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Payday is the 23rd of each month or the previous workday if the 23rd falls on a weekend, holiday, or within a school break period.  Time cards are due at least two weeks before payday.  Current fiscal year’s payroll deadlines and paydays is located in the Payroll Documents page.


Any time worked beyond regular schedules must be pre-approved by immediate supervisors.  Teachers will submit a monthly extra duty time card  to your supervisor for signature and forward to the building secretary. Classified staff will add time to their regular time card listing the activity under "other" and forward to your supervisor for signature and forward to the building secretary. Time cards are located in the Payroll Documents page.


Employees must request approval of absences that are known in advance by completing and submitting a Request for Leave to immediate supervisors and follow proper procedures as set forth through the utilization of the AESOP substitute calling system.  The Business Manager will cross reference requests for leave with substitute time cards and absence reports submitted monthly by school secretaries.


Mt. Angel School District participates in the Public Employees Retirement System. Everyone with at least 600 hours of service per calendar year is automatically a member of the system. PERS is funded with employer and employee contributions. Mt. Angel School District "picks up" the employee contribution for all regular employees. Substitute employees' contributions are done through payroll deduction.


Direct deposit of net pay is required for all newly hired employees.  Current employees also will have net checks direct deposited but may also deduct specific amounts from net pay for electronic deposit into an additional checking or savings account. Employees are eligible for several benefit plans including 403(b) and deferred compensation retirement savings plans, flexible spending plans, and group health insurance.  Automatic payroll deduction is available for employee contributions to these plans. Tax sheltered annuity vendors should be familiar with the Solicitations Rules for Retirement Plan Investment Providers.  American Fidelity Assurance Company is the district’s third party administrator for 403(b) retirement savings plans.  All requests for exchanges, transfers, and withdrawals must be approved by them. Approved vendors. American Fidelity Assurance Company administers the school district’s Section 125 Flexible Spending Accounts.  With these accounts employees can use pretax wages to help for pay their share of group insurance premiums, unreimbursed medical expenses and dependent care expenses.  Employees may also purchase life, cancer, disability and other insurances through payroll deduction.  Enrollment begins in the spring for the following school year after information is presented at staff meetings.

Additional Resources

American Fidelity Assurance Company
Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)

Payroll Documents