What's the point of having an excused absence?
Emma has some UN-excused absences.
I need to make up an excuse for why she was absent within 5 days of the offense.
Can I just make up any ole' excuse?
And what happens if she has UN-excused absences?
Do the police come?
(Note: the police do not come -- they send home a note. I asked the office about it -- they send home a SCARY note)
These are things I've thought about today after getting a note about excusing absences for my kindergartner. Along with a list of her absences for the year.
(Note: Emma misses school on Wednesdays mostly)
I'm not sure which ones are UN-excused. There's no legend as to what an "X- ", " E-", " G- " and "T-" mean. Any thoughts?
Also, if your child is sick more than 10 days due to an illness, you need a doctor's note.
What happens if you don't get that doctor's note?
Do you get a scary letter?
Can you just change your excuse for why your student is absent?
Regardless, I now need to Pre-Approve Emma's extended absences.
From the look of things, I need to pre-approve every Wednesday . . . .