www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Curriculum-and-Instruction/Documents/TAADRA FAQ April 2013.pdf
How many unexcused absences may a student have before he or she is reported
as non- compliant? A Certificate of ... It also provides that school days missed as
a result ... new school year, when do you start counting unexcused absences?
A student should not be absent due to illness for a long period of time unless ...
Colorado School Attendance Law requires that students miss no more than ... It is
the student's responsibility to speak with the teachers for work that can be made
up. ... Students will be given the total days missed, plus one day upon their return
If you voluntarily enroll your child in prekindergarten or kindergarten before age 6
, ... rung, even if the child attended for some of the day, can count as an absence.
... attendance and ensure that he or she avoids too many missed school days.
A simple guide to your kid's legal rights in Connecticut's schools. ... If your child
misses ten or more days of school, you will need to give the ... As few as 4
unexcused absences can violate the school's rules. ... Your child has the right to
get homework assignments and make up all missed work and tests during a
more days or parts of days within a six-month period in the same school year or
on three or more ... Excessive absences will result in loss of credit unless the
student makes up the missed work in an ... [TEC 25.094 FEA Legal/Local].
If it is necessary for your student(s) to miss school, it is your responsibility to notify
the school. ... name, the reason for the absence, and how many days your
student(s) will be out. ... Legally, an absence cannot be excused after that day. ...
If you request make-up work for an illness and it can be accommodated, expect
20,000 California elementary school children miss 36 days or more of school in a
year. ... One school reported that more than 92% of students were truant in the
2011-2012 ... Truancy, especially among elementary school students, has long-
term .... Only with this evidence can officials track who is absent, why and how
You can begin to fight chronic absenteeism by asking your school for its ... Ask
your schools to tally how many students are absent 0-4 days, 5-9 days, ... work
projects are all viable alternatives to forcing a student to miss more time in class.
.... can legally leave school at 16 or 17 – for many students a year or two before
Maine law defines an "excused absence" as missed school time because of: ...
the principal must tell the superintendent within 5 school days of your child's last
... If you do not go to the meeting, the team can still make this plan for your child.
Feb 3, 2011 ... Do you know how many days your child is able to miss school without getting a
warning and being held back? My child has missed 9 days so ...