Loss of Salary and Partial Year Contracts Sample Clauses

Loss of Salary and Partial Year Contracts. When a contract or regular faculty member is absent for reasons which do not entitle him/her to use any of the authorized leaves, a deduction in salary will be made based on the rate per day obtained by dividing the annual salary rate by the number of days of service included in the adopted school calendar for the year. When a faculty member must be absent from his/her extra pay assign- ment for a reason not covered by an allowable leave, his/her loss of pay is computed as follows: Hours Absent x Hourly Rate of Pay = Loss of Pay. When a contract is written for a faculty member serving less than a full school year or a full term, the amount to be deducted for each day not served, and for which no salary allowance is given will be obtained by dividing the annual salary rate by the number of days of service in the adopted calendar for the year. When a contract is written for one (1) term only, the annual salary rate will be divided by two (2) to obtain the semester rate.
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