Bsd Bargaining Agreement

Together, they will determine students` expectations, plan how best to meet those expectations, and evaluate the results of their efforts. The results of these evaluations are shared and used to modify and improve the program(s). Therefore, both parties recognize, during the development and implementation of new programs, that staff must have the flexibility to explore unique agreements. Therefore, both parties agree that staff of the new programs are free to develop the parameters of the programs during the pilot year, assuming that any attempt to work within the limits of the collective agreement will be undertaken. However, both sides also agree that staff should be free to explore areas that may conflict with the treaty. According to ORS 243.650 243.782, the Beaverton Education Association recognizes the Beaverton Education Association as the exclusive representative of wages, working time and associated terms and conditions of employment for all employees employed by the District as teachers, TOSAs, consultants, media specialists, psychologists, nurses, child development specialists, social workers, language pathologists and others currently employed in the n unit. eociation. and new posts, in accordance with ORS 243.682 (1), but excluding all administrators, class and supervisory, substitute teachers and any other staff. 1.

A permanent salaried worker may apply in writing for leave from full-time employment in order to accept non-permanent part-time employment in the district. Such an application is valid for a maximum period of one year and must normally be submitted before 1 April. . . .