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  • 1. Tardy Procedures for Students
    Starting 3rd Six Weeks
  • 2. Incentives for No Tardies
    Every two weeks, students who have no tardies will receive a dress down day . The dates are as follows:
    December 3, 2010
    December 17, 2010
    January 14, 2011
    January 28, 2011
    February 11, 2011
    February 25, 2011
    March 11, 2011
    March 25, 2011
    March 29, 2011
    April 8, 2011
    April 21, 2011
    May 6, 2011
    May 20, 2011
  • 3. Consequence
    1st Tardy-Warning
    2nd Tardy-Student Conference and Phone call home
    3rd Tardy-Student Conference and Phone call home stating the future consequences
    4th Tardy-After School Detention. Teacher calls parent to inform
    5th Tardy- Loss of passing period for one day-phone call home
    6th Tardy-Overnight suspension to meet with teacher and/or grade level administrator-phone call home
    7th Tardy-Loss of passing period for two days
    8th Tardy-Loss of Passing Period for three days
    9th Tardy -Loss of Passing Period for one week
    10th tardy-Loss of Passing Period for the rest of the six weeks
  • 4. Consequences
    1st Tardy-Warning
    2nd Tardy-Student Conference and Phone call home
    3rd Tardy-Student Conference and Phone call home stating the future consequences.
  • 5. Consequences
    4th Tardy-Teacher will call home and inform the parent that their child has a detention after school.
    Student will receive a letter to take home and get it signed. Return to teacher who issued it.
    Each grade has a day for detention.
    6th Grade-Tuesday
    7th Grade-Wednesday
    8th Grade-Thursday
  • 6. Consequences
    5th Tardy-student loss of passing period for one day.
    Student will leave class two minutes before the bell.
    Student must report to their next period class before the bell rings.
    If found in the hall, the student will receive a referral for unauthorized location/insubornation.
  • 7. Consequences
    6th Tardy-Overnight suspension to meet with teacher and/or grade level administrator.
    Student is given an overnight suspension letter to take home.
  • 8. Consequences
    7th Tardy-Loss of passing period for two days
    8th Tardy-Loss of Passing Period for three days
    9th Tardy -Loss of Passing Period for one week
    10th tardy-Loss of Passing Period for the rest of the six weeks