Is a jockstrap still required for high school athletics?
'Based on an internet search of rules for PE and after school
sports, at some high schools jockstraps are required, especially
for boys playing on sports teams but also for PE at some schools.
Usually, the rules refer to them as "athletic supporters". One
school district has the following policy: "Minimum appropriate
attire for boys and girls is considered to be: shorts, T-shirt,
tennis shoes, socks, and for middle and high school boys, an
athletic supporter." One high school has an "Information Letter To
Boys High School Lacrosse Players and Parents" that lists among
required equipment for both practices and games "Athletic supporter
with protective cup".
Yes, but you cannot have a scholarship
A high school diploma or GED is normally required, but you can still enroll while you are still in high school for a trade program.
Guys do still wear jockstraps. Many find them comfortable and enhance their athletics. If you want to wear one then do so. Don't feel guilty, it's just underwear. Answer: I guess for a while guys got away from wearing jockstraps in favor of compression shorts. But I'm hearing they are making a comeback. I know at my HS most guys wear jocks instead of compression shorts. Definitely on sports teams almost everyone wears a jockstrap… Read More
Absolutely! Individuals who seek admission to law school come from a variety of educational backgrounds. Still, you will have to make sure you have the appropriate prerequisites required by the specific law school and meet their general education requirements.
I THINK THAT IT IS 18 BUT AS LONG AS THE CHILD IS STILL IN SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL OR COLLEGE, THEN THE ABSENT PARENT IS REQUIRED TO PAY AS LONG AS THE CHILD IS STILL IN SCHOOL.
Yes , if your still in school, ask your guidance councler more.
yes, as long as you continue to seek employment as required by state.
You will not damage yourself by wearing a jockstrap. You could wear them all the time if you wanted to. If you're worried about them being tight, they're supposed to be so that they support you. They are made to stretch, so you can still move around without a problem.
Go to the school, bringing necessary documents to prove you are the parent, and find out if the child is still attending school there. Even though you aren't the custodial parent, you do still have a right to know if your child is still enrolled at school. They should be required to tell you, unless there are extenuating circumstances which would prevent them from doing so.
the only way i know how to unlock it is either wait for September for school to start or look for it at icoffin. sorry i still don't really know.:(
The Soviet Union no longer exists; however, when it did exist children were required to attend school. This still applies to the Russian Federation.
It isn't a bad idea for teens who are still in highschool to look for or have a job. Most teens who have a job will in high school will most likely be prepared for the future. Having a job can also give you highschool credits required to graduate. Many schools allow students with jobs to leave school early to work. That is only if you have a required amount of credits. Having a job… Read More
Can you still get your high school diploma if you fail a subject your senior year but you have enough credits to graduate?
If it's a required subject, no. You can be a super senior, however. Stay for the summer school and make up that class.
The jockstrap was invented in 1874 by C. F. Bennett of a Chicago sporting goods company, Sharp & Smith, to provide comfort and support for bicycle jockeys riding the cobblestone streets of Boston. In 1897 Bennett's newly-formed Bike Web Company patented and began mass-producing the Bike Jockey Strap. The Bike Web Company later became known as the Bike Company. Today, Bike is still the market leader in jockstrap sales. The jockstrap was also influential in… Read More
If you only needed 2 credits to graduate can you still get correspondence courses Even if its been yrs?
It depends. If the curriculum has changed within the time you have been out of school, you will be required to complete all the requirements as they exist at present. It depends. If the curriculum has changed within the time you have been out of school, you will be required to complete all the requirements as they exist at present. It depends. If the curriculum has changed within the time you have been out of… Read More
In general, children under 18 or who are still in high school are not quite "people", legally speaking. They are under the care of their parents or legal guardians, who are required to provide for them and in return get to "be the boss of" them. So, if you're still in high school and your parents say you have to remain in the house, then you pretty much have to remain in the house.
When child is eighteen years old and not in any kind of school would child support still be required to be paid?
Go back to court--depends on circumstances and amount of time that child is out of school (ie is it a break or not?)
As being a poet is not a formal employment, no education is required, just as being an author or singer or musician does not require a full education. I believe some poets, etc., get a degree relating to their career choice, but you could be a high school dropout or not entirely through school and still be a poet.
Does a father still have to pay support if a child is 18 and still in school and does he still pay until the child graduates?
Usually the parent paying child support will be required to continue support until graduation. This should be included in your court order if you have one.
enough to pat ALL the bills and still get what the child will need for school or anything else that may come up
If a 16 year old gets pregnant and drops out of school does a parent still have to pay child support in PA?
The parents would still be legally bound to provide for the wayward child and her child until 18. The sperm donor would be required to pay child support. School is a non issue.
In the US they typically have to graduate from an accredited law school. There are a few states that still allow someone to sit for the bar without a law degree.
It depends. Most of the time, there are two different types of suspension: Internal and external. A internal suspension is when you are still required to attend school, but you are given work to do in a place away from other students. An external suspension is when you are suspended from he school grounds, and are send work to do.
