2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 21 - Education
Chapter 3 - School Districts in General
Article 3 - Charter Schools
Section 21-3-313 - Charter Schools; Employee Options.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 21-3-313 (2019)

21-3-313. Charter schools; employee options.

(a) During the first year that a teacher employed by a school district is employed by a charter school, the teacher shall be considered to be on a one (1) year leave of absence from the school district. The leave of absence shall commence on the first day of services for the charter school. Upon the request of the teacher, the one (1) year leave of absence shall be renewed for up to two (2) additional one (1) year periods upon the mutual agreement of the teacher and the school district. At the end of three (3) years, the relationship between the teacher and the school district shall be determined by the school district and the district shall provide notice to the teacher of the relationship.

(b) The employment status of school district employees employed by the charter school who seek to return to employment with noncharter schools in the school district shall be negotiated and included in the charter contract.

(c) Effective school year 2015-2016 and each school year thereafter, employees of a charter school shall, for purposes of this subsection, be included as payroll of the school district and shall be eligible to participate in any salary adjustment for school district employees which is funded by the legislature and is in addition to the foundation program amount computed under W.S. 21-13-309(p). Any amount computed and allocated pursuant to this subsection shall be used exclusively by the governing body of the charter school for charter school employee salary adjustments as determined by the governing body.

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