1 CONTRACT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF THE COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION OF SOUTHERN HANCOCK COUNTY AND NEW PALESTINE CLASSROOM TEACHERS ASSOCIATION This contract entered into this 20th day of August 2015, by and between the board of school trustees of the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County, hereinafter called the "School Employer", and the New Palestine Classroom Teachers Association, hereinafter called the "Association".
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLE I...Page 2 Recognition...Page 2 ARTICLE II...Page 3 A. Additional Training...Page 3 B. Retirement Savings Plan...Page 3 ARTICLE III, Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits...Page 4 A. Health and Hospitalization Insurance...Page 4 B. Life Insurance...Page 4 C. Supplemental Term Life Insurance...Page 4 D. Long Term Disability Insurance...Page 5 E. Dental Insurance...Page 5 F. Vision Insurance...Page 5 G. Section Page 6 H. Sick Days...Page 6 I. Summer School Sick Days...Page 6 J. Personal Business Leave...Page 7 K. Bereavement Leave...Page 7 L. Jury and Witness Duty...Page 8 M. Maternity Leave...Page 8 N. Paternity Leave...Page 8 O. Adoptive Leave...Page 8 P. Sick Leave Bank...Page 8 Q. Continuation of Group Insurance...Page 10 R. Association Leave...Page 10 ARTICLE IV, Terms and General Provisions...Page 11 COMPENSATION MODEL...Page 13 COMPENSTATION MODEL EXAMPLE..Page 14 APPENDIX A...Page 15 Base Salary Schedule...Page 15 APPENDIX B...Page 16 Extracurricular Pay Schedule...Page 16 1
3 ARTICLE I Recognition The school employer recognizes the New Palestine Classroom Teachers Association as the exclusive representative of certificated school employees in the following bargaining unit: All certificated employees, as defined in PL 217, in the Southern Hancock School Corporation, except for: Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Building Principals Building Assistant Principals Director of Instructional Services 2
4 ARTICLE II A. Additional Training 1. National Certification Any teacher covered by this agreement who is certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards shall be reimbursed up to $2,000 for the costs upon completion of the program. No more than two (2) teachers per year will qualify for this reimbursement. B. Retirement Savings Plan 1. The Corporation shall contribute.5% of the employee s scheduled salary into a 401(A) plan. 2. Teachers under a temporary contract are not eligible for this benefit. 3. The company selected to implement this program will be selected by the employer. 4. To be vested, the employee must have a minimum of ten (10) years teaching experience in this school corporation. 5. To be vested in the 403B Buyout Retirement/Severance Plan, the employee must be at least fifty-five (55) years of age, have at least twenty (20) years of total teaching experience, and have a minimum of ten (10) years teaching experience in this school corporation. These benefits are not available to any teacher hired after
5 ARTICLE III Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits A. Health and Hospitalization Insurance The school employer will pay up to the following listed amounts annually toward the cost of hospital, surgical, and medical care type insurance for each full-time teacher employed under regular or temporary contract and enrolled in the school corporation's group plan effective January 01: Any increase and or reduction in the premium above said Board's annual contribution shall be shared equally between the Board and teacher. Up to the amount specified will be paid to such insurance company or companies as is determined and selected solely by the school employer with said teacher paying not less than one dollar ($1.00) annually. No change in the policy or benefits shall be made during the term of this contract. Should both a husband and wife, who are employed in a certified position, be entitled to participate in this insurance plan, such persons may elect to: A. enroll in two (2) separate single plans, B. enroll in one (1) family membership, or C. combine their entitlements under this section for separate, single plans toward the payment of one family plan. B. Life Insurance The school employer shall pay up to the amount specified below toward the cost of term life insurance in the amount of $50,000 coverage per full-time teacher employed under regular or temporary contract and enrolled in the school corporation's group plan, with the teacher paying not less than one dollar ($1.00). Maximum school employer payment per teacher: up to $ in C. Supplemental Term Life Insurance Supplemental term life insurance will be available with the teacher paying the full cost of this coverage. The school employer and the Association will mutually agree upon the coverage provided and the insurance company. 4
