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The Delaware MET Founding Principal - Delaware Department of ...

The Delaware MET Founding Principal Founding Principal The Delaware MET seeks a catalytic and forward-focused leader to serve as the founding principal a groundbreaking Big Picture Learning high school in Wilmington, Delaware. The leader of the MET will be in a position to create a meaningful learning environment where students are encouraged and enabled to discover and develop their own unique interests and passions, creating their own success through personalized learning and purposeful internships. Background and Opportunity The Delaware MET will be opening its doors to 264 students in grades 9-10 in the fall of 2014 and growing to a 528-student 9-12 configuration by adding one grade per year. The school will employ the BIC Picture Learning (BPL) school design, a model that is defined by its commitment to educating “One Student at a Time.” Every BPL high school is built around the recognition that each student has unique interests, needs, and abilities that can be harnessed to drive a powerful education program for that student and, therefore, must be incorporated into his/her education plan. The key to achievement in this learning environment lies in fostering students’ individual interests and encouraging their active participation in the learning process. The fundamental focus is on authentic learning in order to develop students’ abilities to apply knowledge and skills to real life experiences and challenges. Because the philosophical commitment of a BPL high school is directed toward interestgenerated, real-world, personalized learning, the school structure and model design are significantly different from those of traditional high schools. Among other unique features of this modern school design, students are taught in the ‘real’ world through interest-based internships; each student has a personalized education plan based on those internships; and assessments are individualized and in accordance with both state academic standards and real-world standards. The school leader will be charged with executing the vision of the Delaware MET Board, which is to provide each student with: A highly personalized learning experience defined by a Personalized Learning Plan, daily advising, internship mentoring, and rigorous academics based on student interests; A guiding partnership among students, parents, advisors, mentors, colleagues, and the community that provides a learning context appropriate to student interests; Learning experiences and hands-on projects that guide learning across all content areas and support depth over breadth; Opportunities for students to participate in real-world learning through internships and training related to their interests and goals; A vibrant, flexible learning environment that provides equal access to all students by customizing instruction to address unique student learning styles, abilities, and interests; and, Graduation with a high school diploma, a post-high school plan, and the skills needed for success throughout college and in real-world careers...

Offer Letter Template for Extra Compensation for Teaching ...

Offer Letter Template for Extra Compensation for Teaching Academic Courses Introduction to Template: To implement the 17.17(6) Extra Compensation for Teaching Academic Courses policy, a signed offer letter must be issued for each course a UI employee teaches on “overload” to her/his regular UI duties. Colleges may use their own templates, but the document must include the “Acceptance of Offer” statement below and the “For UI Staff” section for staff members teaching as members of the adjunct faculty. A signed offer letter will be required as an attachment to the Special Comp: Course Instruction & Design workflow form. Teaching for Extra Compensation Offer Letter Template: Dear _____________: On behalf of the Department of _______ in the College of __________, I am pleased to offer you the opportunity to teach the course(s) listed below for the (year, Spring/Fall/Summer) semester. Location: Room, Building, Site You will teach at the rank of ______ and will receive $____ for this teaching assignment. This offer is contingent upon sufficient enrollment. Courses that do not meet the minimum enrollment will be subject to cancellation at any time; however, confirmation will generally take place two weeks prior to the start of classes. The (Year Spring/Fall/Summer) semester begins (day of week, month/date/year) and ends (day of week,month/date/year). Final exam week begins (month/date/year). All classes, including those that meet in the evening, are required to have their final exam during finals week. It is your responsibility to confirm a room for the final exam [Insert departmental/collegiate requirements (e.g., submission of course syllabus, semester deadlines for class lists, final grade submission, departmental support, required office hours)]. Please confirm your acceptance of this offer by signing below and returning a copy of this letter by (day of week, month/date/year). If you have questions, please feel free to contact me. Sincerely, Signature Name/Title (DEO of department in which course is being taught) *Acceptance of Offer: I have read this offer, conferred with my supervisor/DEO, and accept the terms of appointment described herein. Name____________________________ Date: (month/day/year) _______________ *For UI Staff: Please note, that this offer is conditional on the approval by your current supervisor to assure that the teaching responsibilities offered in this letter will take place outside of your regular work hours. If not, you will need to request and be approved for release from your regular work schedule to use vacation or leave without pay while fulfilling the obligations for this course, unless otherwise approved by your supervisor...

