What does it feel like to have a disability? The Margaret Mead Elementary School PTSA wanted students to be able to empathize with their peers who face mobility, learning or other challenges. As part of Disability Awareness Month, they set up a Disability Awareness Fair with eight learning stations.
Severely Handicapped Worker Rate
In keeping with district policy to employ handicapped workers, the Board of Directors herewith affirms its intent to provide employment situations for severely handicapped workers which are appropriate to such workers' capabilities. Such employment situations shall conform to the requirements of the applicable Revised Codes of Washington and Washington Administrative Code.
The rate of compensation for handicapped workers shall be a prorated portion of the regular salary schedule for such position. Such prorations shall be determined by the following method:
- The supervisor in the job area shall conduct a time study of the job.
- The time analysis information shall be forwarded to personnel.
- The administrator of personnel, using district and other agency resource people, shall place the applicant on the salary schedule based on the time analysis and an estimate of the time in which the person can perform the job function.
- An evaluation shall be conducted by the administrator of personnel within the first 90 days of employment, using district and other resources to determine whether to continue the employee at his/her current rate of pay or to increase or decrease the rate of pay.
RCW 28A.41.112 RCW 28A.58.0951 RCW 28A.58.098 RCW 28A.65.415 RCW 28A.65.445 RCW 8A.67.066 RCW 28A.67.120 RCW 28A.67.240(2) RCW 49.46.060 WAC 296-128-050 through 296-128-090 WAC 392-121-130 through, WAC 392-121-170 WAC 392-126, generally WAC 392-127, generally WAC 392-140-085 through WAC 392-140-115 WAC 392-196, generally