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Manhattan Beach USD |  BP  4200  Personnel

Classified Personnel   

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The Governing Board recognizes that classified personnel provide essential services that support and enhance the district's educational program. The Board shall fill each of its classified positions with qualified persons, consistent with position requirements and rules and regulations of the personnel commission. "To classify" shall include, but not be limited to, duties of the personnel commission to allocate positions to appropriate classes, arrange classes into occupational hierarchies, determine reasonable relationships within occupational hierarchies, and prepare written class specifications. (Education Code 45220-45320)

(cf. 0200 - Goals for the School District)

(cf. 4211 - Recruitment and Selection)

Each classified position shall have a designated title and regular minimum number of assigned hours per day, days per week, and months per year.

Classified employees shall be assigned to perform those duties prescribed for the position the employee holds, in accordance with personnel commission rules and regulations, applicable job descriptions, and collective bargaining agreements.

(cf. 4141/4241 - Collective Bargaining Agreement)

Each classified employee shall be held accountable for duties assigned to him/her and shall undergo regular performance evaluations in accordance with collective bargaining agreements.

(cf. 4215 - Evaluation/Supervision)

Substitute and Short-Term Employees

The district may employ a substitute employee to replace a classified employee who is temporarily absent from duty. (Education Code 45103)

If the district is in the process of hiring a permanent employee to fill a classified position, the Board may fill the vacancy with one or more substitute employees for no more than 60 calendar days, unless the applicable collective bargaining agreement provides for a different period of time. (Education Code 45103)

The district may employ a short-term employee to perform a service for the district when that service or similar services will not be extended or needed on a continuing basis. Before employing a short-term employee, the Board, at a regularly scheduled meeting, shall specify the service required to be performed by the employee and shall certify the ending date of the service. The Board may shorten or extend the ending date, but the date shall not be extended beyond 195 work days per year, including holidays, sick leave, vacation, and other leaves of absence, irrespective of the number of hours worked per day. (Education Code 45103)

Legal Reference:


45100-45139 Employment of classified staff

45160-45169 Salaries and differential compensation

45190-45210 Resignation and leaves of absence

45220-45320 Merit system

49406 Examination for tuberculosis

51760-51769.5 Work experience education

Management Resources:


California School Employees Association:


adopted: July 18, 2018 Manhattan Beach, California