Substitutes Sample Clauses

Substitutes. 10.5 The responsibility for the selection, orientation and employment of substitutes rests at the local school level. The principal, or his/her designee, shall be responsible for obtaining qualified substitutes. Teachers shall not be required to obtain their own substitutes.
Substitutes. Substitute employees shall be employed for all absent employees, except studio teachers, school counselors, psychometrists, guidance directors, psychologists, school social workers, speech language pathologists, ESE specialists, media specialists, and when the employee and principal agree that employment of a substitute would be inappropriate for certain exceptional children. When it is known that an employee in one (1) of the exceptions listed above will be absent for an extended period of at least twenty (20) consecutive work days, a substitute shall be employed for such absent employee provided that a properly certified/licensed substitute is available. Substitutes may be employed during pre-school or post-school conference periods or on teacher workdays when students are not in session when the principal determines that the situation warrants it. Substitute teachers shall be expected to perform all duties normally performed by the regular employees.
Substitutes. Employment of substitutes is an administrative responsibility. The rate of pay for substitutes who work less than five (5) days is $39.00 per hour. The rate of pay for substitutes who work five (5) days or more in the same assignment shall be the appropriate associate faculty rate of pay.
Substitutes. A. No teacher shall be required to obtain the services of a substitute in the event of his absence. In the case of a scheduled absence, however, the teacher may assist in securing a substitute.
Substitutes. A. A regular teacher shall not be required to substitute for another teacher during his/her preparation time.
Substitutes. The SPS shall provide every substitute hired into the SPS at the beginning of the school year or thereafter a standard District Orientation Packet which will include a copy of the Agreement, Substitute Handbook, SPS Rules and Regulations Affecting Substitute Certificated employees, a map showing school locations, a list of all school buildings (including addresses and phone numbers) and the phone number of Human Resources. SPS will share with SEA all materials to be included in the packet prior to inclusion. SEA will have the opportunity to respond to the documents and will also be able to suggest documents for inclusion. As a reference for all SPS personnel, “Best Practices for Substitute Teachers” is found in Appendix Q.
Substitutes. If an employee is on an approved leave of absence, and no substitute is utilized, 40 no additional duties shall be distributed to other employees unless comparable duties are specified 41 by the principal, supervisor or designee as duties not to be completed.
Substitutes. 1. A teacher shall not be required to find a substitute for himself.
Substitutes. A. In hiring substitutes, the district should give first priority to the use of Certificated substitutes and will attempt to use substitutes who have experience in the area from which substitution is required.