Absences and Student Attendance Update
My child logged on late to his Zoom class. Will he be marked tardy or absent?
What happens if my child logs on to his Zoom class, but doesn’t pay attention?
I know my child is understanding her coursework and completing her assignments, but I don’t think she’s participating much in her online classes. Does this affect attendance during distance learning?
These and many other important questions about attendance and student engagement were explored during last week’s School Board meeting. CCUSD School and Family Services Coordinator Dr. Kim Indelicato presented the district’s new approach to attendance and student engagement while students are in full distance learning, including definitions and examples of unexcused absences, excused absences, being present and minimally engaged and being present and engaged.
This presentation is critically important for parents to watch. Some of the information may surprise you. Please view the short video presentation here.
Para ver esta presentación en español, haga clic aquí