• PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHEDULE F

    Athletic/Non-athletic Activity Increment-Extra Pay Increments (rounded to closest dollar)
     
                                              2016-2017
     
                                  1                      2                  3                      4                      5                     6
    INDEX      $48,249    $50,442    $52,635      $54,828      $57,021    $59,214
     
    0.12          5,790       6,053          6,316          6,579          6,843         7,106
    0.10          4,825       5,044          5,264          5,483          5,702         5,921
    0.09          4,342       4,540          4,737          4,935          5,132         5,329
    0.08          3,860       4,035          4,211          4,386          4,562         4,737
    0.07          3,377       3,531          3,684          3,838          3,991         4,145
    0.06          2,895       3,027          3,158          3,290          3,421         3,553
    0.05          2,412       2,522          2,632          2,741          2,851         2,961
    0.04                          2,018          2,105          2,193          2,281         2,369
    0.03                                             1,579          1,645          1,711         1,776
    0.02                                             1,053          1,097          1,140         1,184
    0.01                                                526             548             570            592
     
    The index is multiplied by Steps 6 through II on Range 2 of the Teachers' Salary Schedule.
     
     
    A.    Guidelines for All Schedule F and Extra Pay Increments

    The following General guidelines have been established to determine when extra increments have been earned for extra services. Payment of Schedule F is contingent upon availability of funding. Application for a Schedule F does not guarantee it will be awarded.

    •  All work is either preformed outside the professional day or is required to be done during a release or duty free period during the work day.
    • Placement on the schedule will be based upon the hours worked outside the professional day or required to be done during a release or duty free period during the workday rather than a program name.  Placement on the schedule is based existing programs with similar expected work hours.
    • With the exception of Band, only one extra increment or schedule can be earned for any program, not for each academic level of a program. Band could be eligible for a Coaching schedule F for Marching Band Semester 1 and a non-coaching schedule F for Concert Band Semester 2.
    • Only one extra increment can be earned by any one person at a time with the following exception: In those instances where an individual has opted to fulfill two roles that may qualify for additional compensation on Schedule A or F, such as an Instructional Leader who is also a Chess Coach, documentation that the required work schedule for these positions do not overlap must be presented to Human Resources to receive compensation for both.
     
    SCHEDULE F - Refer to Expectations for Schedule F Assignments (Proc. 5-19)
     
    ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES NON ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES
    Badminton- Varsity and J.V.: 0.06 Marching Band 1st semester (if the school's program meets the specific criteria in the Professional Agreement pertaining to Band in 1st semester) 0.08
    Baseball: Concert band. 2nd semester (if the school's program meets the specific criteria in the Professional Agreement pertaining to music within 2nd semester) 0.08
    Varsity 0.08 Done via a Performance Contract:
    J.V. 0.06 Vocal Music/Choir - 200 hours 0.04
    Frosh 0.06 Drama/Theatre - 200 hours 0.04
    Basketball: Performance Dance - 50 hours 0.01
    Varsity 0.09 Performance Music - I 00 hours 0.02
    J. V. & Varsity Asst. (Combined) 0.07 Chess (AlA Sanctioned Team) 0.06
    Frosh 0.06 Forensics!Speech 0.08
    Cross Country- Varsity. J.V.: Debate 0.08
    Frosh (Boys & Girls Combined) 0.08 Robotics 0.08
    Football: Mock Trial 0.06
    Varsity 1 Student Govt. 0.07
    J.V. and Other Assistants including Frosh 0.07 Newspaper 0.04
    Golf- Varsity and J.V.: Yearbook 0.08
    (Boys and Girls each): 0.06 Yearbook and Newspaper (Combined) 0.12
    Soccer: Academic Decathlon 0.06
    (Boys and Girls each): DECA SBE Operators 0.10
    Varsity 0.08 JROTC 0.10
    J.V. 0.06 Spirit Line: Varsity 0.10
    Softball: Spirit Line: J.V 0.08
    Varsity 0.08 AVID Coordinators   * Semester Maximum     $750.00
    J.V. 0.06 Giftied Facilitator 0.05
    Frosh 0.06
    Swimming * Avid Coordinators stipend of up to $750.00 per semester will be determined using the AVID Rubric developed collaboratively with the Curriculum Division.
    (Boys and Girls each) 0.06
    Tennis: ** Gifted Facilitator: .05 for Gifted Facilitator if no release period is given.  No Schedule F for Gifted Facilitator will be granted if the Gifted Facilitator has been given a release period for these duties
    Varsity and J.V. 0.07
    Frosh 0.05
    Track:
    Varsity 0.08
    J.V. and Frosh 0.06
    Volleyball:
    Varsity 0.08
    J.V. 0.06
    Frosh 0.06
    Wrestling:
    Varsity 0.08
    J.V. 0.06
    Frosh 0.06
    AlA Spring Football: Per Program $3.500.00
    Summer Gym/Facilities $:2,000.00/$1.000.00

     

    B. Expectations for Schedule F Assignments

    The following guidelines have been established to determine when extra increments have been earned for extra services in the assignments as indi­cated.

