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Attendance Less Than 90%
Chronic Absence Students: Students With Less Than 90% Attendance
A student is considered to be chronically absent if his/her absences (both excused and unexcused) add up to more than 10% of the days the student is in school. This is commonly referred to as the "90% rule."
According to the Texas Education Code, Sections 25.092(a) and (a-1):
Except as provided by this section, a student in any grade level from kindergarten through grade 12 may not be given credit or a final grade for a class unless the student is in attendance for at least 90 percent of the days the class is offered.
A student who is in attendance for at least 75 percent but less than 90 percent of the days a class is offered may be given credit or a final grade for the class if the student completes a plan approved by the school's principal that provides for the student to meet the instructional requirements of the class.
As a courtesy to parents, a warning notification is sent to parents/guardians when a student is in danger of falling below 90% attendance based on both excused and unexcused absences. You may be asked to contact your child's school to set up a conference to discuss your child's absences.
If there are special circumstances involved concerning your child’s absences, please notify the campus administrator and/or counselor as soon as possible. Resources are often available to assist families who are in difficult circumstances, and your child’s administrator and counselor can assist you with investigating potential solutions.
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Responsibilities of Parent/Guardian
To ensure their child/children attend school each and every day for the entire school day.
To ensure that their child understands the importance of attending school and the value of receiving a quality education.
To contact the campus registrar with any changes to phone number(s), e-mail addresses, and/or physical home address.
To monitor their child's grades and attendance, which can be accessed through the Home Access Center.
To confer with the child's teacher(s), counselor or administrator in a timely manner with pertinent information about the studnt and/or in reference to any areas of concern.