FAQs for NFA Evening School
A student who misses three or more class meetings is considered excessively absent and may not meet requirements for earning credit. The evening high school lead administrator, guidance counselor and teacher(s) review cases of absenteeism to create intervention plans that include parent and student input. The team comprised of the teacher, counselor, parent, and administrator, will decide whether or not credit can be awarded at the end of each quarter.
Regular day school conduct and dress requirements are in effect. Serious and/or repeated violations of school rules and regulations may be sufficient reason for disciplinary action. Smoking or possession of tobacco products is not permitted on school property or at school-sponsored events.
Any scholar is eligible to enroll in the evening program if basic or minimum requirements around core courses have been met. For example: If this is your first year in ninth grade you are not eligible to attend evening school. If this is your second year of ninth grade you are eligible to enroll. Counselors will review your records and determine which courses you will need to complete graduation requirements.
- Any student that does not have a schedule and has been made active in the evening campus calendar will be dropped from the calendar.
- Any student beginning Jan. 31. Evening counselor MUST contact the day Counselor before a student is dropped via email, phone, or visit. If there is a conflict within point of view, Ms. Wood will contact Dr. Spindler to determine whether or not the student will be dropped that was a no show for credit recovery (CR) courses.. They will not have enough credit hours to recover the course credit and need to register for Semester 2.
- Any student who has dropped a full-year course from the day program and agreed to take this course in the evening program and is a no show MUST stay enrolled in the course. Their grade will reflect a zero until work is submitted and the students start attending class in the evening program. Counselors would be communicating around these situations and documenting parent communications in PLP.
- Students can enroll in Quarterly Credit Recovery if they have failed a quarter in a course.
- Students can enroll in courses as tiered support and audit the course to assist with their day program courses.
- If students are unenrolling in the day program and enrolling into the evening program quarter one grades will be transferred and the evening campus teacher will begin with quarter 2 grades.
- Some things to consider- if they have less than a 50 they should be enrolled in a full year course not CR.