A student is considered late to class if they are not in class when the bell goes.
When a student is late to class they will be given the following consequences:
A student is considered late to homegroup if they are not in homegroup when the bell goes.
When a student is late to homegroup they will be given the following consequences:
A student is considered late to school if they arrive at school after homegroup has finished.
When late to school a student is required to sign in at the front office.
If the student has a signed note from home they will receive a late pass stamp in their planner.
When a student is late to school, and does not present a signed note from home they will be required to see their Team Leader.
When a student is late to school without a note, the Team Leaders may give students the following consequences:
Continual student lateness will require a meeting with the Assistant Principal.
All students’ lateness will be documented and this information could be used in term and semester reports.
Lateness to school is recorded as a half day absence for VCE students.
Book Club has given me a great chance to express my thoughts and opinions of the books I read. It has given me a great opportunity to read more, learn about new books and provided me with a wider range of books to read. In Book Club we go on excursions, such as going to the city to meet authors, which also gives us a chance to buy new books. A current event in Book Club is the ‘Reader’s Cup’ which is where we compete against other teams at a quiz night, answering questions about certain books we have read. Then we present our findings of the books in any creative way we like. An upcoming event will be a visit to the cinemas to watch a film related to a book the majority of us have read. This club has really helped me with my reading and choices of books to read. I am having a great time in Book Club and enjoy attending our weekly meetings.