School Sample Clauses

School. Any public elementary or secondary school including a charter school, universal pre- kindergarten program authorized pursuant to Education Law § 3602-e, an approved provider of preschool special education, any other publicly funded pre-kindergarten program, a school serving children in a special act school district as defined in Education Law § 4001, an approved private school for the education of students with disabilities, a State-supported school subject to the provisions of Article 85 of the Education Law, or a State-operated school subject to the provisions of Articles 87 or 88 of the Education Law.
School. (a) an educational unit of high school grade or under, recognized as part of the educational system in the state and operating under public or non-profit private ownership in a single building or complex of buildings; (b) any public or non-profit private classes of pre-primary grade when they are conducted in the aforementioned schools; or (c) any public or non-profit, private residential child care institution, or distinct part of such institution, which operates principally for the care of children, and, if private, is licensed to provide residential child care services under the appropriate licensing code by the State or a subordinate level of the government, with the exception of residential summer camps which participate in the Summer Food Service Program for Children, Job-corps Centers funded by the Department of Labor, and private xxxxxx homes; the term “Residential Child Care Institution” includes, but is not limited to: homes for the mentally, emotionally, or physically impaired, and unmarried mothers and their infants; group homes; half-way houses; orphanages; temporary shelters for abused children and for runaway children; long term care facilities for chronically ill children; and juvenile detention centers; a long term care facility is a hospital, skilled nursing facility, intermediate care facility, or distinct part thereof, which is intended for the care of children confined for thirty (30) days or more;
School. As a 2020-2021 License4Learning Arts Education Impact Grant recipient, I agree to the following terms and conditions. I understand that failure to comply will result in forfeiture of my grant award and exclusion from future grant opportunities.  I will acknowledge the Foundation for Orange County Public Schools in all announcements. I will obtain and retain photo released forms giving permission for the Foundation to use in its communications for all students photographed.  I will work through my school’s bookkeeping process to obtain my budgeted grant materials by the January 11, 2021 deadline. Sales tax is NOT a reimbursable expense.  I understand that supplies, materials and equipment purchased with grant funds do not become the personal property of the grantee; however, supplies, materials and equipment can travel from school to school with the grantee. Upon resignation or retirement, any remaining supplies, materials and equipment become the property of the OCPS school where last held.  I understand that I MUST spend all my grant funds no later than January 11, 2021.  Your Grant Expense Summary with supporting documents (invoices, completed POs, check copies and/or detailed SAP printout) must be uploaded to your google drive by January 25, 2021. NOTE: order summaries, purchase orders, and packing slips are not valid supporting documents.  I understand that if I have monies remaining after purchasing grant items, I may purchase supplies that benefit this grant project to use up those funds.  I will submit a final evaluation and a picture slideshow presentation and or video to the Foundation for Orange County Public Schools no later than April 26, 2021. I will upload the slideshow in the google drive that was shared with me earlier in the year. If you have questions call the Foundation Office at 000-000-0000 or email Teacher Signature Principal Signature
School. The School willWelcome, value and support our pupils as they make the transition to the world beyond school • Provide an environment, a curriculum, and opportunities which enable pupils to achieve their targets and their potential, with a particular focus on preparation for adult life • Expect and reward high standards of conduct, effort, presentation, and attendanceattributes which will be important in the world beyond school • Care for the well being and safety of pupils by following its policies which include those on Bullying and Child Protection • Be open and welcoming to all parents and carers, encouraging them to be involved in the life of the school, and informing them about school matters and the progress of their children • Involve those agencies which can support pupils and their parents through the period of transition to the world of work, training, and further educationSet and mark appropriate homework in line with the Homework Policy Signature ………….……………Deputy Headteacher Headteacher PARENTS/GUARDIANS I will try my best to • See that my child attend school regularly and on time, wearing approved school uniform and with approved and appropriate PE kit and necessary equipmentProvide a written note explaining any absences from school • Support the school’s policy on conduct and rules in school. This additionally applies to activities beyond school such as Link Courses, Outdoor Education, and Work Experience • Support my child in set homework and other home learning, as well as in tasks such as service in the community (Citizenship and D of E) and Work Experience • Let the school know of any problems or concerns that may effect my child’s work or behaviour • Attend Parent’s Evenings and Annual review Meetings, as well as meetings which will support the transition of my child to the world beyond school Signature ………………………………….
School. Any work location to which a Teacher is assigned; a group of two (2) or more work locations where students are taught under the direction of a single Supervisor (e.g., a cluster); a group of Teachers of a single discipline who function at multiple locations under the direction of a single Supervisor (e.g., individual service provider groups, athletic trainers); and a group of Teachers of varied disciplines who function at multiple locations under the direction of a single Supervisor (e.g., mentor teachers, visiting instruction service teachers).
School. An educational institution, under the authority of a principal, whose mission is to provide educational services to students other than those enrolled in adult education or vocational training; the institution may be located in several rooms or buildings at its disposal. However, for the purposes of the matters negotiated and agreed upon at the local or regional level, the board and the union may agree on a different definition of the term ―school‖.