Benefits

CERTIFIED

NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT 2015-18

CLASSIFIED

1. Classified staff shall be placed on the classified salary schedule.

2. Classified staff will be classed by the following:

  • Twelve-month
  • Ten-month
  • Nine-month

This classification shall be included in the employee’s wage agreement.

3. Nine-month classified staff will receive 1.0 day per month which amounts to nine (9) days of PTO (Paid Time Off) per year accumulative to thirty-five (35) days. Non-school days and holidays during the school year will not be paid. Part-time employees’ PTO days shall be pro-rated per FTE.

4. Ten-month classified staff will receive 1.0 day per month which amounts to ten (10) days of PTO (Paid Time Off) per year accumulative to thirty-five (35) days. Non-school days and holidays during the school year will not be paid. Part-time employees’ PTO days shall be pro-rated per FTE.

5. Twelve-month classified staff will receive 1.0 day per month which amounts to twelve (12) days of PTO per year accumulative to thirty-five (35) days. After five years of continuous service, the 12-month classified staff will receive fifteen (15) days of PTO per year accumulative to thirty-five (35) days. After ten (10) years of continuous service, the classified staff will receive twenty (20) days of PTO per year accumulative to thirty-five (35) days. Part-time employees’ PTO days shall be pro-rated per FTE.

6. PTO must be taken in increments using even hour amounts. PTO may not be approved when the leave is considered to cause hardship on the district, (i.e. a replacement cannot be found, etc). Unpaid time off must be requested in writing with prior approval by an administrator. Otherwise, it will be considered truant from work and may be dealt with accordingly.

In addition, these holidays will also be granted to twelve month employees as paid leave:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Eve Day
  • Christmas Day

7.  Nine-month and Ten-month classified staff will not receive health insurance benefits.
8.  Twelve-month classified staff may choose to receive health insurance benefits.

  • Full-time (40 hours per week/52 weeks per year) may receive full health insurance benefits.
  • Part-time (less than 40 hours per week/52 weeks per year) will not receive health insurance benefits.

9.  Ten and Twelve-month classified staff that were receiving full health insurance benefits in January 2011, and are working less than 40 hours per week/52 weeks per year, will have their health insurance prorated. Insurance will be prorated monthly based on the actual number of hours worked. The employee is responsible to pay the remaining premium by the 15th of the current month. Failure to pay will result in loss of coverage for the remainder of employment.

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