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District Medical Policy
The following guidelines will be used for providing modified P.E.:
not have a note from a parent/guardian or doctor. P.E. instructor shall provide
appropriate alternative activities which would not aggravate the physical
condition of the student. Student will be allowed one single period absence per
symptom or injury; consecutive single-period absences must be verified on the
basis of a note from the parent/guardian or doctor.
the P.E. instructor with a note from the parent/guardian or doctor asking for a
temporary excuse from full participation for up to five consecutive days. P.E.
instructor shall provide appropriate alternative activities which are consistent
with the physical needs of the student.
Absence: Student presents the P.E. instructor with a written request from
his/her doctor excusing the student for more than five consecutive days. The school nurse
will assist the P.E. instructor in planning a modified P.E. program that will comply with the
student’s medical condition, if necessary.
When a student is to be exempt from any number of P E credits, the counselor will be
responsible for ensuring that the number of P.E. credits required for graduation will be reduced accordingly.
illness or injury, for a maximum of five credits per semester.
circumstances of the temporary P.E. exemption and the number of credits
exempted will be signed by the parent/ guardian and counselor.
in the student’s permanent file.
Regulation approved: January 17, 1995 Danville, California