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John M. King School

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on 14 June 2018

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John M. King School
John M. King School Goal:
ATTENDANCE
DID YOU KNOW:
that if your child misses even
2 days each month
of school,


over the school year, they will have

missed


a
full month of school
.
RESEARCH SAYS:
DID YOU KNOW:
that if your child arrives

20 minutes late
each morning,

they have
missed

over 6 1/2 hours of instruction in one month,

which is equal to almost
1 1/2 days of school
All students will
attend school on time every day

Children who

miss the first part
of the morning or afternoon are

missing critical instruction
,

and often
struggle
with making connections with what is
expected in the classroom.
DID YOU KNOW:
That a
10% absence rate
(2 days a month) is considered a
chronic absence problem

Nursery
,
Kindergarten

and
Grade 1
students

who are
absent 10 %
of the time are more likely to

not be
reading

and
working
at
grade level
in math by Grade 3
Children who
do not attend regularly


in the early years are more likely

to
drop out
of school.
Patterns
for good attendance start in
Nursery
and
Kindergarten.

It is
important
that children
attend every day
unless

they are
ill.
All students who
attend

at least
90%
of the time


are more likely to
graduate high school
.
Socially, students who

do not attend school regularly,

do not make and maintain friends

as well as students who are at school regularly.

only staying home if sick
Please
help ensure your child is in school
every day

and comes
on time
as this is

critical for their school
success
If children are not in school,

we cannot
support
and
teach
them.
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