mandatory. Students are expected to attend class in accordance
with the program's attendance policy.
Students attending both, the Luverne High
School and the Alternative High School are considered part-time
students that may enroll in one class and are required to attend
Alternative School 7 hours per week
Students attending only the Alternative
School are considered full-time students that must enroll in a
minimum of three classes and are required to attend the Alternative
School 21 hours per week. Attendance alone does not constitute
a credit. Students must be actively involved in class to earn
a passing grade. Hours are recorded on a daily time sheet complete
only with a teacher's signature.
Independent Study is available for full-time
Failure to attain hours stated above
will result in the following:
First Offense- A letter of warning
Second Offense- Aletter of warning
is issued and conference with teacher or director (phone call
to parent determined by teacher)
Third Offense- A mandatory two week
Fourth Offense- Will be withdrawn
from school, all materials discarded , and a grade of "F"
All absences should be called in at 283-0075.
There are no excuses. However, a student has the opportunity to
make up the hours the following week to remove the warning from
Readmission to the school is a written
request to re-enroll in the program. A student will be required
to offer reasons as to why it is now possible to comply with the
attendance policy. There will be a three week trial period to
determine continuation in the program.
If the Luverne High School has school,
the Alternative School has school.