A SUCCESSFUL DAY IS DEFINED AS:
A student must be:
1. Present and on time
2. On task and involved in learning
3. Exhibiting acceptable behavior; including Compliance with the dress code.
*ISS - If all work is done and behavior is Acceptable, ISS time will be counted as a Successful day. If not, it will be considered an Unsuccessful day.
A student must be at NAHS all day for the day to be considered successful.
All absences will be made up, regardless of the reason for the absence.
AN UNSUCCESSFUL DAY IS DEFINED AS:
Any absence = unsuccessful (Except... same day, or return with Dr.'s note, or court note)
3rd Tardy = Unsuccessful day
4th Tardy or more = 1 day each
Suspension = each day suspended is unsuccessful
Note - Unsuccessful days include the following:
Absence (unless part day with documented doctor's visit)
Fighting or shoving on campus
Disrespectful to adult
Cursing that is directed to anyone
Passing period violation*
Unsuccessful ISS day
Excessive "arrival" tardies (after two)
Significantly late (15 minutes) "arrival"
Excessive class tardies **(after two)
Dress code violation w/o same day parent response of student correction
Damage to materials, furniture, or facility
Forgetting books/assignment which are not delivered by parents within an hour after notification
Sleeping in class (adminsitration/counselor flexability after investigation)
Refusal to do classwork*
Refusal to obey*
Possession of nuisance item*
Other violations of code as determined by AEP administrative staff
* If written up and sent to office
** Not really a problem, since supervision at passing period eliminates tardies
In school suspension (ISS) days could be successful days if work is completed and behavior is appropriate. This does not include the first day assigned if the infraction occurred on that day.
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