Participate. I understand and accept the importance of practice and game attendance. I will make every reasonable effort to have my player attend all scheduled practices, games and team events and to notify the head coach in advance if my player cannot attend a practice or game. Illness, family emergencies and family vacations are considered excused absences. I understand that player absence impacts each team member as well as team performance. I will abide by the following attendance policy: Excused absence:
Participate. Class attendance and active participation are critical to your success as a college student. Each instructor’s attendance policy should be outlined in the course syllabus. It is important to engaged in classroom discussions, ask questions and attend each class every day it meets. Hit the Books. As a general rule, you will need to spend two hours of study time for each hour you are in class. College classes are more academically challenging than a high school class. College students are expected to: Use eﬀective study skills Take eﬀective notes and study them regularly Create study guides Utilize comprehensive research skills and properly site sources Be organized and prepared for class Academic Honesty and Integrity. Students are expected to be the sole author of their work and to acknowledge the authorship of others’ work through proper citation and reference. Use of another person’s ideas constitutes plagiarism and academic dishonesty and is prohibited conduct. The consequence of academic dishonesty is determined by the instructor and may include, but is not limited to: non-acceptance of submitted course work, failing grade on assignment, lower or failing grade in a course. The Academic Honesty and Integrity Policy, as well as all other M State policies, can be found at xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/ policies/. Meet the Requirements. You are responsible for meeting satisfactory program requirements every semester. This means maintaining the GPA and percentage completion requirements outlined in the student handbook at xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/xxxxxxxx. Failure to meet these requirements will disqualify you from the concurrent enrollment program. Ask for Help. If you are experiencing problems, talk with your teacher and high school counselor right away, or call M State at 0.000.000.0000 and ask to schedule an appointment with a staff member about your concerns. Comply with College Policies. You are responsible for understanding and complying with college policies outlined in the handbook (i.e., drop/add/ withdrawal, academic progress, etc.) If you register for a class and decide to drop it, contact your high school counselor immediately. Concurrent students must follow the deadline for the last day to withdraw deadlines, just like all other college students. The M State Academic Calendar can be found at xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/xxxx/xxxxxx.
Participate. There are two options for participating in the program: to utilize the process as a way to gain foundational knowledge in food systems, or to become a trainer for the curriculum. The Local Food Leader Certification is intended for beginning local food practitioners, although it is open for anyone who is interested in food systems development and collaboration. This training is an opportunity for professional development for anyone involved in their food system. What support is provided? Support is provided through a 1-day in person workshop as well as four online intensive modules. The Local Food Leader Certification teaches several foundational competencies critical to a successful food systems development. This training is divided into two parts, the first is an in-person, day-long workshop including: equity in food systems, working in food systems, facilitation and coordination, evaluation and professional development. The second portion of the training is conducted through online modules. The online modules offer intensive curriculum including: community food systems overview, methods of engagement and leadership, creating teams and tools for success, and evaluation. Activities and homework will be provided to ensure full understanding of concepts and skills. What deliverables do the participants receive? Each participant will receive a binder of information during the in-person workshop, along with presentations, activities, and dialogue. Participants will also receive access to four online modules with additional activities homework and observation requirements. Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate of completion in Local Food Leader from Iowa State University. By becoming certified, participants will be able to participate in a Local Food Leader Train-the-Trainer.
Participate. I understand and accept the importance of practice and game attendance. I will make every reasonable effort to have my player attend all scheduled practices, games and team events and to notify the head coach in advance if my player cannot attend a practice or game. Illness, family emergencies and family vacations are considered excused absences. Learn I agree to encourage my player participate fully in practices, games and homework assignments. I will encourage my player to put forth their best effort at all times so that they may learn the skills necessary to be successful in the sport of lacrosse. My signature verifies that I have read, understand and agree to abide by the HLC Code of Conduct. I have also read and discussed with my child participant the player's Code of Conduct and will do my best to positively encourage my child to abide by its contents.
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Participate. Class attendance and active participation are critical to your success as a college student. Each instructor’s attendance policy should be outlined in the course syllabus. It is important to engaged in classroom discussions and attend each class every day it meets. Hit the Books. As a general rule, you will need to spend two hours of study time for each hour you are in class. College classes are more academically challenging, and your college GPA will affect your high school GPA and your future college career.
Participate. 5 1. In addition to the other 6 requirements of this section, continued medical plan participation or benefit of 7 County contributions is conditioned on the retiree's continuous participation in a 8 County sponsored medical and/or dental insurance plan from the time of 9 retirement, and upon the retiree's timely payment of the applicable retiree portion 10 (i.e., fifty percent (50%) or one hundred percent (100%) as applicable) of the 11 monthly premium. Except as described below in subsection 2. Failure to 12 continuously participate or make timely and sufficient payment of the applicable 13 retiree portion of the monthly premium shall terminate the retiree's rights under this 14 section.