Our district formed a committee to revamp our senior privilege program. Here's the criteria if a senior has a 75% average in each class that senior may: attend a senior study hall come to school later if that senior's schedule starts with study halls leave early if that senior's day ends in study halls Because the students have been complaining, many teachers think the bar is too high for this privilege. The initial thought is that if a student has less than a 75% then the student should be working in a quiet study hall on that subject instead of socializing in the senior lounge (monitored by a faculty member). What does your district do? Some other arguments include: IEP students not meeting this level of achievement but working as hard as their skills allow. Students will stop taking challenging courses as seniors in order to get the privilege. Students worked hard to make it to their senior year, now we are punishing them for not working hard enough in their senior year. :thumb::thanks: for your input!