Restore intervention time at Wasatch High School
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Intervention time at Wasatch High School is a 20 minute period of time after some classes that allows additional time for completing passed assignments while in a classroom setting. Teachers may also use this time to expand more on there lessons, provide additional help to students who need it, or as motivation to reach a specific grade, or to be on time to class. Teachers may release students during this time if they feel the student has earned the privilege.
This privilege has been abused time and time again by some students by vandalizing, making a mess of the commons, etc...
The Wasatch High School Administration has decided to take away this privilege from all students to prevent it from being abused. Many students have reported already being tardy to classes and not having enough time to get assistance from teachers due to the lack of intervention time.
Restoring intervention time would allow more time for students to get help from teachers, provide motivation to be to class on time, and be an overall improvement to Wasatch High School. I believe taking the privilege from those who abuse it is a better solution then taking it from everyone.
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