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The North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education (DNPE) is authorized by state law to receive home school notices of intent to begin initial operation and to terminate operation, and to annually inspect the school's student attendance and nationally standardized achievement test result records. Chief Administrators of home schools should anticipate receiving a request(s) to meet with a DNPE representative at a public location in close proximity to the home school while the home school is in operation
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The Day One Access program at WSU is part of a national Inclusive Access model in which publishers and higher education institutions provide timely course materials to all students at the lowest possible price. All students in a DOA class pay for and receive digital content, which lowers costs for everyone. Students are billed a electronic course materials fee along with their usual tuition and course fees.
Yes. Simply click on the link you used to opt out and and you can opt back in. This link is in the email you received with information about the Day One Access program. If that doesn't work you can email the Day One Access team at firstname.lastname@example.org to request that your access be reinstated. Please give your full name, W#, class and section number you are enrolled in when you email.
If you drop your course prior to paying your tuition and fees, you will not be charged for the Day One Access course fee. If you drop the course within the 100% withdrawal period, you will receive a full refund. If you drop the course after the 100% withdrawal period, refunds are based on a percentage of credit hours dropped. Visit Weber State Bursar's website for refund deadlines and details.
When textbook and course material adoptions open for the upcoming semester, please check your email for detailed instructions about how to get Day One Access for your class. You can also email email@example.com for guidance. Please note that DOA adoptions must be submitted by the term's adoption deadline, or you may not be able to participate in the program. All adoptions, Day One Access or otherwise, must be submitted through the Wildcat Store, in accordance with Weber State University's PPM.
If you have missed your adoption deadlines but are interested in using Day One Access for a future semester, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Wildcat Store Course Materials Department at 801-626-8687 to get started. We will help you review your current adoption and partner with our publisher contacts to determine availability and pricing.
The law defines a local organization as an organization whose activities are limited to this state, to a specific geographical area within this state or to a specific geographical area that is partly within this state and partly within another state. An example of partly within this state and partly within another state would be Beloit, WI and South Beloit, IL or Superior, WI and Duluth, MN or other Wisconsin municipalities that bridge across state lines. Please note that in order to qualify as a local organization, all activities of the organization including where fundraising dollars are spent must be limited to Wisconsin.
All profits from raffles must be expended in Wisconsin in a manner consistent with the Articles of Incorporation, Constitution, Charter or By-Laws of the organization. Please click here for more information regarding the use of raffle proceeds
Fraternal: An organization with a representative form of government that (1) operates under the lodge system with a ritualistic form of work; (2) is organized to promote the payment of life, sickness, accident or other insurance benefits to its members; or (3) is organized to carry on some worthy civic or service purpose.
Service: An organization which has, as a minimum, the benefit, the growth and the general welfare of the community as one of its principle purposes. This category includes a labor organization whose jurisdiction is limited to a specific geographical area within the state or political party, except a state committee registered under s. 11.05 and organized exclusively for political purposes under whose name candidates appear on a ballot at any election. This also excludes a trade association or a social club.
Tax Exempt ((501(c)(3) only): Organizations recognized by the IRS as tax exempt and eligible to receive tax-deductible donations. You will need to include your Internal Revenue Service determination letter stating that contributions to your organization are deductible for income tax purposes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Note that any organizations that are recognized by the IRS as tax-exempt but are not eligible to receive tax-deductible donations such as a social club organized under section 501(c)(7) do not qualify for a raffle license. For more information on qualify under your tax exempt status, please click here.
A Class A raffle is the license type needed when tickets are sold in advance and the day of the raffle. Tickets are pre-printed with all raffle information on them. A winner need not be present to win. Please click here for more information regarding conducting a Class A raffle.
An Excel Spreadsheet tool has been added to the Printable Calendars section above that allows the user to produce a calendar on demand for any year between 2021 and 2060. The spreadsheet is easy to use and only requires the user to select the year and calendar type, two formats are then provided based on the options selected and the user's preference. Users are encouraged to contact the Division of Finance webmaster with questions or comments regarding this tool.
