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Retention and excessing rights

Speech teachers have seniority and excessing rights in their schools. Members cannot be moved from a school unless there is a compelling reason for the excessing situation. If there is more than one speech teacher in the school, the senior teacher in...

Q&A on Excessing

Excessing is the process of reducing staff in a particular school or office when the number of available positions in a title or license area in that school is lower than the number of people in the school who require an assignment in that title or...

Article Seventeen — Retention, Excessing and Layoff

Retention of Assignment — Regular Substitutes back to top A regular substitute who, upon completion of one year of service in a school, has been notified in writing by the principal that he/she will be reassigned in that school for the following...

Article Twelve — Excessing and Layoff

A. Excessing Rules - Appointed Secretaries Before applying the Rules for involuntary excessing, the senior school secretary within license who volunteers will be excessed from the school to a vacancy within the same district or in the case of high...

Article Eleven — Excessing and Layoff

A. Excessing Rules — Appointed Counselors Before applying the Rules for involuntary excessing, the senior counselor within license who volunteers will be excessed from the school or program to a vacancy within the same district or, in the case of...

Article Eleven — Excessing and Layoff

A. Excessing Rules-Appointed Psychologists and Social Workers Before applying the Rules for involuntary excessing, the senior social worker or psychologist (as applicable) who volunteers will be excessed to a vacancy within the same superintendency...