Payday is the last working day of the month. All required deductions, such as federal, state, and social security taxes, Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), and all authorized voluntary deductions, will be withheld from the employee’s paycheck.
Paychecks to be mailed will be sent out the day before payday.
Paychecks to be picked up will be available on payday after 8:00 a.m. at the employee’s work site. If sick or out of town on payday, the employee will call his/her building secretary by noon on payday to let them know what should be done with the paycheck. Any special arrangements for your paycheck should be directed to the appropriate building secretary.
Direct deposit is available.
In the event a payroll check is lost or stolen, the Business Services office should be notified immediately.
10-month full-time employee — Salary will be paid in 12 checks for both 10 month and 12 month employees. Employee will receive his/her first paycheck of the year on the last work day of August. For those employees starting later in the school year, the first paycheck will be determined by the “start date.” June and July paychecks will be available at “check out” time in June.
Contract amount will be paid in 12 checks. The first paycheck of the year will be available on the last work day of August. For those employees starting later in the school year, the first paycheck will be determined by the “start date.” June and July paychecks will be available at “check out” time in June.
Year-round employees, both Licensed and Classified, will receive his/her paycheck on the last work day of each month.
Contract amount will be paid in 12 checks. Paychecks will be available on the last work day of each month.
Employees are authorized one draw per pay period.
A Salary Advance Request must be in the Business Services office by the 10th of the month. A draw for the same amount each month may be made or occasionally during the year. Requests are reviewed to be sure that they are no more than the employee’s net earnings at the date the check is to be issued.
Draw checks will be issued on the 15th of each month. They may be issued at other times on an emergency basis with approval of the Business Manager.
Overtime (Classified Employees Only)
Overtime situations should occur rarely and will be allowed only with prior authorization from the employee’s director or supervisor.
If overtime is earned by a part-time employee, the time will be paid.
If overtime is earned by a full-time employee, the time will be accrued as compensatory time. (In special circumstances, overtime may be paid.) Any employee terminating employment with the district for any reason is entitled to payment for all accrued, unused compensatory time. This time will be paid on the employee’s final payroll check at the employee’s overtime rate of pay at the time of separation.
Time worked and time off will be recorded daily on the employee’s Attendance Report (AR). The reporting period is from the 16th calendar day of one month through the 15th calendar day of the following month. ARs must be submitted to the Business Services office every week. There are times during the school year when you are asked to turn this form in earlier.
For part-time Classified employees, holiday pay will be prorated and paid at the employee’s regular rate of pay.
For part-time licensed and all full-time employees, holiday pay will be prorated and paid at the employee’s regular rate of pay for days specified in the appropriate collective bargaining agreement and district board policy.
Leave Without Pay
Granting of leave without pay needs the supervisor/director’s prior approval. Leave without pay will be deducted from an employee’s salary.