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Tardy Policy

 


 PATRICK HENRY HIGH SCHOOL TARDY PROCEDURES 2018-2019


IMPORTANT NOTE:  ASD will start on September 6th (to coincide with tutoring).

Students are tardy if they are not inside the classroom at the bell.  All teachers are expected to usher students into their classroom at the warning bell and to consistently apply the following progression of consequences. IMPORTANT NOTE:  If the student arrives to class later than 5 minutes (based on the time the bell rings or written pass to class), the teacher will submit a referral to the student’s corresponding hall administrator for skipping and ignore the steps below (Refer to ‘Skipping Process below’).


First tardy – warning and conference with student

Second tardy – warning and conference with student with the specific notification that Lunch Detention will be assigned upon the next tardy. Teachers are to contact parents and document efforts in Synergy.  

Subsequent tardies - the teacher will assign the student Lunch Detention.


Students who skip lunch detention, are disruptive, refusing to follow directions, and/or have to be asked to leave – assignment of After school detention including the following steps:


4th through 6th Tardies – same process as above.

7th tardy - same process as above.  The teacher will notify the corresponding hall administrator and guidance counselor about the excessive tardies.


Tardies will be reset at the end of the semester.  



CHRONIC TARDY LIST

**This portion is only in regards to students who are assigned the same lunch detention by multiple teacher.**


PROCEDURE FOR STUDENTS SKIPPING

  • ϖ For any student arriving to class later than 5 minutes (based on the time the bell rings or written pass to class), the teacher will submit a referral to the student’s corresponding hall administrator for skipping.



RULES FOR ASD

1. Students must arrive by 3:45 pm based on the hallway clock and released at 4:40 pm.  Students will not be admitted late or allowed to leave early.

2. Students must sit in the seats assigned to them by the supervising teacher.

3. No cell phones.

4. No food.

5. No talking.

6. No sleeping.

7. No exits.  Students have time for bathroom breaks and water before ASD begins.

 

 

CONSEQUENCES FOR FAILURE TO SERVE ASD OR ABIDE BY RULES IN ASD.

1. If a student becomes disruptive, the teacher will ask the student to leave immediately.  The teacher will write a summary of the disruptive behavior in the ‘School use only’ comment box for the assigned Hall administrator to review.

2. Lisa Painter emails teachers and administrators After School Detention attendance.

3. Lisa Painter distributes pink copy of detention form to the student’s Hall Office through interoffice mail.

4. Hall administrators will contact parents and assign in-school detention (ISD) for the respective block to those students that skip ASD.


5. If the student does not serve the assigned single block of ISD, the student will be assigned a full day of ISD.


6. If a student fails to serve or is removed from ISD, out of school suspension (OSS) will be assigned. Administrators will work with parents as an intervention prior to the termination of ISD and assignment of OSS.

7. Note:  If the student is asked to leave/removed from ASD due to disruptive behavior, the Hall Office administrator determines course of action for those student’s assigned to their hall office.

8. Note:  If an administrator calls a parent who says they did not get notice and notice cannot be verified, the administrator has the discretion to allow ONE reschedule date and will let the teacher know.