Aacps Negotiated Agreement

Health and safety protocols are important to all of us and should not be negotiated. Our school system is committed to ensuring that these measures are taken when we reintegrate students, teachers and staff. Anne Arundel County Public Schools prohibits discrimination in employment or provision of programs based on race, colour, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity or disability. For more information, please contact: Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Division of Human Resources, 2644 Riva Road, Annapolis, MD 21401. 410-222-5286 TDD 410-222-5000 www.aacps.org. Anne Arundel County Public Schools, 2644 Riva Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401; (410) 222-5318; TDD (410) 222-5500. www.aacps.org The Public School System in Anne Arundel County is not discriminatory on the basis of race, gender, age, national origin, religion, disability, sexual orientation or family status in employment or program. For more information, please contact Human Relations Specialist Leslie N. Stanton. Publication 1391/3 (Rev.

7/08) NS – DPS/SG/JH Maryland Earned Sick and Safe Leave – Employee Notice – English and espa`ol “The school system considers collaboration with our students, teachers, staff and stakeholders to be essential to the safe reopening of our schools. Despite the proposals to the contrary, AACPS officials have been in regular contact for months with representatives of the teachers` union regarding virtual learning, school reopening plans and safety measures for coronaviruses. This communication with TAAAC management continues. However, the Board of Directors must focus on the safe reopening of schools and the quality of education our students need. As a result, temporary workers working at AACPS begin paid leave from February 14, 2018 if they work at least 24 hours on a pay period. Paid leave for temporary workers amounts to one (1) hour for every 30 hours worked during a salary period. In addition, see the conditions of employment of temporary workers Below With the passage of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act AACPS, a paid leave program has been put in place for temporary workers. In addition to the conditions of employment, staff should be familiar with the following conditions: the Board of Education respects our teachers and everything they do for our students. The Commission does not consider this to be an appropriate time for taaac to request contractual negotiations. This is especially true when the union and the board of directors are already in the middle of formal mediation of their current exit from the contract. Maryland State law establishes a detailed procedure for resolving such disputes by the Public School Labor Relations Board, and the Board of Directors will respect this ongoing process by not discussing new contract applications in the media.