back school

back school

A term for educational programs, often sponsored by industry, that emphasize body mechanics and ergonomic principles with the goal of preventing initial or recurring injuries to the spine.
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But according to a report released on Tuesday by the Wisconsin Policy Forum, voters were less eager to back school construction projects this time around.
Parent Kayla Garner called Foster "a breath of fresh air" and said the principal has eased the frustrations parents had with previous principals by, among other things, bringing back school recess.
I'm excited to work on issues important to me like exploring pushing back school start times and creating more after school programs for schools."
| I FULLY back school inspectors and head teachers who ban mobile phones from classrooms to crack down on bad behaviour.
The Saints were rewarded for their work which has included delivering sessions to more than 1500 school students including, as part of the Cash Back School of Rugby scheme with Maxwelltown High School, substantially increasing youth participation, supporting a youth coach development programme and participating in the SP Energy Networks Warriors Championship.
He told Denbighshire and Wrexham councils he was folding the company, handing back school and passenger transport contracts immediately and putting 23 staff out of work.
It will offer two winners in each country a chance to win back school fees worth up to $5,000.
parents to their back school But he added that the Scottish Government have given support and technical guidance to help the councils.
The ministry is not implementing a decision by the Council of State to bring back school principals previously removed by the ministry.
Bring back school with some fun science experiments.
The academy supports pushing back school start times for older kids, particularly teens, because it's better for their mental and physical health, reported Time magazine.
One study (14) reported that spinal manipulation is more effective than individual physiotherapy or back school in reducing disability as measured by RMDQ at discharge time.