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Tardy Procedure

TARDY PROCEDURE
 
 
It is the responsibility of the student to be in a class on time.  A student is considered tardy if they are not in their seat when the passing bell stops ringing. As per district policy, the Attendance Office will only excuse tardiness if you provide the office with proper documentation in relation to legal matters (court documentation), religious business (official letter from religious institution), medical visit (doctor office note), medical illness (doctor office note).

Any student not in class on time may be subject to the following:
 
TARDIES (per semester per class)
 
Tardy 1-2     Handled by individual teacher.  Teacher assigned detention.
 
Tardy 3-4     Handled by individual teacher. Parent contact made by letter  (documented).  
                   Detention Optional

Tardy 5       Referral to Attendance Director.. Parent contact made by letter.                                                                  2 hour detention assigned (documented)

Tardy 6       Referred to counselor
                   4 hour Saturday School.  Parent Contact.

Tardy 7       Referral to Attendance Director. 4 hour Saturday School/ In-House Suspension
                   Parent contact.
                   Student placed on Attendance Contract 
 
Tardy 8       Referral to Assistant Principal .4 hour Saturday School/In-House Suspension
                   Parent conference.  Attendance Contract/Behavior Contract
 
Tardy 9        Referral to Assistant Principal.  4 hour Saturday School. Parent contact/conference.
                    Loss of student privileges including Senior Lunch Pass.