6 ARTICLE III, continued Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits D. Long Term Disability Insurance The school employer shall pay up to the amount specified below toward the costs of a long-term disability insurance plan per full-time teacher employed under regular or temporary contract and enrolled in the school corporation's group plan, with the teacher paying not less than one dollar ($1.00). up to $ in The insurance company will be selected by the school employer. The school employer and the Association will mutually agree upon the coverage provided. E. Dental Insurance The school employer shall pay up to the amount specified below toward the costs of a dental insurance plan per full-time teacher employed under regular or temporary contract and enrolled in the school corporation's group plan, with the teacher paying not less than one dollar ($1.00). up to $1, in The insurance company will be selected by the school employer. The school employer and the Association will mutually agree upon the coverage provided. Should both a husband and wife, who are employed in a certified position, be entitled to participate in this insurance plan, such persons may elect to: A. enroll in two (2) separate single plans, B. enroll in one (1) family membership, or C. combine their entitlements under this section for separate, single plans toward the payment of one family plan. F. Vision Insurance The school employer shall pay up to the amount specified below toward the costs of a vision insurance plan per full-time teacher employed under regular or temporary contract and enrolled in the school corporation's group plan, with the teacher paying not less than one dollar ($1.00). up to $ in The insurance company will be selected by the school employer. The school employer and the Association will mutually agree upon the coverage provided. 5
7 ARTICLE III, continued Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits F. Vision Insurance (cont d) Should both a husband and wife, who are employed in a certified position, be entitled to participate in this insurance plan, such persons may elect to: A. enroll in two (2) separate, single plans, B. enroll in one (1) family membership, or C. combine their entitlements under this section for separate, single plans toward the payment of one family plan. G. Section 125 Effective January 01, 1996, an Internal Revenue Code Section 125 will be implemented for all employees. This program will be Part I, which includes premiums for health insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance, and term life insurance. Enrollment will be based on the automatic method. This method requires forms only for those who waive participation in the plan. The employee must notify the employer prior to December 01 to waive participation. Changes in enrollment are limited to one time per year. H. Sick Days Each full-time teacher employed under regular or temporary contract shall be entitled to be absent from work on account of personal illness or quarantine for a total of eleven (11) days for first year employees and for all others, ten (10) days without loss of compensation. If in any one school year the teacher shall be absent for such illness or quarantine less than the prescribed number of days, the remaining days shall be accumulative to a total of 196 days, provided, however, that up to a total of twelve (12) sick leave days per year may also be used for illness of spouse, children, father, mother, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren or others living in the home with the employee, or for medical and dental appointments. A teacher employed under regular or temporary contract for only a portion of the school year shall be entitled to a proportionate number of days of sick leave, and unused days will be accumulative as specified herein. Verification of illness by a physician's statement may be required at the sole discretion of the school employer. I. Summer School Sick Days A teacher working during the summer on a supplemental contract will be allowed to be absent due to illness one (1) summer day per summer session. This leave will not count against a teacher s accumulated sick leave and if not used, will be added to the teacher s accumulated leave at the rate of one (1) summer school day equals one-half (1/2) day on the accumulated leave total. 6
8 ARTICLE III, continued Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits J. Personal Business Leave Each full-time teacher employed under regular or temporary contract shall be entitled to three (3) days of absence per school year without loss of pay for family emergency or for the transaction of personal business and/or the conduct of personal or civic affairs. If in any one school year the teacher shall be absent for reasons covered in this provision for fewer than three (3) days, the remaining days shall accumulate to a total of six (6) days. Days accumulated beyond six (6) shall be transferred to the teacher's accumulated sick leave. A teacher employed under regular or temporary contract for only a portion of the school year shall be entitled to only a proportionate number of personal leave days. On days immediately prior to or following vacation