RMS-CES Tardy Policy
Students are expected to report to class on-time and prepared every hour. Students who arrive tardy unexcused will be marked in campus. The consequences for tardies include:
wRight Choice Program
Unfortunately suspension is needed for some discipline cases in schools to maintain a safe learning environment for students. But how does keeping a student out of school or the classroom, help that student learn from his or her mistakes?
We are fortunate this year to be a part of an alternative suspension program called wRight Choice. Located in the lower-level of the Buffalo Courthouse, wRight Choice is an alternative to suspension for Wright County students in grades 6-12. Students attending wRight Choice can keep up on their schoolwork with help from a licensed teacher. The day is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. with the morning devoted to academic support and the afternoons alternating between probation; presentations about chemical health, children's mental health and public health; truancy intervention; and community service.
Principals have to recommend or parents have to request that a student attend the program. Those attending wRight Choice are expected to write a "restorative justice letter" that is submitted to the school and families. Students write about what they did, who it affected, how it harmed people and what they learned.
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