Tardiness: Late

Tardiness: Late

  • Submitted By: helios252
  • Date Submitted: 02/19/2009 1:57 AM
  • Category: Religion
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Tardiness can be occurring, arriving, acting, or done the scheduled,

expected, or usual time. In other words, late. Moving slowly or sluggish are also

considered as being tardy. As a student, tardiness violates the early report to

school. Students entering a class after it has started disrupt the orderly learning

process and interfere teacher’s teaching and students learning.

According to Sta. Teresa College School Rules and Regulation,

students are required to strictly follow the class schedule and other official class

activities. A student who is in campus but does not attend classes or school

functions will be marked absent.

According to Jefferson County School District R-1, the fourth most

populous in the 64 countries of the State of Colorado of the United States, that

tardiness is defined as the appearance of a student without proper excuse after

the scheduled time that a class begins. Student’s tardiness to class shall be

considered unexcused if it does not fall within one of the reasons for an excused

absence section of this policy. Because of the disruptive nature of tardiness and

the detrimental effect upon the rights of monetary students to uninterrupted

learning, consequences shall be imposed for excessive tardiness.

And according to Eagle county School District, rated as average

good at the branch of “General Education” in Cotopavi, Colorado, attendance is a

key factor in student’s achievement. Thus any absence from school represents

an educational loss to the student. However that some absence are unavoidable.

While according to our research. Tardiness can affect the student’s

academic performances such as failing grades. Tardiness can also be the effect

of some activities. Some activities such as playing PC games or just being lazy

and “happy-go-lucky”. Some reasons can also be related to...

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