With the beginning of the new school year comes new pay rates along with new deductions. All employees are encouraged to log in to Employee Access and review their salary placement, FTE, insurance premiums, deductions, name, and address. This information can all be located under the EMPLOYEE INFORMATION tab.
Checks that are not direct deposit will be mailed to your home address in Skyward. Please make sure that your address is correct to avoid a delay in receiving your pay.
Your actual paycheck is available to view up to two (2) days prior to payday each month in CHECK HISTORY. If you have questions, please contact the following:
Help Desk 801-567-8737 (For Employee Access login and password)
We invite you to join us each week for a new episode of Superintendent Anthony Godfrey’s “Supercast” podcast.
You can find all of the episodes at supercast.jordandistrict.org or listen to the most recent episode featuring Salt Lake Community College President Deneece Huftalin. Find out how the college is making higher education affordable in ways you may not have imagined and how JSD students can benefit from a brand new SLCC campus in Herriman.
The Men of Promise Conference will be held Oct. 6 at the Zions Technology Center, 159 W. Center Street in Midvale for students in grades 9-12. If you are looking for an opportunity in growing leadership within our young males, particularly, the young males of color, the Black Success Center (through the Black Chamber of Commerce) is focused on programming to develop and connect this part of our future.
The Men of Promise (MOP) conference inspires students by speaking to their hearts and providing them with professional experiences designed to shift their life trajectories. The conference’s approach encourages students to change their path by shifting their habits and disciplines, thus helping them to help themselves…to achieve goals. Another aspect of the conference was to connect students with role models to help them develop their VISION, DISCIPLINE, and CHARACTER.
The annual Nutrition Services Pan Sale is right around the corner. You'll find great prices on new commercial grade kitchen items. Come check it out on Oct. 5 and 6 from 12 - 6 p.m. at the Auxiliary Services Building. Please use Entrance A to enter the North Auditorium. Cash and credit cards will be accepted and the sale is open to the public.
Log into your myURS account by clicking on LOGIN in the upper right corner of the screen.
Click on the Education Tab.
Click on “Individual Retirement Planning Sessions”.
Find the session that works best for you. Select the session to reserve your appointment.
Please be sure to bring your estimated annual income, retirement account statements (including non-URS), Social Security Statement (get yours at www.ssa.gov) and your investor profile (take the questionnaire at myURS).
If you are a contracted employee and need to take Annual/Personal Leave before or after Labor Day for any reason not listed in policy DP335NEG or DP335B, you must submit a request as follows:
How to Request During the window, the employee must send the request through email. Please include your name, school, position, and the date you are requesting the leave. Requests left on voicemail or over the phone will NOT be accepted.
The employee will receive an email confirmation within two working days after submitting the request. If the employee does not receive a confirmation email, then Human Resources has NOT received your request and your leave will not be approved.
For September 2022, substitute teachers with NO CANCELLATIONS and who qualify as outlined below, will be paid on October 10, 2022. The September tiered substitute teacher bonus incentives are as follows:
16 days worked = $275
14 days worked = $175
11 days worked = $100
8 days worked = $50
Benefit eligible substitute teachers working full time at various schools throughout the Jordan School District, DO NOT QUALIFY for the monthly substitute teacher bonus incentives, since they are required to work every school (contract) day.
Thank you again for your service to Jordan School District.
As outlined previously in JEM, all employees are required to complete the Crucial Policy Review by Nov. 1, 2022. Don’t delay in completing this important training. Please see below for instructions. Employees may access this policy review via their Employee Access in Skyward. If you need assistance in accessing Skyward, please call the help desk at 801-567-USER (8737).
Jordan School District Employees are responsible for knowing and adhering to all District policies and procedures. The annual crucial policy review is available to District employees in Skyward through "Online Forms." As a condition of continued employment, all employees, with the exception of minor students, are required to complete the crucial policy review by November 1, 2022.
Please see the tutorial below if you need additional assistance in accessing or completing the policy review.
Crucial Policy Review
To complete the required Policy Review, login to your Employee Access account. If you need help with your login ID or password, contact the Help Desk at 801-567-8737.
If you have not completed your Policy Review, you will see the screen below. Click the Policy Review link.
The Policy Review can also be accessed by selecting Employee Information/Online Forms.
