2.01. SVEF's Computer Science Institute requires specific skills that the SVEF staff cannot provide. The teacher represents that they are proficient in CS at the level necessary to teach Computer Science Institute and have the requisite skills to assist middle or high school students in design and computational thinking concepts. With these skills, the employee will function as a classroom teacher during the program dates specified by the district.
2.02. All items in the following list must be completed during the program. The employee must complete and return the Program Completion Checklist to receive payment for services. Not completing any of these items may result in a deduction in pay.
- Must administer pre/post assessments and surveys to all students, even if they are not present on first and/or last day
- Must take teacher survey
- Must have materials prepared prior to 1st day of class
- Ensure all students are enrolled through CSI online enrollment system
- Assist in collecting missing data:
- Parent Emails
- Student State IDs
- Must take daily attendance
- Must attend Professional Development and all PLC sessions
- Must provide at least 75 hours (middle school), 125 hours (high school), 21 hours (SLI) of instruction to the students during the summer
Status of Employee
2.03. Employment offered pursuant to this Agreement is offered on a part-time, seasonal basis. Therefore, Employee is not entitled to benefits such as disability, insurance, medical/dental/vision coverage, retirement, or any other full-time employee benefits.
Payment of Income Taxes
2.04. Employee is responsible for paying all applicable taxes, including income taxes and estimated taxes, incurred as a result of any of the compensation paid by SVEF to employee for services under this agreement. Employee agrees to indemnify and hold SVEF harmless for any claims, costs, losses, fees, penalties, interest, or damages (including all attorneys fees and costs) suffered by SVEF resulting from employee's failure to comply with this provision.