Section 8.2. 11 All BPAC positions listed above are on call positions. The amount of hours and days of work available 12 will depend upon the actual number of events and performances held in the BPAC and the staffing needs 13 for each event.
Section 8.2. 1. 8 Annual vacation with pay shall accrue to secretarial employees and 2,080 hour aides at the rate of 9 one (1) workday for each month of continuous service if their employment is continuous for six 10 (6) months or longer. After the completion of the fifth (5th) year, or beginning with the sixth (6th) 11 year of continuous employment, one (1) additional workday of vacation with pay shall be allowed 12 each year through the thirteenth (13th) year of employment to a maximum of twenty (20) workdays 13 each year. At the completion of 21 years of employment shall receive twenty-two (22) workdays 14 each year. Vacation Schedule Years of Service Vacation Days 6 13 7 14 8 15 9 16 10 16 11 18 13-20 20 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Section 8.2. 6 Each new hire shall remain in a probationary status for a period of not more than ninety (90) working 7 days following the hire date. During this probationary period the District may discharge such employee 8 at its discretion; such discharge shall not be subject to Article IX and XII. Upon completion of the 9 probationary period, the employee will be subject to all rights and duties contained in this Agreement 10 retroactive to the hire date. All probationary employees shall be evaluated within the first ninety (90) 11 working days of employment using the evaluation forms found in the bargaining agreement.
Section 8.2. Each regular employee shall be entitled to earn other paid leave to be used for 43 employee illness, injury, (temporary disability, and maternity) or emergency leave as defined herein. 45 A deduction of other paid leave credit will be made for the number of hours of absence from duty, to 46 the nearest quarter hour period of time, for other paid leave taken.
Section 8.2. 5 An employee teaching a morning and afternoon kindergarten session shall be provided 16 no less than thirty (30) minutes, excluding his or her duty free lunch period, for transition between the 17 sessions. 18 19 SECTION 8.3 - CLASSROOM VISITATION 20 21 To assure minimal interruption to student learning, the following will occur: 22 23 Principals will confer with employees to arrange a convenient time for classroom visitations by parents 24 or patrons. Employees shall be given an opportunity to confer with such visitors prior to and/or 25 subsequent to any visit. 26
Section 8.2. 6 Vacation days will be computed and recognized as of September 1 of each year. For a partial year, an 7 employee will be granted a prorated share of his/her vacation time. For the following years, vacations 8 are based upon a September 1 anniversary date. During an employee’s first partial year of 9 employment, the employee will be granted prorated vacation days as of September 1. For the 10 following years, vacation time will be computed on September 1 anniversary date. The first year of 11 employment must be at least ninety (90) workdays to be computed for vacation purposes. 13 Based upon the previous conditions, upon completion of the first (1st) year of service with the School 14 District, each regular employee shall be granted five (5) days vacation. Upon completion of the second
Section 8.2. 18 Each new hire shall remain in a probationary status for a period of not more than six (6) months 19 following the hire date. During this probationary period, the District may discharge such employee at 20 its discretion. If a probationary employee applies for and receives a position in a different job 21 classification, the employee’s six (6) month probationary period will start over.