Daily Physical Activity and Distributed Learning

By: Learnnowbc  09-12-2011

Daily Physical Activity (DPA) is a requirement for all students in BC, including those who are educated via Distributed learning (DL)

For DL students in grades K to 9, the DPA requirements are a part of the Student's Learning Plan: physical activity done in the home or community is considered part of the student's school-based time and will satisfy the provincial DPA requirements. Students and/or parents will record the activity and report it according to the Distributed Learning school's instructions.


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