Secondary School Sample Clauses

Secondary School. 1. Minimum student instructional time of 990 hours (as specified by the Board of Education Regulations).
Secondary School. An established relationship exists between a student FAFSA applicant and a Secondary School where the student FAFSA applicant is enrolled in the secondary school itself or the secondary school otherwise is providing services to the FAFSA applicant. This Agreement to allow the release of personally identifiable student information is written under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99), a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. For those students with whom the LEA / Secondary School has an established relationship, the Commission may release the following FAFSA Filing Status Information from the ISIR and/or the DREAM Act Filing Status Information from the Cal ISIR: o Student’s first name; o Student’s last name; o Student’s date of birth; o Student’s ZIP Code; o FAFSA submitted date (the date the FAFSA was submitted to the Department); o FAFSA processed date (the date the Department processed the FAFSA);
Secondary School. A day or residential school that provides secondary education as determined under State law. In the absence of State law, the Secretary may determine, with respect to that State, whether the term secondary school applies. The parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly authorized representatives as of the date of the signature below. Participating Entity Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education By: By: (Signature) (Signature) Name: Name: (Print) (Print) Title: Title: Date: Date: ADDENDUM OF MANDATORY CONTRACT PROVISIONS FOR ARIZONA STATE AGENCIES Notwithstanding any provision of the Data Sharing Agreement (“the Agreement”) to the contrary, Name of High School or District (“the Participating Entity”) agrees to abide the following terms and provisions that are required for contracts with the ARIZONA COMMISSION FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION (“the Commission”), an agency of the State of Arizona:
Secondary School. 1) A school that provides secondary education, as determined by --
Secondary School. Art 30English 30Speech & Dramatics 30Social Studies 30Science 32Math 32Foreign Languages 30Music: Vocal/Instrumental No Limit Keyboarding/Computers 32Physical Education 40Special Education 15
Secondary School. A ‘‘secondaryschool’’ is a non-profit institutional day or residential school that provides secondary education, as determined under state law. A secondary school does not offer education beyond grade 12.
Secondary School. Time limit 6 Minutes ) PREPARED MIME [NO COSTUMES]
Secondary School. The term ‘‘secondary school’’ has the meaning given the term in section 7801 of title 20.
Secondary School. (213) A teacher in a secondary school shall be assigned five (5) teaching periods, a preparation period, and a homeroom or another equal responsibility in a six period day. Buildings having a seven period day shall assign five teaching periods, one preparation period, and one professional responsibility period, all of equal length. Teachers will be assigned to a tutorial unless there is a mutual agreement to an alternative assignment which might include resource centers, tutoring centers, assistance for support courses, instructional technology support, or short term department curriculum work. Other assignments may be added that are mutually agreed upon by the Administration and the Association. Examples of duties that do not qualify as professional responsibilities as described above are lunchroom duty and hall duty. A special responsibility period may be substituted for a teaching period. The building administrator shall consider the unique nature of each teaching assignment when assigning the proportion of instructional time to the special responsibility time. The Association agrees to explore and discuss alternate schedules at the secondary level.