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School Days is a free simulation game developed by MDickie. This school-themed mobile application is widely popular and allows players to experience high school life. Your role in this game is that of a student in a bustling high school with the ultimate objective of graduating.

School Days require you to attend classes, engage in extracurricular activities, and interact with fellow students as part of your gameplay. Immerse yourself in this game's authentic school life experience and fully absorb the gameplay. This game offers a unique opportunity to reminisce about your school days or simulate what it's like to be a student.

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School Days replicate every detail of high school life, from attending classes to people you meet. It follows a high school timetable and includes homework, so time management is crucial. This game also offers practical lessons in various subjects, such as art, music, and literature. Successfully completing practicals can affect your final grade. This game offers a highly immersive experience of high school life.

In this game, there are numerous NPCs available for interaction, and you have the freedom to explore the city and discover novel locations to explore. This interactive feature enables you to form new friendships and social connections. The choices you make in these activities will shape your school life. You can excel as a diligent student and graduate with honors or opt for a rebellious path and face the consequences of expulsion.

School Days is an exciting and engaging simulation game that allows players to relive or simulate high school life. With the freedom to attend classes, participate in extracurricular activities, and interact with fellow students, the game offers an immersive experience. Although lacking a full tutorial initially, an operational guide can help players navigate the game better. This game is an excellent choice for anyone seeking a fun and nostalgic gaming experience.

Families, staff, and community members are encouraged to utilize the school year calendar to be aware of important dates for DCPS. You can find scheduled days off for students and teachers, District holidays, and religious and culture dates throughout the year.

Printed versions of the SY22-23 calendar are available at schools, but you can download them at the links below. The poster version is a large-scale, detailed calendar, and the at-a-glance version is designed to be printed at home.

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This incredible event provides a discount for home-schooled families to learn about space exploration and engage in an unforgettable day of inspiring STEM activities. Every Home School Day this year begins at 9 a.m., which means Home School Day guests get an extra hour to explore before the center opens to the public.

Seattle Public Schools and Seattle Education Association worked together to explore using technology so students can continue to learn from home during inclement weather/snow days. Read more about the remote learning plan for snow days.

The school calendar is developed collaboratively with SEA and the dates are agreed upon in the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). The formula to schedule key dates in the CBA states that the first day of school will be the first Wednesday of September.

During the 2019 bargaining period, multiple joint workgroups between SPS and SEA were established, with one specifically organized to address inclusive considerations related to religious and cultural observations and practices. This workgroup developed supplemental materials and guidance to go along with the traditional school year calendar.

While not all religious/cultural events can be accommodated for, this guidance was created to serve as a reference for schools, families, and communities to be aware of potential schedule conflicts and excused absences and/or to make appropriate accommodations and supports for students and families on days of religious/cultural observances.

The MODIFIED Year-Round or "balanced" calendar reduces the long summer break and simply allocates those days throughout the school year, producing more frequent breaks and limiting long periods of in-session days, as well as longer times away from instruction during the summer.

A Clubhouse Membership is NOT required. Our program is designed to provide school age youth with a fun and exciting place to go on non-school days. The program is located at the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis.

HIGH active children achieved significantly more MPA and VPA than LOW active during four of the five segments of the school day when analyses were adjusted for potential correlates. Physical activity promotion strategies targeting low active children during discretionary physical activity segments of the day, and particularly via structured afterschool physical activity programs may be beneficial.

Ridgers et al. investigated correlates most strongly related to moderate-to-vigorous physical activity during school, after-school, on week days and at weekends [11]. The prediction models used in analyses included anthropometric, demographic, fitness, behavioural, and local environment child-level correlates [11]. The current study builds on this research by incorporating a range of child-level correlates with school-level variables which were hypothesised to influence physical activity during discrete segments of the school day.

Physical activity. As the children had no prior experience of wearing accelerometers they received a brief familiarization session where they were shown how to attach and remove the adjustable elastic ActiGraph belt and the correct positioning of the instrument over the right hip. Instructions were given regarding ActiGraph removal (only during water-based activities, contact sports where risk of injury or monitor damage was high, and sleeping), and replacement (on waking in the morning, after any other occurrences of removal). The children were encouraged to ignore the instrument whilst wearing it and go about their normal activities during the monitoring period. The ActiGraphs were set to record data for 7 consecutive days (Friday through Friday), though for the purposes of this study only week day data were used.

During the 30 minute segment before school the HIGH group achieved more MPA than the LOW group, which concurs with previous findings [30]. Although other studies [7, 13, 31, 32] have also assessed MVPA in the before-school period differences in segment durations and accelerometer count cut-points negate meaningful comparisons. Associations between higher physical activity levels before school and active commuting have previously been reported [33], though the HIGH group may also have engaged in more playground activity once they arrived at school. It has been observed that children are more active during the morning walk to school compared to the period in the playground before school begins [31], but once in the playground the most active children may be more predisposed to engage in MPA and VPA than less active peers.

Temperature was inversely associated with recess MPA and VPA, which is consistent with previously reported findings from studies conducted in north-west England [11]. In this region during autumn and winter low temperatures tend to be accompanied by dryer weather, while milder temperatures are associated with wetter weather. During cold weather children are outside during recess, and it is plausible that they may indirectly engage in playground activity to produce body heat. Conversely, a large study of pedometer determined physical activity in New Zealand found that reduction in mean temperature had a small, but negative impact on activity levels [34]. These authors concluded that the influence of weather on youth physical activity is not consistent for all populations, but strategies for physical activity engagement are recommended on cold and/or rainy days. As north-west England is often cold and wet in winter, such strategies would be particularly relevant to youth in this location. During the study, on average it rained for 2.3 days of the 5 day school week. A recent UK investigation showed that whole day as well as lunchtime physical activity levels were lower on rainy days compared to dry ones [35]. The authors suggested that school policies in relation to wet recess periods may influence activity levels, because on the wettest days children allowed outside at lunchtime spent significantly less time in MVPA than those who stayed indoors but were allowed to be active [35]. On rainy days the children in our study were not allowed outside at recess, with the alternative being quiet classroom reading and socialising. Recess physical activity was calculated based on the scheduled recess timings in each school, regardless of whether the children were indoors or outside, thus it is possible that reduced time outdoors due to rain contributed to the relatively low levels of recess physical activity observed. Where children are confined indoors during wet recess periods, provision should be made for these periods to enable at least light and preferably moderate intensity activities, rather than an emphasis on sedentary ones.

During the lunchtime segment there were modest, yet significant group differences in MPA and VPA. Mean lunchtime duration was 61.6 minutes but because of the different organizational routines used in the schools the amount of time the children had for outdoor play during the lunch period varied. The significant group differences in MPA and VPA observed during lunchtime but not during recess suggests that the longer duration of lunchtime compared to recess allowed differences in activity levels between HIGH and LOW groups to emerge [37]. This may have been particularly true as children had more choice as to what types of behaviours to engage in during lunchtime. For example, LOW group children could have spent longer obtaining and eating lunch and socialising with friends compared to HIGH group peers, who may have consumed lunch more quickly to maximise outdoor play time. Two earlier studies of segmented day physical activity reported how pedometer steps accrued during lunchtime contributed 15.4% [6] and 12.6% of total daily steps [5]. Absolute lunchtime activity levels in our study contributed a comparable 13.7% (HIGH) and 12.9% (LOW) to daily MPA, and 15.5% (HIGH) and 13.6% (LOW) to daily VPA suggesting that this segment made a meaningful contribution to daily physical activity levels in both groups.


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