• Come to school and attend all scheduled classes/study halls
    • You must maintain a “C” or higher in all classes or a structured study hall will be assigned until you meet the structured study hall guidelines
    • Attendance is a critical component of school success.  If the student has 3 unexcused absences from school, a required conference with the Director of the Career and Technical Center to determine eligibility with the program
    • Any day you do not come to school due to illness, suspension, or any other reason, you are not allowed to go to work
    • Appropriate behavior and completion of assignments in all classes is expected to maintain enrollment



    • Participate in class activities and be polite and respectful
    • If the student receives a failing grade in the DO/Capstone class they will receive a failing grade for both, work and class for that marking period
    • To earn the three credits, you are required to pass the DO/Capstone class and work a minimum 612 hours for the school year (average of 17 hours per week)
    • Attendance at the Annual Employer Appreciation Banquet is expected of all Work Experience students
    • You will also be expected to participate and do your best on the state-mandated Pre-NOCTI and NOCTI assessment.



    • Attend work as scheduled and notify the supervisor, in advance of school/personal obligations
    • Be polite, respectful and honest with coworkers, supervisors and customers
    • Prior approval from your classroom teacher is required if you change your employment site
    • If a change in job status occurs, the student will have two weeks to gain employment. If employment is not acquired a student’s schedule will be changed to remain in school all day in a structured study hall until employment is obtained.
    • If a student is terminated, or does not provide a two week notice to the employer, they will receive a failing grade for both work and class for that marking period
    • If a second job is necessary, contact your instructor to discuss the situation



Last Modified on September 19, 2019