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extracurricular activity

  (humorous)
sexual activity, especially when it is secret
Usage notes: Extracurricular activities can also mean things that you do which are not part of your school or college course.
You're looking very tired these days, Ron. Been indulging in too much extracurricular activity?
See also: activity
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For instance, many athletic and extracurricular policies require students to be under a certain age and to meet certain academic requirements.
Extracurricular programs and booster clubs with tables in the quad.
Extracurricular activities play a vital role in many independent schools, whether it is traditional sports such as hockey and rugby, or more unconventional activities such as trips overseas.
Kelley refers to the Extracurricular Activity project as a commentary on the horizon of failed modern utopias, a kickback against the idea of art transforming the world.
Heinz Kohler, the County education director, dismissed the families' concerns, saying, "You and your children are not living in isolation on some island but rather in an environment posing intra- and extracurricular situations where you'll have to accept that your worldview will be curtailed.
A superb tool for teachers as well aspiring actors, directors, and playwrights, Putting On A Show features plays that are free to the public, cheap to produce, as well as an excellent resource for summer school and extracurricular programs especially.
Organized sports and other extracurricular activities can provide great opportunities for this kind of personal growth.
Using supplementary books such as this can be a great pupil saver for intermediate students experiencing the increasing demands of school work and extracurricular activities on their practice time.
It is a steamy, lascivious and realistically chilling novel about how the extracurricular bedroom antics of a contemporary power couple leads to heartache and heartbreak.
However, school practices regarding academic tracking, extracurricular activities, and student mixing by grade can help promote friendships among students of different races.
From California to New Jersey, the extracurricular school groups that perform choreographed movement at athletic events are a reality that private dance studio owners face with a spirit of "if you can't beat them, join them.
The Supreme Court's ruling on June 27, 2002, giving public school authorities the green light to conduct random, suspicious drug testing of all junior and senior high school students wishing to participate in extracurricular activities, teaches by example.
In July, the Supreme Court gave high schools the OK for random drug testing of any student in extracurricular activities ("Expanded Drug Tests in Schools?
Lisa Coons-Andersen of the Florida-based group We 2 Have Parental Rights recommends that same-sex parents not only legally document their life as a family with things such as a will but also create records of parental involvement through photos, school documents, or proof of their participation in their children's extracurricular activities.
The duties of the committee are Participate in the formulation of College policies on extracurricular activities including class organization, athletics, clubs, fraternities, sororities, and all other student organizations and activities; Consider suggestions and complaints of students pertaining to extracurricular matters referred to the Committee when no other channel exists to deal with these matters; participate in the formulation of admission policies such as recruiting, standards of admission, and selection of candidates; receive reports from the Vice President of Student and Administrative Services on student affairs issues and the Vice President for Marketing, Communication and Enrollment on the current student enrollment.