Attendance Line: 425.204.2710 Available 24 hours a day.
Attendance Email: email@example.com
Attendance Specialist(s): Kim Strege
As a safety measure, we ask that our parents/guardians immediately call the Attendance Office to inform us when their student is absent from school.
- Any absence that is or exceeds THREE (3) periods in length will be counted as a full day absence. This includes absences at the beginning or end of the school day.
- To be eligible to participate in after-school activities, students must have been on time to school and in attendance the full school day (all assigned classes).
Tardy to Class
Being late for a class is a tardy. There are four minutes of passing time between each period, which allows ample time to travel from class to class. Consequences for tardies are listed below. Excessive tardies may ultimately lead to the initiation of a BECCA petition. The following interventions for tardies will be followed:
|Verbal warning and reminder of expectations by teacher.
|Verbal warning, reminder, and communicate to parent/family.
|Teacher assigns 1 detention, communicates to parent/family.
|Teacher assigns 2 detentions, calls parent/family, submits incident form to document.
|Incident form to admin/dean, admin assigns 1 after-school detention and 5 lunch
detentions, contacts family.
|Loss of “good standing” status, incident form to admin/dean, parent/student/admin
conference, admin/dean assigns after-school consequences.
|Admin assigns 1 day of ISS, parent contact.
Renton School District is making a special effort to ensure that all students fully benefit from their education by attending school regularly. Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school—and themselves. Consistent attendance will help children do well in high school, college, and at work.
Please take a minute to read this letter to your child(ren) and make a pledge together to attend school every day. Then, print, sign and have your child return this pledge to your school. Let's make school count, every day for every child!