Vishwashanti Gurukul Schools Continuing the Great Legacy of Quality Education

Affiliated to CBSE, Vishwashanti Gurukul Schools are fast emerging as the best secondary schools in India. These are the schools that continue the great legacy of Indian traditional education system called ‘Guru-Shishya Tradition.’ It has infrastructure and resources to run full-fledged classes from Nursery to Grade XII.To know more visit:- http://www.mitvgschools.edu.in/pandharpur/ Vishwashanti Gurukul CBSE Residential School,Pandharpur Contact:+91 7507293173 / 9370825335 / 9325987270 admissions.pandharpur@mitvgschools.edu.in

Model 78164 Caterpillar Engine Stand Adapter Instructions

PROFESSIONAL LIFTING EQUIPMENT IMPORTANT: READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING BEFORE USING THIS DEVICE, READ THIS MANUAL COMPLETELY AND THOROUGHLY, UNDERSTAND ITS OPERATING PROCEDURES, SAFETY WARNINGS AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD CAUSE ACCIDENTS RESULTING IN SERIOUS OR FATAL PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. The use of portable automotive lifting and support devices is subject to certain hazards that cannot be prevented by mechanical means, but only by the exercise of intelligence, care, and common sense. It is therefore essential to have owners and personnel involved in the use and operation of equipment who are careful, competent, trained, and qualified in the safe operation of the equipment and its proper use. Examples of hazards are dropping, tipping, or slipping of engines or their components caused primarily by improperly securing loads, overloading, off-centered loads, use on other than hard level surfaces, and using equipment for a purpose for which it was not designed. It is the responsibility of the owner to make sure all personnel read this manual prior to using this device. It is also the responsibility of the device owner to keep this manual intact and in a convenient location for all to see and read. If the manual is lost or not legible, contact Norco Industries, Inc. for a free replacement. If the operator is not fluent in English, the product and safety instructions shall be read to and discussed with the operator in the operator’s native language by the purchaser/ owner or his designee, making sure that the operator comprehends its contents. This product is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. For details see the back cover of Norco’s product catalog. Always make sure engine stand adapter plates and engine setup are secure and stable before removing engine lifting device. This means all bolts and screws must be grade 8, the proper length, and fully tightened. 1. On a horizontal plane, determine where the engine’s center of balance is located. It is usually located approximately 2” above the centerline of the crankshaft. 2. Remove the side plates from the universal adapter plate and attach them loosely to the engine mounting adapter. The engine mounting adapter should already be attached to the engine. 3. Position the engine with the engine stand so the engine’s center of balance is approximately in-line with the engine stand’s drive shaft. Next, align the holes in the universal side plates with the closest tapped holes in the universal adapter plate. Tighten all bolts that secure the side plates to the engine mounting adapter and the universal mounting plate adapter on the engine stand...

1,000 lb. Engine Stand M603P $19.99 M196 $49.95 $99.95

SEE OUR TRADE SHOW DEALS EARLY AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THEM AT ANY TIME DURING THIS MONTH!!!!! Sale ends 4/30/12 Wilmar 3/8” X 50’ Air Hose HD Ratcheting Jack Stands Our Performance Tool air hoses are lightweight and flexible, perfect for maneuvering around the shop. These feature 1/4” male NPT fittings and 300 psi working pressure, with an oil-resistant outer layer. Kink, abrasion, & weather-resistant. Only while current supply lasts!!! 11 pc. Disc Brake Caliper Service Tool Kit w/FREE 8 pc. Professional Brake Tool Set Buy the AST7860 and get the AST7848 no charge!!! Full caliper service kit, plus 5 brake spring tools and 3 adjustment spoons in molded cases. See it in our April tool catalog. Your choice of 3 or 6 ton jack stands for secure, safe handling of cars during installation. 3 ton stands for 12” to 17-1/4”, and 6 ton stands handle 15-1/2” to 23-1/2” Multi Purpose Lift Jack Versatile unit will lift cycle, lawn tractor, ATV, golf cart, jet ski, and more. 1,500 lb. capacity will handle most jobs. 4-3/4 to 16-1/2” range, wide slip resistant surface, HD steel casters, leveling bolts and 3 position locking levers, includes 4 free ratcheting tie-downs 1,000 lb. Engine Stand 1/4” torque adjusting lock/ Wrench Patented 4 wheel design with HD swivel casters that allow you to maneuver easily. Head assembly rotates 360º & locks in 6 positions. Securely holds most foreign & domestic blocks. Fully adj. mounting head, rugged heavy gauge tubular steel construction. unlock collar. High grade spring steel torque mechanism. Has wide range of 25 to 250 in/lbs or 3.61 to 29.03 N/M. Comes with HD case & instructions. 40” Ratcheting Breaker Bar 4 Pc. Super Jumbo Set 3/4” drive with plenty of length to give you all the leverage you need to break those nuts & bolts loose. HD Chrome Vanadium steel handle w/ratcheting head w/corrosion resistant black oxide finish, will handle 1,000 ft/lbs. of torque...

