Extracurricular Sample Clauses

Extracurricular. 8.4.1 It is understood that teachers are expected to participate in those aspects of student activities which are normal extensions of the classroom program. Also, it is understood that some parameters for extracurricular activities are necessary in order to ensure both the quality of classroom instruction and a viable workload for teachers. The extent of school involvement in extracurricular activities must be determined by the principal and his/her staff. Teachers who have chosen to undertake a specific extracurricular activity shall be committed to that activity for its duration in that school year, unless an emergent situation prohibits continuance.
Extracurricular. For the life of this agreement, extra-curricular stipends will be paid in accordance with the stipend schedule(s) in the appendix. Stipends will be calculated using the current year’s starting salary.
Extracurricular. While the School Committee and the Ipswich Educators Association recognize the value of such activities to the teacher as well as the student, teacher participation in all extra- curricular activities for which additional compensation (as set forth in Appendices to this Agreement entitled High School Boys, etc.,) is paid, shall be voluntary, except where such extra- curricular activities are an official part of a legal and binding contract.
Extracurricular. The procedure for determining salary for all extracurricular assignments shall be attached to and incorporated into this Agreement in Appendix C. There is no obligation on the part of the District to offer the activity. However, if the activity is offered the salary must be paid to the involved bargaining unit member(s).
Extracurricular curricular staffing needs: Each principal will also determine the positions needed in paid co-curricular and extracurricular programs for the effective operation of the school (Article 7.3B vii).
Extracurricular. Those programs and activities not an integral part of the academics or other teaching programs and for which no credit is given. GOOD FAITH: Willingness to consider, propose, make concessions, and counter proposals in an effort to reach a mutually agreeable position. "Good faith" requires the participants in the negotiations to provide good and sufficient reasons to proposals and counter proposals. "Good faith" does not mean that either negotiations team is given the authority to make final commitment for the Board or for the Association.
Extracurricular. 8.4.1 The School Division and the Association agree that while both the School Division and the Association acknowledge the value of extracurricular activities in enriching our schools, it is recognized that teacher involvement in extracurricular activities is voluntary.