NONSCHOOL EMPLOYMENT OF PROFESSIONAL STAFF
The outside work done by a staff member is of concern insofar as it may:
prevent the employee from performing his/her responsibilities in an effective manner; be prejudicial to the employee's effectiveness in the position; or might compromise or embarrass the school district; raise a question of conflict of interest -- for example, where the employee's position in the district permits access to information or another advantage useful to the outside employer.
Therefore, an employee shall not perform any duties related to an outside job during regular working hours or during the additional time that is needed to fulfill the responsibilities of the position; nor will an employee use any district facilities, equipment, or materials in performing outside work.
An employee shall confer with the Superintendent or a designee before accepting any outside employment and discuss the prospective job in relation to current duties with the Board.