Scenario: Student currently has 15+ absences in your class this semester. Student frequently misses only your class, first period of the day, and attends other classes throughout the day. Student's overall grade is a fairly low F: somewhere around 30%, which includes minimum Fs for assessments. Student has multiple missing assignments (over a dozen). Behaviorally, the student is so-so. While generally respectful and compliant, the student has been involved in multiple instances of academic dishonesty, ranging from plagiarizing assignments from online sources and taking other students' work from the return work baskets and copying it. You yourself witnessed all of this. Your gradebook closed today, i.e., all work needed to be turned in or made-up by this date. This fact was heavily advertised over the past week and a half, in a variety of ways: orally in the classroom, on the board in the classroom, and in multiple postings on the class website. This evening you get an email from the student above. In it, the student asks for extended time to turn in work and make up missed tests. Student states that absenteeism has been due to "going through a lot this quarter" and the death of a relative. Neither the student nor the counseling office has made you aware of either issue prior to this email. What would you do?