officers or Employees whose Total Compensation exceeded $3,000,000 in calendar year 2019 Total Compensation in excess of the sum of:
Beginning with the first bargaining unit member on the seniority list and proceeding in order, each bargaining unit member shall select one day’s assignment. When the end of the list is reached, selection shall resume with the first unit member on the list and proceed in the same manner until all of the available assignments have been taken.
Beginning. 2016-2017, the District shall provide premium payment up to a maximum of $1,300.00 per month on behalf of the full-time employees of the bargaining unit and their dependents towards a Health Insurance Benefit Package for medical insurance and prescription drug coverage, Dental, and Vision Insurance as outlined below through the chosen Insurance Carrier (Currently SISC III- Self Insured Schools of California). Should the cost of the insurance package (Medical with Prescription, Dental, and Vision) exceed this monthly maximum, employees will pay the difference. This balance shall be paid by automatic payroll deduction from the employee’s paycheck(s). Medical Insurance and Prescription Drug Plan $1,171.00 per month Dental Insurance coverage $ 108.00 per month Vision Insurance coverage $ 20.60 per month