QUALIFICATIONS AND DUTIES
A written job description shall exist for every employment position with the Central Community School Board, depicting the minimum qualifications and the responsibilities necessary for the position.
The School Board shall require that each teacher hold not less than a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university to be eligible for employment. Each teacher, including administrative personnel, shall be required to hold a current and valid teacher's certificate issued by the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) or demonstrate proficiency in meeting all requirements necessary to obtain such a certificate.
As part of their work assignment, teachers, as well as other employees, shall perform duties as necessary to reasonably maintain the safety and welfare of students. They shall at all times perform these duties in a reasonably prudent manner. Students in areas of high risk, such as indoor or outdoor physical education classes, weight rooms, locker/dressing rooms, chemistry and biology labs, and other high risk technical education classes, as well as extracurricular activities, should be intensively supervised.
Teachers may also be required to attend or conduct such other functions or activities of their respective school as deemed appropriate by the principal within the guidelines of their job description and their job responsibilities.
The Superintendent shall ensure that employees, both current and prospective, have proper certification, as applicable, and are qualified for the position to which employed.
Ref: La. Rev. Stat. Ann. §§17:81, 17:414, 17:441, 17:3884, 17:3904
Harrah Independent School District v. Martin, 99 S. Ct. 1062 (1979)
Central Community School Board