Teaching Staff. Teacher seniority shall be defined as the length of continuous service as a teacher and/or administrator in this District which, effective July 1, 2016, begins on the employee’s first day of actual work as a teacher or administrator in the District. Support Staff Employees Seniority for support staff employees shall be defined as length of full-time continuous service within the employee’s respective category of position. Seniority shall not transfer between categories. Accumulation of seniority shall begin with the support staff employee’s first day of actual work in their respective category of position.
Teaching Staff. The Board shall furnish the Union with an annual seniority list by February 1 and such list shall show the names of teachers in order of their district seniority. Support Staff Employees The Board shall furnish the Union with an annual seniority list by February 1 and such list shall show the names of support staff employees in order of their seniority in the following categories:
Teaching Staff. The teaching staff shall include all regularly employed full and part-time classroom teachers, librarians, counselors, and District Technology Coordinator. Regularly employed part-time teachers, librarians, and counselors shall be included in the bargaining unit but their salaries and benefits shall be based on their fractionalized employment status. If an employee is regularly employed for thirty (30) hours or more per week, the Board shall pay the full amount for health insurance benefits as it pays a full-time employee (as stated in Section 1 of Article IX of the Agreement). If an employee is regularly employed for less than thirty (30) hours per week, the Board shall not contribute towards an individual insurance policy and the employee shall not be eligible for the District's group insurance.
Teaching Staff. The OP shall have full and complete authority over staffing decisions at the school. District employees shall have the opportunity to apply for an assignment to the YWLA. All assignments and rescissions of such assignments to the YWLA shall be determined by the OP with input from the COO in accordance with Federal and State law as well as District policies and administrative procedures.