Legal Resources | | EC 44816
Teacher end-of-year reports
Except in districts exempted by the Department of Education and in which regular periodic reports of pupil and employee personnel data are submitted by the principal of each school to the city or district superintendent of schools, or, if no superintendent is employed in the district, to the county superintendent of schools on forms approved by the Department of Education, every teacher in the public elementary schools shall at the close of school during each school year make an annual report to the principal of the school in which he is employed; or, in the case of one-teacher schools, to the city or district superintendent of schools, or, if no superintendent is employed, to the county superintendent of schools on forms furnished by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Any teacher who is teaching in any school at the close of school shall, in his annual report, include all statistics for the entire school year.
Where one teacher is in charge of a class and keeps the records thereof, assistant teachers or other teachers of the class or any of the pupils thereof who are required to keep no records shall not be required to render reports.
The city, district, or county superintendent of schools shall in no case draw a requisition for the salary of any teacher for the last month of a school term, until the report has been filed by him and approved.
(Enacted by Stats. 1976, Ch. 1010.)