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FMLA

As allowed under Federal Law, employees who meet eligibility requirements may be granted leave for a maximum of 12 weeks in a school year and may be a combination of paid and unpaid leave. During this leave, the District will continue to cover its portion of the medical insurance benefits. Eligible employees must use all accrued leave days concurrently with FMLA leave within the provisions of District leave policies. If an employee has exhausted all leave benefits, the remaining FMLA leave will be unpaid. This leave may be used intermittently when medically necessary.

Licensed Classified
FMLA Checklist - Licensed FMLA Checklist - Classified
FMLA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) FMLA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Policy DP322- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Policy DP322- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
FMLA Leave Notice Tutorial FMLA Leave Notice Tutorial
Sick Bank Request Tutorial Sick Bank Request Tutorial
Critical Family Leave Request Tutorial Critical Family Leave Request Tutorial
Medical Certification - Employee Medical Certification - Employee
Medical Certification - Qualified Family Member Medical Certification - Qualified Family Member
Return to Work Release Return to Work Release
Skyward Employee Access Time Entry Tutorial Skyward Employee Access Time Entry Tutorial
Frontline (AESOP) Entry Tutorial
*The medical certification and return to work release will be emailed to you after you complete the FMLA Leave Notice in Skyward Employee Access.*

Quick Reference Comparison: FMLA, ADA and Leave of Absence (LOA)


The HR Generalist is dedicated to FMLA and other leave questions. Please contact Jane Olsen at (801) 567-8249 or email her at
jane.olsen@jordandistrict.org  with any questions or concerns.