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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000738.txt from 2001/05

From: "Mark Charette" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] School Board
Date: Sun, 27 May 2001 11:59:06 -0400

From: <>
Subject: Re: [kl] School Board

> At 09:12 AM 05/27/2001 -0400, you wrote:
> >Yes you misinterpreted again. Extracurricular *DOES NOT* mean eliminate
> >for crying out loud. You are equating two things that are not the
> >same. The juxtaposition of the two quotes indicates that you do equate
> >the terms.
> Extracurricular, as we use it in teaching, refers to classes that are
> scheduled into the school day, receive credit towards a degree or diploma,
> and hires full time, tenure faculty line to teach the designated
> course. If drama is offered during the school day, receives credit
> a high school diploma or GED, then it is considered curriculum within the
> school day. If it is outside the school day, it is considered

That's not how we parents define it - as a parent (something I have 20 years
experience with) extra curricular activities at school (in Bremerton, WA,
Clinton Twp, Michigan, and Northville, Michigan) were those supervised by
the school, outside normal hours, that do _not_ receive credit. Jazz band at
Northville High, for instance, meets after regular school hours, receives
1/2 credit, but it is not referred to by the parents as an extra-curricular
activity. Tennis and track meet after school hours and receive no credit.
The parents refer to those as extracurricular activities.

Perhaps another reason why parents and teachers don't understand each other.

Mark C.

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