4200 AR - Classified Personnel

Classified Personnel
Administrative Regulation No. 4200
Regulation Approved:  September 18, 2003

CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL


Exemptions from Classified Service


Individuals hired solely for the following purposes are exempt from the classified service:  (Education Code 45103)

l.        Substitute or short-term employees who are employed for less than 75 percent of the school year to replace any classified employee who is temporarily absent from duty

Substitute employee means any person employed to replace any classified employee who is temporarily absent from duty.  In addition, if the district is then engaged in a procedure to hire a permanent employee to fill a vacancy in any classified position, the Governing Board may fill the vacancy through the employment, for not more than 60 calendar days, of one or more substitute employees, except to the extent that a collective bargaining agreement then in effect provides for a different period of time.

Short term employee means any person who is employed to perform a service for the district, upon the completion of which the service required or similar services will not be extended or needed on a continuing basis.

Seventy-five percent of the school year means 195 working days, including holidays, sick leave, vacation and other leaves of absences, irrespective of the number of hours worked per day.

2.    Part-time playground positions (noon duty aides), when the employees are not otherwise employed in classified positions in the district

3.    Apprentices and professional experts employed on a temporary basis for a specific project regardless of length of employment

4.    Full-time day students employed part time

5.    Part-time students employed part time in any college work study program or in a work experience program which is financed by state or federal funds


Persons hired solely for purposes which are exempted from the classified service shall nevertheless fulfill the obligations of classified employees related to physical examinations pursuant to Education Code 45122, fingerprinting pursuant to Education Code 45125, and tuberculosis tests pursuant to Education Code 49406.  Employment for such purposes after conviction of a sex or controlled substance offense shall be subject to the provisions of Education Code 45123 and 45124.  (Education Code 45106)

(cf. AR 4218 - Dismissal/Suspension/Disciplinary Action)

 

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