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Make Up Assignments

Make Up Assignments

The only absences for which work cannot be made up are unexcused absences, truancies, and second or subsequent suspensions.

All other work is to be made up or a failing grade is recorded.  THE STUDENT IS TO BE GIVEN TIME EQUAL TO THE NUMBER OF SCHOOL DAYS MISSED.  If prior to an absence a student knows that an assignment is due during the time of the student's absence, the assignment is due upon the return of the student, and before the absence begins, if feasible.  If in the opinion of the counselor and teacher this should be extended, it may be increased.

The student, after his/her illness, is responsible for making up all the assignments and tests given during his/her absence.  Students should see each teacher to get their assignments as soon as possible.  All assignments should be made up promptly.  Tests are made up according to arrangements made by the teacher or the teacher’s policy.


Teachers are required to issue progress reports indicating unsatisfactory work or conduct.  The teacher gives these reports to the student. It is the student's responsibility to have a parent sign the report.  The student must then return the signed progress report to the teacher the following day.  Students should understand that the issuance of a progress report is very real evidence of academic or citizenship deficiencies.  All effort should be made to deal with problems as soon as they occur.  Citizenship grades will be lowered if progress reports are not returned promptly.  

Official grades are issued at the end of the first and second semesters.  Progress report cards are issued at the end of the first and third quarters.  With the exception of physical education or athletic classes, progress report card grades do not go on the student’s transcript.  If parents do not receive report cards within approximately two weeks of the end of each grading period, they should contact the counseling office.  Semester report cards are mailed, progress report cards are sent home with the student.


The purpose of the electronic bulletin is to distribute general information and news to the entire student body and parents.  The bulletin is read in Homeroom on Tuesday only.   All notices must pertain to school activities and be approved by the Assistant Principal before they will be published.  Clubs must email announcements to the advisor for approval.  Once the advisor approves it, the advisor will forward it to the APO by 1:00 p.m. the day before they are to appear.  The bulletin will also be posted on the San Marino High School web site at  HYPERLINK "http://www.sanmarinohs.org" www.sanmarinohs.org where you may also subscribe to receive it electronically via Constant Contact.