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2 AGREEMENT BETWEEN The Robbinsville Board of Education and The Robbinsville Education Association

3 Contract Language Changes

4 Add the following sentence after the last sentence of section 4.5.1: “The Association President shall not have a regularly assigned duty.”

5  Add New Section, 5.1.8, as follows:  Independent Study/Option 2  A high school teacher who facilitates an Independent Study (or Option 2) experience, where one or more high school students is enrolled in a teacher’s class to work independently on research, audition practice, portfolio development, or other independent study project pre-approved by the high school administration and guidance (agreeing to the assignment is at the sole discretion of the teacher) shall receive $1,000 per student enrolled in a full year experience and $500 per student enrolled in a half year experience. Total dollars allocated for all independent study options shall be capped at $15,000 per year, which shall not be exceeded without BOE permission. If a teacher loses a preparation period as a result of the independent study experience, s/he will be compensation at the rate of $27 or $54 per preparation period per Article 5.7 for the loss preparation time.”

6  Revise Section 5.2 to state that “all employees shall have a duty-free lunch period equal to students, but not less than thirty (30) minutes.”

7  Add New Section, 8.6., as follows:  “As stated in Article 9.1, personal days are to be used for the care of an immediate family member; however, there may be times when the illness of an immediate family member is so grave that it requires more than the allotted personal leave time. In these cases, an employee may petition the superintendent who may grant the conversion of up to ten (10) sick days for the care of the ill family member. In order to convert the days, the employee must leave at least ten (10) sick days in his/her bank for future use.”

8  Add New Section, 8.7, to provide that:  “The full amount of sick leave shall be available to employees on September 1 of each year (prorated for employees who begin after September 1). If an employee leaves the district prior to the completion of the school year due to retirement, resignation, or termination, sick time shall be prorated to reflect the total amount of months served (one (1) sick day per month).”

9  Section 9.1 shall be modified to provide:  “The full amount of personal leave shall be available to employees on September 1 of each year (prorated for employees who begin after September 1). If an employee leaves the district prior to the completion of the school year due to retirement, resignation, or termination, personal time shall be prorated to reflect the total amount of months served ((0.4) personal days per month).”

10  Revise the last sentence of Section 9.1 to state that “four unused personal days per year (three for twelve month employees) shall be automatically converted to sick days.”

11  A. Teachers shall be evaluated consistent with applicable state statute and regulation (current references are P.L. 2012, c. 26 and N.J.A.C. 6A:10)  B. Required long observations shall be scheduled a minimum of fifteen (15) school days apart.  C. Written reports for long observations shall be provided to the teacher at least two (2) school days ahead of a post observation conference.  D. At the start of the school year or evaluation period, teachers will be provided with all materials and expectations used for evaluative purposes.

12  Section 11.2 – Certificated Longevity  Revise section to add “After 30 years = $4,000”

13  Add New Section, 12.1.D.4 to state that “teachers on a formal Corrective Action Plan (CAP) as defined in N.J.A.C. 6A:10 shall not be eligible for tuition reimbursement.”

14 Section This Agreement shall be effective as of July 1, 2014 and shall continue in effect until June 30, 2017, subject to negotiations as defined in "The Negotiation of Successor Agreement."

15 5:1.4Teachers remaining after the end of the regular work day for the purpose of developing curriculum as directed by the Administration shall be compensated at an hourly rate of $34.00 for the , and school years. 5:5.5Teachers, approved by the administration to perform instructional services outside of the contractual work day, will be compensated at the hourly rate of $34.00 for the , and school years.

16 5.1.6 Teachers, approved by the administration to perform non- instructional services outside of the school day, will be compensated at the rate of $27.00 for the , and school years. 5:3.2 A Child Study Team member shall be compensated for summer work at a rate of $375.00, for the , and school years per evaluation and written report. Case management, which includes but is not limited to IEP meetings, completing mandated documents, etc., shall be paid an hourly rate of $34.00 for the , and school years.

17 12.1.D. 1 The total amount to be paid, for teachers by the Board under this provision shall not exceed $40,000 for the school year, $45,000 for the school year and $50,000 for the school year. The amount per semester to be encumbered will equal one third (1/3) of the yearly amount. If one third of the funds are not used in any given semester, the unused amount would be divided among the remaining semester(s) within the same fiscal year.

18  12.1.D.2  The total amount to be paid, for support staff by the Board under this provision shall not exceed $10,000 for each of the through school years. Monies will be paid on a first come first serve basis.

19 Revise Section 13.1 to reflect  - $7.00 co-pay for generic prescriptions, $15.00 for brand names and $35.00 for non-preferred prescription drug plan. Mail order shall be revised to reflect $7.00 co- pay for generic prescriptions, $15.00 for brand names and $35.00 for non-preferred prescription drug plan. This change shall commence on July 1, 2016.

