Nonschool Employment



The Governing Board recognizes that District employees may receive compensation for outside activities as long as these activities are not inconsistent, incompatible, or in conflict with the employee's duties or to the duties, functions or responsibilities of the District.

Outside paid activities are incompatible with District employment if they require time periods that interfere with the proper, efficient discharge of the employee's duties, if they entail compensation from an outside source for activities that are part of the employee's regular duties, or if they involve using for private gain the District's name, prestige, time, facilities, equipment or supplies.

District employees shall not perform, without prior Board approval, any outside paid service that will be wholly or in part subject to the approval or control of another District employee or a District officer.

Upon determining that an employee's outside job is incompatible with District employment, the Superintendent or designee shall so inform the employee. An employee who continues to pursue an incompatible activity may be subject to disciplinary action. Appeals shall be addressed in accordance with law, Board policy and administrative regulations.

Legal Reference:

Education Code
35160 Authority of governing boards
35160.1 Broad authority of school districts
51520 Prohibited solicitation on school premises

Government Code
1126 Incompatible activities of employees

First Reading: 2/14/01

Governing Board Adoption: 3/14/01

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