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Willard High School Summer School 2014

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  • 1. WILLARD HIGHWILLARD HIGH SUMMER SCHOOLSUMMER SCHOOL HANDBOOKHANDBOOK 20142014
  • 2. Schedule Session I. June 2nd – 13th Session II. June 16th – 27th 7:30 am – 2:00 pm 7:30 am – 2:00 pm Daily schedule: •11:00 – 11:20 am – Lunch 1 •11:30 – 11:50 am – Lunch 2 •Breaks as assigned
  • 3. Parking & Other Reminders Students who are driving may park in the senior lot All other doors will be locked Use the front doors in the morning You may use the south-east entrances also (commons) Do not go upstairs If you have an IEP or 504 we do not have extra help All rules for the regular school year are enforced
  • 4. Attendance / Tardies Students are only allowed 1 absence during each session. 30 min = one absences Missing more than one day is an immediate F for the Summer School session. 3 tardies = 1 absent (per session)
  • 5. Student Behavior Students are expected to follow the rules and policies stated in the regular school handbook:  Appropriate Clothing – Follow the Dress Code  NO Facial Piercings  No Unnecessary Items (iPods, MP3, Hats, Cell Phones, etc)  No “fast food” at lunch  Lunch is “closed campus”…everyone stays @ WHS Student behavior during summer school is of utmost importance. Students that are referred to the office will most likely be removed from summer school.
  • 6. Student Behavior Students are expected to follow the rules and policies stated in the regular school handbook:  Appropriate Clothing – Follow the Dress Code  NO Facial Piercings  No Unnecessary Items (iPods, MP3, Hats, Cell Phones, etc)  No “fast food” at lunch  Lunch is “closed campus”…everyone stays @ WHS Student behavior during summer school is of utmost importance. Students that are referred to the office will most likely be removed from summer school.