The Tardy Slip #123 is a convenient 2-part individual slip which provides a useful duplicate copy. One copy can travel with the student while the other stays with the attendance or front office. Also available in booklet form 100 slips per book, 300 slips per book, or single sheet pads.
Padding is an additional $.01 per form and is FREE on quantities of 2500 or more!
Books of tardy slips mean lines of parents waiting to sign in their children; with these slips, each can take one, complete it, and the student can quickly go on to class. The duplicate can go to the attendance office, while the original is taken to the teacher. These are perfect! We've ordered several times and will continue to use them. Carolyn Petty
12th Mar 2018
Exactly what we were looking for
We were looking for simple yet detailed tardy slips, and when I found these at your company I was very glad to have found them. They are just what we were looking for.Melissa
26th Jan 2018
We've been ordering tardy slips from here for quite some time and they have just the right information we need.Unknown
23rd Oct 2017
These worked great for out school.
We didn't get padding because we like them being single.
Everything we thought they would be!Katie
18th Sep 2017
The tardy slips are exactly what we ordered! It's worth the extra penny to have them padded. Trinity Christian School
10th Apr 2017
Great tardy slips
Like the fact that they are carbon copy and they can be ordered unbound.Unknown
23rd May 2016
Best Product That I have Found
I love that you can get these unbound as they are carbonless copies. They are fast to write and you don't waste time because you don't accidentally forget to put the cardboard behind it.
Best solution for our tardy students. Now, if only they weren't tardy... CTay
8th Mar 2016
Easy to read, duplicates nicelyUnknown
22nd May 2015
Gotta love some carbon copy
These are one of the few styles that you can purchase that have a carbon copy. It's a great way to send one with a student and keep a copy at the Front Desk. Nothing fancy, but it works well. Be sure that you take the set off and write on a hard surface, otherwise you write on the stack, then you have a BUNCH of carbon copies.