Policies are great, but I like Larry Browns old adage of, ...having a few rules...but a helluva lotta suggesstions. I feel pretty strongly that whateverMessage 1 of 9 , May 13, 2007View SourcePolicies are great, but I like Larry Browns old adage of, "
...having a few rules...but a helluva lotta suggesstions."
I feel pretty strongly that whatever policies are put into place
that they should be consistent with those in place for other
co-curricular activities such as band, cheerleading, debate, drama,
Remember that kids might miss class for doctors, dentists, or
physical therapy appointments, field trips, funerals, or visiting
Aunt Dottie in the hospital. Where do you draw the line?
--- philip russell <russhoops@...> wrote:
> We are trying to establish some policies at our High School, forRay Lokar http://www.basketball4all.net
> attendance. Currently we have left attendance problems with our
> coaching staffs, but now our administration wants to get involved
> and established some hard and fast rules. I was wondering if any
> of the coaches on line have any requirement policies that we might
> consider? How many unexcused absences, how many tardies? Can you
> miss class at all on game days, etc.
> Phil Russell
> Ogden High School
> Girls Basketball
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