days, no more than three (3) staff members in any one building will be granted leave on the same date. The total granted district wide, on any one date immediately prior to or following vacation days, will not exceed fifteen (15) people. K. Bereavement Leave In the case of death in the immediate family of a full-time teacher or teacher s spouse employed under a regular, temporary, or supplemental service contract, the teacher shall be granted a bereavement leave of up to five (5) school days per occurrence for the purpose of attending the funeral, making necessary arrangements for the funeral, or serving as administrator/executor of the estate of a member of the teacher's immediate family. This leave shall begin on a date determined by the teacher; if the teacher needs to take leave days which are nonconsecutive, the leave shall end at the conclusion of the current school year. This leave will be approved provided that said burial rites do not occur during the time when said teacher is absent from assigned duties due to vacation, or leaves of absence, or sick leaves, or leaves for personal business, which may have been previously granted or approved by the school employer. (School holidays falling in this period shall be counted as school days.) "Immediate family" is interpreted as including only father, mother, legal guardian, brother, sister, husband, wife, child, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, any member of the step family, grandparent, and grandchild. Any other relative who at the time of death was living as a member of the teacher's household will be considered as a member of the immediate family. In the case of death of a family member as listed herein, not living in the household of the teacher, the full-time teacher is entitled to be absent up to the number of days indicated herein, provided, however, said teacher does attend in person the last burial rites of the said family member; that said burial rites occur while said teacher is performing duties as assigned by the school employer under a valid teacher's contract; and that said burial rites do not occur during the time when said teacher is absent from assigned duties due to vacation, or leaves of absence, or sick leave, or leaves for personal business, which may have been previously granted or approved by the school employer: Brother-in law or sister-in-law --- up to four (4) days; Uncle, aunt, first cousin, niece or nephew, grand-parent-in-law --- up to two (2) days 7
9 ARTICLE III, continued Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits K. Bereavement Leave, (cont d) Other family members or that of close friend(s) --- one (1) day Summer School Bereavement A teacher working during the summer on a supplemental contract will be allowed to be absent due to bereavement leave, one (1) summer day per session. L. Jury and Witness Duty A teacher called for grand or petit jury duty shall, during the required period of absence from assigned duty by the school employer, be paid full regular salary less the total amount of per diem allowance earned by such teacher for jury duty. During the term of a valid teacher's contract, leave with pay shall be granted to a teacher for the time necessary to testify in court proceedings, provided the teacher is called concerning the relating to their professional duties as an employee of Southern Hancock Schools. M. Maternity Leave Said teacher may elect to utilize, after the delivery, up to thirty (30) days of accumulated sick leave days under the provisions of this contract. N. Paternity Leave A male employee may use up to eight (8) family illness days, without loss of compensation, upon the birth or adoption of a child. O. Adoptive Leave A teacher who adopts a child is entitled to a leave of absence. Said teacher may utilize twenty (20) days of accumulated sick leave days under the provisions of this contract. P. Sick Leave Bank A voluntary sick leave bank shall be established whereby a certificated contracted school employee, who is absent from assigned duties due to personal illness and who has utilized all of his sick leave may petition a committee, as established herein, for sick leave days from the bank under the following conditions: 1. The number of accumulated sick days in the bank shall not exceed two hundred fifty (250) days, provided, however, that (a) a veteran teacher who is not a current member of the bank may become a member by contributing one (1) sick leave day to the bank not earlier than August 01 nor later than September 15 of any school year; and (b) a teacher 8
