Many schools, such as Davie County Schools, Milford Public Schools and Palm Beach Schools, have regulations concerning time-keeping, payment intervals, payment methods and absent employees. Procedures vary widely from district to district. Individuals can check on their school district websites for policies dealing with payroll procedures.
Davie County Schools payroll procedures include detailed regulations concerning clocking in and clocking out. To be paid, employees of the schools must clock in and clock out. School employees have set times within which they need to clock in, and they are not allowed to clock in before this time. Employees give leave and adjustment forms to the school secretary, and the secretary then forwards these forms to the payroll department.
Milford Public Schools requires employees to fill a sign-out sheet to collect payment. The sheet notes the date, the name of the person taking out the check and the name that appears on the check itself. Directors receive two-week attendance registers that record employee work hours during the two weeks.
The School District of Palm Beach County also pays employees on a two-week basis. The district designates Payroll Contacts for each school for payroll questions and issues. At most schools, the contact is the payroll secretary.