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1 OFFICE OF BUSINESS AND SUPPORT SERVICES Summary of State Board of Education Agenda Items January 17-18, 2008 OFFICE OF HEALTHY SCHOOLS 05. Approval to establish Comprehensive Health Education and Physical Education Rules and Regulations (Has cleared the Administrative Procedures Act process with no public comments) In the 2007 legislative session, the Mississippi Legislature passed the Mississippi Healthy Students Act to support the undeniable relationship between the health of students and academic achievement by providing increased amounts of physical activity and health education instruction for K-12 students. The Act mandates 45 minutes per week of health education instruction and 150 minutes per week of activity based instruction in Grades K-8. In grades 9-12, there is a ½ Carnegie Unit requirement for graduation in health education and ½ Carnegie Unit requirement for graduation in physical education. In accordance with the Mississippi Healthy Students Act and to assist school districts with implementation of this Act, the Office of Healthy Schools through a group of Stakeholders developed Physical Education/ Comprehensive Health Education Rules and Regulations. Also, regional meetings have been conducted to allow for local school district input. Purpose: To support the implementation of quality physical education and comprehensive health education programs. To assist school districts with compliance of the Mississippi Healthy Students Act by providing multiple strategies, methods of implementation and best practices. To eliminate potential obstacles for implementation. To eliminate immediate financial burdens on school districts. All Mississippi standards are based on National Standards for Health Education and Physical Education developed by the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. These regulations are developed to support extracurricular activities sanctioned by the Mississippi High School Activities Association and do not intend to provide an all-inclusive list. This is necessary to avoid repetitive approval by the State Board of Education based on the additions of new programs. Feedback from regional meetings has indicated implementation in grades K-6 and 9-12 poses no major obstacles. Implementation in middle school appears to be the biggest concern for school districts. These regulations consider these obstacles and therefore do not require fitness testing during these grades, allow for extracurricular activities sanctioned by the Mississippi High School Activities Association to count toward credit in physical education, allow for instruction to be integrated into the regular classroom setting and allow certified physical education teacher or regular classroom teacher to provide instruction in physical education. Feedback has indicated many methods of implementation being considered through physical activity, physical education, and activity based instruction. 1

2 Mississippi Public School Accountability Standard 33 previously required physical education to be a part of the basic curriculum in any configuration of grades K-8. Backup material attached. Recommendation: Approval 2

3 Physical Education/Comprehensive Health Education Rules and Regulations The Mississippi Department of Education understands the relationship between student health and academic achievement. Research supports the relationship between quality physical education programs and the development of social skills, academic performance, increased attendance, and a reduction in discipline referrals. In accordance with Mississippi Code of 1972 Annotated Section (Mississippi Healthy Students Act) and the Mississippi Public School Accountability Standards, the State Board of Education has adopted the following rules and regulations to support the implementation of quality activity based and health education programs. DEFINITIONS Physical Education is a sequentially planned, developmentally appropriate K-12 curriculum and instruction based on the Mississippi Physical Education Framework that promotes lifelong physical activity. It helps students develop the knowledge, motor skills, self-management skills, social skills, attitudes and confidence needed to adopt and maintain physical activity throughout their lives. Quality physical education programs provide opportunities for: students to learn the skills necessary to perform a variety of physical activities students to know the implications and benefits of participating regularly in physical activity all students to be physically active Physical Activity is any movement of the body that expends energy, such as exercise, sports, dance, swimming, lifting weights or other body movements that result in an increased heart rate. Physical activity also includes daily activities like walking programs, recess, etc. Physical activity characterizes all types of human movement that leads to an expenditure of energy; associated with living, work, play, and exercise. Activity Based Instruction allows students to practice movements learned in a variety of settings that lead to an expenditure of energy and/or support other subject areas. This instruction could be integrated into the regular classroom setting (See Appendix: Approved Curriculum) Comprehensive Health Education is a sequentially planned, developmentally appropriate curriculum and instruction based on the Mississippi Comprehensive Health Framework that promotes a healthy lifestyle. It guides students in developing the basic knowledge, decision making skills and ability to obtain valid health information. 1

