Education, Curriculum - As enacted, requires the office of coordinated school health, in the department of education, to report to the general assembly by August 1, 2012, on the implementation of the requirement of each LEA to integrate at least 90 minutes of physical activity per week into the instructional school day for elementary and secondary school students. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 6.
Companion bill has been assigned Public Chapter Number 245 by the Secretary of State.
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  • Actions For SB1833Date
    Comp. became Pub. Ch. 24505/25/2011
    Sponsor(s) Added.05/09/2011
    Am. withdrawn.(Amendment 1 - SA0443)05/09/2011
    Comp. HB Subst (sends SB to dead bill file)05/09/2011
    Placed on Senate Regular Calendar cal. for 5/9/201105/06/2011
    Rec. for pass. w/ am., ref. to S. Cal. Comm. Ayes 8, Nays 0 PNV 005/04/2011
    Placed on S. Ed. Comm. cal. for 5/4/201104/27/2011
    P2C, ref. to S. Ed. Comm.02/24/2011
    Intro., P1C.02/23/2011
    Filed for intro.02/17/2011
    Actions For HB0009Date
    Pub. Ch. 245 05/25/2011
    Effective date(s) 07/01/1105/25/2011
    Signed by Governor.05/23/2011
    Transmitted to Governor for his action.05/11/2011
    Signed by S. Speaker05/11/2011
    Signed by H. Speaker05/10/2011
    Enrolled; ready for sig. of H. Speaker.05/10/2011
    Passed S., Ayes 33, Nays 005/09/2011
    S. Subst. HB for comp. SB.05/09/2011
    Rcvd. from H., P1C.05/05/2011
    Engrossed; ready for transmission to Sen.05/04/2011
    Sponsor(s) Added.05/04/2011
    Passed H., as am., Ayes 93, Nays 5, PNV 1 05/04/2011
    H. adopted am.(Amendment 1 of 0 - HA0315)05/04/2011
    H. Placed on Regular Calendar for 5/4/201104/28/2011
    Placed on cal. Calendar & Rules Committee for 4/28/201104/27/2011
    Rec. for Pass. if Am. ref. to: Calendar & Rules Committee04/26/2011
    Placed on cal. Education Committee for 4/26/201104/20/2011
    Rec. for pass. if am. by s/c ref. to Education Committee04/20/2011
    Sponsor(s) Added.04/20/2011
    Placed on s/c cal Education Subcommittee for 4/20/201104/13/2011
    Action Def. in s/c Education Subcommittee to 4/20/201104/13/2011
    Placed on s/c cal Education Subcommittee for 4/13/201104/06/2011
    Action Def. in s/c Education Subcommittee to 4/20/201104/06/2011
    Placed on s/c cal Education Subcommittee for 4/6/201103/30/2011
    Action Def. in s/c Education Subcommittee to 4/13/201103/30/2011
    Placed on s/c cal Education Subcommittee for 3/30/201103/23/2011
    Action Def. in s/c Education Subcommittee to 3/30/201103/16/2011
    Placed on s/c cal Education Subcommittee for 3/16/201103/10/2011
    Action def. in s/c Education Subcommittee to 3/16/11 03/09/2011
    Sponsor(s) Added.03/03/2011
    Placed on s/c cal Education Subcommittee for 3/9/201103/02/2011
    Assigned to General Sub of Education 01/21/2011
    Ref. to Education Committee 01/13/2011
    P2C held on desk pending the appointment of standing committees.01/12/2011
    Intro., P1C.01/11/2011
    Filed for intro.01/07/2011
  • AmendmentsFiscal Memos
    SA0443Amendment 1-1 to SB1833 
    AmendmentsFiscal Memos
    HA0315Amendment 1-1 to HB0009 

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    Bill Summary

    ON MAY 4, 2011, THE HOUSE ADOPTED AMENDMENT #1 AND PASSED HOUSE BILL 9, AS AMENDED.

    AMENDMENT #1 rewrites the bill.

    Under present law, it is the duty of each LEA to integrate at least 90 minutes of physical activity per week into the instructional school day for elementary and secondary school students. Opportunities to engage in physical activity may include walking, jumping rope, playing volleyball or other forms of physical activity that promote fitness and well-being.

