The Superintendent. President shall communicate the decision to the grievant within ten (10) workdays. If the Superintendent/President does not respond within the time limits provided, the grievant may appeal to the next level.
The Superintendent designee shall make the final decision regarding the assignment of teachers, and shall notify the teachers as soon as practical. When the site/department determines that a specific assignment is hard to fill or highly requested, it may be rotated as determined by the site administrator with input from staff. This rotation may also be applied to the assignment of Additional Duty as listed in Article 5.
The Superintendent s decision shall be made in writing within fifteen (15) calendar days, unless such time is mutually extended by both parties; however, the time may not be extended beyond ninety (90) days from the date the non-probationary Teacher filed the Notice of Appeal. A copy of the Superintendent’s written decision shall be provided to the Association, the non-probationary Teacher, and the evaluator.
The Superintendent. President may conduct a review of the matter themselves, including requesting meetings with the employee and other parties concerned. These meetings may be held separately or together with the involved parties. The decision of the Superintendent/President on the grievance shall be in writing, and shall be issued within ten (10) days after the filing of the grievance, at this level.
The Superintendent or Designee may make an assignment on a temporary basis for a Paraprofessional’s position in the event of a Paraprofessional illness, a Paraprofessional voluntarily or involuntarily leaving the District, or newly created Paraprofessional position after the first Paraprofessional workday. Such an assignment would expire at the end of the school year and the employee would retain seniority in their original classification.