10 ARTICLE III, continued Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits P. Sick Leave Bank, (cont d) who is newly hired in the school corporation shall have fifteen (15) days from the date of initial duty assignment, or until September 15 of any school year, whichever is later, during which time he may choose to participate in the bank by contributing one (1) sick leave day, even though such contribution by such veteran or newly hired teacher would cause an accumulation of days in excess of the maximum number specified herein. 2. Said employees may be granted days from the bank under the following conditions: a. He must have chosen to become a current member of and participate in such bank by contributing one (1) sick leave day to the bank not earlier than August 01 nor later than September 15 each year, such day contribution shall be nonreturnable to the employee. However, in the event that the number of accumulated days in the bank at the beginning of a school year is of sufficient number that a contribution of one (1) sick leave day by all teachers who are current members of the bank would cause the maximum number of days specified herein above in Paragraph One to be exceeded, the current year's contribution by all such current members be suspended. b. He must have utilized and exhausted all his own accumulated sick leave. c. He must provide written certification from his physician substantiating his illness and certifying that his absence will continue during a period of at least ten (10) consecutive assigned duty days following the utilization and exhaustion of all said paid leave benefits as provided herein. d. Written application must be made no later than ten (10) days after exhaustion of said paid leave benefits. e. He must have been absent for at least one (1) day after exhaustion of said paid leave benefits. f. Upon resumption of employment after using days from the bank, he shall repay the number of days owed to the bank (number of days borrowed minus number of days contributed) at the rate of three (3) sick leave days per year, plus he shall continue to contribute this one (1) day per year as provided herein above in Paragraph 2(a). g. A recipient who leaves the employment of Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County and still owes days to the sick bank, must transfer any accumulated sick leave days and/or personal leave days to the bank as payment towards the loan. If the days are insufficient to cover the number of days owed the bank, the corporation will deduct the costs of days not paid, from the recipient s remaining pay. If there is no pay remaining, the corporation will bill the teacher for the balance due. 9
11 ARTICLE III, continued Salary and Wage Related Fringe Benefits P. Sick Leave Bank, (cont d) h. In the event of death or permanent disability of the recipient, repayment shall be waived. 3. Any days granted by the committee to an individual shall terminate effective the earliest date as hereinafter provided: a. The day after the last day of the term of employment for the school year, or b. The day after the last day of allotted number of days granted by the committee, or c. The first day of return to employment subsequent to the granting of days by the committee. 4. Any employee that has been granted days from the Sick Leave Bank will not be eligible to reapply for additional days until all of the borrowed days have been repaid. 5. A waiver for eligibility for sick leave prior to having repaid the borrowed days will be considered by the committee in instances where the illness or injury is life-threatening, requiring extended hospitalization, or intensive medical intervention. Q. Continuation of Group Insurance If allowed by the insurance carrier, a teacher who has attained the age of 55, has at least twenty (20) years of total teaching experience and has at least ten (10) years of teaching service in this school corporation, and who permanently retires from teaching while in service in this school corporation, may choose to continue in the school corporation's group medical, dental, vision, and/or term life insurance program provided the teacher remits full, total monthly premiums to the school corporation's business office prior to the due date of each month. Such teacher's participation as a member of said group program shall be terminated upon his/her attaining the age eligible for Medicare. R. Association Leave Days The Association shall be granted a total of four (4) days annually to perform work of the Association on matters of educational concern. 10
12 ARTICLE IV Terms and General Provisions This Contract shall be effective as of August 20, 2015, and shall continue in effect through June 30, The parties agree that the effective date of certain schedules and benefits contained in Article III and Article V, if different than the effective date of this Contract, shall be as provided and stated on said benefits individually. This Contract supersedes and cancels all previous contracts or agreements, verbal or written or based on alleged past practices, between the school employer and the Association, and constitutes the entire agreement between the parties. All bargainable issues have been discussed during the bargaining leading to this Contract, and no additional bargaining on said issues will be conducted on any item, whether contained herein or not, during the life of this Contract, unless the parties, by supplemental written agreement hereto, agree to conduct additional bargaining on said issues. If any