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AGREEMENT
between
THE
BOARDOF
EDUCATION
ofthe
CITY
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
OF
THE
CITY
OF
NEW
YORK
and
COUNCIL
OFSUPERVISORS
AND
ADMINISTRATORS
OF
THE CITY
OF
NEWYORK
LOCAL
1,
AMERICAN
FEDERATION
oF
scHool,
ADMTNTSTRATORS,
AFL-CIO
JuIy
1,
2003-March
5,2010
 
Z.
F-statusmay
also
be
granted
to
fonner
supervisors
for
suchtemPorary
orpart-timework
as
C-30
committees,temporarily
fillingin
for
absent
CSA-unit
members,mentoring,staff
development
or
similarresponsibilities.The
DOE
agrees
that
it
will
not
use
F-status
positions
to
replaceanyregular
CSA
positions,. except
in
circumstancesoutlined
in
(l)
above.
3.
A
currentCSAunit
employee
on
F-status
shall
paidat the
daily
rate
of
l/200
of
his/her
regular
salarY.
4.
V/hen
a
former
supervisor
is
fillingin
temporarily
for
a
CSAunit
position,
the
F-status
employee
will
be
compensated
at
the
daily
rate
of
11200
of
the
10
or'l2-month
annual
salary
(whicheveris
applicable)
for
the
absent
employee'sposition, including
all
applicable
steps
and
longevities,
5.
When
a
former
supervisor
is hiredto do
a specialproject
as
an F-statusemployee(such
as
participateon C-30
committees,
mentor other
administrators,professional
development
or
similarwork),
theF-statusemployee
will
be
compensated
at
a
minimum
rate
of
$300
per
day
orfractionalportion
thereof.
6.
Former
supervisors
servingasF-status
employees
who
receive
supplemental
benefits
through
th;
CSARetiree'Welfa¡e
Fund
will
continuetoreceivebenefits
throughthatfund,
nottheactive
fund,
and
employer
contributions
will
be
made
for
thatfund.
7,
CSA
will
receive
union
dues
or
agency
feesthrough
payroll
deductions
for
F-status
employees
atthe
rate
of
l.5%o
of their
gross earnings'
Q.
Split
Assignments
for
AssistantPrincipals
Split
assignments,
where an
APis
assigned
to
more
thanoneschool,may
be
created
in
new
qchoolsandschools
which
havenotprevíouslyhad
full-timeAP
positions
in
the
license
for
the
positionbeing
ireated.
APs
in split
assignments
will
berated
by
the
principal of
the school
where
they
are
assigned
the
majority
of
the
workweek
with
inputfrom
other
supervisingprincipals,
if
applicable,or,
if
there
is
no school
ofmajority,
jointly
by all
supervisingprincipals,
ARTICLE
VII
--
GENERALBENEFITS
A.
Reimbursement
forMedical
ExpensesSupervisorsshall
be
reimbursed
by
the
DOE
for
reasonable
medical
expenses,
notexceeding
$750,incurred
because
of
injuriesin
the
line
qfduty,
to
the extent
that
suchexpenses
are
not47
 
covered
by
insurance
In
accordance
wirh
existingregulations,
as
theymaybc
modified
by
the
parties,
this
limit
is
waivedfor
employees
injured
as
a
result
of
an
unprovoked
assault
while
on
duty
or
while
on
school
premises.
B.
Vacation
PaY
.1.
SummerVacationPaY
Summervacation
pay
for
supervisorsserving
ona
10
month
schedule
shall be
prorated
for
the
schoolyear
in
which
employeesare
properly
assigned
or
appointed
and
for
theschool
year
in
which
their
servics
ceases
on
the
following
basis:
Employees
who
are
properly
assigned
or
appointedafterthesta¡t
of
the schoolyear
andemployees
who
are
terminated,
laidoff,
resign
or
retíre
on/or
before
the
end
of
the
school
yearshall
receivevacation
pay
for
the
summer
following
theirproper
assignment
or
appointment
or
cessation
of
service
as
follows:
one-tenth
(l/10)
of
theamount
of
the vacationpay
which
would
bepayable
for
a
full
school
year's service
shall
be
paid
for
each
month
of
service
or
major
fraction
thereofduring
theschool
year
in
which
they
are
properly
assigned
or
appointed
or
cease
service
except
that
service
of
less
than
a
major
fractíonduringthe
first
month
of
proper
assignment
or
appointment
shallbe
credited
forsummervacation
pay.
Theprorating
of
summervacationpay
for
the
year
in
which
employees
are
properly
assigned
or
appointed
and
for
theyear
in
whichtheir
service
ceases
in
accordance
with
this
provision
shallnot
diminish
the
employees'entitlementto
anyother benefitincluding
healthinsuranceand
welfare
coveiage
they
would
havereceived
underthe
prior
method
of
payment.
Effective
February
1,
2000,this
provision
isinapplicabletoprincipals,
assistant
principals
and
school
based
intermecliatesupervisors
who
work
anincreased
work
yearpursuant to
A¡ticle
V.
2.
Vacation
P
av
Credit
and
Service
CreditThe
estate
of
a
supervisor
who
diesduringthe term
of
thisAgreementshall
receive
aprorata
amount,
based
on thelength
of
his/he¡
employment
during
the school
year
of
the vacation
pay
he/she
would
havereceivedhad
he/shebeen
employedduringtheentire
school
year.
This
section
shallnotapply
to
those
supervisors
who
a¡e
presumed
to
have
retired
on
the
day
immediately
preceding
their
deathpursuant
to
Section
B
20-410
of
the
Administrative
Code
of
the
City
of New
York,
as
amended.
A
regularly
appointed
orproperly
assigned
supervisorwho
has
renderedactualservice
during
any
schoolyear
covered
in
part
by
leave
of
absence
for
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