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Situated at the front of the school and ever-present in the back of every students mind is the dark ominous Kremlin-like structure known as the attendance office Every student knows that there are only three reasons for being there a friendly yet cold visit to clear absences or get information a teacher sanctioned errand and the dreaded one a disciplinary referral The first reason for going to the office is perhaps the least involved in procedure a student comes to the cold yet courteous staff states his business manages to get what he wants if hes polite then leaves A visit of this sort normally lasts less than ten minutes though it can take substantially longer if there are people waiting in line for the same thing such as a schedule change This type of visit also falls under the category of a friendly visit where the student feels confident because he has a reason for being there The second force that will call a student to the office is a teacher asking him to run an errand The privilege of avoiding class to run an errand for the teacher is always fought over This type of office trip usually involves dropping off some scrap of paper to the proper individual or hunting someone down to ask them a question Sometimes finding the right person or whatever can become a quite lengthy procedure taking the students search all across the campus and eventually concluding at McDonalds or Taco Bell This type of office visit is by far the most fun The final and most dreaded type of office summons is the type that is required for disciplinary actions This usually takes the form of a summons slip from the office a visit from an advisor or a teacher screaming Get out at the top of his lungs which is normally followed shortly by a swift messenger carrying a referral slip In this
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