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Attendance Awareness Month





when you 

make a commitment

to be at school

every day, on time.

How can we best support you?

Student Services Attendance Team: Maria Gutierrez, Angela Scott, Julie Riley

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Remember: Skip 1 day of school, work piles up and before you know it, you are three days behind.



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being at school





Are you college or career ready?


You can get ready by getting to school  every day, on time.

 Why does school attendance make a difference?


One of the most important things families can do to help their children succeed is to make sure they attend school regularly.


Students might skip school once or twice on a whim, but when they frequently miss school, they need help.


Left unchecked, truancy can have strong negative effects on students’ lives.


It can block future JOB or COLLEGE opportunities.