There are seven late start days throughout the school year where classes start at 10:30 AM. This allows staff to collaborate once a month with professional development and discuss how to best meet the needs of our students and reach our school goals.
This year, most late start days will have students see all classes for an abreviated period of time. It is important that students attend each of our late start days and we ask that you treat them as you would a regular school day. Two late start days will be designated as Health Curriculum days with lessons focused on required comprehensive health standards. Students will rotate through ten lessons that will be fulfilling state mandated health education requirements. Please see the attachment for all information on Late Start and Health Curriculum days.