4 IMPLEMENTATION I. Grades K-8 A. Successful implementation of Physical Education and Comprehensive Health Education must include the following: 150 minutes per week of instruction through a combination of physical education, physical activity, and activity based instruction 45 minutes per week of health education Fitness testing in grade 5 (See Appendix) B. Standard 33 of the Mississippi Public School Accountability Standards requires physical education to be a part of the basic curriculum in any configuration of grades K-8. The total number of minutes in physical education must not be below 50 minutes per week. C. In grades 7-8 extracurricular activities, such as basketball, baseball, marching band, show choir, cheerleading, archery, softball, and football that is sanctioned by the Mississippi High School Activities Association and ROTC can be substituted for physical education if: o attendance is kept; and o instruction is based on at least one competency from the Mississippi Physical Education Framework; and o Staff licensed by Mississippi Department of Education supervises practices and games. This instruction would be coded in MSIS as a physical education course (See Appendix: Course Codes). D. Suggested sample school schedules for elementary and middle schools to assist in complying with the mandated activity based instruction and health education for K-8 are as follows: 2

5 Sample Elementary School Schedule Example 1 Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday- Thursday - Friday- 25 minutes of physical education 10 minutes of recess 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 9 minutes of instruction in health education 10 minutes of recess 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 9 minutes of instruction in health education 25 minutes of Physical Education 10 minutes of recess 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 9 minutes of instruction in health education 10 minutes of recess 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 9 minutes of instruction in health education 10 minutes of recess 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 9 minutes of instruction in health education Example 2 Monday- Tuesday 30 minutes of physical education 12 minutes of instruction in health education 30 minutes of physical education 12 minutes of instruction in health education Wednesday 30 minutes of physical education 12 minutes of instruction in health education Thursday- Friday 30 minutes of physical education 12 minutes of instruction in health education 30 minutes of physical education 3

6 Example 3 Monday- Tuesday- 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program 50 minutes of physical education Wednesday - 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program Thursday - Friday- 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program 45 minutes of health education 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program Example 4 Monday - Tuesday- Wednesday- Thursday- Friday- 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program 15 minutes of instruction in health education 5 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 25 minutes of physical education 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program 15 minutes of instruction in health education 5 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 25 minutes of physical education 10 minutes of activity based instruction integrated by regular classroom teacher 20 minutes of recess or other activity based program 15 minutes of instruction in health education 4

7 Sample Middle School Schedule Example 1 Monday - Tuesday - 25 minutes of physical education 15 minutes of instruction in health education 10 minutes activity based program 5 minutes of activity based instruction provided by regular classroom teacher 10 minutes other activity based program 5 minutes of activity based instruction provided by regular classroom teacher Wednesday - 15 minutes of instruction in health education 10 minutes of activity based program 25 minutes of physical education 5 minutes of activity based instruction provided by regular classroom teacher Thursday - Friday - 15 minutes of activity based instruction provided by regular classroom teacher 15 minutes of instruction in health education 10 minutes activity based program 25 minutes of physical education 5 minutes of activity based instruction provided by regular classroom teacher Example 2 Monday - 45 minutes of physical education (Group 1) 12 minutes of recess or other activity based program Tuesday- 45 minutes of physical education (Group 2) 12 minutes of recess or other activity based program Wednesday - 45 minutes of health education (Groups 1 and 2) 12 minutes of recess or other activity based program Thursday - 45 minutes of physical education (Group 1) 12 minutes of recess or other activity based program Friday - 45 minutes of physical education (Group 2) 12 minutes of recess or other activity based program 5

8 II. Grades 9-12 A. Successful implementation of Physical Education and Comprehensive Health Education must include the following: ½ Carnegie unit of physical education provided by staff that possess a valid 9-12 teaching license with a physical education endorsement (See Waivers/Exemptions on Page 10) Mississippi Public School Accountability Standards require ½ Carnegie unit requirement for health education provided by staff that possess a valid 9-12 teaching license with a health education endorsement Fitness Testing in the grade which the student receives credit toward graduation B. Sample school schedules to assist high schools in complying with the mandated physical education and health education for 9-12 are as follows: Example 1 Sample High School Schedule Health Physical Education One semester course One semester course Example 2 1 st semester Health 3 days of physical education per week Physical Education 2 days of health education per week 2 nd semester Physical Education 3 days of health education per week Health 2 days of physical education per week 6

