Provides a certificate from a licensed physician stating the nature and duration of the disability and the necessity of absence from regular employment.
Provides a cohort-based experience for secondary school students to acquire technical skills and proficiencies through enrollment in a career and technical education program in their junior and senior years and earn concurrent credits toward a high school diploma and a postsecondary education degree through dual enrollment in integrated secondary and postsecondary education courses over a 3-year period that:
Provides medical advice regarding remedial education and the restriction of technician patient functions if required.
Provides a certificate from a licensed physician stating the nature and duration of the disability and the necessity of absence from employment, and agrees to file criminal prosecution charges against the person(s) involved. Exceptions to this might include an attack by a student as a manifestation of a disability, if the Member and administration agree that filing criminal charges would not be sound. Falsification of the aforesaid-signed statements will be grounds for suspension or termination of employment under Ohio Revised Code 3319.16.