Physical Education Sample Clauses

Physical Education. A. Physical Education committee to study elementary physical education programs, the development and utilization of instructional staff, materials and equipment used in the program, with the object of recommending to the CEO and the Board better ways to deliver services to students. The Physical Education committee shall be made up of three (3) certified Physical Education members designated by the Union and three (3) members by the Board. The committee shall begin on October 1, 1998 November 1, 2017 and end on July 1, 1999 July 1, 2018. Dates may be extended by mutual agreement. The committee shall reconvene every other year.
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Physical Education. An employee shall advance from Trades Helper A2 to Trades Helper A3 after one (1) year of satisfactory service in the job classification of Trades Helper A2. However, the College in its discretion may advance a Trades Helper A2 to Trades Helper A3 at any time after six (6) months, but less than one (1) year of such service, provided that this matter shall not be subject to the grievance procedure or arbitration.
Physical Education. Note: Any additional credits or credentials must be on file at the Board Office by May 15th.
Physical Education. High School 35 student’s maximum per class 170 students (maximum student load) Middle School 33 student’s maximum per class 160 students (maximum student load) For High School PE only, a teacher may choose to take up to 42 students in a class, with no overload pay. This is to accommodate teacher requests. For example, a teacher with a Sports Development class may wish to include more than 35 students in order to have an entire team in one class. PE teachers will not be assigned a student over the cap without compensation unless the teacher has first made that request When a PE teacher exceeds the class sizes set forth above, they will be paid overload on the same basis as classroom teachers. PE teachers will also be paid overload pay if any individual class is over the maximum class size set forth above.
Physical Education. The develop- ment of:
Physical Education. Physical Education facilities (including the tennis courts, gymnasia, skating rink and swimming pool) may be used by members of staff and their immediate families. Inquiries concerning time schedules and fees should be directed to the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation Studies, Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Centre Equipment Desk, 145 Xxxxxxx Building, 474-8734.
Physical Education. Learning in the Physical Education area assists students to develop the knowledge and skills that promote participation in physical activity, fitness and effective relationships. Students will develop an understanding of the basic concepts of movement and will be involved as participants in play, games, dance, aquatics, sport, outdoor activities, leisure and recreation. Many will react and respond appropriately to physical activities that have rules and participate in modified sports, which demand more refined movement patterns and participant interaction. They will develop their bike riding skills and will be exposed to a range of play situations, equipment and playing areas that are modified according to ability, while learning to co- operate and participate with others. They will participate in activities that promote cardio- vascular endurance, flexibility and strength. Students will take an active part in environments that support health and participation in physical activity.
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Physical Education. Average class load per teacher – 40 students per class. Maximum for any one class – 45 students.
Physical Education. A note must be given to the PE teacher when a student cannot participate in physical activities. A doctor’s excuse or a parent’s request is acceptable with Administrative approval. As a safety precaution, all students are required to wear tennis shoes to PE. All PE attire must be appropriate. Concussion Policy An athlete who reports or displays any symptoms or signs of a concussion in a practice or game setting should be removed immediately from the practice or game. The athlete should not be allowed to return to the practice or game for the remainder of the day regardless of whether the athlete appears or states that he/she is normal. The athlete should be evaluated by a licensed, qualified medical professional working within their scope of practice as soon as can be practically arranged. If an athlete has sustained a concussion, the athlete should be referred to a licensed physician preferably one with experience in managing sports concussion injuries. The athlete who has been diagnosed with a concussion should be returned to play only after full recovery and clearance by a physician. Recovery from as concussion, regardless of loss on consciousness, usually takes 7-14 days after resolution of all symptoms. Return to play after a concussion should be gradual and follow a progressive return to competition. An athlete should not return to a competitive game before demonstrating that he/she has no symptoms in a fully supervised practice. Athletes should not continue to practice or return to play while still having symptoms of a concussion. Sustaining an impact to the head while recovering from a concussion may cause Second Impact Syndrome, a catastrophic neurological brain injury. Remember, it is better to miss one game than to miss the whole season. A release by a medical doctor is required before a student may return to play under this policy. Canton Academy will be “held harmless: should an injury occur to the student resulting from participation in an athletic contest or practice. Athletic Insurance Canton Academy does not provide insurance to cover injuries incurred by our athletic participants. Parents are responsible to have insurance to cover their student’s injuries incurred during events. Canton Academy will be “held harmless” should an injury occur to the student resulting from participation in an athletic contest or practice. Athletic Events Students are admitted free to all home games except tournament and playoff games. Adult activity passes ma...
Physical Education. Maximum Load Per Day from First Day of Semester (Departmental Average) 175 Physical Education (Individual Teachers) 180 Music (Departmental Average) 184 Subject Area Maximum Load Per Period from First Day of Semester English 1-2, 1-2H 29 Reading 180 Classes 24 English Review 1-2, 3-4 29 Intro to Algebra, Algebra Lab, Topics in Algebra/ Geometry 30 ESL Literacy *ESL Pre-Emergent, Emergent Basic Classes 10 16 20 ELL & Bilingual Content Classes *ESL Intermediate 1-2, & 3-4 25 24 Academic ESL Reading 24 MIMR 16 LSL (mainstreamed students only) 15 Basic English, Basic Math, Basic Reading, (LD/ ED) 19 Other Basic Skills (LD/ ED) 19 Life Skills (LD/ ED) 22 ED Self-contained, TMH 10 Without Aide 10 With Aide 12 Without Aide 12 With Aide Laboratory/ Shop Classes (except Business & Computer Applications 1-6) Business & Computer Applications 1-6 *Xxx xxxx Stations Plus One Student Stations Science (All) ***Xxx xxxx Stations Plus One Health 34 Student Gov’t (if credit offered) 34 All other classes 34 Alternative Classes 25 AVID 28 Co-taught inclusion classrooms will have class limits the same as the ab ove content areas. Every effort will be made to maintain the academic integrity of all classrooms. *Total per day not to exceed 175 ** Total per day not to exceed 167 *** Not to exceed 32 per period No Shows will be removed after the 10th day of the semester (Per ADE regulations). The goal is for leveling to take place by the end of the second week of the semester For composite class loads, see Proc. 6-4, paragraph P. Junior Reserve Officer Training Program (JROTC) Per agreement between the U.S. Arm y and the Phoenix Union High School District, each campus program will be staffed with a minimum of one Officer and one Non -commissioned Officer, based on enrollment up to 150 cadets. When enrollment exceeds 150 for two consecutive years a third instructor shall be authorized. Beyond 150 cadets the instructor authorization increases one per 100 additional cadets.
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