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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:

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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