Article 5-9 |

Late Arrival or Early Departure |

Upon reasonable notification to the principal in the case of late arrival or early departure to or from school for good cause in any emergency situation only, a bargaining unit employee assigned to a school present more than one-fourth and less than three-fourths of the working day is considered as having worked one half day, and a bargaining unit employee assigned to a school present three-fourths or more of the regular working day is considered as having worked a full day.

If you must arrive late or leave early due to an emergency you should provide your administrator with as much notice as you can to ensure the smooth running of the building and adequate supervision of the students. There is no set amount of advance notice because it will depend on the nature of your emergency.

If you miss less than 1/4 of your total scheduled minutes (420 in elementary/middle school) you should be paid a full day. If you miss more than 1/4 but less than 3/4 you should get paid a half day's salary.

Middle School example: School starts at 8:30. You arrive by 10:15. This should be a full day.


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