Attendance Counts

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  • Tips to Improve Your Child's Attendance

     

     

    Ultimately, parents are responsible for getting their children to school. Here are a few tips to consider:

    • Schedule doctor’s appointments before or after school or during holidays.
    • If your child is ill, email the Attendance Clerk the first morning of their absence.
    • Arrive to school on time and attend every class period.
    • Make school attendance a habit. This can carry over when seeking employment.
    • Make sure your child’s job does not require working during the school day or after 10 p.m. on school nights.
    • Ask for help from your campus counselor if you are having trouble with your child.
  • Did you know?

    Poor attendance can influence whether children read proficiently by the end of third grade or be held back.  
     

    Did you know? 

    By sixth grade, chronic absence becomes a leading indicator that a student will drop out of high school.
     

    Did you know? 

    Even if absences are excused, a student must attend a class 90 percent of the time to receive credit for a semester?

Contact Us

  • Dr. Julie Guillory
    Director Student Attendance
    (281) 634-6823

    Candi Ihnen
    PEIMS Coordinator
    (281) 634-3121

    Barbara Belter
    Coordinator Campus Data
    (281) 634-1482

    Anne Amy
    Specialist PEIMS/ADA
    (281) 634-6490

    Kathryn (Kathy) Newby
    Data Quality Specialist
    (281) 634-3122