Religious Leave. A member of the bargaining unit may utilize up to three (3) days without loss of pay or deduction of personal leave to observe recognized religious holidays of his/her faith if such observance reasonably required such leave. Notice of intention to utilize such leave, which must identify the religious holiday, shall be given in writing to the immediate supervisor at least fifteen (15) calendar days in advance.
Religious Leave. Teachers shall be allowed to use up to two (2) sick leave days with pay per year for required observance of a recognized religious holiday of the teacher’s faith, when such observance is not possible outside of working hours. The teacher shall notify the Principal of intended use of sick leave under this Section at least two (2) school days prior to such use, and shall include the holiday for which the day or days shall be used.
Religious Leave. A faculty member may utilize up to three (3) days without loss of pay or deduction of personal leave to observe recognized religious holidays of his/her faith if such observance reasonably requires such leave. Notice of intention to utilize such leave shall be given in writing at least fifteen (15) calendar days in advance. Additional days of leave for such observance may be granted at the discretion of the appropriate administrator provided such additional days shall be without pay or shall be made up on some other date on which the faculty member is not scheduled to work, and provided further no such additional leave shall be granted if the faculty member has unused personal business leave.
Religious Leave. Written request for required observance of religious holidays shall be made one (1) week in advance to the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources. Such leave will not exceed three (3) days. Such absence will not be charged to sick leave or to personal day. Travel time to and from places of religious worship is not covered by this Section.
Religious Leave. A teacher who has utilized all available Emergency-Personal Business Leave in order to celebrate religious holidays and later has need of Emergency- Personal Business Leave may request approval for two (2) additional Emergency-Personal Business Leave Days from the Superintendent. Such leave will be subject to all other applicable provisions regarding Emergency-Personal Business Leave.
Religious Leave. If, because of religious conviction or membership, a teacher desires to celebrate a holiday on some day other than those dates designated on the school calendar, the teacher may apply for a day of personal leave.
Religious Leave. It is agreed that every effort will be given to accommodating the employee in meeting their religious commitments in attending various tribal or secular ceremonies by allowing the flexibility in granting appropriate leave (which may also include a combination of various types of leave). Advance collaboration between the employee and his/her supervisor will be required in order to address workload requirements. An employee may also request the opportunity to perform compensatory overtime work for the purpose of taking compensatory time off.
Religious Leave. Teachers may receive up to two (2) additional personal days each year for commonly accepted religious holidays, such as Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, where the tenets of the teacher's religion prohibit work on such days and require their attendance at religious services. Teachers must give the Superintendent five (5) days advance notice. These days will not be charged against short-term leave days.