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Legal Update – Coronavirus and Schools (K-12) - Shared screen with speaker view
trollins
24:38
can't hear Aaron
Audrey
24:40
could not hear Aaron but can hear Jason fine.
David Hile
24:43
I couldn't hear Aaron - very scratchy
Traci
24:46
Couldn't hear Aaron
Phil Howard
24:49
Can hear everyone fine except could not hear Aaron
Judge Eric Brown
24:52
Aaron could not be heard
tholden
25:05
not me either
jmalainy
25:11
Same here.
Mary Beth
25:25
I cannot hear anything but I checked my volume again, and it works
jmalainy
35:22
I cannot hear Aaron!
jmalainy
35:47
yes, thank oyu
tholden
37:53
Can Aaron address if there are any domestic travel advisories?
Brian Hamler
45:15
In the event of a prolonged closure does the district have the authority to pay hourly employees who are asked to stay home?
Phil Howard
45:39
lost our sound
Mary Beth
48:14
When we can apply the exception to FERPA does anyone have a right to the student's name or more specific information about the student?
jmalainy
50:04
I am assuming that we have the authority to expect our employees work from home if in fact we close?
Mary Beth
50:28
When we use online instruction, will "time" based instruction be required or can we focus on outcome based instruction? Homes will not have the bandwidth to support multiple students to be online for an equivalent time.
bwelker
51:17
Can we compel staff to report if the local Board of Health says it is permissible?
Corey Ream
51:23
Any relief from state testing being discussed? Not much info on ODE site?
Mary Beth
52:14
Would like to see our language change from "closed" to "home instruction" or another related phrase.
jfeasel
53:07
If school is closed for a long time, how do we handle hourly workers?
Audrey
54:04
are there employee privacy laws that would restrict disclosure to DOH?
Drew Grahl
54:09
OHSAA has officially announced that ALL indoor sporting events are to continue with only "limited spectators"
John Grabowski
54:15
What do we tell parents that refuse to send their kids to school over fear of the virus?
Scott
01:01:23
3318.? classified staff????
jmalainy
01:01:40
Does that ORC impact part-time staff?
DGASC
01:01:55
3319.081
Traci
01:01:59
Please repeat what you said about 3319.081 (I think it was that). So are they paid or no?
David Hile
01:02:38
In RC 3319.08 (teacher contracts) it states “(B) Teachers must be paid for all time lost when the schools in which they are employed are closed due to an epidemic or other public calamity….”
Traci
01:03:03
What about classified?
David Hile
01:03:04
RC 3319.081 (non-teacher contracts) states “All nonteaching employees employed pursuant to this section and Chapter 124. of the Revised Code shall be paid for all time lost when the schools in which they are employed are closed owing to an epidemic or other public calamity.”
Corey Ream
01:03:46
What if we require teachers to work during a closure in order to provide distance learning and ODE does not provide relief from the hour requirement? Would the distance learning count toward the hour requirement? Would we be in a position of having to pay teachers an additional amount to extend the school year?
Audrey
01:04:26
what about if added hours or days to make up. Do they get paid for those days also?
jwatson
01:06:04
If we do a virtual learning day, and classified/certified staff are required to work are they to be paid for the extra time they worked based on the statue?
Judge Eric Brown
01:09:26
The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced that its winter sports tournaments would continue with "limited spectators."
tholden
01:09:50
where can we find the OHSAA press conference
Jill
01:09:57
What if our payroll department is made up of Classified and Non-Classified Staff. They are both 260 day employees and if our Non Classifed Staff can work remotely, but Classified do not have access remotely. Suggestions on completion of payroll during a time if the school closes down?