Recognizing the fundamental role technology plays in the 21st century, the Board of Education and Alpine School District support and encourage the appropriate and responsible use of technology in maximizing and enhancing student learning.
- It is the policy of Alpine School District to protect public interests and to maintain the faith and confidence of citizens in the integrity of the public schools and school employees by setting standards of employee conduct which preclude actual or potential conflicts of interest between their public duties and their private interests. It is the District’s intent to maintain high standards of employee conduct by prohibiting employees from improperly disclosing or using information, from using their positions to secure privileges or exemptions, or from accepting employment which would impair independence of judgment or ethical performance (UCA 67-16-1, et. seq.).
Alpine School District is committed to the maintenance of an environment which is free from any form of sexual harassment; an environment in which employees are allowed to work free from unwanted conduct or communication of a sexual nature; one which is in compliance with State and Federal laws dealing with this form of discrimination.
Claims for salary and other benefit adjustments are limited to one (1) year prior to the date of filing the claim. The above time limitation applies to the administrators who claim they were underpaid or did not receive full benefits, or to the school district for claims that administrators were overpaid.
Provisional Administrator: An administrator who has served less than three consecutive full years in the District in an administrative assignment.
The Board of Education will provide to the administrators of the District a term life insurance policy in the amount of $20,000 (Educators Mutual Insurance will provide $15,000 double indemnity/accidental death/dismemberment and the Board of Education will provide $5,000). The premium on this policy will be paid by the School District.
The District and workers’ compensation already covers an administrator when in the course of employment he might be injured as a result of an accident. In the event that clothing or other personal property is damaged or destroyed incident to employment, an administrator may make application to the Superintendent of Schools for reimbursement. It the item damaged or destroyed is covered by the administrator’s insurance, the amount paid by the insurance company will be deducted from the claim.
Alpine School District may participate in a non-discriminatory manner in the purchase of retirement credit in behalf of the employee as allowed by law (Utah Code annotated 49-3-410) and outlined in Procedure 4752.1.