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In accordance with 49 CFR 391.49, subchapter B of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs), the driver application for a skill performance evaluation (SPE) certificate is hereby granted authorizing the above-named driver to operate in interstate or foreign commerce under the provisions set forth below. This certificate is granted for the period shown above, not to exceed 2 years, subject to periodic review as may be found necessary. This certificate may be renewed upon submission of a renewal application. Continuation of this certificate is dependent upon strict adherence by the above-named driver to the provisions set forth below and compliance with the FMCSRs. Any failure to comply with provisions herein may be cause for cancellation.

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We understand that the decision to use tobacco products is a personal one. We are not asking anyone to quit using tobacco, only to refrain from doing so on our campuses. If you or a loved one would like assistance with quitting, we can help. Please ask our team members about Inova's tobacco-cessation resources.

Place a lost ad in the newspaper, post on your neighborhood page on, put posters up around your neighborhood; call any found ad that even remotely describes your pet. People often have different descriptions of the same animal. Ask your neighbors if they have seen your pet. Sometimes offering a reward is helpful, but it is wise not to specify an amount.

Welcome to the office of Educator Testing at the Texas Education Agency. The office of Educator Testing is responsible for the overall management and monitoring of the statewide educator certification testing contract as well as the development and implementation of testing rules. This page provides testing information related to obtaining a Texas educator certificate. Texas law requires that educators pass appropriate tests to become certified. The appropriate examination(s) required for certification are specified in the Texas Administrative Code, 230.21(e). Further information about current, past and future tests may be found below:

The ELAR 4-8 exam transition to the ELAR 4-8 (217) exam will occur on January 1, 2022. Please see the informational one-pager that addresses timelines and other frequently asked questions related to the exam launch, program requirements, and candidate preparation resources. Candidates can now register for the new 217.

Find answers, information and resources to help you with all your shipping and business needs with FedEx. Read Frequently Asked Questions, check out detailed information on our services, or contact us with any questions via email, phone or mail.

Whether you are a current or prospective student, we hope you will take advantage of the many resources available to support your success. Our goal is to support students in achieving their academic and career goals.

At Pediatric Associates of Medford, P.C., we offer a full range of pediatric care including prenatal visits for expecting parents, well-child check-ups, immunizations, and sick appointments. Our caring team is committed to providing quality service in a comfortable, safe office setting where children and parents can feel at ease. We also set aside time to equip parents with the tools and resources necessary for the development of healthy children from birth to adolescence.

When you visit a Lane Bryant store, our Lane Stylists can answer your nagging fit questions and guide you towards the best solutions for your unique needs. Every store stylist is a trained and certified fit expert. We offer free bra fitting, styling and fit advice in stores every day. We also have many resources online that will help you find the perfect solution, whether you're shopping online or browsing before a visit to your local store. Our online plus size fit guides include size charts, fit descriptions for different styles and fabrics, and quick fit solutions that will help you solve common fit issues. Explore our plus size fashion fit guides below and let us help you find your perfect fit!

The Environmental Protection Division enforces several Rules which govern Georgia's asbestos abatement, licensing and disposal industry. The Rules, in their entirety, can be found at; however, select requirements are outlined below:

Basic Requirements: Accredited Asbestos Inspectors must perform thorough inspections for friable and non-friable asbestos-containing materials (ACM); notify EPD and remove all ACM that is friable or will become friable that is found at or above the trigger quantities; wet, package, and label the ACM before removal and keep wet until at disposal site; generate Waste Shipment Record; and notify EPD prior to demolition.

TExES score reports are released within seven days following the test date for most exams. For example, scores for an exam on March 12 would be available online by March 19. Score reports for exams that include a constructed-response assignment are released within 28 days. Score report dates for individual test dates can be found at the Texas examination program scores page by navigating to the Score Report Dates section.

TExES exams test the knowledge and skills required for an entry-level position as an educator in Texas public schools. There is a wide range of passing rates on the TExES, depending on the exam. Pass rates and summary statistics for past exams can be found here. No matter the pass rate, you should prepare for all of your TExES exams. The cost of failure is too high.

Our patients will continue to receive the same comprehensive and compassionate care from the same providers. Over the coming months, this website will redirect to our new online home where you'll find access to our online scheduling, expanded resources, and important information. Please click here to learn more about this exciting new chapter for River Valley Psychological Services .

Pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other nondiscrimination laws and authorities, ADES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Persons that require a reasonable modification based on language or disability should submit a request as early as possible to ensure the State has an opportunity to address the modification. The process for requesting a reasonable modification can be found at Equal Opportunity and Reasonable Modification.

