15 Sep CCSD and ESEA reach agreement regarding compliance with mandatory COVID-19 testing and compensation
The Clark County School District (CCSD) and the Education Support Employees Association (ESEA) have reached an agreement regarding compensation for mileage and pay with regard to employees complying with the mandatory testing directive for COVID-19 testing.
Employees will be compensated for their mileage and time, at the overtime rate when appropriate, for complying with the COVID-19 testing directive that was established for employees not vaccinated on or by August 4, 2021.
Additionally, employees may during their regular contract hours with prior supervisory approval and coordination receive their regular compensation for all travel and mandatory test time.
In a separate Memorandum of Agreement, CCSD and ESEA agreed that Specialized Programs Teacher Assistants (SPTAs) who are assigned to Helen J. Stewart School, Variety School, John F. Miller School or Miley Achievement Center will receive a stipend of $1,000. Also, SPTAs assigned to work one-on-one with special education students will receive a stipend of $750.00
The agreements will be voted on by the CCSD Board of School Trustees at the Regular Board Meeting scheduled for September 23, 2021.