Article or Section of this Contract or of any rider thereto shall be held invalid by operation of law or by any tribunal or competent jurisdiction, or if compliance with or enforcement of any Article or Section should be restrained by such tribunal pending a final determination as to its validity, the remainder of this Contract and of any rider thereto, or the application of such Article or Section to persons or circumstances other than those as to which it has been held invalid or as to which compliance with or enforcement of has been restrained, shall not be affected thereby. Certificated school employees shall have the right to form, join, or assist employee organizations, to participate in collective bargaining with the school employer through representatives of their own choosing and to engage in other activities, individually or in concert for the purpose of establishing, maintaining, or improving salaries, wages, hours, salary and wage related fringe benefits and other matters as defined in PL 217, Sections 4 and 5. The school employer construes and the Association recognizes the specific provisions of this Contract as constituting limitations and being the only limitations upon the school employer's right, power, authority, duties and responsibilities to manage and direct the operation and activities of this school corporation to the full extent authorized by law. This Contract is made and entered into at New Palestine, Indiana, on this 14th day of September 2015, by and between the Board of School Trustees of the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County, County of Hancock, State of Indiana, party of the first part, heretofore referred to as the "school employer", and the New Palestine Classroom Teachers Association, party of the second part, heretofore referred to as the "Association". 11
14 Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County Compensation Model There will be two factors relating to compensation for teachers employed at the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County. 1) Experience and Education Maximum.33 points a) Experience:.20 points for completed year of teaching. Teacher must have 120 days of service to count as a year. (TRF requirement) Maximum.20 points b) Education:.13 points for Masters Degree or higher Points for a Masters Degree or higher should be in the licensed area of the teacher or part of a course of study approved by a college or university for attainment of an advanced goal in education beyond the award of the bachelor degree. All documentation for educational points must be submitted to the superintendent by August 1, Maximum.13 points 2) Evaluation Results Maximum.67 points A teacher with an evaluation score of 2.5 or higher will receive.67 points. The amount of General Fund dollars available for teacher salary increase under the compensation model for contract is $350, All salary increases under the compensation model will be added to the teacher s base salary for the following contract. Any teacher having an evaluation result of Improvement Necessary or Ineffective will receive no raise. Any teacher employed on less than a full time basis (1 FTE) shall receive compensation for the two factors of the compensation model on a pro-rated basis, in proportion to the percentage of one full time equivalent (1 FTE) for which the teacher is employed. The base salaries of teachers is set forth in Appendix A. The salary increase awarded to teachers using the performance factors set forth above will be added to their base salaries unless the teacher has reached the maximum base salary of $80,035. Those teachers who have reached this maximum base salary limit will receive the salary increase of $ as a stipend. 13
15 Compensation Model Example Step 1: Factors Used to Determine Salary Increase Factors Maximum Points Requirement I. Experience and Degrees a. Years of Experience.20 Must serve a minimum of 120 days (ISTRF requirement) b. Additional Degrees M.S..13 Masters Degree or Higher and noted on IDOE License II. Evaluation Rating*.67 Evaluation score of 2.5 or higher (required for salary increase) Total Maximum 1.0 point Compensation Scenarios: Teacher A: Provides 120 days or more of instruction, has B.S., scores 2.5 or higher on evaluation Teacher B: Provides 120 days or more of instruction, has M.S., scores 2.5 or higher on evaluation Teacher C: Provides less than 120 days of instruction, has M.S., scores 2.5 or higher on evaluation Teacher D: Provides 120 days or more of instruction, has M.S., scores 2.49 or less on evaluation Teacher E: provides less than 120 days of instruction, has B.S., scores 2.5 or higher on evaluation Step 2: Calculation of Total Factor Sub-Factors Teacher A Teacher B Teacher C Teacher D Teacher E Total Factor Years of Experience Additional Degrees Evaluation Rating Total Sub-Factor Values * Step 3: Amount of General Fund Dollars Available for Teacher Salary Increase $3, Step 4: Individual Teacher Compensation Increase Sub- Factor Total Factor Teacher A =.2605 (26.05%) Teacher B =.2994 (29.94%) Teacher C =.2395 (23.95%) Teacher D = 0 (0%) Teacher E =.2006 (20.06%) % GF $ Available x $3,000 = $782 x $3,000 = $898 x $3,000 = $719 x $3,000 = $0 * x $3,000 = $ Base Salary Salary Increase Base Salary Teacher A $40, = $41,464 Teacher B $55, = $56,676 Teacher C $49, = $49,774 Teacher D $67, = $67,790 * Teacher E $39, = $40,179 *Evaluation score of 2.5 or higher is required to receive a salary increase. Increase (round to whole dollar) $3,001 14