If you are simply interested in researching future dates, your computer likely provides this functionality. Windows users can double-click on their system clock (usually in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen). This will open a window from which you can select your desired month and year. Remember to click Cancel when finished to avoid resetting your clock.
The free Adobe Acrobat Reader program is required to view the calendar. If you are unable to use Adobe Acrobat due to a software problem, please contact your computer support team. If you are unable to use Adobe Acrobat for another reason, please contact us with a description of your formatting requirements. We may be able to provide the calendar in an alternate format to suit your needs.
If you do not receive the COBRA form packet within 14 days of your agency/university ending your benefits, contact ADOA - Benefits Services Division at 602-542-5008, 1-800-304-3687 or [email protected].
The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA), entitles you to elect continued coverage under the group health plan if you will no longer have benefits with Benefit Options because of one of the following qualifying events:
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Contact the Community Care Program: Senior Helpline at 1-800-252-8966. After choosing language, press #4 on your pad. For deaf and speech-impaired communication over the telephone, dial Illinois Relay at 711.
Customers who get their HCBS waiver services through an Illinois Medicaid Managed Care Organization (MCO) should contact their care coordinator about the need for in home services and for assistance with a referral. Contact information for all Illinois Medicaid MCOs can be found here:
If an MCO customer requests a referral directly from the local CCU, please inform the intake person about your enrollment in managed care, give them the name of your MCO and have your identification number available.
Note: These schedules shall be used by all state agencies operating under the policies, rules, and regulations of the Office of State Human Resources. Institutions of higher education and agencies requiring a 24-hour operation may adopt varying holiday schedules in keeping with operational needs provided the employees are given the same number of holidays as approved by the State Human Resources Commission. Such special holiday schedules must be filed with the Office of State Human Resources.
It is recognized that some agencies may need to adopt an additional holiday schedule applicable to their employees working on assigned shifts to maintain a 24-hour operation; this schedule would designate as holidays the specific dates of the legal observances rather than substitute weekdays when the observance occurs on Saturday or Sunday. This would be in keeping with the purpose of the holiday premium pay policy. Click here to read the state's Holiday Policy.
Fraudulent activities should always be reported to your local law enforcement office. The following is additional information on how specific types of fraud complaints or cases of suspected fraud can be submitted to state agencies.
Older adults in Illinois ages 60+ who are eligible for Medicaid receive services through the Community Care Program (CCP). This program is designed to prevent unnecessary institutionalization of older adults who have difficulty with household and personal care tasks. Core services include in-home, adult day and emergency home response.
APS protects adults ages 60 or older and people with disabilities ages 18-59. Suspected abuse can be reported through the APS hotline. APS is locally coordinated through 45 provider agencies; caseworkers receive reports, conduct investigations and work with older adults to resolve abusive situations.
A group of martial arts and combat masters are invited to a fighting contest, "Dead or Alive", on an isolated island within an advanced complex, with the ultimate prize of $10 million. Among the competitors are Kasumi, a shinobi ninja-princess looking for her brother Hayate (who was competing in the last tournament), Tina, a professional wrestler setting out to prove she has more potential (complicated by her father Bass being one of the contenders), Christie, a master thief and assassin, her treacherous partner Maximillian 'Max' Marsh, and Hayabusa, a friend of Kasumi and Hayate who follows Kasumi to keep her safe. A final competitor is Helena Douglas, daughter of the tournament's late founder. When they arrive, they are monitored by the island's supervisor, Dr. Victor Donovan, who, aided by egghead Weatherby, is gathering data (using injected nano-sensors) from the fights for some mysterious project. During the tournament, Max and Christie plan to steal the fortune stowed away inside a hidden vault. To add to the situation, an assassin from Kasumi's colony, named Ayane, has followed Kasumi to kill her and wipe away the disgrace the princess has caused to the clan. 041b061a72