"Good attendance benefits your child's education. Research is clear;students who attend school regularly do better academically and are more likely to establish work habits that help them succeed in life and work."
PARTIAL DAY ATTENDANCE/FUNDING: When your child has a doctor's appointment in the middle of the school day, please bring him/her to school before or after the appointment. Schools receive full funding even if a student attends for part of the day. It is this funding that provides the needed books, supplies, curriculum, and other necessities for your child's education.
Q: IF MY CHILD HAS AN EXCUSED ABSENCE, DOES THE SCHOOL STILL GET FUNDED? A: No. The school only receives funding when your child is present. (Remember, partial day attendance does NOT count as an all day absence.
Q: WHAT DO I DO IF MY CHILD IS ABSENT? A: We prefer you call the school office the morning of the absence, but you can send a note when the child returns that is written by a parent/guardian explaining the absence.
THE INDEPENDENT STUDY PROGRAM: Your child's attendance is very important. We appreciate that you use our school calendar to adjust your vacations and trips so they are not scheduled on school days. However, if your child must miss five (5) consecutive days or more of school, please arrange with the school office and your child's teacher to sign up for the Independent Study Program. Your child will receive a study packet which will help them stay on task and the classroom will receive funding.
ABSENCE REMINDER: It is very important that a parent or guardian notify the office when a child is absent, when there is no verification within three (3) school days, the absences are considered unexcused and the student truant (Ed Code 48260). If you are leaving a message, please state your child's name, your name, teacher's name, date of absence and reason. Thank you for your help in clearing your child's absences!
When your child is absent from school for any reason, please call the school and clear the absence. you may call and report your child's absence by dialing (530) 891-3101, even if it is the middle of the night.
* your name
* your child's name
* your child's teacher
* room number
* days absent
* reason for the absence
If your child has been ill with a fever or nausea they must stay home for 24 hours after the fever breaks.