Honors College Algebra and Trigonometry Summer Assignments ...

Honors College Algebra and Trigonometry Summer Prep Work Summer prep work represents “prerequisite knowledge” that should be mastered in prior curriculum and will not be retaught. This packet involves foundation skills necessary for success in this course. Several topics from Algebra II have been highlighted for summer work. These topics involve essential skills students often need to brush up on before starting Precalculus. For each student’s benefit, the following assignments are required and will be collected on the first day of school. These assignments will be taken as a grade. You can anticipate that on the first day of school, a test will be administered over this material to determine student readiness for this course. The version of this assignment posted on the LTHS Summer Assignment Home Page will include a scanned “prerequisite” chapter from the textbook we will be using for the course. Students may find the text and samples beneficial in helping answer these questions. You may also consider going online for tutoring on topics. One good resource is the website www.kahnacademy.org. There are tutorial videos you can watch and practice sessions for many math topics and more. You can find sessions by typing your topic name into the search bar. Forgetting does not mean that you are off the hook! Please look up what you need refreshing on. Required Practice Evaluating numerical expressions Use your calculator when appropriate and be sure you know how to get exact answers when you use it. EXACT ANSWERS: reduced integers or improper fractions (no decimal approximations) Evaluate the following expressions...

Algebra II/Trig. Honors - Canyon Crest Academy

Canyon Crest Academy: Algebra II Trigonometry Honors Level of Difficulty This course is designed to provide for a solid foundation to promote success in higher mathematics courses. In alignment with California State Standards, we will cover linear, quadratic, exponential, rational, irrational, and trigonometric and circular functions, conic sections, sequences and series, probability, trigonometric functions and identities, and applications of trigonometry in solving triangle problems. This class does not give a weighted grade. Homework Load: Students will have between 20 and 30 math problems per night. Timing will vary depending on the student but will generally be between 90 to 120 minutes per night. Students are expected to review previous topics on a nightly basis so they are prepared for weekly quizzes and tests. Level of Difficulty: The difficulty level of this course will vary by student. Some students may find this course moderately difficult and other students will find this course very difficult. This class is essentially two classes rolled into one (Algebra II and Trigonometry) & therefore moves at a very quick pace. Students entering from college prep (non-honors) Geometry should consult with their Geometry teacher for recommendation. Students should have solid master of the following topics prior to taking Honors Algebra 2 with trigonometry: 1. Factoring 2. Solving linear & quadratic equations & inequalities 3. Simplifying & performing operations on rational expressions 4. Graphing linear & quadratic functions 5. Setting up and solving linear functions based on word problems 6. Using exponent rules to simplify expressions. 7. Writing equations of lines...

