Students to be rewarded for being on time
Last updated 11/15/2007 at Noon
A new program initiated by Fallbrook Union High School (FUHS) will reward students who come to school on time, says John Hayek, assistant principal.
More than 1,000 FUHS students are tardy each week. It’s a staggering number, considering the achievements goals set for schools by the state and federal government – goals schools struggle to meet in the face of parental criticism and penalties imposed by No Child Left Behind and other legislation.
“Students arriving late to class are not only unprepared for class, but they distract the important anticipatory set taking place as the tea...