9 Appendix 1. Adapted Physical Education o Refer to the students Individualized Education Program and allow parents to provide input into their child s involvement in activity based programs. 2. Approved Curriculum o Instruction in physical education must be based on state standards for physical education as provided in the Mississippi Physical Education Framework. o Instruction integrated by the regular classroom teacher may include the Health in Action web based lesson plan resource provided by the Mississippi Department of Education s Office of Healthy Schools ( o Instruction in physical education or activity based instruction by regular education teacher or licensed physical education teacher can be based on curriculum identified in the Supplemental Resource Providers list that is based on state standards. This list may be downloaded at o Instruction in health education must be based on state standards for health education as provided in the Mississippi Comprehensive Health Framework. 3. Class Size Grades K-5 o It is recommended that in grades K-5 the student to teacher ratio for physical education shall not exceed 35 to 1. If there is a licensed teacher and a teacher assistant, it is recommended the maximum class size for physical education shall not exceed 70 students. Grades 6-12 o It is recommended that in Grades Six-Twelve the maximum class size for physical education shall not exceed 40 students per licensed staff. If there is a licensed teacher and a teacher assistant it is recommended the maximum class size should not exceed 80 students. o Class Size should not apply to extracurricular activities such as band, ROTC, and show choir. 7

10 o Mississippi Public School Accountability Standard 34.5 does not apply to Physical Education or Health Education. This standards applies to core academic subjects (English, Reading, Language Arts, Math Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, and the Arts) as defined by No Child Left Behind and Level Four and Level Five schools are exempt from this standard. 4. Course Codes The following course codes should be used for instruction in physical education and health education: Physical Education, Grades PK Physical Education, Grades Physical Education, Grades Physical Education, Dual Credit Health Education, Grades K Health Education, Grade Health Education, Grade Health Education Grades Distance Learning, Grades Dual Credit 9-12 Any instruction that meets the requirements of the Rules and Regulations for Physical Education or Health Education should be coded as such. This instruction also includes programs that are offered after school and meet the requirements for instruction in physical education. The dual credit physical education course code can only be used by those high schools that have a signed articulation agreement between the district and post secondary institute using the template suggested by MDE. One high school Carnegie unit is equal to six college hours of credit. 5. Equipment o The Suggested Equipment List may be downloaded at All teachers designated to provide instruction in physical education must have access to a computer. 6. Facility o Minimum Designated area for instruction- If this is an outside area, the area must be adequately maintained to ensure safety and facilitate participation by all students. Storage space must also be provided for equipment. 8

11 o Adequate Indoor classroom, designated outside area, and storage space should be provided for equipment. o Exemplary Gym space is available for physical education classes. Storage space must also be provided for equipment. 7. Fitness Testing Students must participate in fitness testing using the FITNESSGRAM, ACTIVITYGRAM, President s Challenge to Physical Fitness, or other comparable program. This assessment must be conducted in grade 5 and the grade in which the student will earn the ½ Carnegie unit requirement for graduation. This time required to conduct the fitness assessment would count toward the minutes required for minimum implementation for physical education. 8. School Health Councils 9. Staff All schools must have established a school health council and the physical education and comprehensive health staff must serve on this council. Duties of this council must include, but not be limited to, conducting a needs assessment and making recommendations based on a coordinated approach to school health. The Office of Healthy Schools recommends the School Health Index as a resource/tool for each council to use for conducting this assessment. For additional resources refer to the Local School Wellness Policy Guide for Development which can be downloaded from the Office of Healthy Schools website at o Physical education instruction in grades K-8 may be provided by a licensed physical education teacher, regular classroom teacher, or other staff licensed by the Mississippi Department of Education. o Physical education instruction in grades 9-12 must be provided by a licensed physical education teacher. o School districts are encouraged to develop ongoing relationships with Institutions of Higher Learning to allow students receiving degrees from an approved teacher preparation program an opportunity to assist with instruction in physical education programs. 9

