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Bell Schedules

Make Attendance a Priority

  • Establish routines for bedtime, waking up, and showing up for class.
  • When school is in session, avoid extended family trips and non-urgent medical appointments.
  • Develop a backup plan for getting your child to school if you can't be there to help.  Find a family member, neighbor, or older child who can help.

Did You know?

  • Starting in kindergarten, missing 10% of school (or just 2 days every month) can make it harder to learn to read and cause children to fall behind in school.
  • Good attendance can help children do well in school, and eventually in the workplace and in college.