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Attendance Guidelines for Remote Learning

One of our goals this year is to ensure that every student attends school regularly.  Daily participation has a huge impact on a student’s academic success starting in kindergarten and continuing through high school. Daily participation in online instruction, online activities, completion of regular assignments, completion of assessments and contact between teacher and student or parent/caregiver indicate a student present. 

We realize that some absences are unavoidable due to health conditions, problems with technology, and other reasons. However, we also know that when students miss too much school – regardless of the reason – it can cause them to fall behind academically.  

Your child is less likely to succeed in school if they are chronically absent. Absences can add up quickly.  A child is chronically absent if they miss just two days every month. If your child cannot participate with their class due to illness, please contact the office at 951-736-3308.. 

In an effort to collaborate with you and keep you informed of your child’s attendance, our school site will be reaching out to you via email, phone calls, and/or letters based on the guidelines below: 

Attendance letters are sent from our office 

every week via email. 

All students are expected to participate and communicate daily with their class. 

Letter 1

Courtesy email sent at 3 absences.

Letter 2

Email and office call sent at 6 absences. 

Letter 3

Invitation to attend an Attendance Support Conference with administration at 9 absences. 

Letter 4 

Attendance concerns are sent to Student Services at 12 absences.  

Let us know how we can best support you and your children so they can show up for class on time every day.  We want your child to be successful in school! If you have any questions or need more information, please give us a call. 

Grading Students will be graded on work completed during Remote Learning.Teachers will grade assignments as they regularly would and post them in Parent Connect.  Please see your teacher's syllabus for grading scales, when assignments are due, and how to communicate your questions and concerns with them. 
Student Behavior Teachers will monitor for any inappropriate online behavior by a student or other participant.  This includes anyone who may be talking or walking around the area using inappropriate language, gestures, walking around in inappropriate clothing, etc. Teachers will report inappropriate actions by students or other participants to administration. School discipline procedures do apply when using district devices, and when communicating with teachers and students via email, google classroom, or Zoom/Google Meets. If concerns are reported by a teacher, an Administrator will contact parents.

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