Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and approval of the Board, the administrators will be provided benefits not less than those provided to instructional personnel.
The Board may provide all administrative staff with the following benefits:
administrators will have employer paid life insurance in an amount
equal to one times their annual salary, computed to the next $1,000.
Additional life insurance and limited dependent coverage options are
available to administrators at group rates.
|B.||Hospitalization and Medical Insurance
shall have the opportunity to enroll in health insurance offered by the
Board. Administrators may choose to pay premiums, if any, through
payroll deduction on a pre- or post-tax basis.
|C.||Employee Assistance Program
Employee Assistance Program which, through outside professional
counseling, may provide help for administrators and their families in
areas including, but not limited to, emotional disorders, chemical
(alcohol or drug) abuse, and/or marital, financial, family, legal, or
|All administrators will be covered under the District's self-insurance general liability coverage.
State law requires Workers' Compensation to be provided to all
employees and volunteers of the District. This assures administrators
who sustain a work-related illness or injury both income and medical
care for that injury until they are able to return to work.
who are eligible for Workers' Compensation may be paid earned sick
leave benefits in addition to Workers' Compensation benefits. The sick
leave amount is reduced by the amount of the Workers' Compensation
benefit. In no case can total pay exceed the administrator's regular
|F.||Other Insured Employee Benefits
benefits such as dental, vision, short term disability, and long term
disability group insurance are available to administrators.
|G.||Flexible Spending Accounts
administrators may elect to participate in Flexible Spending Accounts
to help pay some medical, dental, vision, and child care costs with
services in tort action shall be provided for administrators at such
time when action is construed to be an outcome of duties performed for
shall be eligible for terminal pay at the time of retirement, provided
that retirement coincides with termination, or payment to the
beneficiary, if service is terminated by death. The Superintendent
shall develop Terminal Pay Procedures. This procedures manual may be
updated by the Superintendent as necessary to ensure compliance with
applicable law and/or rule.
will be designated by the Board at the time it adopts and amends the
school calendar and/or ratifies contractual agreements with employee
|K.||Sick Leave Bank
sick leave bank, available to eligible administrators, is a source from
which additional paid sick leave days may be granted for the
administrators' catastrophic, prolonged personal illness, accident, or
injury. Membership in the sick leave bank is available to
administrators after completion of at least one full year of employment
with the District. The Sick Leave Bank Procedures is incorporated by
reference and is part of the policy. The procedures may be updated by
the Superintendent as necessary.
|L.||Calculation of Terminal Pay and Annual Payment for Accumulated Sick Leave
pay for administrators shall be based on hourly rates calculated by
dividing the annual salary by the number of hours the administrator is
required to work per day and then dividing by 196, 216, or 232 for 10
month, 11 month, and 12 month administrative employees, respectively.
District participates in the Florida Retirement System (FRS) and offers
administrators retirement opportunities in accordance with the laws of
F.S. 112.08, 112.1915, 440.491, 1012.26, 1012.61, 1012.65, 1012.74, 1012.798