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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 15 . (Repealed)
Section 40. Sick leave

4 AAC 15.040. Sick leave

(a) Districts shall credit, without limit, sick leave with pay to all regularly contracted, certificated personnel in a manner consistent with the following provisions:

(1) sick leave is accrued at the rate of one and one-third days for each calendar month or each major portion of each calendar month of actual service;

(2) cumulative sick leave earned by a teacher in a school district is transferable to any other school district if the teacher's service is continuous; however, a teacher who is on an approved leave of absence may retain cumulative sick leave for the duration of the approved leave;

(3) a teacher may use accrued sick leave for leave due to personal injury or illness without limitation concerning the duration of usage;

(4) subject to limitations concerning the duration of usage established by the district, a teacher may use accrued sick leave for the death, illness, or welfare of a person in the teacher's immediate family; and

(5) a teacher is not entitled to reimbursement for accumulated sick leave except as service credit toward retirement.

(b) A false statement by a teacher regarding sick leave is sufficient grounds for cancellation of the contract and revocation of the certificate.

(c) In this section, "immediate family" includes at least the following:

(1) husband and wife;

(2) father and son, or daughter;

(3) mother and son, or daughter;

(4) brother and sister.

History: In effect before 7/28/59; am 4/28/64, Register 16; am 9/8/66, Register 27; am 5/30/71, Register 38; am 1/11/79, Register 69

Authority: AS 14.07.060

AS 14.14.107


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