Traveling Teachers Sample Clauses

Traveling Teachers. Efforts shall be made in the arranging of teachersschedules to limit the amount of intra-District travel. Assignment to more than 1 building may be the result of student need and/or an effort to maximize teacher contracts. Questions concerning such intra-District assignments should be addressed to building principal(s) or the Director of Administrative Services. Mileage between schools will be paid at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) rate.
Traveling Teachers. 19.7.1 Traveling teachers shall have their prep and lunch period scheduled next to each other. They will attend one (1) faculty meeting and one (1) department meeting a month and one (1) Open House and one (1) Back to School Night. Meetings to be at the majority assignment site. A reserved parking space shall be assigned. Traveling teachers will be compensated for mileage between the two school sites.
Traveling Teachers. The Administration will endeavor to minimize the number of trips between buildings that the teacher will be required to make. A conference will be held with the traveling teacher before finalization of the schedule by the Building Principal. Sufficient time will be allowed for the teacher to travel the distance. Traveling teachers shall be reimbursed mileage at the IRS rate.
Traveling Teachers. 1. Each traveling teacher shall be given a minimum of fifteen (15) minutes to travel from one building to another. The fifteen (15) minutes shall come from the total student contact time of the traveling teacher.
Traveling Teachers. No teacher may be required to travel during his/her designated lunch period. The total number of hours in a traveling teacher's work day shall be governed by where he/she spends the majority of his/her day. Traveling teachers will be provided equitable planning time. Buildings will make reasonable efforts to provide preferred parking for traveling teachers. Traveling teachers will be given duties equitable to their assigned time in the building. Teachers who travel between three or more buildings on a daily basis shall not be assigned a full-period duty.
Traveling Teachers. The teaching schedule of teachers assigned to more than one building will be determined by the administration, subject to the provisions of this Agreement. The appropriate administrator(s) will consult with each traveling teacher in developing his/her schedule, and upon the request of an affected teacher, shall meet with him/her to reach a written agreement on expectations regarding attendance at staff meetings, exam schedules, participation in parent-teacher conferences, conference time and any other related matters deemed necessary by either party. If an agreement is not reached, the Continuing Contract Committee shall meet within two (2) weeks thereafter to resolve any area(s) of disagreement. In arriving at an agreement, the parties should consider the proportion of the teacher's time spent in each building, and required for travel between buildings. They will also consider the value of an uninterrupted conference period, and if one cannot be provided should assign the longest conference segments possible, in no case less than twenty (20) minutes in length. If the prep time is occurring at the beginning of the student day, 15 minutes would be allowed to count as prep as long as it does not conflict with other regularly assigned duties (if applicable). The intent is to provide conference time in minimum intervals of 30 minutes. On occasions when traveling teachers are unable to make their assignment, they will notify the principal involved as soon as possible. On occasions when the schedule of such a teacher is altered, the principal will notify the teacher involved as far in advance as possible.
Traveling Teachers. Schedules of teachers who are assigned to more than one school shall be arranged so that no teacher shall be required to engage in an unreasonable amount of interschool travel. Teachers who may be required to use their automobiles, motorcycles or motor scooters in the performance of their duties and teachers who are assigned more than one (1) school per day shall be reimbursed for such travel at the standard mileage rate prescribed by the Internal Revenue Service for the use of automobiles; thirty-and-one-half cents (30.5¢) for the use of motorcycles; and nineteen-and-one-half cents (19.5¢) for the use of motor scooters for all driving done between arrival at his first school at the beginning of his work day and departure from his base school at the end of the work day. However, if the distance from the teacher’s home to his first location or from the teacher’s last location to his home is greater than the distance between the teacher’s home and his base school, he shall be reimbursed for the difference at the prevailing rate. The administration shall designate a traveling teacher’s base school. Whenever practical and where space is available, the base school shall be one of the teachers’ assigned schools which is closest to his home as of the first day of the school year. Teachers required in the course of their work to drive their personal automobile, motorcycle or motor scooter from one school to another shall be reimbursed at the above rates. The same allowance shall be given for the use of personal vehicles for official business of the district as designated by the CAS. Except as modified by this Article, Title 3, Chapter 10 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules, shall remain applicable for the duration of this Agreement. When teachers are required to travel on official business to other islands within the State of Hawaii, they shall be provided with a travel allowance of ninety dollars ($90) per twenty-four (24) hour day. In the case of official travel time involving a fraction of a day, the allowable claim shall be in terms of quarter-day (1/4) periods measured from midnight. In computing the amount of per diem, the official travel time shall begin sixty (60) minutes before the scheduled flight departure time and shall end upon the teacher’s return to his home airport. This computation shall be applicable to all trips, including one-day trips (leaving and returning on the same day) however, in the case of one-day trips, the allowable claim shall not ex...
Traveling Teachers. Traveling teachers are those who are not assigned a dedicated classroom of their own due to limited space. If traveling is necessary within a subject area, traveling status should be rotated. In order to facilitate optimum conditions for instruction, traveling teachers should, to the greatest extent practicable, be provided the following:
Traveling Teachers. During the normal duty day exclusive of the lunch period and of preparation time, teachers traveling to two (2) or more campuses shall be allowed a reasonable amount of time to travel, park, and prepare for the subsequent work assignment. Suggested time is at least thirty (30) minutes.
Traveling Teachers a. The normal hours of service for a teacher who is on a special program which requires that s/he work in two or more school buildings shall be twenty minutes longer than the students' instructional day inclusive of the travel time and the thirty minute duty free uninterrupted lunch period and daily preparation period. The student instructional day will be the length at the predominate level of assignment.