Lancer Pride Attendance Expectations | What Not to Do.
The Difference of one Degree
At 211 degrees water is hot.
At 212 degrees water boils.
Boiling water creates steam.
Steam can power a train.
If one small change could change everything would you make that change?
If the difference between graduating from high school and not graduating was just one small change in your behavior would you make that change?
If the difference between a college scholarship and no scholarship at all was a one degree change in how you thought about education would you change your mindset?
If the difference between a good paying job and poverty was one simple habit would it be worth the effort to develop that habit now?
The Difference is that extra one degree.
At Granger we call that one magical degree “Lancer Pride.”
As you watch this video think about what your educational experience might be like if if you were to sho lancer pride through your attendance. Watch these good examples of what is expected of you in attendance.
Granger Attendance Policy
- Tardies – Each student has 10 free tardies per term. Each tardy after 10 results in a $1 fine.
- Unexcused Absences – Every unexcused absence results in a $5 fine. If students are more than ten minutes late it will result in an absence.
- Excused Absences – Parents and guardians must get absences excused within five days of the absence.
- Cell Phones – NO CELL PHONES. Cell phones are part of the Granger attendance policy because responsible use of cell phones is port of being present mentally and physically.
G-Cards and Attendance Mini Lessons
Teachers are encouraged to give students G-cards from time to time when they see them on time and on task. G-Cards can be used to purchase Granger SWAG at the G-Store.
The following mini lessons are used as school wide starts on GTV to help reteach the attendance expectations to the students. These videos are also available in Canvas Commons. Teachers are encouraged to import them into their Canvas Courses and use them as starters periodically to help reinforce positive attendance behavior.
Teachers can find both of these mini lessons in Canvas Commons by searching “Lancer Pride.”‘
Cell Phones Mini Lesson
Tardies Mini Lesson