How to Reduce Tardy With Safe Pouch

reduce tardy with safe pouch

Most schools have tardy policies, but they are impractical. For example, some schools have a random tardy sweep, where they ask teachers to lock their doors so that other staff will give students detentions. Some schools even go extreme by fining students’ parents.


Some schools would announce when they have their “random” tardy sweep. Some schools gather all students and put them in a lecture room for the entire period. Some ask their teachers to give detentions, refer to administrators, or call homes. Nevertheless, all the above produce little long-term results. They only remind teachers how impractical the policies are, and most teachers pretend to implement them.

Most schools have tardy policies, but they are impractical.

Safe Pouch® proactively addresses all different tardy aspects without wasting teachers’ and others’ staff time and removes any possibility of confrontations. The answer is simple, pouch up any tardy students to classes. It is consistent and clear to all students and staff. It shifts the responsibility to students rather than the teachers or school administrators. Of course, the students may lie, but they would not dare to take it out in class. Altogether, this will save school administrators and teachers time and headaches. It also improves schools’ ADA and saves schools a lot of money.

Safe Pouch® proactively addresses all different tardy aspects without wasting teachers’ and others’ staff time

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