Handbooks, Policies, Procedures and Regulations

  • All employees of the 极速六合彩 are expected to be familiar with, understand, and comply with applicable District policies, regulations, procedures, guidelines, contracts, and handbooks.

    Newly hired employees are expected to review and become familiar with the foregoing within their first 30 days of employment. All continuing employees are expected to review and refresh their understanding of the foregoing at the beginning of each school year. Be sure to talk with your supervisor or e-mail or call the HR Office (814-231-1051) if you have any questions.

    Employee Handbooks

    Districtwide:

    Act 93 Compensation Plan for Administrators 17-18 to 23-24

    Act 93 Compensation Plan for Administrators 2024-2029

    Faculty and Staff Handbook - August, 2023

    Departmental:

    Food Service Department Employee Handbook

    Physical Plant Policy Book

    Policies, Procedures and Regulations

    AED's, Diabetes, Seizure, Bloodborne Pathogen, and Allergy Awareness for Schools:

    All employees are required to be aware of the following.  Additional training will be available through My Learning Plan (MLP).

    PA Chapters 14 (Special Education), 15 (Protected Handicapped Students - 504), and 16 (Special Education for Gifted):

    All professionals and paraprofessionals who provide services to our students receiving special education, gifted education, or 504 services are reminded about their professional responsibilities to review and implement these legally binding documents, as per PA Chapters 14 (Special Education), 15 (Protected Handicapped Students - 504), and 16 (Special Education for Gifted).  All employees are reminded of the specially designed instruction and/or accommodations developed by the team when initially created, renewed, or modified.  If further explanation is needed, it is expected that all professionals will contact the assigned case manager/school counselor/principal to assist.

    Policies

    Social Media

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    Teacher-Related

    Code of Professional Practice and Conduct for Educators

    Use of Personal Vehicle for District-Related Travel

    In order to be reimbursed for District-related travel when using your own vehicle, you must first provide to the Business Office a copy of your valid driver's license and proof of automobile insurance as required by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

    Workers' Compensation Rights and Designated Physician's List

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