ATTENDANCE – STUDENTS
Excellent attendance is imperative to ensure student success. Absences and tardiness interrupt the learning process.
• If a student arrives after 7:30a.m., the student will be marked tardy. Student must be IN class by 7:30 to be considered on time.
• For Virtual: Students must be signed on to teacher’s Google Meet by 7:45 daily and remain online according to the schedule.
• If a student arrives after 7:30, a parent or guardian MUST escort the student to the front of the office to be signed in before student is allowed to go to class. A student will not receive a Perfect Attendance Award if he/she has more than three tardies (district policy.) Tardies will also affect Magnet eligibility good standing
Highlights of Travis Career and Leadership Academy School of Choice
Travis provides an innovative and hands-on learning environment for our students through our Learning Labs: Science, Math, and Leadership.
The Travis Leadership Lab is designated to promote leadership opportunities to strengthen the character and intellect of our students.
- Leadership Development is taught through an interactive process.
- We partner with college and career leadership organizations to enhance leadership skills.
- Students participate in campus and community leadership opportunities and activities.
- Students are equipped with leadership skills relevant to be successful in today’s college and career readiness fields.
- Students will learn and thrive through the Leader in Me and 7Habits.
The Travis Math Lab houses a multi-methods and knowledge transfer approach to conceptual learning in order for students to internalize and process math.
- Hands-on learning activities
- Small group instruction
- Problem solving techniques
The Travis Science Lab provides a habitat for multi-sensory instructional practices which help students reach a deeper understanding and passion for science.
- Interacting with the environment in our Environmental Learning Center
- Exploration in our SharkFinder expedition
- Using real-world and relative science experiments to seed passion and appreciation for our universe