Report Your Child Absent/Tardy
This is an alternative to emailing or calling the office directly when your child will be absent, tardy, or needs to be dismissed early. Please note that all parents should commit to following our reopening guidelines regarding absence and return to school.
A Guide For Student Absences In 2020/2021
If a student is absent for one afternoon, morning, or up to one full day, they can connect with the teacher when they return to get missing work and connect with a "study buddy" from their classes in grades 4-6.
If a student is absent for two or more days, they should do the following:
1) Parents can email their teacher directly to establish a plan for the period of absence, including a possible video meeting if necessary from 2:15-2:45pm. They should make arrangements to pick up their important school books and supplies.
2) Go to each teacher's Seesaw or Google Classroom for updates on assignments.
At some point this year, it is likely your child will need to temporarily quarantine, so having a plan in place will be helpful. Keeping up the study space and connections and dialogue with teachers and other students can make a big difference!
Please refer to our Digital Learning Page for our Quarantine/Extended Absence Plan.