Tardy Policy

  • (Revised 1/16)
     
    To fully maximize students’ instructional time, Central Junior High will be instituting the following policy beginning January 5, 2016. 
     

    Central Junior High Tardy Policy

     

    • Students who are not in their room when the last bell has stopped ringing will be considered tardy.
    • All tardies are counted unless the student has a pass from a staff member.
    • Records of tardies will be kept by each teacher.
    • Two (2) tardies constitute an absence and will be counted as such in conjunction with the attendance policy.

     

    Excessive tardies may result in disciplinary action as outlined in the following policy:

    1st Tardy:  Warning and documentation of tardy by teacher.
    2nd Tardy: Teacher contacts parent/guardian and conducts student conference.
    3rd Tardy:  Teacher contacts parent/guardian and assigns 1 day of detention or other teacher-assigned discipline. 
    4th Tardy:  Teacher contacts parent/guardian and assigns 2 days of detention or other teacher-assigned discipline.
    5th Tardy:  Office referral (Typically, student will be assigned 1 day of In-School-Detention (ISD) and parent/guardian will be contacted.)
    6th Tardy:  Office referral (Typically, student will be assigned 3 days of ISD and parent =/guardian will be contacted.)
    7th Tardy:  Office referral (Typically, student will be assigned Out-of-School Suspension and/or the above and parent/guardian will be contacted)  
     
    Additionally, any student who does not report to his/her respective lunch period immediately following the lunch bell may receive disciplinary action in conjunction with this policy.