    PERFORMING ARTS: All Done via Requests for Addendum to Employment Contract, or Performance Contract based on 50, 100, 200 or more hours of work outside of the teacher’s contract day. Evidence for the necessity of all increments will be submitted to the Principal or designee at the beginning of the school year using the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ form. Examples of evidence: audition/rehearsal schedules, performance dates, trip itineraries, etc. Please refer to Exhibit G-2 for the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ which includes a list of specific duties.

     

    MARCHING AND CONCERT BAND

    MARCHING BAND:  Paid by Performance Contract

    The Marching Fall Semester Schedule F of .08 assumes more than 300 hours of preparatory work/rehearsals/performances outside of the teachers’ contract day and other duties as noted. Evidence for the necessity of the increment will be submitted to the Principal or designee at the beginning of the school year using the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ form. Examples of evidence: rehearsal schedules, performance dates, trip itineraries, etc. Please refer to Exhibit G-3 for the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ which includes a list of specific duties. 

    CONCERT BAND:  Paid by Performance Contract

    The Concert Spring Semester Schedule F of .08 assumes more than 300 hours of preparatory work/rehearsals/performances outside of the teachers’ contract day and other duties as noted. Evidence for the necessity of the increment will be submitted to the Principal or designee at the beginning of the school year using the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ form. Examples of evidence: rehearsal schedules, performance dates, trip itineraries, etc. Please refer to Exhibit G for the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ which includes a list of specific duties. 

    MUSIC: VOCAL (Choir):  Paid by Performance Contract

    One schedule F of .04 per semester assumes 200 hours or more hours of preparatory work/rehearsals/performances outside of the teachers’ contract day, be paid for the preparation of and completion of 1 Choir production with 3 or more performances, prepared and practiced outside normal class time per Semester.  Additional .04 Schedule F’s can be earned by completing additional Choral production (s) with 3 or more performances prepared and practiced outside normal class time. One performance can be during the school day. Evidence for the necessity of all increments will be submitted to the Principal or designee at the beginning of the school year using the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ form. Examples of evidence: audition/rehearsal schedules, performance dates, trip itineraries, etc. Please refer to Exhibit G-2 for the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ which includes a list of specific duties.  

    DRAMA/THEATRE:  Paid by Performance Contract

    One schedule F of .04 assumes 200 hours or more hours of preparatory work/rehearsals/performances outside of the teachers’ contract day, be paid for the preparation of and completion of 1 dramatic production with 3 or more performances, prepared and practiced outside normal class time per Semester.  Additional .04 Schedule F’s can be earned by completing additional dramatic production (s) with 3 or more performances prepared and practiced outside normal class time. One performance can be during the school day. Evidence for the necessity of all increments will be submitted to the Principal or designee at the beginning of the school year using the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ form. Examples of evidence: audition/rehearsal schedules, performance dates, trip itineraries, etc. Please refer to Exhibit G-2 for the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ which includes a list of specific duties

    PERFORMANCE DANCE:  Paid by Performance Contract

    One increment of .01 assumes 50 hours of preparatory work/rehearsals/performances outside of the teachers’ contract day, will be paid for the preparation of 1 Dance production with a minimum of 3 performances, prepared and practiced outside normal class time per Semester, based on a 50 hour contract.  Additional .01 Schedule F’s can be earned by completing additional dance production (s) with 3 or more performances prepared and practiced outside normal class time, based on a 50 hour contract.  One performance can take place during the school day. Evidence for the necessity of all increments will be submitted to the Principal or designee at the beginning of the school year using the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ form. Examples of evidence: audition/rehearsal schedules, performance dates, trip itineraries, etc. Please refer to Exhibit G-2 for the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ which includes a list of specific duties.

