I understand students are expected to arrive in class no later than 8:55 AM and have a proper attitude of learning.
I understand this arrival time provides a student the opportunity to put away his/her belongings, wash his/her hands, ask the staff questions not related to the courses of study, and/or to allow a couple of minutes for the students to visit briefly with peers, then settle into his/her classroom studies in a timely manner.
I understand when students arrive at 8:55 AM or after, he/she will report to the Academy’s designee and sign in instead of disturbing his/her class.
I understand that should students arrive later than 8:55 AM, the classroom work they miss by being tardy (i.e. group and individual instruction time, etc.) will become homework for that evening, so the student will not fall behind in his/her assignments.
I understand I will teach students should they arrive after 8:55 AM, they will keep a school assigned literature book in their book bag to read until 10:00 AM when they join the staff and their peers to participate in the campus devotional and/or the next classroom transition at 10:00 AM (at 9:45 AM on Fridays).
I understand the policy of reporting to the office when late is not to impose a punishment on the late student or embarrass the parent(s). The reward for students who are on time is a quality, uninterrupted, classroom experience that will further emphasize the importance of education to all attendees.
If a student is in grades VPK-2, their parent will escort them to their classroom to complete sign-in and sign-out requirements. Older siblings may be authorized to sign a VPK-2 student in/out from the younger siblings classroom providing it does not cause the older sibling to be late for their class on condition a signed waiver is submitted by the parent.
I understand parents are encouraged to plan for their student to attain a 100% attendance record unless he/she has a fever and/or he/she is considered medically contagious.
I understand parents will submit a doctor’s note to excuse absences lasting longer than 3 consecutive days due to illness.
I understand students will not miss more than eight (8) days of school per year (2 days each quarter) unless extremely ill and/or perhaps hospitalized thereby likewise providing medical validation.
I understand parents are expected to do all they can to schedule any family and/or student vacations around the school calendar thereby assisting the Academy in maintaining a good quality of education for their student(s).
I understand the Academy request parents to pre-plan vacation days in relation to CE@WA's scheduled holidays. Students will pre-complete and pre-submit all schoolwork due during his/hers absence. The work is expected to be in mint condition and properly completed prior to the additional vacation days.