Grades Due Sample Clauses

Grades Due. End of the term grades (quarter, semester, or trimester) are due on the beginning of the fourth workday after the end of the grading period. Year-end grades are due either three (3) school days before or three (3) school days after the last day of school as determined by a shared building-level decision involving the staff and principal. This process will be completed by October 31 of each year.
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Grades Due. Teachers will submit grades and prepare report cards within three (3) workdays of the tri/se/xxxxxx completion. Teachers may utilize TRI pay for grade preparation (inclusive of evenings and weekends).
Grades Due. All Grades K-12: Two business days following end of marking period at 8:00 a.m. Parent/Teacher Conferences: Elementary: November 8th November 9th March 1st (afternoon & evening) (evening only) (afternoon & evening) High School: November 15 (afternoon & evening) November 16 (evening only) Middle School: November 15 (afternoon & evening) November 16 March 8th (evening only) (afternoon & evening) *MLK Day January 15/Teacher attendance optional Grade Level Chair Meetings: Week of September 25th Week of October 23rd Building Dept/Grade Level Meetings Week of November 27th will be one hour in length and will Week of January 22nd include a written agenda, minutes Week of February 19th and teacher attendance Week of March 26th Week of April 23rd Week of May 28th Open House: August 29 – Bentley August 30 – Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx, Washington OMS September 13 - OHS 2007-2008 School Calendar Days Days Developm August 1 3 27 Teacher Work Day 28, 29, 30 Professional Development 31 Labor Day Recess September 1-3 Labor Day Recess 19 4 First Full Day (all students) October 23 November 6 Records Day 18 1 21 No School (Comp Day) 22-24 No School: Thanksgiving December 24 No School: Winter Recess begins 15 January 7 School Resumes 10 1 18 Last Day First Semester 21 No School: *MLK Day Teacher Records Day First Semester Totals 85 3 3 Instructional Noninstructional Professional ent Days January 22 Second Semester Begins 8 February 15-18 No School: Presidents Day 19 March 21 No School: Good Friday 20 April 7-11 No School: Spring Recess begins 16 1 14 School Resumes 18 Professional Development May 23 No School (Comp Day) 20 26 No School: Memorial Day June 9 1 12 Half Day School: Last Day for Students 13 Records Day End of marking periods: November 2, January 18, March 28, June 12 Grades Due: All Grades K-12: Two business days following end of marking period at 8:00 a.m. Parent/Teacher Conferences: Elementary: November 7th (afternoon & evening) November 8th (evening only) February 28th (afternoon & evening) High School: November 14 (afternoon & evening) November 15 (evening only) Middle School: November 14 (afternoon & evening) November 15 (evening only) March 6th (afternoon & evening) *MLK Day January 15/Teacher attendance optional Grade Level Chair Meetings: Week of September 24th Week of October 22nd Building Dept/Grade Level Meetings Week of November 26th will be one hour in length and will Week of January 28th include a written agenda, minutes Week of February 18th and teach...

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  • Grades At the end of each semester, students shall receive a final grade report that shall become a part of their permanent record. The College District’s grading system shall apply to all courses: A (90-100) - Excellent B (80-89) - Good C (70-79) - Average D (60-69) - Poor F (Below 60) - Failure I Incomplete Q Dropped W Dropped Due to Good Cause or Withdrawal from College CR Credit P Pass NP Not Passing FS Academic Fresh Start I - Incomplete: indicates that the coursework was incomplete because of serious illness or other justified emergency. The instructor shall change the grade of “I” to a grade based on the work completed for the course in addition to the work specified in the course completion contract. All incomplete work shall be completed within 90 days of the start of the next long semester. Failure to complete the work specified in the course completion contract shall result in a grade of zero, which shall be factored into the final grade calculation with appropriate weighting relative to other course grades.

  • Grade The employee's grade level. (1-15)

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  • Transporting Students Teachers shall not be required to transport a student in a private vehicle on behalf of the school.

