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Old 09-06-2019, 05:06 PM
 
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Hi,
Iím just curious what hours we all work. Iím not talking about how many hours you actually put in. Iím just talking about how many hours you are required to be at work. Also do you punch a time clock?

We do have to punch and out every day. We have to be clocked in by 7:20 every day. We can clock out at 4 Mondays and Tuesdays and 3:10 the other three days. We do not get a duty-free lunch. Total required hours worked a week: 40.8

Iím just curious how this compares to other districts. Thanks!


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My hours are 8 to 245 every day. Technically I think I can leave at 230 on Friday. We have a 30 min lunch. So I guess thats 31 hrs?

We do not punch a time clock and itís pretty much on the honor system. We donít really have specials so our planning is from 8 to 840. So basically if youíre late youíre kinda cheating yourself. I mean if someone was chronically late or it was causing an issue that would be different.
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Our required hours are 7:30-3:30 daily. I am always surprised to read about places where teachers don't have an 8 hour contract day- I've worked in 3 schools and we've always done the standard 8 hours. Every other week, we are required to attend a staff meeting for an hour (this is written into the contract), and then once per month you have to attend a committee meeting for 1.5 hours. So really the required hours are slightly more than 40.

We don't punch in. A few years ago they put fingerprint time clocks in the buildings and stated that they were for safety so that they would know who was there in the event of an emergency. My boss at the time wasn't a clock watcher, so I wasn't too concerned, although I did wonder how they were used in other buildings. I often forgot to clock in and would go do it at like 10 AM and no one ever said anything, so that confirmed that my boss wasn't watching it. Two years later they got rid of them with no explanation and just said that if we left during the school day we had to sign out.
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Old 09-06-2019, 05:47 PM
 
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We have a sign-in/sign-out sheet, but no time clock.

Required to be at work at 7:45. Can leave 20 minutes after the last bus leaves, which is around 3:30. We get 20 minutes of duty-free lunch.
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Old 09-06-2019, 05:48 PM
 
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Work hours-8:15 to 4:15

Duty free lunch-30 minutes

Planning -50:minutes daily

Time clock-Yes


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Our required workweek was (I'm retired) 37.5 hours a week. Technically it was 35 because we had a 1/2 hour duty free lunch. Reality was 1/2 hour duty free didn't always happen though and we were expected to be in the building.

The principal was also allowed to keep us 2 hours extra each month for a meeting and there were about 5 hours built in over the year for open house and Spring evening event expectations. I think it came out to 38.25 hours each week we had to be in the building.

We did not have any kind of time clock.
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Old 09-06-2019, 06:20 PM
 
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Teachers need to show up at 8:25. Kids get there at 8:30. Kids leave at 3:10 and teachers can leave at 4:10. We are guaranteed 30 minutes planning each day and 30 minutes duty free lunch. I usually arrive between 7:00 and 7:45, and leave between 4:10 and 5:30. We donít punch a clock.
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Old 09-06-2019, 06:58 PM
 
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I am retired but we had a 7.5 hour work day. We had to be there from 8:20-3:50. We could have a max of 2 hours per month after school for staff meetings.
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Old 09-06-2019, 07:11 PM
 
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We do not lunch out or in. Are required hours are 7:50 to 4:20. We do have a 30 min duty free lunch. If you tried to get to my school at 7:50, there is no way you would be on time because school traffic is awful around my school. Iím usually at school from 7-5 daily.
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Old 09-06-2019, 07:20 PM
 
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Our contract has a "flex work week". We are supposed to work 35 hours a week and we could do it any way we choose BUT we cant start any later than 30 minutes prior to the start of the school day. The idea is if you have something going on one day and have to leave a little early that fine, just make it up another day. Its also on the honor system.

Sometimes I'll take a coworkers class at the end of the day for PE so she can run out to an appointment or to pick up a sick child. Then the next day she might stay late to or come in early to catch up. It works, but I have seen a few people take advantage of it.


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Old 09-06-2019, 07:54 PM
 
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Our contract hours are ten minutes before the first bell (7:30) to 20 minutes after the last bell (3:20).

We have to have a lunch duty for EITHER 15 munites for the whole semester or 30 minutes for a marking period (we have 45-minute lunches).

However, if you want to do bus duty, the hours are from 6:50 to 3:45, but you are guaranteed first-period planning and no lunch duty, and "overtime pay" (an annual stipend tacked onto your May paycheck). Personally I do bus duty because I wake up early anyway.