If you participate in Food and Nutrition Services (also known as food stamps) or your children participate in the National School Lunch Program to receive free or reduced-price school meals, your household is also eligible for P-EBT. There\u2019s no separate application.\r\n\r\nYour child may be eligible if they are:\r\n\r\n\r\n\tA student who attends school in person, gets free or reduced-price meals through the National School Lunch Program, and who misses school due to COVID-19 related reasons\r\n\tA child 5 years old or younger in an active case through Food and Nutrition Services (also known as food stamps)\r\n\r\n\r\nIf you\u2019re unsure about your child\u2019s eligibility, take our eligibility quiz.\r\n"}},"@type":"Question","name":"What if I have more than one kid?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"You\u2019ll receive benefits for each eligible child. Just keep in mind that P-EBT eligibility is different depending on the age of the child, and\/or which school they attend and their attendance record, so you\u2019ll need to check each child\u2019s eligibility separately.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"How do I apply?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"For most families, there is no application for P-EBT. Instead, to receive benefits, you\u2019ll need to apply for Food and Nutritional Services or the free or reduced-price meals program at your kid\u2019s school for each of your children. Once they have been added to a Food and Nutrition Services case or approved for free or reduced-price school meals, they will automatically qualify for the P-EBT program. If the child is eligible for benefits, these will automatically be disbursed.\r\n\r\nNOTE: Make sure you apply for FNS or free or reduced-price meals at your child\u2019s school before May 1. The deadline for becoming eligible for P-EBT is May 31, and these applications can take at least a month to process.\r\n\r\nThe only families that will need to submit an application for P-EBT are those with students in a fully virtual school (all instruction is virtual) or who are homeschooled. In those limited cases, an invitation to apply will be sent to families directly in the mail.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Does immigration status matter?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"No. Any child that meets all eligibility requirements\u2014regardless of their legal or immigration status\u2014will be eligible for P-EBT. Receiving P-EBT food assistance does not impact your immigration status and will not impact a future immigration application you may file.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"What is a COVID-19 related absence?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"If a student is not physically present in the school building for in-person learning because of a COVID-19 related situation, such as being sick or in quarantine\/isolation, or in temporary virtual instruction, it is considered a COVID-19 related absence.\r\n\r\n\r\n\tQuarantine (attendance code: 1D) refers to when the school tells the student to stay home because of COVID-19 related symptoms, illness or exposure or when a parent\/guardian informs the school about a student's COVID-19 related symptoms, illness or exposure and the school approves the absence.\r\n\tTemporary virtual instruction (attendance code: 1R for present off-site) refers to when the student is enrolled in a physical school but is in virtual or remote learning for a temporary period because of COVID-19. Students can be in temporary virtual instruction only if they are enrolled in a physical school. \r\n\r\n\r\nYour child\u2019s school will determine if their absence is related to COVID-19 and will record that in their attendance record using specific codes. Contact your child\u2019s school if you have questions about your child\u2019s attendance record. \r\n\r\nNote: Absence codes only apply to in-person school attendance.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"What happens to P-EBT after the federal public health emergency ends?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"P-EBT will end on May 11, 2023, when the federal Public Health Emergency ends. That means May\u2019s benefits will be calculated based on school attendance during the first nine school days of the month for students, and the statewide benefit amount for children will be posted with other months on the P-EBT website.\r\n\r\nNorth Carolina may issue a small amount of Summer P-EBT for students who attend traditional in-person schools. Per USDA rules, young children and virtual\/homeschool students will not be included in Summer P-EBT this year. Check back soon to see if 2023 Summer P-EBT gets approved.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"If I don\u2019t qualify, what other food assistance is available?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"If you would like information on other food resources, visit NC 211 provided by the United Way or dial 2-1-1 or 1-888-892-1162 to speak with someone who can tell you about resources in your area. Please note that NC 211 cannot assist with P-EBT eligibility or benefit amount.\r\n\r\nInformation on additional food resources can be found through NC SNAC resources (NC State Nutrition Action Coalition).\r\n\r\nSee if you may be eligible for FNS food assistance benefits.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"I didn\u2019t get P-EBT but I think I should have. What do I do?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"First, take our eligibility quiz to see if your child meets the criteria to be eligible. Be sure to check your child\u2019s attendance record to confirm their eligibility each month, since households will only receive benefits for days of COVID-19 related absences or temporary virtual instruction.\r\n\r\nThen, if you believe your child is eligible and you have an FNS card or existing P-EBT card, check to see if the benefits have been issued to that card (see \u201cHow do I check my P-EBT and\/or FNS card balance?\u201d). Please note that benefit issuance will be spread over several days each month, so allow time for the benefits to be deposited.\r\n\r\nIf you still believe your child is eligible and have confirmed that you have not received benefits by following the instructions above, you can contact the EBT Call Center at 1-866-719-0141.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Can virtual or homeschool students get P-EBT?