Section 8.4. 2 Vacation shall be granted to all employees on September 1 based upon their hours worked in the prior 3 year ending August 31. Vacation benefits will not be cashed out if the employee has resigned or been 4 terminated from employment prior to the end of the probationary period. 8 A R T I C L E I X 10 LEAVES
Section 8.4. 7 Employees required to work through their regular lunch periods will be given time to eat within their 8 work shift as agreed upon by the employee and his supervisor. In the event an employee is required to 9 forego their lunch period and works their entire shift, including the lunch period, they shall be 10 compensated for the foregone lunch period at overtime rates.
Section 8.4. 24 District events may use unpaid students as ushers, stage managers, stage crew members, lighting 25 technicians and sound technicians. District events may also use unpaid volunteers to assist certificated 28 provided by the renter.
Section 8.4. 24 Except as provided in the following section, any vacation credit currently due but unused by the new 25 accrual date each year may be carried over for one (1) year following the accrual date with the approval 26 of the immediate supervisor and administration. No vacation may be carried over for more than one (1) 27 year beyond the date on which it became due; provided, however, no employee shall be denied accrued 28 vacation benefits due to District employment needs. 32 A R T I C L E I X 33 34 LEAVES 35