    This amendment requires the office of coordinated school health, in the department of education, to report to the general assembly by August 1, 2012, on the implementation of the present law requirement described above. The report must contain at least the following information:
    (1) The percentage of public schools that integrate at least 90 minutes of physical activity per week into the instructional school day;
    (2) The types of physical activities that are used to meet the physical activity requirement;
    (3) Any barriers that have limited full compliance with the physical activity requirement;
    (4) Innovative methods that schools use to comply with the physical activity requirement;
    (5) The ranking of Tennessee schools in providing physical activity and physical education as compared to other states;
    (6) Relevant data or studies that link physical activity or physical education to academic performance in students;
    (7) Relevant data or studies showing whether increased physical activity or physical education lead to better health outcomes;
    (8) The annual percentage of increase or decrease in compliance with the physical activity requirement in school districts with an average daily membership of 25,000 or more students; and
    (9) An overall summary and a set of recommendations to promote active living in the youth of this state, including suggestions for increasing compliance with the physical activity requirement that can be implemented with minimal cost.

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  • House Floor and Committee Votes

    HB0009 by Moore - FLOOR VOTE: AS AMENDED PASSAGE ON THIRD CONSIDERATION 5/4/2011
    Passed
              Ayes...............................................93
              Noes................................................5

              Representatives voting aye were: Alexander, Armstrong, Bass, Brooks H, Brooks K, Brown, Campbell, Camper, Carr, Casada, Casada, Cobb, Coley, Cooper, Curtiss, Dean, DeBerry J, DeBerry L, Dennis, Dunn, Elam, Eldridge, Evans, Favors, Fitzhugh, Fitzhugh, Floyd, Ford, Forgety, Gilmore, Gotto, Halford, Hall, Hardaway, Harmon, Harrison, Harwell, Hawk, Hawk, Haynes, Hensley, Hill, Hurley, Johnson C, Johnson C, Johnson P, Jones S, Keisling, Kernell, Lollar, Lundberg, Maggart, Marsh, Matheny, Matlock, McCormick, McCormick, McDaniel, McDaniel, McDonald, McManus, Miller L, Montgomery, Moore, Naifeh, Niceley, Odom, Parkinson, Pitts, Powers, Pruitt, Ramsey, Rich, Richardson, Roach, Sanderson, Sargent, Sexton, Shaw, Shepard, Shipley, Sontany, Sparks, Stewart, Swann, Tidwell, Tindell, Todd, Towns, Turner J, Turner M, Watson, Weaver, White, Williams K, Williams R, Windle, Wirgau, Womick, Mr. Speaker Harwell, Mr. Speaker Naifeh, Mr. Speaker Williams K -- 93.
              Representatives voting no were: Butt, Faison, Holt, Miller D, Pody -- 5.

              HB0009 by Moore - HOUSE CALENDAR & RULES COMMITTEE:
    Recommended for passage - refer to: House Regular Calendar 1 4/28/2011
              Voice Vote - Ayes Prevail

              HB0009 by Moore - HOUSE EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION & PLANNING COMMITTEE:
    Recommended for passage w/amendments- refer to: Calendar & Rules Committee 4/26/2011
              Voice Vote - Ayes Prevail Rep.(s) Ragan requested to be recorded as voting No

              HB0009 by Moore - HOUSE EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION & PLANNING SUBCOMMITTEE:
    Recommended for passage w/amendments- refer to: Education Committee 4/20/2011
              Voice Vote - Ayes Prevail

    Senate Floor and Committee Votes

    Senate moved to substitute and conform to HB0009

    HB0009 by Moore - FLOOR VOTE: THIRD CONSIDERATION 5/9/2011
    Passed
              Ayes...............................................33
              Noes................................................0

              Senators voting aye were: Barnes, Beavers, Bell, Berke, Burks, Campfield, Crowe, Faulk, Finney L, Ford, Gresham, Harper, Haynes, Henry, Herron, Johnson, Kelsey, Ketron, Kyle, Marrero, McNally, Norris, Overbey, Ramsey, Roberts, Southerland, Stewart, Summerville, Tate, Tracy, Watson, Woodson, Yager, Mr. Speaker McNally, Mr. Speaker Ramsey -- 33.

    SB1833 by Herron - SENATE EDUCATION COMMITTEE:
    Recommended for passage w/amendments- refer to: S. Cal. Comm. 5/4/2011
    Passed
              Ayes................................................8
              Noes................................................0

              Senators voting aye were: Berke, Burks, Gresham, Kelsey, Summerville, Tate, Tracy, Woodson -- 8.