OCIS-PE

Alternative Programs

13626 Twin Peaks Road, Poway, CA 92064
Phone: 858-679-2530 Fax 858-679-2630

OFF-CAMPUS INDEPENDENT STUDY for
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (OCIS-PE) 

Patty Hurtt, Assistant Principal, mailto:phurtt@powayusd.com
Michele Cass, Administrative Assistant
858 - 748 - 0010, Ext. 2063; Fax 858-679-2630

STUDENTS NEW TO DISTRICT ONLY MAY ENROLL FOR FALL 

FALL APPLICATION DUE BY AUGUST 31, 2016

DEADLINES (see calendar link below for trimester schools):

  • APPLICATION FOR SPRING 2016-17 DUE NOVEMBER 4, 2016

  • APPEAL FOR SPRING 2016-17 DUE DECEMBER 9, 2016.

  • APPLICATION FOR FALL 2017-18 DUE MARCH 17, 2017.

  • APPEAL FOR FALL 2017-18 DUE APRIL 21, 2017.

  1. TURN IN APPLICATION TO YOUR SITE'S DESIGNEE BY THE DUE DATE.
  2. APPLICATIONS RETURNED AFTER THE DEADLINE STATED IN THE APPLICATION -WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR ANY REASON

Off Campus Independent Study for Physical Education (OCIS-PE) is a program designed to assist athletes with their training schedules by allowing the student to take their Physical Education class at their training facility, under the direct supervision of their coach. The coach or trainer working with the athlete MUST be CPR/First-Aid certified in order to be considered. OCIS-PE must be a significantly different program that involves an activity in which the applicant competes at a state, regional, or national level. A major factor in determining acceptance or rejection of this request will be the difference between a recreational and a competitive program. OCIS-PE is not allowed for any team sports.

The nature of the activity must provide a training and weekly practice schedule minimum of 10 hours per week for middle school and 15 hours per week for high school- that indicates the applicant is a serious participant. Documentation of competition and/or performance at the Regional (Northern, Central, or Southern California), State or National level must be submitted to the site administrator.

In the case of dance, participants must be an auditioned member, of a studio competition team, or performance company, be in the pursuance of a career in the dance performing arts, and supply additional documentation.

Please note: A Supplemental Attendance and Performance Record needs to be completed and submitted for each grading period (see page 10 of application packet).

THE FINAL GRADE MARK IS EITHER A PASS OR FAIL.  No letter grades are assigned for approved OCIS-PE students.

In order for an application to be considered complete, the application must have the following:

  • Copy of Coach's CPR/First Aid attached
  • Copy of Coach's proof of negative TB testing within last 4 years
  • Copy of Coach's qualification card attached
  • Documentation of competition/performance level of REGIONAL OR NATIONAL rankings attached
  • Master Agreement page completed
  • Verifying Signatures page completed
  • Instructors' Qualifications page completed
  • Learning Plan completed
  • Proof of Commercial General Liability Insurance with limits no less than $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence
  • Dance - Studio printout of weekly schedule (MUST include class description, time and duration, along with teacher's name and contact phone number)
  • Dance - Copy of current Competition Team or Performance Contract (signed and dated)
  • Dance - List of Competition Pieces and Choreographer names and contact phone numbers (minimum of three required annually - one of which may be a solo)
  • Dance - Official/Sealed DOJ level fingerprinting results


Return completed applications to your school site, unless your student is a current 5th grader or 8th grader.  Current 5th and 8th grade applications must be returned to the school the student will attend NEXT school year.

MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENTS:
In order to comply with State Education Code (Section 46300) and attendance reporting guidelines, the following
policy applies:

♦ For Middle Schools with a traditional or block schedule, students participating in OCIS-PE must be off-role during the first or last period of the day. (Traditional= Black Mountain, Meadowbrook, Mesa Verde; Block=Oak Valley)

♦ For Middle Schools with a rotating schedule, students participating in OCIS-PE will be required to be enrolled in another middle school class in place of PE. (Rotating=Bernardo Heights and Twin Peaks)

 

OCIS-PE CALENDAR OF DUE DATES:  Spring 2016-17and Fall 2017-18(pdf) 

Download the application: OCIS-PE application:  Spring 2016-17 and Fall 2017-18(pdf)

Additional Attendance Sheets (After Approval):   Attendance Log (pdf)

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