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BP 4141.6 Concerned Activity/Work Stoppage

KPBSD Policy Manual

BP 4141.6
BP 4241.6

Certificated/Support Personnel
CONCERNED ACTIVITY/WORK STOPPAGE

The Superintendent shall maintain a plan for the safe operation of the schools in the event of a work stoppage. In the event of a strike, a walkout, a coordinated mass use of sick leave, or any other concentrated refusal of staff to perform assigned duties, the Superintendent shall take whatever emergency steps he/she deems necessary for the safety of students, staff and District property. Such steps shall be reported to the Board, as soon as possible.

When students raise questions related to a work stoppage, teachers shall be expected to approach the subject in accordance with the District's policy on controversial issues. Teachers shall not let such discussions interfere with their regular teaching responsibilities.

(cf. 6144 - Controversial Issues)

Employees shall not provide students with messages, or other information that promotes or explains the position of any employee organization that is engaged in or contemplating a work stoppage.

Legal Reference:

ALASKA STATUTES
23.40.080 Right of public employees
23.40.200 Classes of public employees; arbitration


KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
Adoption Date: 2/7/05