Your schedule should be the same as the teacher you are replacing. A full-time LTO teacher has a schedule that includes a minimum of 240 minutes of prep and a maximum of 80 minutes of supervision over a five-day cycle.
For part-time LTO teachers, the numbers above are prorated. For example, if you have a 0.7 LTO assignment, you would get 168 minutes for prep, minimum (240 x 0.7), and 56 minutes of supervision, maximum (80 x 0.7).
If you take part of another teacher’s schedule and the prep time or supervision time is unevenly distributed, either has a right to request the timetables be altered so that each has the appropriate amount.