2013 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 22 - Public Schools
Article 10A - School Personnel Act
Section 22-10A-22 - Notice of reemployment; termination. (2003)


NM Stat § 22-10A-22 (2013) What's This?

22-10A-22. Notice of reemployment; termination. (2003) 
On or before the last day of the school year of the existing employment contract, the local school board or the governing authority of the state agency shall serve written notice of reemployment or termination on each certified school instructor employed by the school district or state agency. A notice of reemployment shall be an offer of employment for the ensuing school year. A notice of termination shall be a notice of intention not to reemploy for the ensuing school year. Failure of the local school board or the governing authority of the state agency to serve a written notice of reemployment or termination on a certified school instructor shall be construed to mean that notice of reemployment has been served upon the person for the ensuing school year according to the terms of the existing employment contract but subject to any additional compensation allowed other certified school instructors of like qualifications and experience employed by the school district or state agency. Nothing in this section shall be construed to mean that failure of a local school board or the governing authority of the state agency to serve a written notice of reemployment or termination shall automatically extend a certified school instructor's employment contract for a period in excess of one school year.   
  History: 1953 Comp., § 77-8-9, enacted by Laws 1967, ch. 16, § 114; 1975, ch. 306, § 8; 1986, ch. 33, § 20; 1978 Comp., § 22-10-12, recompiled as § 22-10A-22 by Laws 2003, ch. 153, § 72. 

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