DK(LEGAL) - ASSIGNMENT AND SCHEDULES
Note: The Board has adopted an innovation plan that affects application of provisions in this legally referenced policy.
Credentials or Permit Required
A public school employee must have the appropriate credentials for his or her current assignment specified in 19 Administrative Code Chapter 231, Requirements for Public School Personnel Assignments, unless the appropriate permit has been issued under Chapter 230, Subchapter F, Permits. 19 TAC 231.1(a) [See DBA]
The principal of a campus shall approve all teacher and staff appointments for the campus from a pool of applicants selected by a district or of applicants who meet the hiring requirements established by a district, based on criteria developed by the principal after informal consultation with the faculty. A superintendent or designee has final placement authority for a teacher transferred because of enrollment shifts or program changes. Education Code 11.202; Atty. Gen. Op. DM-27 (1991)
A district's employment policy may include a provision for providing each current district employee with an opportunity to participate in a process for transferring to another school in or position with the district. Education Code 11.1513(c)(3)
If a district assigns an inappropriately certified or uncertified teacher to the same classroom for more than 30 consecutive instructional days during the same school year, it shall provide written notice of the assignment to the parents or guardians of each student in that classroom. Education Code 21.057 [See DBA]