Virtual Learning Attendance
Teachers will be taking daily attendance. Students will be expected to participate in live or direct instruction (synchronous) and indpependent assignments and assessments (asynchronous). Whole group, small group, or one on one instructional minutes will be determined by the classroom teacher and between the hours of 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Intervention and extention instruction, and independent will be scheduled between 12:45 pm -3:00 pm. However, the teacher may schedule small groups or one on one support during the morning hours. Participation in online learning programs and communication between the teacher and students/parents/guardians are also factored into daily and weekly attendance.
Absence from school breaks the continuity of learning. According to state law, your child's daily attendance is required each day that he/she is physically able to attend. Parents or guardians are responsible for their child's attendance at school. The only valid reasons for an excused absence from school (Ed. Code, Sec. 46010) are:
- An illness or an injury to the child.
- A quarantine of the home by county or city health officials.
- A medical, dental, optometrist or chiropractic appointment.
- Attendance at funeral services for a member of the immediate family.
- Other absences are considered unexcused and not only cause a disruption to your child's instructional program, but are costly to the district.
NOTIFICATION OF ABSENCE
The school is required by the state to have an official explanation for all absences. Please call the school attendance clerk, Jennifer Bolen, at (951) 894-5085 ext. 2994 each and every day your child is absent. We have a 24-hour voice mail service available for your convenience. If your child is to be away from the school over a long period of time, please call the school and notify them of the absence in advance. Teachers request a 24-hour notice if homework is desired for your child during a long absence.
If your student is late, he/she is required to report to the office before going to class. Any student who is tardy in excess of 30 minutes per day for 3 days in one school year is considered truant and may be reported to the attendance supervisor and /or the School Attendance Review Board.
LEAVING SCHOOL DURING SCHOOL HOURS
Any parent/guardian planning to take their child out of school during school hours must come to the office, show proper identification and sign their child out of school. Any parent/guardian requesting to take their child out should have their name on the emergency card. The clerk will call your child's room and have him/her sent to you in the office.