CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Sample Clauses

CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. Purpose Extracurricular activities, including the interscholastic CYO sports program, are offered to all students of St. Pius X Parish School. The extracurricular activities supplement the formal instruction of the students and provide them with an opportunity to grow in leadership, sportsmanship, and self-discipline as they discover and develop their gifts and talents. All of the extracurricular activities seek to develop a sense of social responsibility, decision-making skills, commitment to community, as well as life skills and Christian attitudes. The co-curricular activities that are offered at St. Pius X Parish School are included below.
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CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. Purpose Extracurricular activities, including the interscholastic CYO sports program, are offered to all students of St. Pius X Parish School. The extracurricular activities supplement the formal instruction of the students and provide them with an opportunity to grow in leadership, sportsmanship, and self-discipline as they discover and develop their gifts and talents. All of the extracurricular activities seek to develop a sense of social responsibility, decision-making skills, commitment to community, as well as life skills and Christian attitudes. The co-curricular activities that are offered at St. Pius X Parish School are included below. Eligibility Requirements for Co-Curricular Activities Students who wish to be members of a co-curricular activity conducted under school sponsorship must maintain above average academic grades in all subjects as well as Behavior. The inability to maintain minimum standards will result in a probation period of two weeks during which the student may not participate in any activities, practices, or games. If grades improve during the probation period the student may be reinstated. If grades do not improve, the student is deemed ineligible from all c0-curricular activities until the next progress report or report card. Students who are earning a 64% or below in any academic subject, or an NI in Behavior, are not eligible for probation. In order to participate in any co-curricular activities a student must adhere to the following guidelines:  Maintain at least a 75% average in all academic subjects and at least an S (Satisfactory) in behavior at all times. A 64% or lower in any subject and/or an NI in behavior automatically disqualifies a student from participating in co-curricular activities until the next progress report or report card.  Attend the full school day in order to participate in upcoming after school activities, practices, and/or games (this includes a full day’s attendance on a Friday before any weekend game or activity)  Behave respectfully in accordance with Schoolwide Learning Expectations on and off of the school campus, playing field/court, or other venue for co-curricular activities. Sports Students in grades 5-8 may be involved in an after-school sports program and participate in competitive play as well as privately sponsored tournament play during the school year. Students and parents must sign an athletic contract at the beginning of each season and pay the required fees prior to a student part...
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. Xxxxxx County Schools will continue to offer extra-curricular activities to all eligible students, blended or remote learners.
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. It is agreed that Salem St. Mary's Elementary School will encourage all certified and qualified individuals to accept extra-curricular assignments as may be needed. The extra-curricular programs will be under the direction of XxXxxx Central Activities Director, administration, and the Board of Education. Compensation for coaches or directors of extra-curricular assignments will be established by the negotiated agreements of the XxXxxx Central School 43-7 and paid for by the same.
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. We are always very keen to promote and help students take up outside interests and many of our students undertake a wide variety of activities. Recent examples include drama, theatre groups, paired-reading, first aid, helping older members of the local community, peer mediation on drug abuse and personal health, and various community projects. HEAD STUDENTS AND DEPUTY HEAD STUDENTS The two Head Students and two Deputy Head Students are elected in the Spring term. They are expected to undertake a number of duties and represent the Academy at important events throughout the academic year.
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. A. In this A extra curricular, programs and activities include those that are beyond the prescribed and locally determined of the school. curricu- lar activities and programs include those that are ordinarily carried on beyond the usual school instructional hours and with voluntary student participation. The Boardagrees that all extra curricular activities are volun- tary. Extra curricular activities shall not form any of a job description or posting of a teacher. While voluntarily Involvedin extra curricular activities, teach- ers shall be considered to be actin in the employ of the Board, for purposes of liability of the and coverage by the Board's insurance. Article STAFF MEETINGS
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. SCHOOL SPONSORED ACTIVITIES The school sponsors various activities for students who are eligible. These activities include Athletics, Student Council, Cheerleading, Dance Team, Speech, Yearbook, Choir, Altar Servers, Chess Club, AV Club, and Library Assistants. The school also participates in parish sponsored Scouting programs (Brownies, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Boy Scouts). All Athletics are under the direction of the Athletic Director, who is responsible to the Principal. An athletic fee (based on the League fee) will be assessed per child, per sport, to any child participating in sports. The organized team activities offered each school year typically include soccer, volleyball, basketball, swimming and track.
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. 12.02 It is understood that extra-curricular activities are voluntary. Instructional Time
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. A. The following represents the base salary for various co-curricular activities. Each person will be given one (1) additional point for each one (1) year of experience in that activity in the New Providence school district, to a maximum of ten (10) points. Each individual will receive a separate contract to reflect the base plus his/her individual experience.
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. L17.15 The Board recognizes the significant contributions Teachers make in their voluntary support for extra-curricular activities. It is understood that extra-curricular activities are voluntary. Evaluating Other Staff