THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. The Xxxxxx-Xxxx Local School District Board of Education (hereinafter referred to as the "Board") is recognized as the locally elected body charged with the responsibility of establishing policies for the school district. It is further recognized that the Board is guided in this matter by the existing and revised laws of the State of Ohio.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 2.1 The Board under Michigan Law has final responsibility for the direction and control of all aspects of the affairs of the School District. The Board cannot lawfully avoid, delegate or surrender any portion of this responsibility and nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to negate this principle.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Except as modified by the terms of this agreement, the Center Line Board of Education retains all rights and powers to manage the Center Line Pubic Schools District and to direct its employees. The Union recognizes these management rights and responsibilities as conferred by the laws and constitution of the State of Michigan inherent in responsibilities to manage a public school system.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. In the event that the aggrieved person is not satisfied with the disposition of the grievance at Level Two, or if no decision has been rendered within twenty (20) days from the receipt of the grievance by the Superintendent, he may appeal to the Board of Education’s Review Committee, which is composed of Board members only. Such appeals shall be delivered to the Superintendent within ten (10) days from the date the decision was received from the Superintendent at Level Two, or if no decision was rendered, within thirty (30) days from the date the grievance was presented to the Superintendent at Level Two. Within ten (10) days of the receipt of written appeal, the committee will afford the aggrieved person a personal hearing on the matter. A decision will be rendered by the Review Committee within ten (10) days of the date of the hearing. Level Four
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. If the Union is not satisfied with the decision of the Superintendent or her agent as given in the previous step, the Union may request in writing, within twenty (20) work days of the prior decision, a hearing before the Board of Education, or its designated committee. Such hearings shall be held within five (5) work days after the date of the request and may be attended by the xxxxxxx, the aggrieved party and the Staff Representative. The Board or its designated committee shall give written answer to the Union President. A copy of the decision of the Board of Education or its designated committee shall be sent to the Staff Representative within five (5) work days after the date of the meeting. These limits may be waived by mutual agreement. If the Union fails to request a meeting within time limits specified in 8.2 and 8.3 and there is no mutual agreement to waive the time limits, the grievance will be deemed to be waived.


  • Board of Education a) If the unit member and the Association are not satisfied with the decision at Stage 2, the Grievance Committee will file an appeal in writing with the Board of Education within fifteen (15) school days after receiving the decision at Stage 2. The official grievance record maintained by the Superintendent of Schools shall be available for the use of the Board of Education.

  • BOARD OF EDUCATION RIGHTS A. The Board, on its own behalf and on behalf of the electors of the district, hereby retains and reserves unto itself, without limitation, all powers, rights, authority, duties, and responsibilities conferred upon and invested in it by the laws and the Constitution of the State of Michigan, and/or the management and control of school properties, facilities, grades and courses of instruction, materials used for instruction, and the selection, direction, transfer, promotion, demotion, discipline or dismissal of all personnel.

  • HOME EDUCATION 1. Educational services that may be required for home education students as defined in School Act, Part II, Div. 4, Sec. 12 & 13 and School Act Regulations, Sec. (3), shall be provided by bargaining unit members.

  • LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 1. A Statewide Labor Management Committee consisting of not more than five (5) members selected by the VSEA from among bargaining units represented by VSEA and not more than five (5) members selected by the State shall meet periodically to discuss a mutually agreed agenda which may include methods of improving labor relations, productivity, safety, and health problems of a continuing nature, or other problems which have an impact on conditions of employment; provided, however, these sessions are not for the purpose of discussing pending grievances or for collective bargaining on any subject.

  • Union Education If the local union indicates to the Hospital that its members have approved a special assessment for union education in accordance with the CUPE constitution and local union by laws, the Hospital agrees to deduct this assessment. Such assessment will be paid on a quarterly basis into a trust fund established and administered by OCHU/CUPE for this purpose.

  • The Board 6.1 The appointment, dismissal and conduct of the Board shall be regulated in accordance with this agreement and the Articles.

  • Training and Education SECTION 1 – Law Enforcement Supervisors’ Training The state and the PBA recognize the importance of supervisor training programs to develop management skills in our law enforcement supervisors. The state will make a reasonable effort to continue existing training programs in law enforcement techniques and to develop new programs in performance review techniques, supervisory skills, and managerial techniques.

  • Labour Management Committee (a) Where the parties mutually agree that there are matters of mutual concern and interest that would be beneficial if discussed at a Labour-Management Committee Meeting during the term of this Agreement, the following shall apply.

  • LABOR/MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES Section 1. Labor/Management Committees The parties recognize that the holding of periodic meetings for the exchange of views and information contributes to the effectiveness of the labor/management relationship. Therefore, the parties shall establish Labor/Management Committees (LMC), in accordance with the provisions in this Article, for the purpose of addressing matters of concern in the areas of personnel policies, practices, conditions of employment, and other matters affecting employees. Each LMC will be co-chaired by one member from labor and one member from management.

  • Student Supervision 2. Central Issues as they affect Occasional Teacher Workload