Replacement Plan. The coverage for the Replacement Plan coverage begins on the date of product purchase and continues for the period indicated on your sales receipt or until a replacement claim is paid, whichever occurs first. Coverage under this Plan is effective immediately upon the expiration of the shortest portion of the manufacturer’s original written parts and labor warranty. In the event your covered product suffers a mechanical or electrical failure following the expiration of the shortest portion of the manufacturer’s parts and labor warranty, this Plan will replace your original product with a product of equal or similar features and functionality, though not necessarily the same brand. A replacement product may be new or refurbished. The Replacement Plan does not cover trip, labor or shipping. You may be required to ship or deliver the defective product prior to receiving reimbursement or a replacement product. The Replacement Plan will replace components on products where applicable instead of the entire unit on products that consist of self-contained units and/or components, including but not limited to icemakers and rack system components. For instructions on how to obtain a replacement product, please call 0-000-000-0000. The Replacement Plan is limited to one replacement during the lifetime of the Plan and is only available for products that were purchased for less than $500.00. The Replacement Plan is not transferable. Note: The Replacement Plan does not include Food Loss or Power Surge.
Replacement Plan. If You purchased a Replacement Plan, in the event of a claim, We will replace the product with a new, rebuilt or refurbished product of equal or similar features and functionality or, at Our sole discretion, reimburse You for replacement of the product. Upon replacement of a product, We will have no further obligation to replace the product and You will not be entitled to make any further claims for its replacement.
Replacement Plan. This Service Agreement shall be effective as of the date You purchased Your product and is inclusive of the manufacturer’s original written warranty. If for example, the manufacturer provides a split warranty coverage program wherein the term durations are unequal for parts and labor (e.g., three months of labor and twelve months of parts coverage), and You have purchased a 24 month (730 days) extended service agreement, this plan’s liability shall commence on day 91 when the shortest portion of the manufacturer’s warranty ends and will provide labor coverage through day 730. The product manufacturer has primary responsibility for replacement or repair of the covered product during the manufacturer’s warranty period. This Service Agreement shall terminate completely upon replacement of Your product or at the end of the term specified in the sales documentation provided to You with Your purchase of the product and this replacement plan, whichever occurs first. All products replaced under this plan are the property of US in their entirety.
Replacement Plan. Compass Academy uses its own evaluation system as agreed to in the Charter School Agreement with Denver Public Schools and therefore should not be required to report their teacher evaluation data. Compass Academy’s evaluation system will continue to meet the intent of the law as outlined in statute. The methods used for Compass Academy’s evaluation system includes quality standards that are clear and relevant to the administrators’ and teachers’ roles and responsibilities, and have the goal of improving student academic growth, and meet the intent of the quality standards established in SB 10-191. All evaluators will receive training in their school’s evaluation system. All teachers will be evaluated annually, and the evaluation data will be used to inform professional development and employment decisions for teachers. Core course level participation will continue to be reported PURSUANT TO C.R.S. 22-11-503.5, as this is a non- waivable statute. The school will not be required to report data to meet state requirements, including, but not limited to, its teacher evaluation ratings, but will be required to report data to meet federal requirements, including, but not limited to, in-field/out-of-field teachers and years of experience.
Replacement Plan. If You purchased a Replacement Plan, in the event of a covered claim, We will replace the Product with a new, rebuilt or refurbished Product of equal or similar features and functionality, not necessarily same brand, or, at Our sole discretion, reimburse You in the amount of the original purchase price of Your covered Product including taxes, as indicated on Your receipt. Replacement of Your Product will fulfill this Service Agreement in its entirety and will discharge all further obligations under this Service Agreement, where allowed by law. The Replacement Plan is limited to one replacement. We will pay for the cost of shipping Your replacement product back to You if Your Product is replaced. The Replacement Plan is not transferable.
Replacement Plan. All employees of the School will be employed on an at-will basis. The School has teacher agreements with the terms of non-renewal and renewal of employment agreements, and payment of salaries upon termination of employment of a teacher. As a result of these waivers, the school will be able to employ professional staff possessing unique skills and/or background, filling all staff needs. The School will hire teachers on a best-qualified basis. There is no provision for transfers.
Replacement Plan. All employees of RiseUp Community School will be employed on an at-will basis. The school will, as appropriate, hire certified teachers and principals. However, in some instances it may be advantageous for the school to be able to hire qualified teachers and/or administrators without a certificate and who possess unique background and/or skills that fill the need of RiseUp Community School. All teachers of Core Content (Language Arts; Math; Science; Foreign language; Social Studies [Civics, Government, History, Geography, Economics]; Arts) will at a minimum meet at least one of the following guidelines set forth in the Colorado state ESSA plan, specifically (1) endorsement on a Colorado teaching license; (2) holding at least a BA or higher in the relevant subject area; (3) completing 36 semester credit hours in the subject matter in which s/he teaches; or (4) holding at least a BA or higher and passing a State Board approved content exam in the relevant subject area. Special Education Teachers will hold the requisite state license and endorsement. The school will prioritize the hiring of in-field teachers as defined by the Colorado State Board. The school recognizes that it is required to report data to meet federal requirements, including, but not limited to, in-field/out-of-field teachers and years of experience.