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2010 WELCOME BACK
Please fill out the following forms as they are required for you to complete. Filling Out the Forms
2010 Handbook Receipt Print your name and job title. Then sign and date that you received your handbook.
Use of Technology – Exhibit A Print your name and then sign and date once you have read the document. Put in your employee ID number if you know it (SubFinder #)
Use of Cellular Phones – Exhibit B Print your name and then sign and date once you have read the document. Put in your employee ID number if you know it (SubFinder #)
Security Agreement Print your name and then sign and date once you have read the document. Put in your employee ID number if you know it (SubFinder #)
Job Description Receipt
Statement of Understanding (Classified Employees Only) Please sign and return only ONE copy. The other copy is for your records.
Life Insurance Beneficiary Our life insurance is now provided through Mutual of Omaha. Please fill out this form so that our records can be updated with the current company.
Other Information In Your Packet
Forms You May Want To Update Pre-Designation of Physician or Chiropractor/Acupuncturist STRS or PERS Beneficiary Designation If you wish to update any of these forms, please contact your HR representative to pick one up.
Child Abuse Blood Borne Pathogens Sexual Harassment 2010 Training
Four Types of Child Abuse
Responding and Reporting
Quiz Time! 1. The four major types of child abuse and neglect are physical abuse, neglect, emotional abuse and sexual abuse. 2. If physical aggression is unintentional, it is not physical abuse. 3. Emotional abuse is defined as a failure to act on the part of the parent or caregiver that interferes with a child’s emotional development. TrueFalse TrueFalse TrueFalse
Quiz Time! 4. Verbal insults, yelling or constant criticism are examples of emotional abuse. 5. You need to have some type of proof in order to submit a claim of child abuse or neglect to child protective services. 6. If you suspect abuse or neglect, telling your supervisor does not fulfill your legal obligation to report it. TrueFalse TrueFalse TrueFalse
Quiz Time! 7. Marilyn supervises Sam. In order to receive a raise, Marilyn implies that Sam must go out with her on a date. This is an example of: A. Pro bono B. Quid pro quo C. Blackmail D. Extortion 8. A district that fails to adequately remedy peer sexual harassment may be punished by: A. Damage Awards B. Injunctions and other court orders C. Loss of state and/or federal funding D. B and C only E. A and C only F. A, B, and C
Quiz Time! 9. The lack of complaints is a good indication that sexual harassment is not occurring. 10. If an employee informs a supervisor of a sexual harassment problem but subsequently refuses to file a written complaint, the county office is relieved of its obligation to investigate. 11. School staff may face personal liability for failing to eradicate known peer harassment. TrueFalse TrueFalse TrueFalse
Quiz Time! 12. An “indirect” victim is one who may witness harassment directed at others and voic , even though deleted, can be retrieved, but cannot be used as evidence in sexual harassment cases. TrueFalse TrueFalse
Bloodborne Pathogen Basics
Safe Work Practices
What To Do If Exposed
Quiz Time! 14. It is okay to store food next to blood if the food is in a ziplock bag or lunch box. 15. Bloodborne pathogens can only be spread by exposure to blood. 16. Needle sticks are major means of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. TrueFalse TrueFalse TrueFalse
Quiz Time! 17. Many health care employees are entitled to receive hepatitis B vaccinations. 18. Touching an infected person or touching things an infected person has touched can make you ill. 19. Universal Precaution will help prevent exposure. TrueFalse TrueFalse TrueFalse
Report and Absence To report an absence, log onto SubFinder from the intranet or the KCOE homepage.
Quiz Time! 20. To report an absence, you are required to call ____________ and fill out an absence slip within _______ days. 21. If you have had surgery or were hospitalized, were out ill for more than ___ days, or have a medical condition which would limit your ability to complete your position, you must provide the Human Resources Department with a release to return to work from your physician (stating if you have _____________ or if you are fully release). 22. If you are pregnant, you must provide Human Resources with a ______ from your doctor indicating your ______ date as soon as you have confirmed your pregnancy with your doctor. SubFinder Five restrictions 5 notedue
Quiz Time! 23. You need ______ approval from your supervisor for vacation, personal necessity (except for those listed in Superintendent Administrative Regulation , , ) and Compensatory Time or _________. 24. If you are on __________ Leave (Workers Compensation), you must provide verification from the doctor for _____ visit and a _______ to return to work. In addition, you must provide any restrictions to Human Resources to determine if KCOE is able to _____________ you with your restrictions. prior overtime Industrial each note accommodate
Returning Your Completed Forms Please fold the required forms in half and place inside your smaller envelope with this label on the front. Thank you.
Please Welcome the New Faces of Kings County Office of Education
C y n t h i a C o v e r s t o n N u r s e J e s s i c a V a l e n c i a S e c r e t a r y
M e l a n i e G a l l a h e r B e h a v i o r I n t e r v e n t i o n S p e c i a l i s t Cyndi Logan-Parra Secretary
S a r a G o r d o n T e a c h e r, S p e c i a l E d u c a t i o n J u l i a n n e O ’ M a r a T e a c h e r, V i s u a l l y I m p a i r e d
D e l b e r t R a y T e a c h e r, A u t o m o t i v e S e r v i c e s J e a n n e S t o d d a r d S p e e c h T h e r a p i s t
J a n e l l H u e n e m e i e r S p e e c h T h e r a p i s t J e n n i f e r B a r t s c h T e a c h e r, A d a p t e d P E
Lori Vigo Preschool Teacher Judith Cunningham Curriculum Consultant