Tardiness: High School and Students

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1 Chapter I Tardiness * Introduction: “Every hour misspent is lost forever, and future years cannot compensate for lost days at this period of your life.”- Anonymous. Tardiness can be broadly defined as missing time over the course of a school day. Students showing signs of dullness and their disengagement from school is apparent in actions and words, observed some students come to school appearing exhausted and half asleep, complaining about how early school begins. They arrive late to school at all hours of the day and appear to have varying attitudes and stories for the attendance monitor regarding their repeated lateness. Many students are tardy because they had turned tardy to be a habit. A tardy …show more content…
Information acquired and provided by students will be used to confirm or negate the feasible causes which were earlier stated. The result of the survey will then contribute insight in planning and drafting of the solutions in addressing the said problems being indentified that needs appropriate action. * Definition of Terms Late: After the usual or expected time; missing time over the course of a school day 6 Discipline Office: Its duties are to hear the students charge and recommend the necessary action to be taken. Punctuality: The characteristic of being able to complete a required task or fulfill an obligation before or at a previously designated time. Tardy/Tardiness: Being late for any measurable length of time past the stated or scheduled start time for work or school. Learning Disability: Decreased functioning in school despite the fact that the student is not mentally retarded or not emotionally disturbed.

7 Chapter II * Body * a. Tardiness A form of misconduct, quality of cominglate or later in time. Always and

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