Snow Days & LTS?

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  1. ChildWhisperer

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    Do subs (specifically long term subs covering a vacancy) get paid on snow days?
    Or is that something that differs by district/county/state?
     
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  3. mathmagic

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    Nov 26, 2018

    It could certainly vary by state/district, but I'd imagine usually not, as teachers would (usually) be making that day up at the end of the year.

    I know that when I was a long-term (3-month) sub, I didn't get paid for the snow day that we had right before winter break. It also didn't count against me though for consecutive days worked.
     
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    I did not get paid for snow days as a sub. Technically I don’t as a teacher either. I’m under contract for a set number of days. I’m home today for a snow day. My check won’t be different this month, but I make the day up at the end of the year. As a sub I’d get paid then, not now.
     
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    If school isn't in session, then the sub more than likely is not getting paid.
     

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