Sufficient Cause Sample Clauses

Sufficient Cause. Sufficient cause for Reduction-In-Force (RIF) shall mean either of the following:
Sufficient Cause. Tenured employees shall not be dismissed or laid off except for sufficient cause nor shall a probationary employee be dismissed or laid off prior to the written terms of an appointment except for sufficient cause. Sufficient cause for dismissal shall include, but not be limited to, the following enumerated grounds:
Sufficient Cause. The District must have sufficient cause to believe that the student's presence poses:
Sufficient Cause. The Board may assess a reasonable fine upon, suspend from office, or discharge the Division Superintendent for sufficient cause in accordance with the provisions of Section 22.1-65 of the Code of Virginia or any successor provision of any future enactment of the Virginia Code. As employed herein, “sufficient cause” may include, but is not limited to, material breach of this Agreement, forfeiture of office, immorality, non-compliance with school laws and regulations, willful non-compliance with Board policies and regulations, conviction of a felony or a misdemeanor as set forth in Section 22.1-296.1 of the Code of Virginia (or an equivalent offense in another state or under federal law), any one of the reasons given in Sections 24.2-231, 24.2-232, or 24.2-233 of the Code of Virginia, or for other good and sufficient cause which renders the Division Superintendent unfit to continue his duties. In the event the Division Superintendent is terminated for sufficient cause pursuant to Section 22.1-65 of the Code of Virginia, then all salary and benefits shall cease as of the effective date of such termination. Prior to imposition of a fine, suspension from office, or discharge for sufficient cause, the Division Superintendent will be entitled to written notice and will have the right to (i) appear before the Board in Closed Session; (ii) be represented at the hearing by a representative of the Division Superintendent’s choice provided that the cost of any such representative shall be paid by the Superintendent personally; (iii) receive a written decision setting forth the decision of the Board; and (iv) appeal any decision of the Board to the Circuit Court of Alexandria City, Virginia. This provision does not constitute any waiver of any rights the Board or the Division Superintendent may have to enforce this Agreement in a court of law.
Sufficient Cause. Sufficient cause for suspension or termination of a Participant in any Service exists when CDS determines, in its sole discretion, an actual or imminent:
Sufficient Cause. The District shall have the right to discipline or discharge an 16 employee for sufficient cause. The issue of sufficient cause shall be resolved in accordance with
Sufficient Cause shall include:
Sufficient Cause. 274 275 An employee shall be disciplined only with sufficient cause. The specific grounds forming the basis for 276 official disciplinary action shall be given to the employee in writing. The employee is entitled to have an 277 AR present at any meeting at which the employee is being investigated for possible misconduct or 278 disciplinary action. If a request for such representation is made any meeting regarding the investigation or 279 disciplinary action shall not take place until the AR can be present, provided the delay is no more than 280 twenty-four (24) hours. 281 282 A policy of progressive discipline which includes, but is not necessarily limited to, verbal warning, written 283 reprimand, suspension with, or without, pay and non-renewal or discharge shall be followed. Offenses of 284 a serious nature may require omitting some of these steps. 285
Sufficient Cause. A student may be expelled immediately in emergency situ- ations by the superintendent or designee if there is sufficient cause to believe that the student’s presence poses an immediate and continuing danger to other students or school personnel or an immediate and continuing threat of material and substantial disruption to the educational process. An immediate and continu-ing threat of material and substantial disruption of the educational process means:
Sufficient Cause. The school district must have sufficient cause to believe that the student's presence poses: