Board of Education. If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition made by the superintendent, or if no disposition has been made within the above-stated time limits, then the grievant shall complete Grievance Report Form, Step III within seven (7) school days after receiving the disposition of the superintendent or his/her designee or after the above-stated time limits have expired, and submit the grievance to the Board by filing a copy with the President of the Board and the superintendent or, upon mutual written agreement of the Board and the Association, to arbitration before an impartial arbitrator as hereinafter provided. If the grievance is submitted to the Board, the Board at its next regularly-scheduled meeting, or subsequent meeting as agreed by the grievant, shall meet with the grievant, the Association representative, and the superintendent and/or his/her designee, to review such grievance in executive session or give such grievance the consideration as it shall deem appropriate. The disposition by the Board shall be made to the grievant by completing Grievance Report Form, Step III, within seven (7) days of the meeting. A notification of such disposition shall be furnished the grievant, the Association, and the immediate supervisor.
Board of Education. (a) If the grievance is not resolved to the grievant’s satisfaction, no later than ten (10) school days after receipt of the Superintendent’s decision, he/she may request a review by the Board of Education. The request shall be submitted in writing through the Superintendent of Schools who shall attach all related papers and forward the request to the Board of Education. The Board, or a committee thereof, shall review the grievance, shall hold a hearing with the employee, if requested, and shall render a decision in writing within twenty (20) school days of receipt of the grievance or if a hearing is held within ten (10) school days of the date of the hearing. Copies of the decision of the Board of Education shall be sent to the aggrieved, the Superintendent, Principal, Supervisor and Association.
Board of Education. If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance by the superintendent, the grievance may be submitted to the Board of Education. Such submission shall be in writing signed by the grievant and the Union, and filed with the superintendent within seven (7) days after the written disposition of Step 2. The Board of Education’s decision may not change or amend the terms, conditions, or applications of this Agreement. No decision of the arbitrator shall in any way be in derogation of the powers, duties and rights established in the employer by constitutional provisions, statutes, or other legislative act. The Board of Education’s decision should be made within thirty (30) calendar days after the close of the hearing. Both parties agree that the decision of the Board of Education shall be final and binding.
Board of Education. It is recognized that the legal responsibility for education is vested in the local Board of Education, and that this responsibility of final decision-making cannot be delegated. The BOARD as employer shall not be required to bargain over matters of inherent managerial policy, which shall include such areas of direction or policy as the functions of the employer, standards of services, its overall budget, the organizational structure and selection of new employees and direction of employees. The BOARD, however, shall be required to bargain collectively with regard to policy matters directly affecting wages, hours and terms and conditions of employment as well as the impact thereon. The BOARD agrees to participate in good faith negotiations as provided herein.
Board of Education a. If the teacher and/or the WTA are not satisfied with the decision at Stage 5.2, the Grievance Committee will file an appeal in writing with the Board of Education within fifteen (15) school days after receiving the decision at Stage 5.2. The official grievance record maintained by the Chief Executive Officer shall be available for the use of the Board of Education.
Board of Education. The Board of Education hereby retains and reserves unto itself all powers, rights, authority, duties and responsibilities conferred upon and vested in it by laws and the constitution of the State of Michigan. The exercise of such shall be limited only by the express terms of this agreement and then only to the extent that these terms are in conformance with the constitution and laws of the State of Michigan and the United States.
Board of Education. It is recognized that the legal responsibility for education and for its management is vested in the local Board of Education and that this responsibility of final decision making cannot be delegated. It is understood that any matter relating to school management not specifically set forth in this Agreement remains within the reserved rights of the Board. Under Illinois law, Board decisions are final in all school matters except where appeal may be made to the courts. However, the Board agrees to participate in good faith negotiations as provided herein. It is agreed that no article, section, clause, term or provision of this agreement shall in any manner whatsoever be construed, interpreted or applied, as a delegation, transfer, modification, alteration, elimination, waiver or abrogation of any right, duty, power, or responsibility of the Board of Education as conferred by the Illinois School Code, including the right to employ or dismiss personnel of Community High School 155.
Board of Education. The Association shall receive three (3) copies of the official agenda at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to each regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting. The Association shall receive three (3) copies of the approved minutes at the same time they are made available to the Board of Education members but in no case more than one (1) month from the date of approval. The Association may request items be placed on regular Board of Education meeting agenda in accordance with rules governing the conduct of the meeting. A designee of the Association may speak on any issue before the Board of Education before a vote is taken in accordance with the rules governing the conduct of the meeting. The Board of Education or its designee(s) shall make every reasonable effort to consult and confer with representatives of the Association prior to effecting changes in any policy or regulation affecting bargaining unit employee relations.