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Resignation of Support Staff Members: GDQB

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Resignation of Support Staff Members: GDQB

In order to resign in good standing, an employee shall give the Human Resource office at least 14 calendar days' prior notice. If extenuating circumstances do not allow for 14 calendar days' notice, the Human Resource office may agree to a shorter period. A written and dated letter of resignation shall be signed and submitted by the employee.

If an employee resigns as a result of an allegation of unlawful behavior involving a child, including unlawful sexual behavior, which is supported by a preponderance of evidence, the superintendent is delegated the responsibility for notifying the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) as soon as possible but no later than ten (10) business days after the employee's resignation. The superintendent shall provide any information requested by the department concerning the circumstances of the resignation. The district also shall notify the employee that information concerning the resignation is being forwarded to CDE unless such notice would conflict with the confidentiality requirements of the Child Protection Act.