  • How Do I Get More Information? This Settlement Notice does not fully describe all of the claims, defenses, or contentions of the parties. If you have questions about this Notice or the Action, please do not contact the Court. If you have questions regarding the Settlement, you can call Class Counsel at 0-000-000-0000, email Class Counsel at xxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx, call the Settlement Administrator at 0-000-000-0000, write to the Settlement Administrator at JPM Stable Value Fund Litigation c/o JND Class Action Administration, P.O. Box 91304, Seattle, WA 98111, or go to the following website: xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx where you will find the Court’s order certifying the Class, the Plaintiffs’ Consolidated and Amended Complaint, the Defendants’ Answer to the Consolidated and Amended Complaint, the Settlement Agreement, and information regarding the day, time, and location of the Fairness Hearing once it has been scheduled by the Court. Other filings with the Court and information regarding the Settlement are also available online. Dated: , 2017 BY THE ORDER OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ATTACHMENT 1 PLAN SPONSOR 1 1888 XXXXX, LLC 2 X.X. XXXXXXXX CO., INC. 3 ABILENE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 4 ABITIBI CONSOLIDATED SALES CORPORATION 5 ACCE BENEFIT TRUST 6 ACCE BENEFITS TRUST 7 ACCE BENEFITS TRUST 401(K) PLAN 8 ADVANCED MEDICAL OPTICS, INC. 9 AGGREKO, LLC 10 AJAX PAVING INDUSTRIES OF FLORIDA, INC. 11 AJAX PAVING INDUSTRIES, INC. 12 ALASKA TANKER COMPANY ATC 13 ALCON LABS 14 ALLERGAN INC 15 ALM MEDIA INC. 16 ANCHOR ACQUISITION, LLC 17 AMARILLO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 18 AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXECUTIVES 19 AMERICAN CIVIL CONSTRUCTORS, INC. 20 AMERICAN LIGHTING ASSOCIATION 21 AMERICAN ROYAL ASSOCIATION 22 AMERICAN TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 23 ALLIANT ENERGY CORPORATE SERVICES, INC. 24 AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER SERVICE CORP. (AEP) 25 XXXXXXXX CORP. 26 XXXXXX CORP. 27 ANGELO'S AGGREGATE MATERIALS, LTD. 28 XXXX TRUCKING L.L.C. 29 APAC PAPER & PACKAGING CORP. 30 ARBOR MANAGEMENT, INC. 31 ARCH CHEMICAL INC. 32 AREA ENERGY & ELECTRIC, INC. 33 ARGO GROUP US 34 ARIZONA CHEMICAL COMPANY PLAN SPONSOR 35 ARLINGTON METALS CORPORATION 36 ASPHALT PAVING, INC. 37 ASSOCIATED WHOLESALE GROCERS, INC. 38 ASTEC INDUSTRIES, INC. 39 ASTELLAS US LLC 40 ATLANTIC SOUTHEAST AIRLINES, INC 41 AUDIO AUTHORITY CORPORATION 42 AUGUSTA NEWSPRINT COMPANY 43 AVON PRODUCTS, INC. 44 X.X. XXXXXXXX / XXXXXXXX / UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION (UTC) 45 BADGERLAND SUPPLY. INC. 46 BAESMAN PRINTING CORPORATION 47 BANK OF COMMERCE & TRUST COMPANY 48 BATON ROUGE AREA CHAMBER PROFIT SHARING PLAN 49 XXXXXXX XXXXXX COMPANY LLC 50 XXXX TOYOTA CORP. 51 BEECHMONT PRESS, LLC 52 XXXX INC. 53 BELL CORP. 54 XXXXX COMPANY, INC. 55 BENESYS, INC. 56 XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX AND DAVIS APLC 57 BEST BUY 58 BIGSTON CORPORATION 59 BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION 60 BISON GEAR ENG. CORP 61 BOC XXXXXXX, INC. 62 BOISE CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU PROFIT 63 BOISE METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 64 BOSE CORP. 65 XXXXXX AND XXXXXX P.A. 66 XXXXXX & XXXXXXXX CORPORATION 67 XXXXX XXXXX COMPANY 68 BROOK FURNITURE RENTAL INC. 69 XXXXXXXXXX HOLDINGS, INC. 70 BROWN AND XXXXXXXX PLAN SPONSOR 71 BUCKEYE PIPE LINE SERVICES COMPANY 72 XXXX-O-MATIC CORPORATION 73 X.X. 