Attendance

Attendance updates

No online learning for 2021-22

Our district will not be providing asynchronous/synchronous online learning for the 2021-22 school year at this time. Please be sure your student(s) arrive in person at their school on the first day of school. Students who are not present on the first day may lose their seat if the campus has not been notified of their absence.

Request a VOE

Students needing verification of enrollment and attendance can request a record through our VOE request form.

Learn more about the importance of attendance and find attendance guidelines.

Visit the School hours page for information about daily schedules.

Attendance is required by law

Under the Texas State Compulsory Attendance Law, all students age 6-19 must attend school each day for the entire school day unless exempt by law.  This includes students voluntarily enrolled in prekindergarten or kindergarten as well as students 19 years or older. 

Students must also attend class 90% of the days a class is offered to receive credit or a final grade (regardless of excused absences). Students must recover the lost time to receive credit:

  • 75-89% attendance: The student must earn credit for the class by completing a plan approved by the principal.
  • Under 75% attendance: The student must go through the Attendance Recovery Process.

Unexcused voluntary absences for 10 days or more within 6 months (whether in full days or parts of days) violates state law. This may lead to a court referral against the parent, guardian or student.

Attendance procedures for 2021-22

We want all students to succeed, which includes attending every class, every day on time.  Our district will not be providing asynchronous/synchronous online learning for the 2021-22 school year. Students must appear in person at their school to be counted present.

Absences

If a student is not present at the time of attendance, teachers will mark them absent. If your student must be absent, please submit a notification through Skyward. Official doctor notes for absences may be physically turned into the campus, but a digital version (PDF/photo/scan) is preferred. Consequences for multiple absences include:

  • Behavior plan

  •  Student or parent conference

  • Loss of class credit

  • Referral to truancy court

Parents are encouraged to speak to a school administrator regarding special situations or circumstances.