All NEW teachers received an invitation to the New Teacher Induction (NTI) CANVAS course via your district email. This course will provide you with important information regarding your employment. The expectation was that you complete this course prior to the start of school for students. If you have not completed this required training, please complete it as soon as possible. Please feel free to contact the HR Department if you have questions or concerns.
Please take note of the following clarification on the difference between "Grade Transmittal Days" and "Professional Development Days."
Grade Transmittal Days are scheduled three times per year (Oct. 21, Jan. 17, March 27) as required in District Policy D207 - Calendar Development. These days occur each year in the Jordan School District. Payment for these days is built into the base teacher salary. Students do not attend. In-person work by teachers is not required; however, schools are open and teachers may use time on this day for finalizing and submitting grades.
Professional Development Days are three days throughout the year (Sept. 16, Nov. 4, April 21) where the Board of Education and District Administration have converted a student instructional day to a professional development day, as allowed by Utah Code 53F-2-102(d). These days are authorized on a year-to-year basis. These days are included in the 187 days of the standard teacher contract. Students do not attend. Principals may use up to three hours of each day for required professional development activities. The remainder of the contract day is to be used by teachers for planning and preparation.
The level and teacher calendars have been updated to clarify this change:
The Jordan School District Board of Education is seeking public input on possible revisions to Administrative Policy D200 Philosophy of Instruction. This policy is being merged with AA410 Controversial Issues.
The Board will hold an open house to receive input on Tuesday, August 30, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Riverton High in the school’s tech atrium. Riverton High School is located at 12476 S. Silverwolf Way (2700 West).
A draft copy of the proposed D200 is attached below.
In addition, attached below is a draft copy of D200 showing specific changes to the policy, which are redlined and changes based on language taken from AA410 Controversial Issues which are highlighted in yellow.
Have you wanted to be a mentor? Register on JPLS for a 3 hour online mentor training to become a new mentor in Jordan School District. New mentors will receive a $150 stipend upon completion of the course. This training and stipend is for new mentors only. See attached flyer for more information about classes.
Welcome to the 2022-2023 contract year! As an annual reminder, in accordance with DP326 NEG H. 1. and 2. and DP324 NEG H. 1. and 2., participation in the Employee-Funded Sick Leave Bank requires an employee to annually donate one day of accumulated annual leave into the Sick Leave Bank. The Employee-Funded Sick Leave Bank is not intended to be used for in-and-out absences, elective medical procedures or other medical care that could be scheduled during non-contract time.
Each year, employees wishing to opt out of participation in the sick bank must annually complete the appropriate online form in Employee Access no later than September 1 for current employees and October 1 for first-year licensed employees, including administrators. This opt out request must be submitted annually. Prior to completion of this form, it is strongly encouraged to review all District Leave Policies.
Prior to completion of this form, it is strongly encouraged to review all District Leave Policies.
Log in to your Skyward Employee Access. (If you do not know your login and/or password, contact the Information Systems Help Desk at 801-567- 8737)
Select “Task Manager” under the Jump to Other Dashboards widget.
Under “Task Processes” select “Sick Bank Opt Out.”
Open the Sick Bank Request form, enter information in all required fieldsand then click the “Save” button.
Click the “Next” button and enter Notes, as appropriate.
Click the “Next” button past Attachments; no attachments are requested.
Click the “Next” button until you reach the final step “Choose Next Task.”
Click the “Submit Sick Leave Bank Opt Out” button to submit the Sick Bank Opt Out Request. An email will be sent to your District email account confirming the Sick Bank Opt Out submission.
Sick Bank Opt Out Processing Please note that the submission needs to be submitted by September 1 (current employees)/October 1 (for first year employees), but there will be a delay in removing the Sick Bank Donation from your time off, which returns your annual leave day to your available leave balances.
Questions regarding Sick Bank should be directed to the HR Generalist at 801-567-8249. If you need additional assistance with the completion or submission of this form, contact the Administrative Assistant at your location or the HR Generalist.
*Education Support Professionals who are considered ‘provisional’ as of July 1 and hourly employees are not eligible for sick bank benefits that year, therefore, a sick bank donation will not be deducted (if applicable). Please be aware that policies and eligibility requirements for Licensed (DP324 NEG) and Education Support Professionals (DP326 NEG) employees are different. These and other District policies are available for review at policy.jordandistrict.org.