ACADEMIC STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES
Students on co-curricular activities who fail more than one course
in a marking period are declared ineligible and placed on academic
probation. This probation begins on the day the quarter failure
lists are produced.
Coaches or advisors will notify students who are placed on academic
probation immediately. Parents will also be notified. A student may
request a hearing with the Appeals Committee.
student on academic probation may not participate in any contest,
meeting, or special event for a period of tow weeks. During this
two-week probation, students are encouraged to work hard to pull up
any and all failing averages. A student will pick up a reinstatement
form from the office.
Students may practice/participate in no more than 50% of scheduled
meetings during this probation period. The other 50% of the time
they should be seeking help, making up work, studying, doing
research, etc. as appropriate. This 50% practice is to be determined
by the coach.
the conclusion of the two-week probation, a student may be taken off
probation if the student takes a reinstatement form to the teacher
or teachers of the courses he/she failed and, the teacher states
that they are now passing and in good standing.
after two weeks the academic standard is not achieved, probation
continues until such time the standard is reached.
faculty and committee members will receive a copy of the
student on the ineligible list as a result of two or more failures
during the 4th quarter goes on a five-week probationary period in
the fall of the following year. If at the five-week mark, a student
on probation has more than one failure regardless
of the course, he/she will immediately go on the regular two-week
ineligible step (see #2). If he/she is in good academic standing,
he/she is taken off the probation list.
If one of the two courses failed is a quarter or semester course
that will not be rescheduled, the student will be placed on
five-week probation immediately. The student will follow the rule
pertaining to 4th quarter failures.