414.1 Classified Empl. Vac.-Holidays-Pers. Leave

SUPPORT STAFF VACATION AND HOLIDAYS

 

Vacation          Full time, twelve-month noncertificated staff shall receive two weeks of vacation with pay after the completion of one year of service.  Each year after five years of employment one day shall be added, up to a total of the full time equivalency of twenty-one (21) days.  Vacation time must be utilized within three (3) months from the end of a given fiscal year (i.e. must be used by the first day of October). Any days that are not used will be lost to the employee and cannot be carried forward to subsequent years. Vacation days must be approved, a minimum of two weeks prior to utilization, by the employee’s supervisor.

 

Holidays          A.         Fulltime, twelve-month noncertificated employees will be granted time off with pay for the following legal holidays:

 

                                    New Year’s Day

                                    Memorial Day

                                    Independence Day

                                    Labor Day

                                    Thanksgiving Day

                                    Christmas Day

                                   

  1. Twelve-month support staff will receive Friday off after Thanksgiving, Good Friday, one day as a “floating holiday” during the Christmas break, and the day before Christmas when it is a weekday and when there is no school on that day.
     
  2. Part-time non certificated employees will be granted time off with pay for the following legal holidays: 

    New Year’s Day

    Memorial Day (unless the school year has ended)

    Independence Day

    Labor Day (unless the school year has not started)

    Thanksgiving Day

    Christmas Day

                           

  3. If a holiday falls on a weekend, the superintendent will designate which workday will be granted off with pay.
     
  4. To be eligible for a holiday off with pay, an employee must have worked the last designated work day preceding the holiday, and the first designated work day following the holiday, unless the absence is excused.