Every School Day Counts

Being late to school may not seem like it would have much effect on your child’s learning – but it does.  

Over one school year, being 12 minutes late for school each day adds up to being absent from school for a total of 8 days.

Being late for class is not only disruptive for your child, but for other students as well.  According to research, the most productive learning time of the day is in the morning; therefore children need to arrive on time ready to settle into their school work.

Allowing your child to be late for school can form a life time habit of being late.  Attending school regularly and arriving on time helps kids prepare for the real world, where you are expected to turn up every day and on time.

If there are any issues with your child arriving at school on time, please contact the school.