More information on wage differences, salary measures, longevity increases and work for meetings. When a teacher works in the same meeting activity between September and June, that teacher accepts sick hours per session after 20 consecutive sessions. If you request such an activity per session and are accepted, you will receive an hourly rate of 1/1375 of your annual rate. This compensation is earned in addition to your normal salary. The life of a school extends beyond ordinary courses. Students can benefit from additional academic support from their teachers. You can create yearbooks for seniors, join debate teams, participate in school games and participate in team sport. Students can continue to be counselled by school psychologists and social workers and be evaluated in the area of mental health. Paraprofits can provide students with the support they need to access a number of activities that take place beyond school hours. Below are some of the rules that govern these activities per meeting for the different categories of projects. For more information on the work per meeting, see Article 15 of the Treaty and the Regulation of Chancellor C-175. You get sick leave in one activity per session based on one session stagnating the absenteeism rate for 20 consecutive sessions.

If your sick leave is not used, you must request, through your payroll secretary, that the time be transferred to your cumulative absence reserve. Teachers who work as coaches and in other activities per session receive a cumulative absence reserve (CAR) for work per session. You should check the contract for the number of meetings for each activity you are interested in. At the end of the activity, the payroll secretary must complete the unutilized sickness time transfer form per session, which documents the period of illness accumulated per session, which must be transferred to the member`s normal sick bank. This form is signed by the salary secretary, the activity manager and the member to certify that the time is correct. The member should keep a copy for his recordings. Throughout the school year, teachers apply for “per session” activities organized either before school, after school, on weekends or during the holidays, or in the summer. If you apply for such an activity and are accepted for this activity, you will be paid at the rate of the meeting listed in the contract. The selection of most activities per session is based on the different criteria set out in each article that appear on the DOE WEB website. If the activity you perform is expressly stated in the contract, the selection is based on the completion of qualifications and seniority in the system.

Throughout the school year, teachers and other titles may also apply for activities per session that take place either before school, after school, on weekends or holidays, or in summer. Teachers are paid an hourly rate of $51.13 per session. Look at the full schedule of your trading unit. There are certain extracurricular activities that are included in the contract – sports and non-sports – which are paid on the basis of a maximum number of “sessions” allocated to each activity. A “session” is defined as two hours after school day. If the number of positions is reduced, those with the least seniority in the activity will be the first to lose their positions per session. If the position is restored during the session cycle, seniority order staff can return to the activity without the need to book.