Regular school hours are 7:55am to 2:15pm daily. The Main Office is open from 7:30am – 4:00pm. Regular daily attendance and punctuality are necessary for success in school. It is recommended that all medical and/or dental appointments should be scheduled after school or on Saturdays, and all vacations be scheduled around the school schedule. If your child is going to be absent, please call Marshall’s Attendance Office at (909) 397-4532 to report the absence. A note from the parent must accompany the student when he/she returns to school.
Examples of Excused Absences are (including but not limited to): illness, doctor’s appointment, funeral of an immediate family member, religious observance/instruction (must be requested in writing prior to absence and is limited to four hours per semester), etc. Students with Excused absences are permitted to complete make-up homework per Ed. Code 48205.
Examples of Unexcused Absences are (including but not limited to): vacation, personal problems, no transportation, babysitting siblings, etc. Make-up homework is given at the teacher’s(s’) discretion for students with Unexcused absences.
Being on time and ready to learn is the responsibility of each student. When you return from an absence, bring your note and report immediately to the Attendance window to get your Readmit slip. The Attendance window is opened at 7:30 am. You must give your Readmit slip to your 1st period teacher only.
Regular daily attendance and punctuality are necessary for success in school. All students are required to be on time for school every day and for each period. Effective the first day of school, Marshall’s Tardy Policy is as follows:
- Students must be in their classrooms when the tardy bell rings. If a student is out of their class at the tardy bell they will be required to obtain a tardy slip from the Attendance window before they will be permitted to enter their class. Students tardy to Periods 2 – 6 will be issued a one (1) hour same-day detention. Parents will be notified via InTouch call of their student’s detention.