Article 20-3.1(a) |

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School psychologists employed in the Office of Diverse Learner Supports and Services prior to December 16, 1967 have had the option of working ten school months (forty weeks), eleven school months (forty-four weeks), twelve school months (forty-eight weeks) or twelve calendar months.

Subsequent to December 16, 1967, all school psychologists newly assigned to the Office of Diverse Learner Supports and Services and all school psychologists who elected to convert from twelve calendar months to twelve school months shall be employed on a twelve-school-month basis.

Pension contributions and sick leave shall be based on the work year for 248-day personnel. Pension contributions and sick leave for all other employment period classifications shall be based on the 208-day year.

Effective September 6, 1976, all newly appointed school psychologists and all provisional and temporarily certificated school psychologists shall be employed on a ten-school-month (208-day) basis. All school psychologists currently employed on a twelve-school-month (52-week) basis or on an eleven-school-month (248-day) basis shall be given the opportunity to convert to a ten-school-month (208-day) basis. Election to convert shall be final and cannot subsequently be changed at the request of the employee.


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