A reasonable accommodation is defined as any change or adjustment to a job, the work environment, or the way things usually are done that would allow an individual with a disability to perform job functions. Under the Amercian Disabilites Act (ADA) the District is required to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified employees with disabilities, unless doing so would pose an undue hardship.
The District's Leave Share Program allows other employees within the District to donate sick leave on your behalf, for a serious health condition, care for a parent or child with a serious health condition and parental leave. Please review the leave share section of the Employee Leave page for full instructions on how to request leave share donations. If you would like to donate your sick/vacation hours to another employee in the distict, click on the Sick Leave/Vacation Leave Transfer Request and Authorization Form.
Domestic Violence Leave(FMLA forms must be turned in)
It is the intent of the District to foster a safe and supportive community for all employees, students and visitors. Employees who experience the effects of domestic violence, stalking or sexual assault are encouraged to utilize job-protected leave from the workplace in order to seek and obtain assistance. Please contact Tara Lofton at firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential review of your options.
Educational and/or other Personal Leave Requests
Please review your Collective Bargaining Agreement for provisions regarding unpaid time for non-medical personal leave provisions. All non-medical leave requests must be reviewed and approved by Human Resources ahead of time. Please contact Tara Lofton at email@example.com with the details of your request and initiate the request process.
This is a request for time away from work to fulfill duties and obligations for certain types of active or inactive duty in the National Guard or as a Reservist of the Armed Forces. The District will pay up to 21 workdays per year for military leave for all employees. A military leave year runs from October 1 to September 30 in accordance with the federal fiscal year. Beyond the paid 21 days, military duty leave is unpaid for the rest of your time in active duty, for up to five years. However, you may use any accrued paid leave that you have available during this time. Please communicate and your immediate supervisor to regarding your intent to use paid leave accrual during an active military leave.