12 10. Student Assessment Staff should use the suggested assessment as provided in the Mississippi Physical Education and Comprehensive Health Education Frameworks and in the Health in Action web based resource. 11. Waivers/Exemptions o In grades K-12 there shall be no exemptions from physical education except for a medical exemption provided by physician. The following guidelines must be followed: A physician must complete a Medical Release Form provided by the school. The Medical Release Form can be downloaded at and The school must keep the completed form on file. o In grades 7-12 extracurricular activities sanctioned by the MHSAA can be substituted for physical education if: o attendance is kept; and o instruction is based on at least one competency from the Mississippi Physical Education Framework; and o Staff licensed by Mississippi Department of Education supervises practices and games. 10

13 MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION 2007 By: Senator(s) Chaney, Thomas, Clarke, Wilemon, King, Albritton, Burton, Butler, Chassaniol, Dawkins, Dearing, Gollott, Gordon, Harden, Hewes, Horhn, Jackson (11th), Jordan, Lee (47th), Michel, Morgan, Pickering, Ross, Tollison, Walls, White To: Education; Appropriations SENATE BILL NO (As Sent to Governor) AN ACT TO BE KNOWN AS THE MISSISSIPPI HEALTHY STUDENTS ACT; TO AMEND SECTION , MISSISSIPPI CODE OF 1972, TO REQUIRE A MINIMUM PERIOD OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY-BASED INSTRUCTION AND A MINIMUM PERIOD OF HEALTH EDUCATION INSTRUCTION IN GRADES K-8, AS DEFINED BY THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION; TO REQUIRE ONE-HALF OF A CARNEGIE UNIT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION OR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN GRADES 9-12 FOR GRADUATION; TO PROVIDE THAT BEGINNING WITH THE SCHOOL YEAR, THE SCHOOL WELLNESS PLANS OF LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS SHALL PROMOTE INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, HEALTHY EATING HABITS AND ABSTINENCE FROM THE USE OF TOBACCO AND ILLEGAL DRUGS; TO REQUIRE THE APPROPRIATION OF SUFFICIENT STATE-SOURCE FUNDS FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO EMPLOY A PHYSICAL ACTIVITY COORDINATOR TO ASSIST SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS; TO PROVIDE THAT THE STATUTORY DUTIES OF THE LOCAL SCHOOL HEALTH COUNCILS SHALL BE MANDATORY RATHER THAN PERMISSIVE; TO DIRECT THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO ADOPT REGULATIONS, FOR COMPLIANCE BY SCHOOL DISTRICTS BEGINNING WITH THE SCHOOL YEAR, THAT ADDRESS THE FOLLOWING AREAS: HEALTHY FOOD AND BEVERAGE CHOICES; HEALTHY FOOD PREPARATION; MARKETING OF HEALTHY FOOD CHOICES TO STUDENTS AND STAFF; FOOD PREPARATION INGREDIENTS AND PRODUCTS; MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM TIME ALLOTMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF LUNCH AND BREAKFAST PERIODS; THE AVAILABILITY OF FOOD ITEMS DURING THE LUNCH AND BREAKFAST PERIODS; AND METHODS TO INCREASE PARTICIPATION IN THE CHILD NUTRITION SCHOOL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PROGRAMS; TO PROVIDE THAT THE STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION SHALL APPOINT AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO ASSIST THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING THE REGULATIONS REQUIRED BY THIS ACT; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI: SECTION 1. This act shall be known as the Mississippi Healthy Students Act. SECTION 2. Section , Mississippi Code of 1972, is amended as follows: (1) The Legislature recognizes that there is a problem with Mississippi student inactivity and obesity * * *, and therefore requires the following guidelines for school district physical education, health education and physical activity and fitness classes: Kindergarten through Grade 8: One hundred fifty (150) minutes per week of physical activity-based instruction and S. B. No * SS01/ R451SG* G1/2 07/SS01/R451SG PAGE 1

