Student Classwork and Homework
Before giving incomplete grades, teachers should see the
principal or assistant principal. If a student receives an “I” on
his/her report card, it means she/he has not completed enough work during
the grading period to receive a grade. To receive a letter grade for a class,
the student will then have to check with the teacher who assigned the “I” and
makeup all required work.
Student Make-Up Work
District policy provides that students, who have excused
absences, including suspensions, may make up work missed. It is the student’s
responsibility to request the work from the teacher. Each teacher should
be prepared to provide specific assignments for students who are absent.
All students who attend a school-related activity will be required to make up all work missed in classes. Teacher sponsors of activities are expected to make this requirement clear to participating students.
If a student is ill or injured and not able to attend
school, we prefer to have the student concentrate on getting well, and wait
until a return to school to get homework assignments. This seems to work
well, especially if there are specific directions or help needed. However,
if a student is going to be absent for an extended time (3 days or more days),
parents may request homework. The office will forward the request to teachers,
and the assignments should be back from the teacher to the office within
24 hours after the request).