It may be a possibility however, the individual would still be required to pass the specified state nursing test.
Anyone with any degree can become an RN with the correct training. You must have the required prerequisites (such as Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, etc) required by the nursing school you are going to apply to. Then you must apply to the nursing school of your choice, complete their program, and pass the NCLEX licensing exam. A background in biology would be helpful, but you still would be required to go through a nursing program… Read More
Yes. Of course, a high-school education is only the beginning of a pharmacist's training. At least 5 years of college-level training are required afterwards.
No education is needed if you are a high school drop out you can still be a waitress. They may want you to have previous experience with being a waitress but even that isn't needed.
You need to contact the Friend of the Court in the county that you were divorced. Also, you may still be required to pay support if your child is still in high school. Read your divorce papers or custody agreement.
Unless its a 66 out of 66 then not really. If you mean 66% then that would be "D" which is below average, but it is still the bare minimum required to pass so good for you!
Yes you can. Medical schools don't care about your major, all they need are the required courses and a gpa higher than 3.5.
Under fafsa do you have to give your tax info if your daughter moved out when she turned 18 and still in school?
No, you're not legally required to, but without it she cannot be considered for financial aid (it doesn't matter that she moved out at 18)
From what I know from the past, it is 18, unless child is still in high school. May be required to contribute to college and health care until child graduates.
Doesn't matter how much you learn, is about skills. If you're born with football skills then scouts will pick you up but if you're bad, you can still earn money but not as much.
Does child support have to be made if the child is in boarding school and the custodial parent is not paying for the school?
Who is paying for the school? Is it a scholarship or a relative? As long as it is not the person required to pay child support it really doesn't matter. The child still needs clothes, uniforms, health insurance, all sorts of things. Sorry, you don't get out of paying child support based on where the kid goes to school.
Yes if you are still a minor. The school will require it. Yes if you are still a minor. The school will require it. Yes if you are still a minor. The school will require it. Yes if you are still a minor. The school will require it.
no. no matter how old you are you can still have a baby while you are still at school.
A second team all-conference winner is usually given in high school athletics. The voting coaches felt the person was not quite strong enough to be on the first team, but still did an outstanding job and needs to be recognized.
Australia, NSW: Starting in 2010, You will be required to attend school until the age of 17 unless you have a full time job or a secondary learning (TAFE, COLLAGE). Other States I don't know but it still might be 14?
When the Sumerian civilization was still young, school took place in temples. Later, it moved from the temples and usually only well-to-do families could afford to send their children. School at that time was only for male children who were required to study from morning to night.
In the United States, any person with a bachelor's degree can apply to law school. No particular undergraduate major is required. I believe that there is still a standardized test called the LSAT, which law school applicants must take to be considered for admission. While no particular major is required, it is helpful to have some coursework in business and economics. Developing good writing skills is important as well.
i am 13 and I play baseball and wear a protective cup. over the years I have been experimenting with different ways to make the cup less visible because it can be embarrassing sometimes. I would suggest first wearing a jockstrap with a cup underneath it and NOT in the pouch. it will still stay in and function properly but not be very visible. the second suggestion is to wear black baseball pants. the darker… Read More
If you live outside the U.S., not sure, but within the US work permits are required for anyone under 18.
you need to finish high school and pass it first. Then you go to college and after college go to a medical college for 4 to 6 years. That is a lot of education and still not the end.
It depends on the school. The minimum degree is a master's in the subject you are teaching. Still, a doctorate is preferred in most colleges and universities, especially for associate and full professors in a tenure mode.
Yes, you must still pay child support, even if you're enrolled in school. If your income is reduced, or if you have no income, you may petition the court to reduce the amount you are required to pay; however, keep in mind that until you do, the arrears will continue to accrue at the current rate.
I would think that is a personal preference, or check the rules of the school some may actually require the males to use one. If you are going to participate in sports or heavy lifting it is a good idea. Strap helps keep all your stuff in the right place so you don't tear anything loose or cause yourself a hernia. It can still happen but a jock strap reduces the odds.
Yes you can. Those who pursue pharmacy school come from a variety of educational backgrounds. The critical issue is completing all the prerequisite coursework required by medical schools.
Although dropping out of highschool is not a good idea, sometimes it can be necessary.You can still receive your diploma if and only if, you have earned the required # of credits, and you have passed the required test(s).Another alternative to a highschool diploma is a GED, just remember only do this if it's absolutely necessary.
It depends on the school district, my school district still has it, but only because it will be completely funded by parents, and not by the state.
Since law school, in the U.S., is a post-graduate program, your college grades are what matter. HS grades are totally irrelevant. Of course, if you're in high school, and are planning on going to law school, you should still try to do as well as you possibly can, to develop good study habits early, which will help you do well in college, enabling you to get into a good law school. == == In the… Read More