354.091 Service credit.
(a) In computing service credit, no teacher shall receive credit for more than one year of teaching service for any fiscal year. Commencing July 1, 1961:
(1) if a teacher teaches less than five hours in a day, service credit must be given for the fractional part of the day as the term of service performed bears to five hours;
(2) if a teacher teaches five or more hours in a day, service credit must be given for only one day;
(3) if a teacher teaches at least 170 full days in any fiscal year, service credit must be given for a full year of teaching service; and
(4) if a teacher teaches for only a fractional part of the year, service credit must be given for such fractional part of the year as the period of service performed bears to 170 days.
(b) A teacher shall receive a full year of service credit based on the number of days in the employer's full school year if it is less than 170 days. Teaching service performed before July 1, 1961, must be computed under the law in effect at the time it was performed.
(c) A teacher does not lose or gain retirement service credit as a result of the employer converting to a flexible or alternate work schedule. If the employer converts to a flexible or alternate work schedule, the forms for reporting and the procedures for determining service credit must be determined by the executive director with the approval of the board of trustees.