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Attendance


 

Parents must call the Attendance Office PRIOR when their child is going to be absent @ 528-5235.

When leaving a message, please provide the following information:

  1. Date of absence
  2. Reason for absence (illness, doctor, apt, ect.)
  3. Name and daytime phone number of person calling, and the person’s relationship to the student. (mother, father, guardian, grandparent, etc.)

**Students who are late to school must provide a written excuse within 24 hours or a detention will be assigned. Students are allowed 3 notes per semester.**

VACATIONS & TRIPS

Going on a vacation or trip? Please bring a note to the attendance office PRIOR to leaving. Not to the teachers. The Attendance Office will help in getting all your students work to take with you. 

ATTENDANCE & ACTIVITIES

Students MUST be in school on the day of an extracurricular activity for a legal school day (four class periods) if they want to participate in that activity.

For example, if there is a night school dance, or an after school athletic contest, or an evening awards ceremony, etc., for a student to attend or participate in that activity they must be in school that day for a legal school day (four class periods).