Lake Brantley High School
HERO Tardy Tracking Program
LBHS trial run will begin the week of January 8th-January 12th. Students will work with the administration, security personnel, teachers, and clerical to learn the new HERO tardy tracking system. Starting Wednesday, January 10th students must obtain a tardy pass in order to be admitted into the classroom after the bell. January 10th – 12th students will receive warnings and must have a HERO pass to enter class.
Effective Monday January 15th, Lake Brantley High School will be using the HERO tardy tracking program to track student tardies. Tardies will now be cumulative! This is the biggest change. (It doesn’t matter what period the tardy is in during the day.)
Tardy/Dress Code Consequences:
1st Tardy: Warning
2nd Tardy: 1 hour detention
3rd Tardy: 2 hour detention
4th Tardy: Saturday School
5th Tardy +: Referral
Tardies will reset again every nine weeks.
When students are late to their classes they can either see an administrator/security personnel in the courtyard or go to building 1 or 6 (whichever is closest) to receive their pass/consequence.
Building 6 Hero Port for Hero pass – Buildings 6, 7, 8, 5, Back Portables 1-10
Building 1 Hero Port for Hero pass – Buildings 3, 1, Front Portables 11-14
Mobile Hero Ports – Courtyard Administrator/Security Personnel
Teachers must lock their doors. Tardy students will not be allowed to enter their class without a HERO pass. Teachers are asked to put the provided sign on their door so that students know where to go to get their HERO pass. Upon entering the class with the HERO pass, students must present the pass to the teacher to acknowledge and highlight. This will prevent students from reusing it in another class (like Wal-Mart when you leave with merchandise).
Teachers are also asked to abide by the 1st 10 last 10 Freeze Time Rule - meaning students will need to remain in class unless it is an emergency.