Trips Sample Clauses

Trips. 6.5.6.1 Trip hours will be awarded weekly.
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Trips. A. A trip is transportation to and from an extracurricular activity or an activity outside of the normal classroom setting. The term driver in section 3 refers to Bus Driver and Bus Paraprofessional II.
Trips. Trip assignments will be distributed and rotated equitably among drivers and there shall be two (2) separate rotation lists for the assignment of these trips as indicated in Section 9 of this Article.
Trips. Releasor and Student acknowledge that there are inherent risks involved in a short‐term mission trip—whether overseas or stateside. Releasor and Student represent that the Student has received all appropriate medical prevention required for the short‐term missions trip, and is physically, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually able to participate in the trip. Student’s Initials Releasor’s Initials
Trips. Any trip for the purpose of extra or co-curricular activities and assigned by the Employer in accordance with the provisions of Article 15.02, Awarding of Trips will be paid from the time the employee leaves their home base to the time they return to their home base at the B-1.02, Tier 1 rate of pay. Drivers are limited to a maximum number of hours as set out in federal Department of Transportation regulations.
Trips. The District shall be committed to utilizing the Transportation Department for activity/ athletic trips. However, the District may utilize charter buses for up to twelve (12) trips on a school year basis. Additionally, charter buses may be used for all trips that are privately funded. Privately funded trips are defined as those trips for which the District would not have otherwise provided funding. In the event that requests are made for transportation outside the parameters of the above agreed upon language, the parties agree to engage in discussion prior to approving those trips.
Trips. 1. The duties of the bus driver are to drive the bus. All trips, excluding specials within the District, will have at least one (1) chaperone per bus and no chaperoning will be expected on the part of the driver. Due to extenuating circumstances, if no chaperone is available the Transportation Supervisor will be informed, prior to the trip, and have final say if one is needed.
Trips. 1. There will be four (4) separate trip lists established in accordance with Section C.
Trips. 1. A minimum of three (3) hours will be paid for Saturday and Sunday trips and for trips on non-scheduled school days during the school year.