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Daily time schedules for members of the support staff will be established by the superintendent in cooperation with the building administrators and other supervisors. All support staff employees will receive a calendar of scheduled work days. Calendars will be developed annually according to job classifications, i.e., 12 months, 11 months, 10 months.

The following guidelines will be established in the arrangement of support staff work schedules:

Work schedules will be arranged in cooperation with the building principal and the immediate supervisor. Custodians and maintenance personnel will work a 40-hour week. Work hours shall range from 5:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. first shift and 2:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. second shift Monday through Friday. Maintenance and custodial staff will receive two 15-minute (AM and PM) breaks and one duty-free 30-minute lunch as mutually agreed upon by the custodian/maintenance staff and his/her supervisor.

A two-week notice shall be given to any employee whose shift has been altered. Any modification within an employee's shift range shall not exceed two (2) requests per semester.

(Any major changes to these shift ranges shall be implemented upon the recommendation of a budget reduction task force.)

Extraordinary and nonscheduled work outside regular work schedule shall be compensated per Board policy GDBB.

Any overtime must be approved by the administrator in charge and the immediate supervisor.

Support staff employees will be expected to work each day scheduled on their job classification calendar with the following exceptions:


          When schools are closed, 11- and 10-month employees will not report for work. These days will be made up whenever "make-up snow days" are scheduled for teachers and students.


          When schools are closed, 12-month employees will report to work as indicated by their school calendar. They will also be required to work whenever "make-up snow days" are scheduled. If "make-up snow days" are scheduled on dates that appear as "other vacation days" on an employee's calendar, the employee may take a day off for each "make-up snow day" worked; however, this requires mutual consent of employee and immediate supervisor. Full-time 12-month employees may be given one (1) to two (2) hours(s) to report to work on day(s) when classes have been cancelled due to inclement weather per policy GDBDA.

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Note:  The reader is encouraged to check the index located at the beginning of this section for other pertinent policies and to review administrative procedures and/or forms for related information.


Adopted:         10/14/1993


Revised:          08/13/1998; 08/11/2005; 04/07/2008; 06/11/2009; 05/09/2013


Cross Refs:     EBC, Emergency Plans/Safety Drills

IC, School Year/School Calendar

ID, School Day

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