18-19 Personal Business Leave Request Form
Number of Personal Days Needed
Please type out the date(s) you will be absent below
Day of week, month, date, year (Tuesday, August 11, 2015)
By checking "yes" below, I am confirming that I have checked my pay stub and therefore I have enough personal days to request the date(s). (IF "yes" cannot be checked, please email Connie/Martha for a meeting)
FYI: Personal Days Section from the Collective Bargaining Agreement
Section 9.03 Personal Business Leave A. Amount – Each employee shall be entitled to be absent from work three (3) days each school year for the transaction of personal business or the conduct of personal or civic affairs. Such leaves may be used in whole or half day increments. Requests for personal business leave should be made 48 hours in advance in writing to the building principal. In cases of emergency or other similar unforeseen circumstance, requests may be made orally to both the substitute coordinator and the building principal. B. Employees are discouraged from using personal business leave on staff development days or to extend a school vacation. If used on a staff development day then the employee remains totally responsible for securing the learning lost from their being absent during that activity. C. Accumulation – If an employee does not use all of the personal business leave in a given school year, the remaining personal business leave shall be accumulated for use in later school year, except that no more than a total of two (2) days may be accumulated from earlier school years for use as personal business leave, so that the maximum total personal business leave available in any one school year is three (3) days earned during the school year and up to two (2) days accumulated from earlier school years or a total of five (5) days. D. Conversion to Sick Leave – Any unused personal business leave not accumulated for use in later years as personal business leave shall be added to the employee’s accumulated sick leave.
By checking this box, I am verifying I have read Section 9.03 and I understand.
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