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GCBE PROFESSIONAL STAFF VACATIONS AND HOLIDAYS

Adoption Date: 2/10/1970, Revised: 6/13/1991
G - PERSONNEL
 

The School Calendar, as developed under Board Policy ICA – Guidelines For Establishing U.C.S.D. #1 School Calendar and as adopted by the Board of Trustees, shall set forth the Student Days, Inservice Days, Teacher Contract Days, Vacation Days, and Legal Holidays for teaching staff, support personnel, and administrative personnel in the district.

Annual Leave

District administrators and other district employees, as designated by the Board of Trustees, shall be granted paid Annual Leave in accordance with the guidelines approved by the Board. Annual Leave may be taken upon proper approval of the immediate supervisor and the Superintendent.

Vacation Days

Vacation Days, as identified on the School Calendar, shall be designated as scheduled workdays for all twelve-month employees. Designated Vacation Days shall not be scheduled as workdays for those employees that are scheduled to work a fixed number of days workday schedule, unless the Vacation Days are specified as workdays when establishing the employee’s schedule. In all instances, designated Vacation Days are non-paid day unless the employee works.

Holidays

The following Holidays shall be paid Holidays for all full-time district employees and those employees that are not scheduled to work a fixed number of days workday schedule:

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Thanksgiving Day and the Friday following

Christmas Day and one additional day at Christmas

Generally, when a Holiday falls on a Saturday, Friday will be the official day observed; when a Holiday falls on a Sunday, Monday will be the official day observed.

Current practice codified: 1978

 

 

Policy References:
W.S. 21-7-301

 

Policy Cross References:
 » ICA - GUIDELINES FOR ESTABLISHING UCSD #1 SCHOOL CALENDAR