Tardy sweeps will officially begin Monday, Aug. 31, 2015. Classroom instruction begins promptly at 8:50 am. The consequences for being late are:
1st tardy Warning
2nd 1 day of lunch detention
3rd tardy 2 days of academic support and phone call home
4th tardy 3 days of academic support
5th tardy community service
6th tardy in person parent conference
7th Saturday school
It is important for students to be in class, every day on time ready to learn.
When the newly minted freshman class met me for the first time Aug. 13 for Jump Start Day, I asked them to place their hands over their hearts and take this pledge.
I will be my very best and do my very best, each and every day.
This is the pledge I am asking not just freshmen but every single student on this campus to make. Here is how you as parents, guardians and community members can help our students do and be their best:
As we kick off a new school year full of hope and anticipation, I challenge every one of us involved in education to help find ways to get inside students’ head to push them to turn up the knob that regulates their quality and effort. Let’s take time this school year to explore ways to promote an ethic of excellence, which means higher standards for both student behavior and work. Together, let’s encourage our students not just take the pledge, but live the pledge, each and every day.
Mrs. Mary Massey, lead principal