Extended Personal Leave Sample Clauses

Extended Personal Leave. Leave without pay for up to one (1) year may be granted to a teacher provided said teacher has been actively employed for five (5) continuous contract years preceding the granting of this leave and has not been granted an extended part-time leave within that period. Application for said leave shall include a statement indicating the purpose of the leave and shall be submitted, except in unusual circumstances, as determined by the District, thirty (30) days prior to the date the leave is to commence.
Extended Personal Leave a. A teacher who has fathered a child may apply for a child rearing leave for a period not to exceed the balance of the school year in which the child is born, and upon proper reapplication, one (1) succeeding school year. Such leave shall be considered as personal leave without pay.
Extended Personal Leave. Personal leave without pay not to exceed thirty (30) 26 days may be granted at the discretion of the Superintendent. Personal leave in 27 excess of thirty (30) days shall be subject to approval by the Board.
Extended Personal Leave. Personal leave without pay up to thirty (30) days may be 1 granted at the discretion of the Superintendent. Personal leave in excess of thirty (30) days 2 shall be subject to Board approval.
Extended Personal Leave. Teachers under regular contract who teach one-half or more of the instructional day, may be granted extended personal leave for a period of up to one (1) school year. Such leave will be requested on the Extended Personal Leave Request Form in the same manner as any other leave. Any extended personal leave will be without pay or EVSC contribution to health insurance, vision, dental, LTD, life insurance, or fringe benefit of any kind. However, a teacher who has been granted extended personal leave may continue to participate in the group health insurance and life insurance made available by the Board, as well as other forms of insurance in which the teacher is participating at the time the leave is granted, if the teacher pays the full premium during the extended personal leave period according to the schedule provided by the Office of Business Affairs. If a teacher takes extended personal leave, the affected teacher will not be eligible to apply for additional extended personal leave for a period of seven (7) years. To be eligible for consideration of leave under the provisions of this paragraph, a teacher must submit a request for leave prior to March 1 preceding the school year in which the leave is to be effective; provided, however, if circumstances develop which result in an unforeseen situation, the superintendent, at his discretion, may waive the March 1 notification date. Upon return of a teacher from the leave provided for in this section to employment with the Board, the Board will:
Extended Personal Leave. After seven (7) consecutive years with the Cooperative, leave for personal reasons may be granted without pay for a period not to exceed one (1) year. Application for personal leave must be made at least thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of the leave. Upon return from such leave, a professional employee will be assigned to their original position. Should their original position not be available, they will be placed in a position for which they are qualified.
Extended Personal Leave. Any SSP employee, upon application and recommendation by the Superintendent, may be granted a leave of absence for a definite period of time without salary when such a leave would be beneficial to the District and the SSP employee. Such leaves may be for use in advanced study. All leaves of absence will be considered by the Superintendent with recommendations to the Board. Except in unusual circumstances, extended personal leave will not be granted probationary SSP employees. All employees must make application at least one month in advance of the beginning of such leave, except in cases of hardship.
Extended Personal Leave. A permanent full-time employee may be granted a leave of absence without pay for up to a maximum of one (1) year for personal reasons as listed below provided such a leave does not adversely affect the teaching program of the District.
Extended Personal Leave. A teacher who has exhausted sick leave and is unable to return to work may be granted an extended personal leave as provided for in Section 1(f) above.