Receiving Extra Duty Comp Time:
- Perform your extra duty activity (see attached list).
- The following day you need to turn in the Extra Duty Comp Time form to Mr. LaChance for approval. This will be done even for athletic events. The form will be in the main office.
- If approval is given you need to keep record of your own Comp Time. Mr. LaChance will also keep record of accumulated Comp time Hours.
- Mr. LaChance will use the guidelines for Comp. Time that were developed and modified for MPHS in 2012.
Using Extra Duty Comp. Time:
- Submit the use of comp time form located at the bottom of the Extra Duty Comp. Time form at least one week (5 school days) prior to the day you want to use comp time.
- Mr. LaChance will approve or deny the use of comp time based on your comp time balance, and whether you submitted your request at least one week prior.
- If approved, you need to go into AESOP within two days of receiving approval and log the absence. Please code it as comp time.
- If you fail to enter the absence into AESOP within 2 days of receiving approval the time will be deducted from your annual leave.
Things to remember:
- Comp time can only be taken on workdays
- Comp time is given only if you do not receive a stipend
- Completing work that is a job expectation will not be awarded comp time
- Remember comp time is a privilege which is extended at each school.
Examples of Extra Duty Comp Time
The following table lists examples of what are and what are not accepted as extra duty comp. time. This is not a complete list and administration reserves the right to approve miscellaneous comp time on an individual basis.
Not approved for Comp Time
Athletic Events (tickets)
Tutoring your own classes (students)
Tutoring done department wide
Tutoring an AP class when not in the semester
Department Chair (if no stipend)
Chaperones (dances, overnight trips)
Painting senior wall
SIT Summer Retreat
Summer work on your classroom
Miscellaneous by administration approval