How do you feel about the new tardy policy at MCHS? |

How do you feel about the new tardy policy at MCHS?

Trey Choice

Freshman Trey Choice:

“It is good because it does gets us to class on time.”

Sophomore Caitlin Harjes:

“It has it’s flaws, but it works.”

Junior Matt Balderston:

“It is cool because it seems there is an incentive to get to class.”

Senior Kelly Ciesco:

“It seems more disruptive having to miss 20 minutes instead of 20 seconds.”

Teacher Amy Hansen:

“It looks like it is working. Most kids are on time.”

Teacher Thomas Duncan:

“It doesn’t cure the people who are habitually tardy to class.”

Teacher Liane Davis-Kling:

“I don’t have any problem with the current tardy policy.”

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