School Employees. (a) Hours of work for Teacher’s Assistants shall be 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with a half hour lunch period Monday to Friday.
School Employees. The School, with K12’s assistance, will be responsible for arranging for criminal background checks to be conducted on its employees assigned to the Program, to the extent required under Applicable Law. The School, with K12’s assistance, will maintain the documentary evidence of the background checks of School employees at the Facility.
School Employees. Another part of the economic impact of registered schools is the employment the schools provide for Ohioans. During FY 2017, career colleges and schools provided employment for 4,399 Ohio citizens with total wages of over $123 million. School employees can be categorized as Administrative, Faculty, Professional, and Other (general support staff). The following table provides a picture of employees that are employed to operate and teach in the schools that are registered with the State Board of Career Colleges and Schools. TABLE 9: FY 2017 School Employees Full-Time Employees Part-Time Employees Administrative
School Employees. 20 CFR 625.6(a)(1) of the DUA Regulations provides (in computing the weekly DUA amount) that, "…qualifying employment and wage requirements and benefit formula of the applicable State law shall be applied,…, but shall not include employment or self-employment, or wages earned or paid for employment or self-employment, which is contrary to or prohibited by any Federal law…" Section 3304(a)(6)(A) of the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) (26 U.S.C. 3304(a)(6)(A)(ii)), provides that wages earned or paid for services performed in an instructional, research or principal administrative capacity for an educational institution, shall not be used to determine monetary entitlement under certain conditions. FUTA permits wages earned or paid for services performed in any other capacity for an educational institution to be denied accordingto state law. Accordingly, employment and wages earned by certain school employees or persons employed under the educational system may not be used as the basis for UC eligibility during specified periods (e.g. summer recess, winter break). Therefore, in accordance with the requirements of 20 CFR 625.6, employment and wages earned by certain school employees or persons employed under the educational system may not be used as the basis for DUA eligibility during the periods specified in Section 3304(a)(6)(A) of the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (26 U.S.C.3304(a)(6)(A)).
School Employees. Employees while in full time attendance at a trade school shall continue receiving all benefits provided under Article of this Collective Agreement. Such employee's sick leave, vacation and seniority accruals shall not be as a result of full attendance at the said trade school.
School Employees. ’ means persons who have performed or who shall hereafter perform school services as classroom teachers, adminis- trators, supervisors, librarians, nurses, clerks, janitors or in any other full- time capacity in the public schools, area vocational-technical schools or community junior colleges of the state of Kansas and who are citizens of the United States and school employees shall include: (1) Persons who have performed service as a county superintendent of public instruction or as an employee appointed by and under the supervision of a county superintendent; (2) persons who have performed service as a state su- perintendent of public instruction or as an employee appointed by and under supervision of a state superintendent; (3) persons who have per- formed services as an employee appointed by the former state board for vocational education, except that prior to the time of accepting such em- ployment by such county superintendent, state superintendent or state board for vocational education such employees had performed school service in Kansas as a teacher, principal, supervisor, or superintendent;
School Employees. School employees who witness harassment, bullying, and/or discrimination or receive an oral or written report of such acts shall promptly orally notify the principal, superintendent, or their designee not later than one school day after such employee witnesses or receives a report of such acts, and shall also file a written report with the principal, superintendent, or their designee no later than two school days after making an oral report. Pursuant to Education Law section 13, retaliation by any school employee shall be prohibited against any individual who, in good faith, reports or assists in the investigation of harassment, bullying, and/or discrimination. District staff that are authorized to impose disciplinary sanctions are expected to do so in a prompt, fair and lawful manner. District staff who are not authorized to impose disciplinary sanctions are expected to promptly report violations of the code of conduct to their supervisor, who shall in turn impose an appropriate disciplinary sanction, if so authorized, or refer the matter to a staff member who is authorized to impose an appropriate sanction. The building principal or his or her designee must notify the appropriate local law enforcement agency of those code violations that constitute a crime and substantially affect the order or security of a school as soon as practical, but in no event later than the close of business the day the principal or his or her designee learns of the violation. Thosenotifications include any harassment, bullying or discrimination that is believed to be constituted as criminal conduct. The notification may be made by telephone, followed by a letter mailed on same day as the telephone call is made.The notification must identify the student and explain the conduct that violated the code of conduct and constituted a crime. Any weapon, alcohol or illegal substance found shall be confiscated immediately, if possible, followed by notification to the parent of the student involved and the appropriate disciplinary sanction if warranted, which may include permanent suspension and referral for prosecution.