This was my favourite rule that wasn't actually a rule at school
Isn't that rule only for college, not high school? At least that's what I heard
@Ashoka02Tano, I think it is a rule, but if I'm paying to attend classes I'm not going to leave just because the professor is late
@18bluecat, That makes sense
@18bluecat, what are you some sort of nerd that cares about your future?
@Ashoka02Tano, the rule for high school was you could leave to room but only to go tell a teacher next door or go to the office to tell them what’s up. No one ever did that and we just chilled doing nothing.
@18bluecat, good point, but as someone who goes to community college let me tell anyone out there starting cc, if your professor is more than 15 min late, they're not coming. They're just gonna email the class 4 hours later saying that class is cancelled and pretend that they sent it the day before
@Ashoka02Tano, I looked it up once, there actually is no rule about this. A teacher could show up to a 4 hour class within the last 5 minutes and still take roll and make you lose credit in the class if they wanted to.
Teacher's waiting in the grounds with a rifle to pick off the students that aren't committed.
Happened to me in high school once, teacher’s car broke down on the way back from lunch and also left his phone in the classroom so couldn’t contact the school to let them know. Door was locked so some of us left and went to iHop for pancakes
*proceeds to just sit there after bringing it up every time*
No one is forcing you there but the person giving your job interview years later might care
It really happened in my school no teacher for a full class people were like: in 30 min I leave.. but they never left.. a student put a documentary on a projector and everyone stayed watching it
There's no legally about it, it's school by school policy and I'm 110% sure it only applies in college level education where you are paying the teacher and not high school where you are a child and no one cares what you say