Mannion Middle School believes all students should be on-time for school and each class period throughout the school day.
In the event that a student is late to class, he or she is expected to go directly to class. Tardy students will complete the electronic tardy log in the teacher’s classroom. This information will be tracked by the deans office which will document the students’ movement on the tardy policy’s progressive discipline plan.
The tardy policy’s progressive discipline plan is:
- 1st Tardy: Warning
- 2nd Tardy: Warning
- 3rd Tardy: Lunch Detention/Parent Contact
- 4th Tardy: Dean’s Detention/Parent Contact
- 5th Tardy: 1 Day of IHS/Parent Contact
- 6th Tardy: 2 Days of IHS/Parent Contact
If a student is late to school, and escorted into the office by a parent or guardian, the student will still receive a tardy, but will not receive consequences as part of the tardy policy’s progressive discipline plan. In addition, students with a note from a doctor’s office will still be marked tardy, but will not receive consequences as part of the tardy’s progressive discipline plan.
As always, any student that is over 30 minutes late to class will be considered absent. The absent may be excused with a doctor’s note or a signed note from a parent or guardian.