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HEALTH INC. 90 XXXXXX QUALITY COATINGS, INC. 91 CLEAR LAKE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 92 XXXX HARDWOOD INC. 93 XXXXXXX & XXXXXX PRODUCTS CO. 94 COLONIAL PIPELINE CO. 95 COMMODORE ADVANCE SCIENCES, INC. 96 COMSYS IT PARTNERS INC. 97 CONNING & COMPANY 98 COOK COMPOSITES & POLYMERS COMPANY 99 COOPERATIVE REGIONS OF ORGANIC PRODUCER POOLS COOPERATIVE, INC. 100 CROWN EQUIPMENT CORP. 101 CSK AUTO, INC. 102 CUMMINS INC. 103 XXXXXXX & XXXXXXXXX, INC. 104 DACO INCORPORATED 105 DAKOTA CLINIC / INNOVIS HEALTH 106 DALLAS REGIONAL CHAMBER PLAN SPONSOR 107 DASCO PRO INC. 108 DETROIT LEGAL NEWS COMPANY 109 XXXX XXXXXX INC. 110 DIRECT GENERAL CORPORATION 111 XXX X. XXXXXXX, INC. 112 XXXXXXX COMPANIES INC. 113 DOTT INDUSTRIES, INC. 114 DOWCO INC. 115 DURATEK FEDERAL SERVICES, INC. 116 X.X. XXXXXXX COMPANY 117 EAGLE-PICHER CORPORATION 118 XXXX XXXXX CO. INC. 119 EDISON ELECTRIC INSTITUTE INC. 120 EET CORPORATION 121 XXX XXXXX 122 ELKAY MANUFACTURING COMPANY 123 ELMER'S PRODUCTS INC. 124 EMPIRE LEVEL MANUFACTURING CORP. 125 ENERCON ENGINEERING, INC. 126 ENERGY EAST CORP. 127 ENERGY NORTHWEST 128 XX XXXX GROUP, L.P. 129 ERICSSON INC. 130 XXXXX XXXXX GLOBAL INC. 131 E-S PLASTIC PRODUCTS INC. 132 FATHER XXXXXXXX'X BOYS' HOME 133 XXXXXXX COMPANIES, INC. 134 FERRO CORP. 135 XXXXXX & COMPANY, INCORPORATED 136 FITCH, INC. 137 FIVE STAR DISTRIBUTING, INC. 138 XXXXXXXXX & XXXX 139 FOREMOST FARMS USA 140 FOREST LABORATORIES, INC. 141 FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 142 FLORIDA GAS TRANSMISSION COMPANY 143 FLO-TORK, INC. PLAN SPONSOR 144 FOX CITIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY 145 XXXXX X. XXXX COMPANY 146 FREEPORT MCMORAN / XXXXXX DODGE CORP. 147 XXXXXXX DENVER, INC. 148 GERLIN, INC. 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  • Material Safety Data Sheet Seller shall provide to Buyer with each delivery any Material Safety Data Sheet applicable to the work in conformance with and containing such information as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 and regulations promulgated thereunder or its State approved counterpart.

  • Industry Data The statistical and market-related data included in each of the Registration Statement, the Pricing Disclosure Package and the Prospectus are based on or derived from sources that the Company reasonably and in good faith believes are reliable and accurate or represent the Company’s good faith estimates that are made on the basis of data derived from such sources.

  • Course Materials The adoption of any course materials, print or electronic, after a Course Agreement is signed will require an agreed and signed addendum.

  • Annual Physical The Executive may, if the Executive so elects, within the twelve (12) months following the Date of Termination, receive an annual physical at the Company’s expense consistent with, and subject to the requirements of, the physical provided under the Company’s annual physical program as in effect immediately prior to the Date of Termination.

  • Position Descriptions Individual position descriptions shall be reduced to writing and delineate the duties currently assigned to an employee’s position. A dated copy of the position description shall be given to the employee upon assuming the position and when the position description is amended. The individual position description shall be subject to at least an annual review with the employee. Nothing contained herein shall compromise the right or the responsibility of the Agency to assign work consistent with the classification specification.

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