Hoover Proactive Policies Non-Negotiables
Re Respect oneself, and the school environment
c. Littering on campus is prohibited and will be subject to detention or lunch clean up
4. Electronic Devices
a. Electronic devices are prohibited during hours of instruction both “inside or outside of the classroom”
5. Attendance Policy
a. 6 absences = Possible class failure
b. 2 tardies = Absence
c. If 30 minutes late – absence
d. 6 Unexcused absences can be made up only through Saturday school
e. Excused absences made up through the teacher only
6. Tardy Policy (Student Tardy Policy, more information)
a. 1 tardy: Teacher counsels student
b. 2 tardies: Teacher counsels student. Teacher contacts parent. (Use Blackboard messaging end of school day)
c. 3 tardies: Teacher telephones parent, lowers citizenship grade,and may assign classroom detention.
d. 4 tardies: Teacher refers student to Dean of Students or Attendance Coordinator who telephones/contacts home and requests parent involvement or assistance. Student is assigned one hour detention by attendance office staff, V.P., or Dean of Students. Citizenship grade is again lowered.
e. 5 tardies: Teacher refers student to Dean of Students who calls home and assigns 2 hours of detention.
f. 6 tardies: Student referred to Dean of Students. Parent contacted and conference may be held. Saturday school is assigned.
g. 7 +tardies: Referral to V.P. for disciplinary action. Conference may be held with Attendance Intervention Team.
a. Passes are required on campus
b. No passes during the first/last 10 minutes
8. No Gang Related Behavior
a. All gang related behavior dress and clothing is unacceptable.
b. All behaviors will be documented and referred to school police and SDPD.
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1. Time / Be Prepared
2. Dress Code