Throughout the school year, teachers may apply for per session activities that are done either before school, after school, on the weekend or holidays (based on approval), or during the summer. The selection for most per session activities is based upon the individual criteria established in each posting. Per session consists of any activity in which pedagogical, pupil personnel service providers and supervisory employees are paid at an hourly rate depending on their particular title.
Per session work must not interfere with or be an extension of the employee’s primary job, responsibilities, or be used as a means of providing additional compensation for work in an individual’s primary assignment.
No per session compensation may be paid for work performed at home. In addition, no individual is authorized to work in a per session activity during his/her normal working hours on a regular school day, or during the daily lunch hour. Employees who are absent due to illness cannot be paid for hours worked in a per session activity outside their regular work hours. Employees absent due to jury duty or official business are permitted to work in a per session activity outside their regular work hours.