16 APPENDIX A COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION OF SOUTHERN HANCOCK COUNTY New Palestine, Indiana BASE SALARY SCHEDULE (183 days) Years Exp. B.S. Includes 3% TRF M.S. Includes 3% TRF 0 40,000 $43,000 SALARY RANGE $40,000 - $81,500 Indiana State Teachers Retirement Fund The amounts contained in (1) the salary schedule herein contained in Appendix A, (2) the extracurricular pay schedule herein contained in Appendix B, (3) the sick leave/personal leave incentive herein contained in Article IV, Sections G and H, include three percent (3.00%) of said amounts to be paid directly to the Indiana State Teachers Retirement Fund by the Board on behalf of each affected teacher for payment of the teacher's share of such retirement contribution. Thus, the individual teacher's contract for each affected teacher shall be written for the amount of compensation payable which is less the said three percent (3.00%). 15
17 APPENDIX B EXTRACURRICULAR PAY SCHEDULE Teachers, if assigned to the extra duty positions as determined solely by the school employer and further provided herein, shall be paid in addition to their basic salaries the amount or amounts stipulated herein for services as designated by the school employer. The stipend provided herein includes pay for services rendered before school starts, during vacation periods, and after school closes, according to the assignment of the school employer. A teacher's appointment to an extra duty assignment(s) shall be on a year-to-year basis at the sole discretion of the school employer. A teacher may request to be relieved of an extracurricular assignment, and the school employer will make every effort to find a replacement. SPORT/ACTIVITY POSITION ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Middle School 5,571 ATHLETICS, BOYS Baseball: Varsity Coach 5,407 Assistant Coach, 2,527 Freshman Coach 1,200 8 th Grade Coach 1,722 7 th Grade Coach 1,722 Basketball: Varsity Coach 9,282 Varsity Asst. Coach 4,394 Reserve Coach 4,394 Freshman Coach 1,200 8 th Grade Coach 2,782 7 th Grade Coach 2,782 8 th Grade Asst. Coach 1,001 7 th Grade Asst. Coach 1,001 Football: Varsity Coach 9,282 Assistant Coach, 4,394 Freshman Coach 1,200 8 th Grade Coach 2,782 7 th Grade Coach 2,782 Middle School Asst. Coach, 1,200 Golf: Varsity Coach 3,612 Middle School Coach 1,606 Soccer: Varsity Coach 3,589 Varsity Asst. Coach 2,343 Middle School Coach 1,606 Tennis: Varsity Coach 3,828 Assistant Coach 2,006 16
19 SPORT/ACTIVITY POSITION Volleyball: Varsity Coach 4,043 Varsity Asst. Coach 2,371 Freshman Coach 1,200 8 th Grade Coach 1,918 7 th Grade Coach 1,669 ATHLETICS, CO-ED Cross Country: Varsity Coach 3,615 Varsity Asst. Coach 1,756 Middle School Coach 1,610 Middle School Asst. Coach 1,205 Intramurals: 6 th Grade Basketball th Grade Volleyball Coordinator and Coach 805 Tennis: Middle School Coach 1,606 Swimming: Varsity Coach 5,592 Varsity Asst. Coach, 2,800 Middle School Coach, 1,606 SPONSORS/OTHER ACTIVITIES Department Heads: High School Business 500 High School English 500 High School Foreign Language 500 High School Math 500 High School Physical Education 500 High School Practical Arts 500 High School Science 500 High School Social Studies 500 Team Leaders: Brandywine Elementary, 300 New Palestine Elementary, 300 Sugar Creek Elementary, 300 Middle School, 400 Music Activities: (School Year) High School Instrumental 3,809 High School Asst. Instrumental 2,297 Middle School Instrumental 378 Vocal, High School 2,343 Middle School Choir 250 Academic Competitions Coordinator 879 Academic Decathlon Sponsor, 584 Brain Game Sponsor 1,463 Cheerleader Sponsor, HS, 1,902 Cheerleader Sponsor, MS, 1,063 HS Thespians, Drama Director,
20 HS Thespians, Musical Director, 890 SPORT/ACTIVITY POSITION Drama Coach, MS, 759 Junior Class Sponsor, 1,140 Math Bowl Sponsor, Elem., 549 National Honor Society Sponsor 701 Natural Helpers Sponsor, HS, 549 Newspaper Sponsor, HS 1,156 Project Excel Sponsor 549 S.A.D.D. Sponsor, HS 561 S.A.V.E. Sponsor, HS 549 Senior Class Sponsor 934 Speech Team Sponsor, HS 549 Spell Bowl Sponsor, Elem., 549 Spell Bowl Sponsor, MS, 549 Spell Bowl Sponsor, HS 843 Student Council Sponsor, Elem., 549 Student Council Sponsor, MS, 549 Student Council Sponsor, HS, 648 Super Bowl Sponsor, HS, 295 Web Page Coordinator, 330 Yearbook Sponsor, MS 549 Yearbook Sponsor, HS 1,494 Corporation Stipends ½ Day $65.00 Full Day $ Community Recreation $23.58 Student Open Gym $23.58 Weight Room Supervision $23.58 Fall 45 hours Winter 65 hours Spring 60 hours 19
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