62 employees reported this benefit
You have to earn PTO days and on many occasions, many school leaders do not want you to take PTO or sick days. there are lots of blackout dates that you are unable to take off as a teacher.
Working for a school as a salaried employee allow you to get all major holidays off with pay and even in the summer months. It is really hard to get time off during the school year,
Average for the teaching profession. People were encouraged to take vacations and days off to coincide with school holidays.
PTO is the norm. 2 weeks first year plus 5 sick days.
We have to earn our PTO
only 8 days paid off
You are offered PTO however most of the time there are made up 'black out' periods where they don't want you to take any time off.
Simply not enough time awarded. Formerly you time was advanced, now it is accrued meaning you'll not be able to build up any extended (week or so) vacation time.
They are suppose to pay out what is not used - they never do. The amount shown on your ADP portal is NEVER correct and they try to blame ADP
We get the same PTO/Vacation as the public schools. They should give incentives to all that do not take their time off. There are certain people that are penalized for taking holidays off that are not offered/recognized.