    PERFORMANCE MUSIC: GUITAR/PIANO: Paid by Performance Contract

    One Schedule F of .02 assumes 100 hours or more hours of preparatory work/rehearsals/performances outside of the teachers’ contract day will be paid for the preparation of 1 Musical production with minimum of 3 performances prepared and practiced outside of the professional day and class time.   Additional .02 Schedule F’s can be earned by completing additional Music production (s) with 3 or more performances prepared and practiced outside of the professional day and class time, based on a  100 hour contract. One performance can occur during the school day. The Orchestra/Guitar/Piano increment assumes a minimum of 100 hours of preparatory work/rehearsals/performances outside of the teachers’ contract day throughout the school year. If a teacher is receiving two other stipends and is also teaching guitar, piano, or orchestra, their guitar/piano/orchestra only work hours must total 100 in order to be eligible for the increment.  Evidence for the necessity of the increment will be submitted to the Principal or designee at the beginning of the school year using the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ form. Examples of evidence: rehearsal schedules, performance dates, trip itineraries, etc. Please refer to Exhibit G-6 for the ‘Request for Addendum to Employment Contract’ which includes a list of specific duties.

    Performing Arts Required CRT’s/End of Semester or Classroom Prepared Performances: Per Semester

             Supervision pay will be paid for conducting one (1) CRT Performance outside the professional day for up to 6 hours.

    CHESS

    One Schedule F of .06 for each team up to twelve (12) students participating in at least five (5) tournaments and barring unforeseen circumstances, such as illness, attending a conference or a shortened work week, practices will take place at least three (3) times per week.  Activities include AIA tournaments and invitational con­tests.  An increase of 2 index steps will be paid when the team size reaches twelve (12) or more students participating in at least five (5) tournaments. A second Schedule F of .06 will be provided when the team size reaches twenty (20) or more students.

    FORENSICS/SPEECH

    One Schedule F of .08 for each team up to nineteen (19) students participating in at least ten (10) activities and barring unforeseen circumstances, such as illness, attending a conference or a shortened work week, practices will take place at least three (3) times per week.  Activities include a minimum of five (5) AIA speech tournaments and con­tests, community service activities, and student workshops. A second Schedule F will be provided when the team size reaches twenty (20) or more students participating in at least ten (10) activities and normally practicing a minimum of 3 days a week.

    DEBATE

    One Schedule F of .08 for each team up to nineteen (19) students participating in at least ten (10) activities and barring unforeseen circumstances, such as illness, attending a conference or a shortened work week, practices will take place at least three (3) times per week.  Activities include a minimum of five (5) AIA speech tournaments and con­tests, community service activities, and student workshopsA second Schedule F will be provided when the team size reaches twenty (20) or more students participating in at least ten (10) activities and normally practicing a minimum of 3 days a week.

    ROBOTICS

    One Schedule F of .08 for each team up to nineteen (19) students participating in at least two (2) sanctioned competitions/events and  devoting 300 or more hours to practices/preparation during the school year.  A second Schedule F will be provided when the team size reaches twenty (20) or more students participating. 

    MOCK TRIAL

    One Schedule F of .06 for each team up to nineteen (19) students participating in at least two (2) sanctioned competitions/events and  devoting 300 or more hours to practices/preparation during the school year.  A second Schedule F will be provided when the team size reaches twenty (20) or more students participating.  If a team does not qualify for the State competition, the Sponsor can elect to end their schedule F pay, or continue to practice as outlined above for the remainder of the season and collect the full schedule F payment.

    STUDENT GOVERNMENT

    One schedule F of .07 for the school year will be provided for supervising the STUGO program.  With major duties including: preparation and performance of the major school assemblies such as Fall, Winter and Spring Sports, working with the schools Administration on other campus projects and student motivation/involvement events.

    YEARBOOK ADVISOR: .08 for the School Year

    One Schedule F of .08 for the school year will be provided for supervising the Yearbook. To be eligible for the Schedule F of .08 for the school year, the yearbook advisor will select and train a staff, choose and work with a publisher for the book, manage the finances under District guidelines in cooper­a­tion with the campus bookstore man­ager, work with the staff to prepare for publication of a book relating to school activities, and supervise distribution when the published book arrives.

    NEWSPAPER ADVISOR: .04 for the School Year

    One Schedule F of .04 for the school year will be provided for supervising the Newspaper. To be eligible for the Schedule F of .04 for a school year, the newspaper advisor will select and train a staff, choose a method of publication, under District guidelines, develop a system of bud­geting and financing, and prepare for publication of a minimum of 1 newspaper per term pertaining to student activities, events, and interests.

    YEARBOOK/NEWSPAPER COMBINED:  1.2 for the School Year

        Refer to the previous requirements for both Yearbook and Newspaper Advisor. 

