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Presuming that the teachers are salary exempt employees under the Professional exemption to FLSA overtime wages, the we have to look to whether more than 50% of the time they spend working for the employer is in an exempt capacity. So, where a professional teacher teaches 35 hours a week and works less than 35 additional hours per week in working with kids after school, then the teachers' after school wages would not be subject to overtime wages.
So, presuming that the teachers being paid for a few hours a week of after school interaction with the children, those wages would not be subject to overtime unless those after school hours actually exceeded the 35 hour per week mark.
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