14 forty-five (45) minutes per week of health education instruction, as defined by the State Board of Education. Grades 9 through 12: 1/2 Carnegie unit requirement in physical education or physical activity for graduation. All instruction in physical education, health education and physical activity must be based on the most current state standards provided by the State Department of Education. (2) Beginning with the school year, each local school board shall, consistent with regulations adopted by the State Board of Education, adopt a school wellness plan which shall promote a healthy lifestyle for Mississippi's school children and staff. Beginning with the school year, the school wellness plan shall also promote increased physical activity, healthy eating habits and abstinence from the use of tobacco and illegal drugs through programs that incorporate healthy lifestyle choices into core subject areas which may be developed in partnership with the Institute for America's Health. (3) The Legislature shall appropriate sufficient state-source funds for * * * the State Department of Education * * * to employ a physical activity coordinator to assist districts on current and effective practices and on implementation of physical education and physical activity programs. (4) The physical activity coordinator employed under Section must have the qualifications prescribed in any of the following paragraphs, which are listed in the order of preference: (a) A doctorate in physical education, exercise science or a highly related field, and at least three (3) years of experience in teaching physical education in Grades K-12 or in physical activity promotion/fitness leadership; or (b) A master's degree in physical education, exercise science or a highly related field, and at least five (5) years of S. B. No * SS01/ R451SG* 07/SS01/R451SG PAGE 2

15 experience in teaching physical education in Grades K-12 or in physical activity promotion/fitness leadership; or (c) A bachelor's degree in physical education, a teacher's license, and at least seven (7) years of experience in teaching physical education in Grades K-12 or in physical activity promotion/fitness leadership. (5) The Governor's Commission on Physical Fitness and Sports created under Section et seq., the Mississippi Council on Obesity Prevention and Management created under Section et seq., the Task Force on Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention created under Section et seq., the Mississippi Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the Mississippi Alliance for School Health shall provide recommendations to the State Department of Education regarding the employment of the physical activity coordinator. The department shall consider the recommendations of those entities in employing the physical activity coordinator. (6) The physical activity coordinator shall present a state physical activity plan each year to the Governor's Commission on Physical Fitness and Sports, the Mississippi Council on Obesity Prevention and Management, the Task Force on Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, the Mississippi Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the Mississippi Alliance for School Health. (7) The physical activity coordinator shall monitor the districts for adherence to current Mississippi school accountability standards and for implementation of the physical education curriculum on file with the State Department of Education. The State Department of Education shall monitor and act as a clearinghouse for the activities of the local school health councils established pursuant to subsection (8) of this section. * * * S. B. No * SS01/ R451SG* 07/SS01/R451SG PAGE 3

16 (8) (a) The local school board of each school district shall establish a local school health council for each school which shall ensure that local community values are reflected in the local school's wellness plan to address school health. Such councils shall be established no later than November 1, (b) The local school health council's duties shall include, but not be limited to, the following: (i) Recommend age appropriate curriculum and the number of hours of instruction to be provided in health and physical activity-based education, provided that the number of hours shall not be less than that required by Section ; (ii) Recommend appropriate practices that * * * include a coordinated approach to school health * * * designed to prevent obesity, cardiovascular disease, Type II diabetes and other health risks, through coordination of: 1. Health education; 2. Physical education; 3. Nutritional services; 4. Parental/Community involvement; 5. Instruction to prevent the use of tobacco, drugs and alcohol; 6. Physical activity; 7. Health services; 8. Healthy environment; * * * 9. Counseling and psychological services; 10. Healthy lifestyles; and 11. Staff wellness. (iii) Provide guidance on the development and implementation of the local school wellness plan. * * * (c) The local school board shall appoint members to the local school health council. At a minimum, the school board shall appoint one (1) person from each of the following groups: S. B. No * SS01/ R451SG* 07/SS01/R451SG PAGE 4

