The Board of Education has established an Employee Assistance Program in collaboration with the district’s collective bargaining units. This program provides appropriate and confidential prevention, intervention, assessment, referral, support, and follow-up services for district staff who seek assistance with their problems. District staff will be informed about the services they can receive through the Employee Assistance Program.
The district recognizes that it has no right to intervene unless employees’ personal problems adversely affect their job performance. When unsatisfactory performance does occur, the district’s supervisory personnel will encourage employees to manage their problems and move toward a resolution on their own, or with the help of the Employee Assistance Program.