SCHOOL REORGANIZATION. A change in the basic educational philosophy of the school. Examples: a 7-9 junior high school becomes a 6-8 middle school, a 7-9 junior high school becomes a continuation high school, change from a non-magnet to a magnet school.
SCHOOL REORGANIZATION. A reorganized school shall be staffed first by unit members currently assigned to the affected schools who bid on posted positions and are deemed qualified by the Human Resource Services Division. Remaining vacancies may be filled by the District in accordance with Section 12.2.
SCHOOL REORGANIZATION. 1. When the Board is considering a major educational reorganization in the District it will inform the Union. When the Board intends to introduce the change which affects the terms, conditions of employment of a significant number of teachers to whom the collective agreement applies or alters significantly the basis on which the collective agreement was negotiated, the Board shall notify the Union in writing. Such notice shall be given at least ninety (90) days before the introduction of the change.