“I chose tardies as my Spring Storytelling because I thought it was an interesting topic to write a story about and also to know how important they are to high school students and how they can affect a student’s education. I want to know if PRHS students think tardies are important and how many tardies they’ve gotten this school year. I will also make an infographic to show the information I have on my topic. I will interview someone to get their opinion on tardies and how many they have or get weekly. When students come late to class it can disrupt the flow of a lecture or a discussion and distract students while learning. Students are expected to be in class with their materials when the bell rings or they will be considered tardy. Students who reach eight unexcused tardies will serve a twenty minute lunch detention. Subsequent tardies will result in additional lunch detentions. Students who receive 20 tardies may be referred to Saturday School. If a student misses Saturday School or a lunch detention may be suspended from class/activity and/or athletic ineligibility. Saturday School is from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. There is also ways of getting students to class on time.