Activities include Sample Clauses

Activities include a. Site scheduled staff, grade level(s), and department meetings. The principal may schedule no more than two general staff meetings per month. No more than two additional meetings per month may be scheduled to address grade level and/or department specific issues. b. Professional Responsibilities Examples of these responsibilities include: 26  Back-to-School Night 27  Open House 28  Parent/Student Conferences 29  IEP/SST/504 Meetings 30  Site Committee Meetings 31  District Meetings 32  Student Supervision (bus duty, yard duty, after-school 33 functions including athletic activities and school dances)
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Activities include a. Reviewing alternatives of using the premium saving to improve the benefits under Article 10;
Activities include. The program will fund awards that provide benefits to the Bay-Delta through water conservation activities. Other funding will be used to facilitate additional grant programs, criteria revision, plan reviews, technical assistance, publish news letters, host web site, and provide drought assistance.
Activities include. The University has a comprehensive strategic planning process involving faculties and services engaging with delivery of the key objectives of the integrated plan. • The university has for some time operated effective schemes (e.g. HEFCE Summer Schools) which provide a range of services to targeted feeder institutions and/or individual students so as to support and encourage successful applications from those who feel they may not or cannot achieve a place in higher education. • The University has a strong presence in Cumbria through its numerous campuses and associated sites. It is currently the largest provider of HE in Cumbria and in line with the Business Plan will build from this position to ensure that it is the provider of choice for both young people and returners to education throughout the whole county. • Well developed induction processes and systems of pastoral and financial student support working with applicants, students, teaching and support staff.
Activities include. Evaluate a range of possible structural and institutional solutions either in isolation or in combination with one another including for example: potential partnerships with PG&E to offer aggressive local solar deployment or green pricing, potential partnerships, or joint ventures with other third party entities.
Activities include. Attend meetings and workshops as needed for Marin’s city and town councils, city managers and staff, the County Board, and community forums. • Respond to committee recommendations as needed • Prepare and make presentations to the committee explaining key findings of the project
Activities include. Model program cash flows, bond scenarios and roles of potential partners • Consult with County-retained bond counsel to define issues for program financing Deliverable: • A mini-project plan for each alternative to reach Marin’s Renewables goal. Consultant Role: Oversee and direct analysis; Approve final deliverables. Student Role: Provide economic analysis, general research, and assistance with comparative analysis Task 4: Characterization of potential partners The goal of this task is to acquire information about third-party suppliers, contractors, and other partners, including their financial, technical, and operational capabilities using top three mechanisms assessed in task 1. Suppliers will be evaluated for their ability to achieve the Marin renewables goal. Activities Include: • Evaluate supplier qualifications, service offerings, and pricing of third-party service providers and contractors. • Report on the evaluation and provide a report recommending a short list of qualified suppliers or contractors.
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Related to Activities include

  • Activities Except with the prior written consent of the Board, Executive will not during his employment with the Company undertake or engage in any other employment, occupation or business enterprise, other than ones in which Executive is a passive investor. Executive may engage in civic and not-for-profit activities so long as such activities do not materially interfere with the performance of his duties hereunder.

  • Activities of Daily Living The basic tasks of everyday life, such as eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, and transferring.

  • Specific Activities Please give detailed information about the specific activities of the Project promoter and the Partner(s), with budget allocations

  • Scope of Activities Transmission planning activities will be coordinated in accordance with the Amended and Restated Northeast ISO/RTO Planning Coordination Protocol (“Protocol”), between and among PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., the New York Independent System Operator, Inc. and ISO New England Inc., effective as of December 12, 2004 as amended on July 10, 2013.

  • Permitted Activities The Executive shall devote his entire business time, attention and energies to the Business of the Employer and shall not during the Term be engaged (whether or not during normal business hours) in any other business or professional activity, whether or not such activity is pursued for gain, profit or other pecuniary advantage; but this shall not be construed as preventing the Executive from:

  • Restricted Activities The Executive agrees that some restrictions on his activities during and after his employment are necessary to protect the goodwill, Confidential Information and other legitimate interests of the Company and its Affiliates:

  • Promotional Activities ‌ 19 At the request of North Sound BH-ASO, Provider shall display promotional materials in its 20 offices and facilities as practical, in accordance with applicable law and cooperate with and 21 participate in all reasonable marketing efforts. Provider shall not use any North Sound BH- 22 ASO name in any advertising or promotional materials without the prior written permission of 23 North Sound BH-ASO.

  • Regulated Activities The Company shall not itself, nor shall it cause, permit or allow the Bank or any other of its Subsidiaries to (i) engage in any business or activity not permitted by all applicable laws and regulations, except where such business or activity would not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect on the Company, the Bank and/or such of its Subsidiaries or (ii) make any loan or advance secured by the capital stock of another bank or depository institution, or acquire the capital stock, assets or obligations of or any interest in another bank or depository institution, in each case other than in accordance with applicable laws and regulations and safe and sound banking practices.

  • Market Activities The Company will not, directly or indirectly, (i) take any action designed to cause or result in, or that constitutes or would reasonably be expected to constitute, the stabilization or manipulation of the price of any security of the Company to facilitate the sale or resale of Common Stock or (ii) sell, bid for, or purchase Common Stock in violation of Regulation M, or pay anyone any compensation for soliciting purchases of the Placement Shares other than the Agent.

  • Activities of JCM The services of JCM to the Trust hereunder are not to be deemed to be exclusive, and JCM and its affiliates are free to render services to other parties. It is understood that trustees, officers and shareholders of the Trust are or may become interested in JCM as directors, officers and shareholders of JCM, that directors, officers, employees and shareholders of JCM are or may become similarly interested in the Trust, and that JCM may become interested in the Trust as a shareholder or otherwise.

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