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Tardies, Cuts, and use of time

Parents and Students,

We are working to ensure students know how to use time effectively and are accountable for their use of time. We teach students about the importance of time and students are receiving detentions for being late to class, cutting class, and minor discipline infractions such as disrupting class and not using their time effectively.

-Students receive a paper copy of the detentions on Mondays for the past weeks infractions.

-Parents and students can see documentation of served and unserved detentions on Aeries under the Guidance menu Discipline Item. 

-Students can serve detentions before school, at lunch, and after school in the office. Some teachers will allow students to serve detention with them and do homework or help them in their classrooms. 

-If a student reaches 10 or more unserved detentions, they will be assigned to Saturday School. The next Saturday School is scheduled for October 27th from 8:00 am to 12:00. Students attending Saturday School will spend 2 hours working around the campus and 2 hours doing class work. Serving a Saturday School will eliminate all unserved detentions. 

-If a student does not serve an assigned Saturday School, they will be ineligible for participation in all school activities including athletics until the next scheduled Saturday School. 

Please see this document for more details: 



First Quarter Progress Grades are now AVAILABLE

The first quarter progress grades are now complete and available for viewing on your student and parent Aeries Portal. You can view the progress grades under the grades menu item. Please call the office or email teachers if you have questions or concerns about these progress grades. To see the details of the individual grade books, look under the grade book details in the grades menu item. You can also watch an Aeries Grades tutorial at this link: Aeries Grades Tutorial 

New Tardy and attendance process

Please Review this document - WHS Attendance Process

Student Attendance Matters

Weed High School is committed to providing all students with an engaging and enjoyable educational experience so they can prepare for their future career and college experiences. Student attendance matters. Last year over 20% of our students were Chronically absent, meaning they missed more than 10% or 16 days of school. As a school community, we must improve this so our call to action is to ensure all students work to achieve an absenteeism rate of less than 5% or 8 days per school year. We need to work together to accomplish this for our students. Please start by reviewing  the following documents that outline the importance of attendance and how we can work to achieve this important goal for our students. 

Air Quality 

The smoky conditions are hazardous to the health of our students and staff. We are using the AirNow website that has monitoring stations in Weed and Mount Shasta to determine if it is safe to practice or have a outdoor competition. If the reading on the AirNow site is above (AQI) 150 Unhealthy, we will not have outdoor practice or competition. You can view the live monitoring at the AirNow site here: https://airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=topics.smoke_wildfires









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