Staff Assignments and Appointments – General
Temporary Personnel Other Than Substitute Teachers
The Board of Education recognizes the need to employ temporary and part-time personnel from time to time. No full-time temporary employee shall be employed in such capacity for greater than 180 calendar days and no part-time temporary employee shall be employed in such capacity for greater than 360 calendar days. Due to the temporary nature of their employment, temporary employees shall not be considered employees entitled to the rights and benefits provided under Chapter 168 of the Missouri Revised Statutes. When it becomes necessary to employ temporary personnel other than substitute teachers to ensure the continuity of the district’s functions and programs, the department head or his/her representative shall:
1. Ensure that budgetary appropriations for the position are allocated.
2. Submit a temporary staff request form or a substitute request form to the Human Resource Division.
The Human Resource Division, following established and approved employment procedures, shall process the most qualified candidate, capable of performing the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, to the superintendent of schools for his/her recommendation to the Board of Education for approval.
Solely for the purpose of this regulation, temporary employees shall be considered part-time if they regularly work twenty-eight (28) or less hours per week. All temporary employees regularly working more than twenty-eight (28) hours per week shall not be employed in such capacity for greater than 180 calendar days. This definition of part-time employment for temporary employees shall not apply to any other Board Regulations unless specifically incorporated therein.
Legal: The Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. Section
12101, et seq. (Supp. 1991).
Sections 168.211 to 168.291, RSMo.
Regulation approved: June 26, 1990
Revised: October 10, 1995
Revised: December 8, 1998
Revised: August 28, 1999
Revised: January 9, 2001

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