Total hours: 50 hours (rounded for easy math)
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Old 09-07-2019, 02:02 AM
 
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8-3:25. Honor system

Only 20 minute lunch and recess duty every single day this year instead of every other day which is an issue.

Average of 45 minutes prep time daily ( some days it's 30 minutes some days it's sixty minutes)
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Old 09-07-2019, 03:57 AM
 
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School day- 7:25-3
Duty free lunch
No punching a time clock
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We're only required to be there from 7am - 3pm every day. No duty-free lunch nor recess. 40 minute planning time daily.

We don't punch in - but we do write down what time we get there with our initials. We don't do anything when we leave. My other school, in the same district, we just initialed when we got there so I guess it's a personal preference with the school.
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Old 09-07-2019, 05:00 AM
 
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We have to sign in/out but normally just do it at the end of the week.

Our duty day is 8:00-3:30 (student day is 8:45-3:00; 2:00 on Wed)
25 minute duty free lunch
45 minute planning daily

We supervise recess ourselves.

Classroom Teachers do not do morning duty, however we all do afternoon duty.
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Old 09-07-2019, 05:01 AM
 
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8:25 to 3:05 is our required work day.
40 minute duty free lunch and 40 minute preparation period daily.
We sign in, no time clock.
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Old 09-07-2019, 05:27 AM
 
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from 8:20-3:40. 7.33 hour day or 36.66 hours a week. We sign in to a computer but don't sign out. 30 minute duty free lunch. All teachers supervise recess for their own classes. All teachers have duty before and after school. At least one bus is dragging in after 3:40. Hopefully, that will change as the school year progresses and the bus driver knows his/her routes better.
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Old 09-07-2019, 07:19 AM
 
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7:45-3:45
No time clock
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8:00-3:45. We have a duty free lunch, supervise recess, and have 40 min prep 4 days a week. We have 1 hour a month after school meeting,too. Admin is good about offering flexible minutes either way once in a while for dr appt.
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7:30 am-4 pm every day
No clock in- honor system
30 minute duty free lunch
Yes recess duty
50 minute conference/planning time each day
One staff meeting per week and we stay until 5 pm.
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We work 7:25 to 3:25 every day. On top of that, we are required to attend music programs and work at fund raisers. We don't have to punch a time card or sign in, except on in-service days.
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Old 09-07-2019, 04:35 PM
 
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8:15am-3:45pm

We use Time Keeper to log in and out each day.
No duty free lunch though we are supposed to have it in NC.
We rotate through morning duty, bus duty in the afternoon and recess duty.
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Old 09-07-2019, 04:38 PM
 
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No punching and no signing. 8:40-3:40 with a 30-minute duty-free lunch.
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Old 09-07-2019, 06:21 PM
 
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Susie - yours sounds a little longer than most but there is a wide range. I have worked in a few different districts and we have never punched - we have always just signed in.

We are required:
7:50-3:20
30 min duty free lunch
5 (approx. one hour long) after school meetings per month
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Old 09-08-2019, 09:26 AM
 
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Required hours M-Th: 7:40- 3:10
F: 7:40-1:35

Duty free lunch.

No time clock with liberal "I have an appointment" leave early privileges.
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Appears to be true. I know we all work long, hard hours. But I have often thought that my districtís required hours seem to be more than many schools.

We get 35 minutes planning daily. One ballgame duty required a year (lasts about four hours at night), one student activity once a year (about 4-5 hours on a weekend), and one carnival type activity once per year required (must stay one hour.)

We have morning duty for 30 minutes every morning and afternoon duty for 30 minutes every afternoon. We have lunch duty daily.
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Eight hour day with fifty-five minutes prep and fifteen minutes lunch. No punching in but you're expected to be there the whole time.

You can leave at prep time if you tell the office but it's not supposed to be a regular thing because we have a small staff and really would need everyone in an emergency.
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7:30 - 3:00 contract time. We sign in, that's it. 30 minute duty free lunch PLUS 30 minute relief time - in other words - break time. Many teachers plan during this time, but they don't have to. It's yours to do whatever you wish. Our planning time is from 2:15 - 3:00.

Our union is very proactive and has negotiated well for us!
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My work hours are 8-4. 30 minutes of daily prep time, 15 minutes of duty-free lunch.
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7:20-2:55 so basically 7.5 hours per day. This includes a guaranteed 30 minute duty-free lunch and we each have 1-2 periods that are planning or duty and not teaching. Our students leave at 2:25 or so. The last half hour used to usually be planning time but now is taken up with meetings more often than not. We can leave at 2:25 on bi-monthly pay days.

