Substituting Sample Clauses

Substituting. In the event that one of the teachers is absent, the other teacher will be asked to substitute for the absent teacher. The teacher shall be compensated “sub” pay (per Article VI.C.4.). In the event that the teacher is called upon to be a long-term substitute, the teacher shall be compensated according to the contract (Article XXVIII, H. I. and Article VI.C.4.). In the event that a teacher leaves the job share assignment before the end of the school year, the other teacher will assume full responsibility for the position within ten (10) school days of receiving notice and will be compensated accordingly. In the event that neither participant wants to continue in the job share, the position becomes vacant and is posted.
Substituting. When possible, each teacher will substitute for the other when absent. The teacher substituting shall receive the appropriate prorated substitute pay.
Substituting. All positions of substitute teachers shall be offered to teachers in the re-employment pool before any other person is offered such a position.
Substituting. Any member of the bargaining unit who is directed by the principal or his/her designee to substitute for another employee for a full day will be compensated at their job classification wage or the substitute teacher’s wage, whichever is greater.
Substituting. In the event one of the teachers agrees to substitute temporarily for his/her partner because the partner is temporarily absent, the substitute’s pay shall be at the full per diem substitute rate. (NOTE: the full daily rate will be at the level set by the Board of Education for each year during the term of this contract. The intent is to remit to the teacher, who substitutes for his/her partner, a full day’s substitute pay for one half day of instructional services.)
Substituting. No office professional or paraeducator shall be required to substitute for a teacher except in case of emergency. All substitute requirements for bargaining unit employees shall be filled through the Department of Human Resources. Employees shall not be required to obtain their own substitute.