17 138 (i) Parents who are not employed by the school 139 district; (ii) The director of local school food services; (iii) Public schoolteachers; (iv) Public school administrators; (v) District students; (vi) Health care professionals; (vii) The business community; (viii) Law enforcement; (ix) Senior citizens; (x) The clergy; (xi) Nonprofit health organizations; and (xii) Faith-based organizations. (9) Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit or limit the sale or distribution of any food or beverage item through fund-raisers conducted by students, teachers, school groups, or parent groups when the items are intended for sale off the school campus. SECTION 3. (1) The State Board of Education shall adopt regulations as provided in this section not later than March 1, 2008, which shall be effective for compliance by school districts beginning with the school year, for the Child Nutrition School Breakfast and Lunch Programs that are not in conflict with the regulations of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The regulations shall take into account the most recent and advanced scientific principles regarding good human health and fitness, and the effect of the regulations must be that the good health, well-being and fitness of Mississippi school children shall be advanced. The regulations shall include, but not be limited to, the following areas: (a) Healthy food and beverage choices; (b) Healthy food preparation; S. B. No * SS01/ R451SG* 07/SS01/R451SG PAGE 5

18 170 (c) Marketing of healthy food choices to students and 171 staff; (d) Food preparation ingredients and products; (e) Minimum and maximum time allotment for students and staff lunch and breakfast periods; (f) The availability of food items during the lunch and breakfast periods of the Child Nutrition School Breakfast and Lunch Programs; and (g) Methods to increase participation in the Child Nutrition School Breakfast and Lunch Programs. (2) To assist the State Board of Education in developing the regulations required by this section, the State Superintendent of Public Education shall appoint an advisory committee comprised of the following members: one (1) representative of the Office of Child Nutrition in the State Department of Education; one (1) member of the State Board of Education; one (1) licensed dietitian; one (1) licensed physician; one (1) local public school superintendent; one (1) school food service director from each of the four (4) congressional districts; one (1) principal of a local public elementary or middle school; one (1) principal of a local public high school; the president of the Mississippi School Nutrition Association or his designee; one (1) member of the Senate, who shall serve in an advisory capacity only; and one (1) member of the House of Representatives, who shall serve in an advisory capacity only. All members of the advisory committee must be residents of the state and active practitioners in their respective fields. The State Superintendent shall appoint the members of the advisory committee not later than April 30, 2007, and shall designate the member who will be the chairman of the committee. The advisory committee shall hold its first meeting not later than June 1, 2007, and shall meet at such other times as necessary. The advisory committee shall make its recommendations S. B. No * SS01/ R451SG* 07/SS01/R451SG PAGE 6

19 to the State Board of Education on the regulations required by this section not later than October 15, To effectuate the purposes of this section, upon the request of the chairman of the advisory committee, any department, division, board, bureau, commission or agency of the state or of any political subdivision of the state shall provide to the committee such facilities, assistance and data that will enable the committee to properly carry out its functions under this section. Members of the advisory committee who are not public employees who live in the Jackson, Mississippi, metropolitan area or a member of the Legislature shall receive per diem at the rate authorized by Section for attending meetings of the committee, and shall be reimbursed in accordance with Section for mileage and actual expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. The legislative members of the committee shall be paid from the contingent expense fund of the house of which he or she is a member in the same manner as provided for committee meetings when the Legislature is not in session; however, no per diem or expense for attending meetings of the committee may be paid while the Legislature is in session. A committee member may not incur per diem, travel or other expenses unless previously authorized by vote, at a meeting of the committee, which action must be recorded in the official minutes of the meeting. Nonlegislative members will be paid from funds available to the State Department of Education or from any other funds made available to the committee for that purpose. (3) Local school districts may adopt rules and regulations that may be more stringent but not in conflict with those adopted by the State Board of Education under this section. SECTION 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after July 1, 2007, except for Section 3, which shall take effect and be in force from and after the passage of this act. S. B. No * SS01/ R451SG* 07/SS01/R451SG ST: Physical education and health education PAGE 7 programs in school districts; require certain minimum standards.

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