Positive, daily attendance is essential for student learning and correlates with student success throughout the school year. Missing school equates to missed learning opportunities.
Regular, on-time attendance directly correlates to academic performance. Good attendance is a shared responsibility between the student, parent/guardian, school and district. Parents/guardians are expected to send their students to school each day on time and to call if they are absent or tardy (late) within three school days.
How does the office communicate attendance issues to parents?
What absences can be excused?
Which absences are “contacted unexcused"?
How do “contacted unexcused” absences differ from “truancies?”
How many illness days may my child take in a school year without needing a note from a doctor?
Does being tardy to school matter?
How can parents/guardians help?
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