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Student Attendance & Social Activism
For those of you that might be unaware of events being organized in social media circles, activists are calling for a school walkout on Friday, April 20th…the 19th anniversary of the Columbine tragedy.
At this point in time, no student group has approached building administration and stated that there is any planned participation by Siuslaw students on April 20th. The National School Walkout website shows no event registered for Siuslaw High School.
This event is not a school sponsored activity.
Social media organizers are calling for students to exit class at 10am, leave campus and not return to school for the remainder of that day in protest of school violence.
As per policy, students not in full attendance during the school day would not be allowed to participate in extra-curricular activities on that day. Since this walkout day is a Friday, policy also states that students are not allowed to participate in Saturday activities. In short, students not in full attendance on April 20th would not be able to participate in any games or meets on Friday the 20th or the school dance on Saturday the 21st. This is a reminder of the attendance policy that has been in place for years and is not unique to this event. For additional details, the full text of the attendance policy can be found in the student-parent handbook on pages 6 through 8 on the SHS website.
Again, this walkout is not a school sponsored activity and no student participation effort is currently known. Leaving school campus does create the potential for safety concerns as the level of supervision would be unknown. Please take time to speak with your children regarding your choice in their potential participation in such an event.
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