Students are expected to be present and engaged in learning each and every school day. Regular and on-time attendance is an important factor in student achievement and success. It is the obligation and responsibility of parents / guardians to ensure that every child 6 - 17 years old attends public school during each school year (C.R.S. 22-33-104).
Students may miss school for illness or injury, pre-arranged absences that cannot be taken care of outside school hours, work-study programs, or a school-sponsored activity. Please call 970-686-8305 to let the school know of your child’s absence, before school starts.
A student with four or more unexcused absences from school in any one month or 10 unexcused absences during any school year will be considered “habitually truant.” We will notify the parents / guardians in writing of the absences, and, in partnership with parents / guardians, will develop a plan to address attendance issues and discuss consequences for further unexcused absences.
For more information on attendance, visit Board Policy JE.
A child is considered tardy if they arrive after 8 a.m. If a child arrives after 9:30 a.m., they are considered absent for one-half day. If a child leaves prior to 1 p.m., they are considered absent for one-half day. If a child is tardy, they must check in at the front office before going to class.
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