LCHS Attendance and Discipline Procedures
Night School: Night School (after-school detention) operates every Wednesday and Thursday from 2:45 pm until 4:15 pm in a designated LCHS classroom.
Students that are assigned Night School will not be admitted after 2:45 pm and are expected to quietly study while in attendance. One session of Saturday School will result for any student who fails to attend or is asked to leave during Night School because of inappropriate behavior.
Saturday School: Saturday School (Saturday detention) operates from 8:00 am until 10:00 am every Saturday in the LCHS Library and will be monitored by a LCHS staff member.
Students that are assigned Saturday School will not be admitted after 8:00 am and are expected to quietly study while in attendance. A One Day In-School Suspension will result for any student who fails to attend or is asked to leave during Saturday School because of inappropriate behavior.
In-School Suspension: In-School Suspension (ISS) is an existing strategy for students who have had a serious discipline or attendance infraction. Students will spend the entire day in the ISS room, which is located in the Attendance Office. Students will be required to study quietly and work on any school work that has been collected for the day. Students who are disruptive or behavior issues will be suspended out of school.
Consequences for Attendance Issues
Unexcused Absence (skipping): Students caught skipping class will typically be given one Night School for their first offense. Additional occurrences of skipping by a student will result in Saturday School or ISS.
Tardies: Unexcused tardies are tracked on a monthly basis for each student. The following table shows the consequences for total unexcused tardies accumulated from all classes within one calendar month:
Saturday School per Occurrence