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High School Teachers GRADES 9 - 12

Consequences for perennial tardiness!

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Quoting from the Student Parent Handbook (under Resources tab) on tardiness:

TARDINESS
Students are expected to arrive in school on time for their first block each morning. They are expected to arrive on time to all their classes. Students arriving tardy to a class may receive a disciplinary consequence from the teacher. Repeated tardiness will be reported to the Homeroom teacher, Guidance Counselor, and the Upper School Director. A third tardy in one class will have a warning sent home. On the ninth tardy, credit will be lost. A grade will still be received, but no credit will be awarded.

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