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Teacher Release from Contract document sample
Teacher Release from Contract document sample
Florida Department of Education District Policies for Supplemental Educational Services 2008 - 2009 It is recommended that all applicants interested in becoming a state approved SES provider contact the District NCLB School Choice Coordinator in each district in which they wish to serve students to obtain basic information to assist them in applying for state approval. District Coordinators may wish to complete this form to provide district policies related to specific topics. District: Pinellas District NCLB School Choice Coordinator: Nancy Nole Phone Number: 727.893.2307 E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Facility Management: Yes No Contracted vendors may use district facilities. If yes, what are the procedures for facility rental? Details for Facility Use are explained in our contract and the first meeting of the school year, usually in July. Facility rental fee: $4.00 per hour with a two hour per day minimum. (Monday- Friday) Facilities are available on the weekend at a considerable higher amount. Yes No School facilities are available on weekends Assessment Data: What types of assessment data will be shared with approved SES providers? Common assessment administered by the classroom teachers will be available after October 15th. The assessments available before that will be from the previous school year. Yes No Can SES providers use district provided diagnostic data to develop student learning plans? If yes, when will the student data be available for providers for 2008-2009? Diagnostic data is not available until after October 15th . So, providers can not use it to write Student Learning Plans. Yes No Are post-assessments required by the contract? Schedules: Indicate the average student and teacher release times of your schools. Average Elementary School Student release time: Three tier schedule: 1st - nd rd 1:45p.m. 2 - 2:40p.m. 3 - 3:15p.m. Teacher and paraprofessional contract hours: varies according to school Average Middle School Student release time: n/a Teacher and paraprofessional contract hours: n/a Average High School Student release time: n/a Teacher and paraprofessional contract hours: n/a Marketing and Outreach: Yes No Does the district have specific policies regarding marketing and outreach for SES? If yes, explain: Guidelines are covered in the SES contract that all providers must sign before working in Pinellas County. Yes No Does the district have a policy regarding approved SES providers employing district employees? If yes, please explain the policy:District employees may not recruit, solicit, or recommend a specific SES provider to parents, even if the teacher works for a company.No district employee may discuss SES issues during the regular school day with parents, other employees or the SES company owner. All SES work must be done by district employees after the employee's regular school day ends. There are written guidelines that will be shared with SES providers at the first meeting (usually in July) Yes No Does the district plan to have provider fairs? If yes, is attendance mandatory for providers? Yes No Yes No Does the district plan to schedule an employee fair? Insurance Requirements/Fingerprinting/Background Checks: Describe the policy related to the district’s insurance requirements: All SES employees must have a Level II screening done by the district office and badges must ALWAYS be worn when doing business as an SES provider on school campus. If the badge is not visible, the person may be asked to leave the premises. Yes No Does the district require all provider employees to use the district’s approved fingerprint and background check vendor? If yes, what is the cost? $56.25, may change slightly for the upcoming year. Management: Yes No Does the district hire school site facilitators for SES? Yes No Does the district require providers to use specific software for invoicing, developing student learning plans, tracking attendance and reporting students? If yes, identify the software? Eligible Students: How many students are eligible to participate in SES in the district? 15,000 How many students participated in SES in 2007-2008? 3,200 How many schools are required to offer SES in the district? 35 schools were required to offer SES this year. We serve 41 schools because we included the schools that were required to offer choice. We received a waiver from USDE and were not required to offer choice. We offered SES as an alternative. District’s Per Pupil Allocation: $1,269.00 per student for 2007-2008.
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