    ACADEMIC DECATHALON:

    One Schedule F of .06 for each team up to nineteen (19) students participating in at least two (2) sanctioned competitions and  devoting 300 or more hours to practices/preparation during the school year.  A second Schedule F will be provided when the team size reaches twenty (20) or more students participating. If a team does not qualify for the State competition, the Sponsor can elect to end their schedule F pay, or continue to practice as outlined above for the remainder of the season and collect the full schedule F payment.

    DECA SBE OPERATORS: .10 for the School Year

             One Schedule F of .10 will be paid for the operation of the DECA School Based Enterprise for the school year. 

    JROTC: .10 for the School Year

               One Schedule F of .10 will be paid for the operation of the JROTC Program for each required sponsor for the school year. 

     

    AVID: by Semester Rubric

    Avid Coordinators stipend of up to $750.00 per semester will be determined using the AVID Rubric developed collaboratively with the Curriculum Division.

    GIFTED FACILITATOR: .05 for the School Year

    A schedule F of .05 will be provided for Gifted Facilitator if no release period is given.  No Schedule F for Gifted Facilitator will be granted if the Gifted Facilitator has been given a release period for these duties.

    AIA SPRING FOOTBALL

                                                                                                                                                                                    

    Each campus with a football program will be have a $3,500.00 stipend for Spring Football.  The Principal, or designee and the Varsity Football Coach shall decide upon the disbursement of these funds with no one person receiving more than $1,000.00.

     

    SUMMER GYM/FACILITIES

     

    Each comprehensive campus will be have a $2,000.00 stipend for Summer Gym and each small school will have a $1,000.00 stipend for Summer Facilities.  The Principal, or designee and the District Athletic Director, or designee, shall decide upon the disbursement of these funds with no one person receiving more than $1,000.00.

     

    DIVERSITY CAMP

     To be determined by the IBN Sub-Committee no later than May 1,2016.                                                                                                                                                                      

    SPIRITLINE SPONSOR (s): .10 for the specified Season for Varsity Level and .08 for Junior Varsity Level.

     

    Qualifications
    All Sponsors must possess Arizona teaching certification, meet all AIA rules and be selected by the Administration.


    Number of Participants
    The official, recognized number of participants for a Varsity or Junior Varsity Spiritline is ten (10). The use of alternates is at the discretion of the local campus


    Performing Season
    A performing season is a typical 18-week semester first Semester, and the remainder of the Basketball and Cheer seasons in the Third Term. Qualifying sponsor (s) shall be issued One Schedule F contract of .10 for Spiritline for the year. Sponsors are not under contract during the summer months; therefore, they are not responsible for supervision or attendance at summer camps or workshops. The cost of such activities, including transportation during the non-school year, is the responsibility of the participants.


    Major Duties
    Shall follow the Responsibilities of a Schedule F Coach as outlined in Proc. 5-23
    . Exercise necessary influence to instill proper leadership and discipline. Spritlines are expected to practice as needed and perform at 1 to 3 weekly at Home Varsity and Junior Varsity Football and Basket Ball games. Additional expectations are outlined below.

                                                                                                                                                                                    

    Construct a Constitution regarding rules and regulations which should contain expectations for participants’ grades, behavior,
    attendance, practice times, etc.


    Provide a rule sheet which must have a parent’s signature, acknowledging agreement of requirements
    before a student is allowed to try out. Conduct sessions in which participants are instructed in the ethics
    and rules of activities at which they will be performing.


    Conduct annual tryouts. A selection committee shall consist of a panel of judges, and selection shall be
    made from a locally developed set of criteria. Final results shall be made available to the Principal and
    the athletic administrator.


    Be responsible for previewing all team support signs and run-through banners prior to display or use.
    Such signs shall be in good taste as established by the local school. No team support signs shall be used
    7/2014 Proc. 5 - 23at any division, interdivision, or state interscholastic contest.


    Transport the Spiritline by school-provided transportation to all away games. Spiritline members’ travel to away games is by invitation only, or when they are performing with the band. When participating in activities outside Maricopa County, a travel request must be on file.


    Must attend or arrange for a staff member to attend all school sponsored activities in which Spiritline is participating. These activities may include but not be limited to practice, performance, fund- raising activities, and parades.

    Strongly discourage spending excessive funds on favors for athletic teams and/or team members.


    Supervise design, ordering, distribution, maintaining and collection of all school-purchased uniforms and
    other items. Non-usable uniforms shall be sent to the District for discarding. Selling or giving away of
    uniforms is prohibited.