Unpaid. This chart is provided for convenience and as a reference, but shall not supersede the contract language.
Unpaid leaves – deduct time off, up to four days in any given school year, will continue to be approved for cases of emergency, (i.e., death in immediate family, funerals, serious illness in immediate family, personal illness and/or other emergencies, as determined by the Superintendent or designee).
Unpaid. Other temporary leaves of absences without pay may be granted by the superintendent for good reason. A request for such leave shall be submitted in writing by the employee at least ten (10) days prior to the start of the requested leave. A written reply shall be returned to the employee at least five (5) days prior to the start of the requested leave.
Unpaid. An employee, who has completed the probationary period, who is unable to perform their duties because of illness or injury and who has exhausted all sick leave credit available, or has become eligible for long-term disability compensation, may, upon request, be granted a medical leave of absence, without pay, for up to one (1) year. This leave may be renewed at the discretion of the School District
Unpaid. Salary shall not be paid to the faculty member while such faculty member is on leave without pay, and failure to return within the time limits of an unpaid leave shall relieve the District of its obligations to the faculty member.
Unpaid. An employee wishing to take an extended leave for maternity, paternity, or adoption purposes shall be allowed a maximum of a one (1) year leave of absence for that purpose. A maternity, paternity, or adoption leave that begins during a school year shall terminate at the beginning of the next school year. Employees on such leave shall have first consideration for appropriate vacancies occurring during the leave. An employee planning a maternity, paternity, or adoption leave under this policy shall notify the District as soon as practical and an agreeable date for the beginning of the leave will be set.