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"This year only, children in fully virtual or homeschool settings who have been impacted by COVID-19 may be eligible to participate in P-EBT and will be assessed by the state before being offered to apply. You do not need to do anything now. Those who meet certain criteria set by USDA will receive an invitation to apply in the mail in May to apply for P-EBT. This application isn't available to households who don\u2019t fit the federal criteria. In the meantime, if families need food assistance, they can apply for FNS at NCDHHS.GOV\/FNS, or seek food resources by visiting, or calling 2-1-1 or 1-888-892-1162.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"How much will I get from P-EBT?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"Benefits for young children in child care will vary by month.\r\n\r\nBenefit amounts for students attending school in person are determined by school attendance records reported by the child\u2019s school. The benefit amount will be calculated using the number of days the student\u2019s attendance record shows they were quarantined and\/or in temporary virtual instruction (P-EBT eligible days) within the month. The student will receive $8.18 for each eligible day.\r\n\r\nKeep in mind, while your child may be eligible, P-EBT will only start to be accrued and processed once a threshold of COVID-19 related absences is met. Only students who have COVID-19 related absences after the date their school meets that threshold will receive benefits. See if your child's school has met the threshold yet.\r\n\r\n\r\nBenefit calculation formula: # of days with a COVID-19 related absence * $8.18 (daily benefit rate) = benefit amount for the month\r\n\r\nExample: In February, a student spent five days in quarantine, five days in temporary virtual instruction, and nine days at school in person for a total of 10 P-EBT eligible days. (The five days in quarantine and the five days in temporary virtual instruction are P-EBT eligible days. The nine days attending school in person are not eligible.) Ten days multiplied by the $8.18 daily benefit rate equals a benefit amount of $81.80 for the month of February. These benefits would be issued by the end of March.\r\n\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"How often will I get P-EBT payments? When is the next issuance?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"The first issuance is in late March. After that, issuances will be monthly until the Public Health Emergency (PHE) ends on May 11, 2023. Because benefits are issued retroactively, any benefits you\u2019re eligible for in May will be issued in June. NC strives to issue benefits during the last week of each month.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Do I have to pay the benefits back?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"No, you will not have to pay back P-EBT benefits. P-EBT is federally funded, and there is no cost to the recipient.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"How long do I have to use the benefits?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"You have 274 days from the date of receipt to spend your benefits. You do not have to spend the benefits all at once.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"Where should I look for the benefits?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"If you have an FNS (food stamps) case, check your FNS card. If you do not, your benefits will appear on your P-EBT card. If this is your first time receiving benefits, you will have a card mailed to you 1-3 weeks after issuance.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"How do I activate my card?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"When your P-EBT card arrives it will already be loaded with the benefits that your student is eligible for so far. To access these benefits, you will need to activate your card and create a PIN. You can easily set your PIN three ways: online by visiting, through the ebtEDGE mobile app, or through the EBT Call Center IVR.\r\n\r\nImportant: To activate your card, you will be asked to enter the date of birth (DOB) associated with the card. Enter the DOB of the youngest student who was first eligible for P-EBT in the household. Enter the DOB as two digits for the month, two digits for the day, and four digits for the year (MM\/DD\/YYYY). For example, January 24, 2014 would be entered as 01242014. If there are multiple children in your household, you may need to try each child\u2019s DOB to successfully activate your P-EBT card.\r\n\r\nExample: The household consists of 3 students; one is 9 years old (DOB: 02\/15\/2014), one is 13 years old (DOB: 04\/04\/2009) and one is 16 years old (DOB: 01\/01\/2007), and the 13-year-old was the first to be eligible for P-EBT this school year. To activate the card, enter the date of birth for the 13-year-old (04042007). If the 13-year-old student\u2019s DOB does not work, try entering the other students\u2019 dates of birth.\r\n\r\nOption 1:\r\n\r\n\r\n\tLog into your account. If it is your first time, you will be prompted to register.\r\n\tSelect a card from the Welcome page. \r\n\tClick on \u201cPin Select\u201d and enter the requested information to confirm your identity.\r\n\tConfirm your PIN.\r\n\tClick on the \u201cSave\u201d button, and a confirmation message will appear.\r\n\r\n\r\nOption 2: ebtEDGE mobile app (available on iPhone and Android)\r\n\r\n\r\n\tDownload the ebtEDGE mobile app from the App Store or Google Play Store.\r\n\tLog into your account. If it is your first time, you will be prompted to register. \r\n\tSelect a card from the Welcome page. \r\n\tClick on \u201cPin Select\u201d and enter the requested information to confirm your identity.\r\n\tConfirm your PIN.\r\n\tClick on the \u201cSave\u201d button, and a confirmation message will appear.\r\n\r\n\r\nOption 3: EBT Call Center IVR\r\n\r\nMake sure you have your 16-digit card number readily available. Call 1-888-622-7328 and follow the prompts to activate your card.\r\n","@type":"Question","name":"How do I check my balance?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"You can easily check your card balance in four ways:\r\n\r\nOption 1:\r\n\r\nTo check your balance using, log into your account. Your current balance and a list of previous transactions will show on the screen.\r\n\r\nYour ebtEdge Cardholder Portal account will show if there are benefits posted and\/or pending and when those benefits will be available for use. If your food benefit amount is listed under \u201cPending Items,\u201d this means that you will not be able to spend them until the date listed below the pending deposit.\r\n\r\nOption 2: ebtEDGE mobile app (available on iPhone and Android)\r\n\r\n\r\n\tDownload the ebtEDGE mobile app from the App Store or Google Play Sto


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