Bill Colston Jr. - Texas Telephone Association

Dear Texas High School Counselor: Subject: 2013 TTA Foundation Scholarship Application and Guidelines The Texas Telephone Association Foundation (TTAF), a non‐profit, philanthropic organization founded to help further the understanding of telephony and advance telecommunications as a career choice, will award six, four‐year scholarships, in the amount of $1,500 per year to students entering college for the 2013‐2014 school year. Through March 18, 2013, the TTAF Scholarship Committee will accept applications for scholarships to be granted beginning Fall 2013. Each high school counselor may submit a maximum of two qualified applications. That is two applications per counselor—not per school. The Scholarship Committee will make its selections from those applications which meet the following criteria and include the required materials: U.S. Citizen; student graduating from a Texas high school no later than June 2013; student achieving a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher (out of a possible 4.0); student planning to attend a Texas college or university by the Fall of 2013; a completed application postmarked no later than March 18, 2013, including a current transcript letter of acceptance from a Texas college or university where student has been accepted. copy of student’s SAR (Student Aid Report). Please note‐‐special consideration will be given to students who will be pursuing a college degree in fields ofy which are of particular interest to telecommunications (such as math, business, technology, engineering, and computer science, etc.). The courses of study in high school, extra‐curricular/civic activities nd demonstrated leadership will also be considered. In addition, special consideration will be given to students who have established financial need. By late March, the TTA Foundation Scholarship Committee will select six (6) finalists to receive four‐year scholarships in the amount of $1500 per year. Scholarship recipients will be notified in April...

Scholarship Guide 2013 - 2014 - Adams State University

Scholarship Guide 2014 - 2015 Deadline: Received on or before March 1, 2014 For more scholarships, visit us online at scholarships.adams.edu At this time, Adams State University participates in the New Mexico/Colorado Reciprocal Tuition Program. Program Stipulations: The student must be eligible for in-state tuition with the state of New Mexico. Eligibility Requirements: 1) Students must initially enroll as a full-time student and continue enrollment as such. 2) Renewal is contingent upon maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 2.0. For transfer students, the grade point averages are based upon coursework from previous institutions as well as Adams State University. 3) The number of tuition waivers are limited and granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Those who meet the eligibility requirements, but do not receive a waiver because of unavailability, will be put on a waiting list. 4) Students are required to inform Adams State University of their desire to participate in the program prior to registration for each academic period. 5) Students are required to provide complete and accurate information needed to document their eligibility for the program. 6) Students must inform officials at Adams State University of any change of address or other changes that might affect their eligibility for participation in the upcoming term. Call our Admissions Office at 1-800-824-6494 ext. 7712 for more information on this program. How to use this guide Section I: Adams State University Foundation & Other Private Scholarships Scholarships available to Adams State University students funded by private sources for both resident and nonresident students. Section II: McDaniel Scholarships–See Reverse of Application for Listing. Scholarships available to Adams State University students funded by private sources for both resident and nonresident students. This publication has been produced by the Adams State University Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships to help you in your efforts to fund your education. otherwise stated. Again, individual donors may alter thisdefinition. GPA is Grade Point Average, which is presentlybased on a 4.0 scale at Adams State University...

Jimmy Rane 2013 Scholarship Application - Akron Public Schools

JIMMY RANE FOUNDATION 2013 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION ANNOUNCEMENT The Jimmy Rane Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of the 2013 Jimmy Rane Foundation scholarship. Name of scholarship: Jimmy Rane Foundation Scholarship Eligibility criteria: The eligibility criteria to be considered for a Jimmy Rane Foundation Scholarship are as follows: 1. must be enrolled full-time as a high school senior, progressing normally toward graduation in the Spring/Summer 2013, with plans to enter college no later than the fall following graduation OR enrolled full-time as a college freshman or sophomore no older than 20 years of age; 2. a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 for graduating high school seniors; 3. a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 for college applicants; 4. U.S. citizenship or permanent resident; 5. all applicants must reside (permanent home address) in one of the following states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, North Carolina, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Delaware and New Jersey; 6. employees of Great Southern Wood Preserving, Inc., its parent, affiliates, subsidiaries, and their immediate family members and/or those living in the same household of each are not eligible. Value of Award: The amount of the Jimmy Rane Foundation Scholarship varies depending on the need of the student. The award amount ranges from $500 to $5,000 per year. The award may be renewed annually for a maximum of four academic years (or eight semesters) as long as all requirements are fulfilled. Use of Award: The Jimmy Rane Foundation Scholarship may be used for tuition and fees, books, supplies and equipment, room and board, travel or research that are incidental to the purposes of this scholarship. How to Apply: The online application will become available on December 1, 2012. The online scholarship application is available at www.jimmyranefoundation.org. Paper applications are not available...

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