Secondary Schools Sample Clauses

Secondary Schools. In the middle and high schools, areas of certification shall be deemed to 21 be the areas for which the employee holds certification. No teacher assignment that would result 22 in a violation of state or federal law will be approved.
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
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. 23.7.1.1 In secondary schools, each Teacher shall have a duty-free lunch period equal in length to a full teaching period. However, in no case shall a Teacher’s lunch period be less than 45 minutes or exceed 60 minutes. A duty-free lunch period shall not include the supervision of students.
Secondary Schools. At the beginning of the first semester, the District shall take action to achieve maximum class size within fifteen (15) school days. At the beginning of the second semester, the District shall take action to achieve maximum class size within ten (10) school days.
Secondary Schools. 15.7.1 In the secondary schools, exclusive of adult education classes, the total student contact per day is based on five (5) periods at the maximum class size times five (5). An individual period may exceed the maximum per period stated in Section 15.5 above by three (3) students - provided that total student contact per day does not exceed the stated maximums in item Section 15.5 above.
Secondary Schools. The student-teacher ratio is an important aspect of an effective educational program in conjunction with exemplary teaching methods. The table listed below provides a historical perspective. Year Class Size Maximum Class AverageCore Classes (core-curricular subjects: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and English Language Arts) Before 2004 35 2004 – 2005 34 2005 – 2006 32 2008 – 2011 32 27 Starting with the 2011-2012 school year, the maximum class size for secondary students is thirty-five (35). Certain activity type classes such as physical education and performing music groups (excepting Middle School general music classes) may be larger. Physical education classes will not exceed forty-three (43) students. Pool classes within the physical education program will not exceed forty (40) students. The class sizes shall be calculated on the tenth (10th) business day of each semester/trimester and shall be shared with the Professional Governance Council within a reasonable timeframe. Extenuating circumstances may produce a situation where teacher class size is larger than allowed by the Agreement. Those violations shall be granted after review by the Professional Governance Council on a case-by-case basis and deviations from this Agreement maximums shall be determined based on the following factors: • Voluntary agreement by the teacher involved. • Adequate and safe facility available: room size, desks, chairs, available working equipment stations especially in those areas where available space, equipment, number of work stations or special nature of the class makes smaller classes mandatory or desirable (i.e., one computer per student). • Reasonable statement of need. • Stipend of $300 per student per semester and $200 each trimester for each limit violation. General education teachers in team taught classes will have all students enrolled in the class (both special education and general education students) counted toward the hourly maximum. After considering the above factors and review by the Professional Governance Council, the District reserves the right to place students in a classroom subject to payment of the stipend identified above.