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Article 1. Pay Plan For The Exempt Teaching Staff Of The State Special Schools And Diagnostic Centers. Pay Plan for School Term Employee.   

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(a) Pay for Entire School Term. A school term employee who completes all the service required for an entire school term shall for such service be paid his or her annual school term salary in installments payable on state pay days covering the period of one year beginning with the effective date of his appointment to the position. The first installment shall be paid on an appropriate state pay day following the effective date of his appointment for the year and shall be the amount of the established monthly salary for the position. If such employee separates from the position following the completion of assigned duties in the position but prior to the end of the period of a year, the employee may on separation be paid as a final settlement the unpaid balance of the salary due, such balance to be computed by taking into account changes, if any, in the salary rate and time base. Such balance will equal the amount which the employee would have been paid if employment had continued until the end of the period of a year. For each month the employee works one-half or more of the workdays certified to the Controller for that month the employee shall be granted a qualifying pay period.

(b) Interim Adjustment in Pay Due to Noncompensable Absence. If, because of a late start or noncompensable absence of a school term employee, it is necessary to reduce the salary payment for any state pay period, the interim reduction for that period shall be computed as follows:

(1) First Step - Divide the annual salary by 210. The annual salary shall be the monthly salary rate in effect at the time of dock multiplied by twelve.

(2) Second Step - Divide the number of hours on dock by 8.

(3) Third Step - The amount of dock shall be the result of the first step multiplied by the result of the second step.

(c) If the amount of dock computed in any one pay period would result in zero or minus pay, the dock pay shall be calculated as follows:

(1) First Step - Divide the annual salary by 210. The annual salary shall be the monthly salary rate in effect at the time of dock multiplied by twelve.

(2) Second Step - Divide the number of hours on dock by 8.

(3) Third Step - The amount of dock shall be the result of the first step multiplied by the result of the second step.

(d) Settlement Payments. A school term employee who serves less than a school term, or whose pay has been adjusted due to a late start or a noncompensable absence, or who has had a change in time base, or who is transferred to service in a position other than as a school term employee shall, on the state pay day immediately following the final state pay period for which appointed and served or at the time separated or transferred from the school term position, receive a final settlement payment computed in accordance with the following formula:

(1) First step - The total salary earned equals the total days worked by the employee divided by the number of workdays in the school term for the employee's classification; the resulting figure is multiplied by the employee's annual school term salary.

(2) Second step - The amount of settlement pay equals the total salary earned minus the salary payment previously received by the employee for the current school term.

(e) Report to Controller. The final settlement payment shall be computed by the special school and a copy of such computation furnished to the State Controller.

Authority cited:

Education Code 59003

Education Code 59113

Education Code 59203

Reference:

Education Code 59003

Education Code 59113

Education Code 59203

(Amended by Register 2007, No. 39.)