HOT Lunch is a 53 minute lunch period where the entire school is at lunch. Our goal is to use this period of the school day to provide intervention, enrichment, access to clubs and intramurals, and an opportunity for our eligible juniors and seniors to go off campus safely.
the day. In cases where students need additional support, the staff will guide them to specific tutorials, study halls, etc.
Students should allocate about 26 minutes for eating and the other 26 minutes for their activity. Some logistics that will help you during
The lunch is divided into two periods of time: A Lunch which is 10:25-10:52am and B Lunch which is 10:52-11:15am. Students will hear a bell ring at the beginning of B Lunch. Clubs and tutorials will often be advertised as happening during either A or B
Students are allowed to be in the cafeteria, in the locker bays, with teachers attending tutorials or clubs, in the courtyard (weather permitting), or in another approved/supervised setting. The Media Center is also available to students for silent reading, group work, or time on the computer. Food is not allowed in the Media Center. Students are NOT allowed to sit along the academic hallways, loiter in the stairwells, loiter along the commons area walkways, or be outside in unsupervised areas. Students who do not have an off campus lunch pass are not permitted in the parking lots. Staff members monitor "open" areas during HOT lunch. Students who cause disruption during HOT Lunch may have their ability to have freedom of movement taken away during this
What are "directed tutorials"?
Staff members have the ability to assign students to HOT Lunch Directed Tutorials when they deem that a student needs
academic assistance in their classroom or has not completed an assignment. If a student is failing a course, the teacher MUST
assign directed tutorials for the student.
The teacher will notify the students of their directed tutorial verbally and by sending the student an email. When possible, the
teacher will copy the parents on the email as well.
If a student does not attend a directed tutorial, the student will be reminded of their tutorial assignment verbally and by email,
and assigned the next available tutorial time.
Ifdoes not attend the assigned tutorial after being reassigned the following will happen: the teacher will contact the thestudent
student'sparents, an administrative referral will be created. Until the student attends a tutorial they will lose their lunch pass if
the student has a lunch pass, and the student must leave campus by 2:30 and will not be allowed to participate in orattendany
When and where are the tutorials?
Tutorials are scheduled by department at the following times. Teachers will provide information on locations. Mondays: English (A Lunch), Science (B Lunch), World Languages (B Lunch) Tuesdays: Career & Technical Education (A Lunch), Special Programs (A Lunch), Math (B Lunch) Wednesdays: Science (A Lunch), ESL (A Lunch), Social Studies (B Lunch), Special Programs (B Lunch) Thursdays: Math (A Lunch), Fine Arts (A Lunch), English (B Lunch), CTE (B Lunch) Fridays: Social Studies (A Lunch), World Languages (B Lunch), Fine Arts (B Lunch)
Teachers may provide additional time for tutorials outside of these times. Please see your teacher with any questions.