Developing good work ethics is an important part of the training at NATI ESL. Students arriving late for class are interrupting the instructor, other students and for some government-funded students’ tardiness could impact their funding contract. The following recording system will be used for tardiness.
- 7 to 15 minutes late will be counted as 15 minutes late
- 16 to 30 minutes late will be counted as 30 minutes late
- 31 to 60 minutes late will be counted as 1 hour late
Since tardiness of 7 minutes or more is recorded as an unexcused absence, it is the responsibility of the student to make up the lost time and/or classroom instruction. NATI ESL encourages students to plan to arrive at the school at least 10 minutes before their scheduled times and/or the start of their class.