Attendance and Truancy

 

Who Are The Stakeholders? What Are Our Roles?

  • Come to school everyday
  • Be on-time for school and for your classes
  • Come prepared to learn
  • Be ready to learn
  • Talk to your teachers
  • Stay informed
  • Ask for help
  • Be a positive peer
  • Know you are our number one priority
  • Get your student(s) to school every day
  • Get your student(s) to school on-time
  • Check that your student(s) are prepared
  • Encourage your student(s) to come ready to learn
  • Ask questions and know your student(s)'s school
  • Stay informed with what's happening with your student(s) and their school experience
  • Attend important events at your student(s)' school
  • Check Parent Portal regularly to stay updated on your student(s)'s progress
  • Know you are our partner in your student(s) success
  • Expect your students every day
  • Expect your students to be on time every day
  • Have structures in place to respond to tardies, absence, and good attendance
  • Be excited about the learning that will happen each day
  • Build positive relationships with students and their families that promote student accountability (behavior, attendance, academics)
  • Use your school as a support to handle attendance hurdles
  • Take action when students are tardy or absent
  • Update Gradebook regularly and on time so families can stay informed as to their student's attendance and grades
  • Know you are our partner in your student(s) success
  • Be prepared to greet students everyday
  • Start the school day on time
  • Let no distractions take the school off the goal of learning
  • Ensure there are procedures and protocols for all attendance needs, including but exclusively, tardies, cuts, truancy, absences
  • Maintain and be consistent about discipline procedures so student behavior is managed beyond suspensions
  • Have a clear, consistent and public attendance policy
  • Reinforce the attendance policy regularly and apply it consistently
  • Support teachers with resources for struggling students with attendance issues
  • Provide engaging clubs, teams, and activities that appeal to multiple student interests
  • Establish a viable attendance team to respond to attendance needs, and to be proactive on data trends
  • Review and share data for timely evidence-based decision-making
  • Let no distractions take the school off the goal of learning
  • Ensure there are procedures and protocols for all attendance needs, including but not exclusively, tardies, cuts, truancy, absences for your schools
  • Ensure that fair and consistent discipline procedures exist and are supported at your schools so student behavior is managed beyond suspensions
  • Emphasize a culture of communication for maximizing student attendance
  • Reinforce it regularly, and apply it consistently
  • Support schools with resources
  • Guide and train attendance teams to respond to attendance needs, and to be proactive around data trends
  • Ensure your schools review and share data for evidence based decision making
  • Review data and communicate with Network schools to support strategy and action development
  • Be prepared to support all students and their efforts to get to school
  • Unite with the purpose of having all students be successful and present at their neighborhood school
  • Help support efforts to have no distractions that take the school away from the goal of learning
  • Be proactive in the community about helping neighbors get students to school
  • Report concerns and offer solutions to support student growth
  • Partner with the schools and neighborhood families to create a culture of attendance in and out of the school building
  • Step forward and provide opportunities for students to be rewarded for their success
  • Let no distractions take the Network off the goal of learning
  • Ensure that all Networks have established attendance procedures and protocols for all schools,
  • Ensure that all Networks have established fair and consistent discipline procedures and that said procedures are supported so student behavior is managed beyond suspensions
  • Emphasize a culture of communication for maximizing student attendance
  • Review data and communicate with Networks to support strategy and action development
  • Support schools with resources and streamline access to said resources
  • Guide and train attendance teams to respond to attendance needs, and to be proactive around data trends
  • Ensure Networks and schools review and use data for evidence based decision making
  • Monitor and ensure all stakeholders are held accountable
  • Let no distractions take the schools off the goal of learning
  • Support a culture of communication for maximizing student attendance
  • Promote interagency cooperation to maximize student, family, and community engagement in public schools
  • Support schools with resources and city services
  • Partner with the district to streamline processes to best serve students and their families
  • Monitor and ensure all stakeholders are held accountable

 

Page Last Modified on Wednesday, August 17, 2016