Due dates in the syllabus may change due to individual classroom needs. However, the move will always be later, and the order of activities stay the
Make-up work policy from AMS Handbook, page 9
Work Retrieval when Absent:
Students must submit a formal excuse note from parents or guardians to the front office. The registrar will code attendance
Students are responsible for obtaining the work they missed. Upon the day of return, students are expected to retrieve missed
assignments during advisory or email their teachers to request the work. Should there be no advisory upon the day of return, students
must retrieve work the following regular advisory. Students should request assignments via email if they were unable to travel to all
teachers during advisory.
1. Missing work submissions due to excused absences: Students will have one class period for each class period missed to return the
late/missing work. A plan will be developed for extenuating circumstances and for students in sixth grade ELA due to a
traditional weekly class schedule.
2. Missing work submissions due to unexcused absences: Missing work is due within two (2) school days (not class days). The
count of two (2) school days begins the day the assignment was due.
3. Missing work submissions: Missing work is due within two (2) school day (not class days). The count of two (2) school days
begins the day the assignment was due.
Once students return from an absence, students must first report to the office to turn in their excuse slips. This way, the teachers know they have an excused absence. Teachers will then use the proper make-up work policy on the work you missed.
When it is a student's first day back to school from an absence, student MUST inform the advisory teacher. Once roll call is complete, during p.m. advisory, student will be sent to teachers to retrieve make-up work.