I have worked in districts with 8-hour work days, and they get paid substantially more than teachers in my district. Also we only have 186 teacher days but some districts do 190+ and thatís another reason for the $$.
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Our contract requires 8:30 - 4. Duty free lunch. We do not clock in and out. We have a 30 minute duty once a week, though our P has broken it up 15 minutes in the lunchroom one day, 15 minutes on the playground another day.

That being said, our P is flexible. I have to leave at 3:35 occasionally for an appointment, but i'm always in by 8, so it's not an issue.

I'm curious as to how many are union, and how required hours are affected by that.
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7:45-3:30. This is our contracted time. We do not have time clock. We are allowed to leave once the kids are dismissed on Fridays.
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7:40-3:50 Tuesday - Friday we do have lunch duty I have kids 8:15 - 3:30. I have plan time 1:39 - 2:35.

9:00-3:00 every other Monday - PD
Off every other Monday.

We started 4 day weeks this year.
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Contracted hours are 8:15-3:45 with 30 min lunch and 45 min prep
(No one has lunch/recess duty)
And no time clock
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We are supposed to be at work at from 7:45-3:30.

Duty free lunch: 25 minutes

I’m supposed to have two 50 minute planning periods per day = 100 minutes per day. However, my P asked me to pick up an additional class, so instead I’m paid extended day salary with only one 50 minute planning per day.

No clocking in. No sign in/ sign out sheets. However, I’m fairly certain that the administration monitors this if they think someone is coming in too late and/or leaving too early. (Once my VP mentioned that a particular teacher was constantly late. A few months later she was fired - Being late was just one of many of her issues.)

7.75 hours per day x 5 = 38.75

Note: This is a private school.

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We are required to clock in by 7:30, pick up kids by 7:35. Every week one teacher on the grade is required to do morning duty in the gym from 7:20 to 7:35. If you are outside in traffic at 7:10 you will get stuck with a bunch of parents, buses and kids but you can still make it on time. If you are out there at 7:20, good luck.

We do not clock out but technically have to stay till 3:30 every day except Fridays when we can leave as soon as our last student is gone. No one really checks on the leaving part but if you are late clocking in, or forget completely, it is a big deal. There is a form to fill out and teachers who are constantly late are reminded that when it's time for leveling or teacher cuts, the people who are hired last and late the most will be the ones to go.

We have a duty-free lunch of 30 minutes and 45 minutes a day of planning. Most of that is taken us by data, parent, coaching, administrative and testing meetings. We never meet with our teams anymore. A few years ago we would be required to meet with our teams at least once a week with the principal and other admins breathing down our necks but that has slowly gone away.

We are supposed to stay till 3:45 or 4:15 once a week for staff meetings but they are extremely rare these days and only last 15 to 30 minutes.

Here's how I would change the schedule:

Start later so the kids are not bleary-eyed and grumpy and we can leave home in the light of day for once instead of in the dark.

Give 45 minutes of lunch because teachers waste 10 to 15 minutes of their 30 minute lunch on walking in from the portables with their class and three other classes all in the same hallway. Then by the time we walk all the way back to the portable and warm up our food, we have at most 10 minutes left and we have to run back to get the kids and if we are a minute late, the teacher assistants tell the principal on us.

Give us 45 minutes a day of real prep time. Monday will be used for making copies and preparing interactive games, homework, etc. for the week. Tuesday could be used for planning and making a short quiz which takes the place of the DOL. Wednesday we discuss the final plan and anything else that needs to be done. Thursday we work in our rooms and Fridays can be used for administrative concerns.

Leaving at 3:15 to 3:30 suits me fine so I would not change that. Not having so many after school meetings is also awesome so even if we have to stay late for a club once in a while, it is ok cause we are not inundated with useless information after school. I would even stay 15 minutes later after school if I could just eat in peace during lunch.

Oh, and give teachers restroom breaks just like the kids get cause let's face it, even if you are just peeing and your students are lined up right outside the bathroom door, they will likely have at least started fooling around already and most likely have already pushed someone down in those few minutes you are inside. And no one wants to attempt to take a dump in those conditions.
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We have no time clock or sign in/out.

Our duty day is 8:00-3:35--student day is 8:16-3:30. I have a 25 minute duty-free lunch and 45-50 minute planning daily.

My admin is also willing to work around the occasional early out for appointments if we are reasonable.
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