Secondary Schools a. Department Chairs (Department Heads) are primarily curricular. The job descriptions include but are not limited to the duties listed.
Secondary Schools. (a) A teacher appointed to a promotional position in a secondary school shall be placed within one of the following promotion levels in accordance with the duties as prescribed. Promotional Level 1 The management of a major department, for example, secondary English, or an equivalent responsibility, for example, in the pastoral care of students. Promotional Levels 2, 3 and 4 The levels assigned will recognise the gradation of responsibilities which apply within a school among various promotional positions. For example, for promotional Level 2: the management of a small department or an equivalent level of responsibility. For example, for promotional Level 3: second in charge of a major department, or an equivalent level of responsibility. For example, for promotional Level 4: co-ordinator of a subject, i.e., subject teachers with minimal supervision of other staff, or an equivalent level of responsibility.
Secondary Schools. In a secondary school, a maximum of two (2) support staff who have obtained a First Aid Certificate and who have been assigned first aid duties in a secondary school by the Principal, shall be paid a first aid allowance as per Schedule B. The Board will provide protective clothing such as gloves, masks and eye protection to all sites for use by persons holding current first aid certificates.
Secondary Schools. The ordinary hours of duty for teachers in secondary schools and in the secondary department of primary schools shall not exceed thirty and a half (30.5) per week of which, in the case of non- resident teachers, not more than one-third (1/3rd) shall be performed before 9 am and after 5 pm.
Secondary Schools. The normal daily teaching assignment in the junior and senior high schools will not exceed five (5) periods and one (1) unassigned preparation period of not less than one teaching period in length. There may be a variation of the above teaching assignment when the following conditions have been met:
Secondary Schools a. Grades 6-12 --- 30 pupils