Papermakers, we miss you when you are gone, and you miss great instruction when you are not at school. In fact, the connection between school success and attending is so strong that many smart people have researched this connection. They conclude that when students miss 10 percent of school (2 days a month) or more, academic performance decreases, and the chance a student won’t graduate on time increases. That’s a big deal.
So, we expect you to be at school every day you can. If you are not at school, then we expect to hear from a parent or legal guardian why you aren’t here.
Every day of school counts—here’s the policy.
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