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Oath Or Affirmation   

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At the advice of legal counsel, the Superintendent or designee may exempt an employee from taking the oath if he/she raises a valid religious objection.

The Superintendent, deputy or assistant superintendent, principal or other person authorized in Education Code 60 shall administer the oath or affirmation when a district employee is hired.

In the case of intermittent, temporary, emergency or successive employments, the Superintendent or designee may determine that the oath shall be effective for all successive periods of employment which begin within one calendar year from the date that the oath was subscribed. (Government Code 3102)

(cf. 4121 - Temporary/Substitute Personnel)

The Superintendent or designee shall file the executed oath or affirmation within 30 days of the date on which it is taken and subscribed. An employee's oath or affirmation may be destroyed five years after the termination of employment. (Government Code 3105)

Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

60 Persons authorized to administer and certify oaths

44334 Oath or affirmation required for credential

44354 Administration of oath required for credential

GOVERNMENT CODE

3100-3109 Oath or affirmation of allegiance

CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION

Article 20, Section 3 Oath of office

COURT DECISIONS

Chilton v. Contra Costa Community College District 55 Cal. App. 3d 544 (1976)

Vogel v. County of Los Angeles (1967) 68 Cal. 2d 18, 22

Regulation CENTINELA VALLEY UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

approved: December 14, 2010 Lawndale, California