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Temporary/Substitute Personnel   

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Hiring

The Board of Trustees may employ on-call day-to-day substitute personnel to fill positions of regularly employed certificated persons absent from service.

Substitute 30-day emergency permit personnel shall not serve greater than 30 consecutive days in a single regular classroom and not greater than 20 consecutive days in a single special education classroom.

Safety and Benefits

The Board shall adopt and make public a salary schedule setting the daily rate(s) for personnel in the on-call day-to-day substitute service.

Paid Sick Leave

Any temporary or substitute employee who, on or after July 1, 2015, works for 30 or more days within a year of his/her employment shall be entitled to one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked. Such employee is entitled to use accrued paid sick days beginning on the 90th day of employment, after which he/she may use the sick days as they are accrued. Usage of sick days are limited to 24 hours or three days per year. Accrued paid sick days shall carry over to the following year of employment, up to a maximum of 48 hours or six work days; however, after a one year absence from employment, any accrued sick leave will be deemed expired. No compensation will be given to an employee for accrued, unused paid sick days upon termination, resignation, retirement or other separation from employment. Sick leave use must be in increments of no less than two hours per each use. If the need for paid sick leave is foreseeable, the employee shall provide reasonable advance notification. If the need for paid sick leave is unforeseeable, the employee shall provide notice of the need for the leave as soon as practicable. (Labor Code 246)

A temporary or substitute employee may use accrued sick leave for absences due to: (Labor Code 246.5)

1. The diagnosis, care, or treatment of an existing health condition of, or preventive care for, the employee or his/her family member as defined in Labor Code 245.5

2. Need of the employee to obtain or seek any relief or medical attention specified in Labor Code 230(c) and 230.1(a) for the health, safety, or welfare of the employee, or his/her child, when the employee has been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking

(cf. 4161.1/4361.1 - Personal Illness/Injury Leave)

(cf. 4261.1 - Personal Illness/Injury Leave)

No employee shall be denied the right to use accrued sick days and the district shall not in any manner discriminate or retaliate against any employee for using or attempting to use sick leave, filing a complaint with the Labor Commissioner, or alleging district violation of Labor Code 245-249. The Superintendent or designee shall display a poster containing required information, provide notice to eligible employees of their sick leave rights, keep records of employees' use of sick leave for three years, and comply with other requirements specified in Labor Code 245-249 and in AR 4161.1/4361.1 - Personal Illness/Injury Leave.

Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

22455.5 Provision of retirement plan information to potential members

22515 Irrevocable election to join retirement plan

37200 School calendar

44252.5 State basic skills assessment required for certificated personnel

44300 Emergency teaching or specialist permits

44830 Employment of certificated persons; requirements of proficiency in basic skills

44839.5 Employment of retirant

44845 Date of employment

44846 Criteria for reemployment preferences

44909 Employees providing services through categorically funded programs

44914 Substitute and probationary employment computation for classification as permanent employee

44915 Classification of probationary employees

44916 Time of classification; statement of employment status

44917 Classification of substitute employees

44918 Substitute or temporary employee deemed probationary employee; reemployment rights

44919 Classification of temporary employees

44920 Employment of certain temporary employees; classifications

44921 Employment of temporary employees; reemployment rights (unified and high school districts)

44953 Dismissal of substitute employees

44954 Release of temporary employees

44955 Layoff of permanent and probationary employees

44956 Rights of laid-off permanent employees to substitute positions

44957 Rights of laid-off probationary employees to substitute positions

44977 Salary schedule for substitute employees

45030 Substitutes

45041 Computation of salary

45042 Alternative method of computation for less than one school year

45043 Compensation for employment beginning in the second semester

56060-56063 Substitute teachers in special education

GOVERNMENT CODE

3540.1 Educational Employment Relations Act, definitions

LABOR CODE

220 Sections inapplicable to public employees

230 Jury duty; legal actions by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking victims, right to time off

230.1 Employers with 25 or more employees; domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking victims, right to time off

233 Illness of child, parent, spouse or domestic partner

234 Absence control policy

245-249 Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014

CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5

5502 Filing of notice of physical examination for employment of retired person

5503 Physical examination for employment of retired persons

5590 Temporary athletic team coach

80025-80025.5 Emergency substitute teaching permits

COURT DECISIONS

McIntyre v. Sonoma Valley Unified School District (2012) 206 Cal.App.4th 170

Stockton Teachers Association CTA/NEA v. Stockton Unified School District (2012) 204 Cal.App.4th 446

Neily v. Manhattan Beach Unified School District, (2011) 192 Cal.App.4th 187

California Teachers Association v. Vallejo City Unified School District, (2007) 149 Cal.App.4th 135

Bakersfield Elementary Teachers Assn. v. Bakersfield City School District, (2006) 145 Cal.App.4th 1260, 1277

Kavanaugh v. West Sonoma Union High School District, (2003) 29 Cal.4th 911

Management Resources:

WEB SITES

CSBA: http://www.csba.org

Commission on Teacher Credentialing: http://www.ctc.ca.gov

Policy BURLINGAME SCHOOL DISTRICT

adopted: September 21, 2010 Burlingame, California

revised: March 24, 2015