COVID-Related Leave (Previously FFCRA)
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) expired on December 31, 2020. During the last year, AACPS offered new leave types and modified existing options to support employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. As we return to normal operations, the following modifications will be effectuated on July 1, 2021 and can be found here.
Attention: Effective July 1, 2021, there will be changes to current FMLA implementation. A summary of the changes was sent to all staff on April 29, 2021. To review the memo, click here.
Submit the following forms if it’s anticipated that you will be absent for an extended period of time (either continuously or intermittently), due to:
- pregnancy or paternity
- your own serious illness
- or a family member’s serious illness.
You should submit the forms as soon as you are aware that you might need leave, regardless of whether you have paid leave available to you. Please submit all forms via fax to 443-458-0140. Please do not basket mail documentation as it is not the most time efficient method of delivery.
Leave of Absence
Please contact the IDLM Office regarding leave of absence requests before submitting the following form:
Return to Work/Restrictions
You must submit one or both of the following forms if:
- you have been absent from work for more than 10 consecutive days, OR
- you became ill at work and EMS was called, OR
- you are returning from any period of absence with restrictions in your ability to perform your duties
You may not return to work without submitting it, and receiving authorization to return from your supervisor and/or the IDLM office. Please submit all forms via fax to 443-458-0140. Please do not basket mail documentation as it is not the most time efficient method of delivery.
If you have a disability, and require a modification to your work environment or duties in order to perform the essential functions of your position, you must complete the following forms:
Please submit all forms via fax to 443-458-0140. Please do not mail documentation as it is not the most time efficient method of delivery.