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ARTICLE III - DISTRICT RIGHTS

Section 1 - District Rights, Power and Authority.

Except as limited by the specific and

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express terms of the Agreement, the District shall retain all of its powers and authority, and the

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use of judgment and discretion in connection therewith, to direct, manage and control to the full

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extent of the law. Included in but not limited to those duties and powers are the exclusive

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rights to: determine its organization, direct the work of its employees, determine times and

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hours of operation; determine the kinds and levels of services to be provided, and methods and

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objectives; insure the rights and educational opportunities of students; to establish education

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policies, goals and objectives; determine the staffing patterns, determine the number and kinds

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of personnel required, maintain the efficiency of the District operation; determine the

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curriculum; build, move or modify the facilities; develop and implement budget and budget

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procedures; determine the methods of raising revenue; contract out work; hire, classify, assign,

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transfer, evaluate, promote, terminate, and discipline employees; and take actions which the

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District deems appropriate to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

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Section 2 - Declaration of Emergency.

The District management retains its right to amend or

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modify provisions of this Agreement in cases of emergency for the duration of the emergency.

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Emergency shall include but not be limited to a sudden occurrence and/or set of circumstances

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demanding immediate action by the District related to a local, state or national matter. The

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District management shall notify the Association of an emergency as soon as possible and

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agrees to meet and discuss with the Association, upon written request, the reasons for declaring

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an emergency.

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