students are expected to attend school regularly and to be on time to
classes in order to derive maximum benefit from the instructional
program and to develop habits of punctuality, self-discipline, and
responsibility. Students who enter a class after the tardy bell are a
disruption to that class.
When the tardy bell rings, students are
expected to be in class to receive instructions for the day. Promptness
is stressed and is expected.
Disciplinary measures may be taken for
excessive tardiness. The range of consequences used may include, but
are not limited to, verbal reprimand, parent conference, detention, and
possibly returning student who has been transferred back to his/her
Parents must send a note indicating the reason for
tardiness, and the tardy student must take that note to the office for
an admit slip.