Swimming practices for Muslim pupils should be canceled because of the danger of swallowing water during their fast. Likewise, sex ed classes would be inappropriate since boys who have reached puberty are not allowed to have sexual thoughts. What is most striking is that, during the month of Ramadan, teachers are encouraged to reschedule any tests because Muslim pupils are likely to be underperforming during the month.
The guidelines raise an interesting question of the extent to which a school can accommodate religion without entangling state with religion. Postponing tests certainly pushes that line since Ramadan is a practice embraced by students in their private lives. Likewise, it is not clear how the school deals with a one-month delay in a scheduling course like sex ed courses.