Paragraph 3 definition

Paragraph 3. In those instances where a teacher's infraction of rules or delinquency in professional performance is at that time of such consequence that it may affect the teacher's employment status, the Board or its administrators shall write a conference report, in triplicate, containing the following:
Paragraph 3. The use of new instructional materials and classroom presentations that may involve controversial issues should be planned by the individual teacher and discussed with the department chairman and the building principal before they are initiated in the classroom.
Paragraph 3. No exchange teaching leave shall be granted for a period longer than one school year. The teacher receiving such a leave shall be entitled to all of the rights and benefits of employment he/she would have received had he/she performed his/her regularly contracted functions during the period of such leave. No such leave shall be granted until the questions as to which school district shall pay the salary and other employment obligations of such teacher have been resolved in a written agreement between the school districts concerned.

Examples of Paragraph 3 in a sentence

  • The Fund will preserve copies of this Plan, the Distribution Agreement, the Services Agreement and all reports made pursuant to Paragraph 3 above for a period of not less than six (6) years from the date of this Plan, the Distribution Agreement, the Services Agreement or any such report, as the case may be, the first two (2) years in an easily accessible place.

  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, the provisions of this Paragraph 3 shall survive the termination of this Agreement, provided that the Investment Advisory Agreement has not been terminated.

  • In such event, the Annual Limits for purposes of this Paragraph 3 shall continue to be the amounts listed in Appendix A.

  • A written report containing the above information shall be filed with the POTW at the address provided in Part II - Other Conditions, and the Ohio EPA, at the address provided in Part III, Paragraph 3 entitled "REPORTING" within five business days of the day when the slug loading occurred.

  • From time to time the Funds may cause Custodian, on behalf of the Funds, to deposit Securities and cash with Repo Custodian in the designated Transaction Account, in each case in accordance with Paragraph 3 of the Master Agreement.

More Definitions of Paragraph 3

Paragraph 3. Days shall mean school days unless otherwise stated, except that, during the period between the last day of classes of one school year and the first day of classes of the following school year, days shall mean when the district central administration office is open.
Paragraph 3. A teacher may obtain, upon request, a copy of the material in question in his/her file as set forth in Paragraphs 1 and 2 above.
Paragraph 3. The Board of Education shall have the authority to add or delete assignments to the list of supplemental duties or extended contract responsibilities by Board action with prior notice to all interested parties.
Paragraph 3. The superintendent shall use the appropriate forms in the event a teacher is recommended for dismissal or nonrenewal. All administrative recommendations for dismissal given to the Board shall be accompanied by detailed documentation justifying any such recommendation as required by the Board.
Paragraph 3. Legal Leave: Legal leave may be granted by the building principal and/or superintendent when a teacher is to appear in court in answer to a jury summons or when a teacher is subpoenaed as a witness in litigation for reasons other than the teacher's personal neglect, violation of law or matters in which the teacher has a vested interest. The teacher will be paid his/her regular daily salary provided that the teacher endorses over to the school district treasury his/her witness or juror's compensation not including travel or subsistence reimbursements.
Paragraph 3. All grievance hearings shall be closed. Excluded from the grievance procedure shall be matters for which law mandates another method of review.
Paragraph 3. Grievant: a teacher who has filed a grievance or, in the case of a group grievance, the UTW.