20  Stipends remain the same  Increases only for those whose additional years of experience moves them on the guide

21 – 2.5% – 2.35% – 2.35%

22 Secretaries : 2.5% : 2.35% : 2.35% Old/New Step 4/Step 1$35,483$35,279$35,600$36,230 Step 5/Step 2$36,453$36,779$37,100$37,730 Step6/Step 3$37,454$38,279$38,600$39,230 Step 7/Step 4$38,677$39,779$40,100$40,730 Step 8/Step 5$39,497$41,279$41,600$42,230 Step 9/Step 6$41,279$42,668$42,100$43,730 Step 10/Step 7$42,668$44,450$44,610$45,230 Step11/Step 7$44,130$44,450$44,610$45,230

23 Support Staff : 2.5% : 2.35% : 2.35%

24 Position Lunch Aides No Guide $7,814 (15.80) $7,998 (16.17) $8,186 (16.55) Transportation Aides No Guide $16,611 (15.80) $17,002 (16.17) $17,402 (16.55) Bus Driver No Guide $38,020 (29.15) $38,913 (29.84) $39,828 (30.54) 10-Month Clerk Top of Guide $27,105$27,742$28,394 Custodians Top of Guide $41,297$42,268$43,261 Maintenance No Guide $54,462$55,742$57,052 HVAC Tech No Guide $63,920$65,422$66,960 Instructional Aide No Guide $24,059$24,624$25,203 Technology Regular No Guide $54,462$55,742$57,052 Technology BS No guide $55,432$56,734$58,068 Tech II No Guide $66,518$68,082$69,681 Position Month Clerk Top of Guide $26,444$27,105$27,742$28,394 Bus Driver No Guide $28.44$38,020 (29.15) $38,913 (29.84) $39,828 (30.54) Custodians Top of Guide $40,289$41,297$42,268$43,261 HVAC Tech No Guide $62,362$63,920$65,422$66,960 Instructional Aide No Guide $23,472$24,059$24,624$25,203 Lunch Aides No Guide $15.41$7,814 (15.80) $7,998 (16.17) $8,186 (16.55) Maintenance No Guide $53,133$54,462$55,742$57,052 Tech II No Guide $64,896$66,518$68,082$69,681 Technology BS No guide $54,080$55,432$56,734$58,068 Technology - Reg. No Guide $53,134$54,462$55,742$57,052 Transportation Aides No Guide $15.41$16,611 (15.80) $17,002 (16.17) $17,402 (16.55)

25 BA Step ,56651,662252,585353, ,285252,393353,323454, ,001353,127454,147555, ,801453,947554,990656, ,620554,787656,103757, ,700655,894757,272858, ,835757,057858,699960, ,499858,762960, , ,227960, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,742

26 BA+15 Step ,43152,526253,449354, ,149253,257354,187455, ,866353,991455,011556, ,665454,811555,854657, ,484555,651656,967758, ,565656,758758,136859, ,699757,921859,563960, ,363859,626961, , ,092961, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,606

27 BA+30 Step ,61953,715254,638356, ,338254,446355,376456, ,054355,180456,200557, ,854456,000557,043658, ,673556,840658,156759, ,753657,947759,325860, ,888759,110860,752962, ,552860,815962, , ,280962, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,795

28 MA Step ,80854,903255,826357, ,526255,634356,564457, ,243356,368457,388558, ,042457,188558,231659, ,861558,028659,344760, ,942659,135760,513861, ,076760,298861,940963, ,740862,003963, , ,469963, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,983

29 MA+15 Step ,99656,092257,015358, ,715256,823357,753459, ,431357,557458,577560, ,231458,377559,420660, ,050559,217660,533761, ,130660,324761,702863, ,265761,487863,129964, ,929863,192964, , ,657964, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,172

30 MA+30 Step ,18557,280258,203359, ,903258,011358,941460, ,620358,745459,765561, ,419459,565560,608661, ,238560,405661,721763, ,319661,512762,890864, ,453762,675864,317965, ,117864,380966, , ,846966, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,360

31 PhD Step ,37358,469259,392360, ,092259,200360,130461, ,808359,934460,954562, ,608460,754561,797663, ,427561,594662,910764, ,507662,701764,079865, ,642763,864865,506966, ,306865,569967, , ,035967, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,549

32 MA+15 – 12 Month Step ,99567,309268,984371, ,858268,189369,886472, ,717369,066470,784573, ,677470,045571,788673, ,660571,047672,815774, ,956672,369774,170876, ,318773,758875,594977, ,315875,795977, , ,388977, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,432


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