• Attendance

     
     
    Regular attendance is of prime importance to student success.  Irregular attendance often results in students failing to meet minimum graduation requirements.
     
     
    Reporting Absences
     
    Absences must be cleared within 5 school days or they are marked as truancies.  
     
     
    To report or clear absences call (916) 971-5147 (24 hours/7days a week) or if you wish to speak to the Attendance Secretary, call (916) 971-5152.
     
     
    It is the responsibility of the student and the parent to monitor the student’s attendance records for accuracy.  Students and parents can check attendance on the Parent Portal through the District website, www.sanjuan.edu.
     
     
    • Students may receive their password information in the Attendance Office.
    • Parents may obtain a PIN and password by coming to the Attendance Office with proof of  identification. 
     
    Truancies and Tardies
     
     
    Students miss valuable learning opportunities when a portion of a class or an entire class is missed. Students with four or more truancies will be seen by administration at 6, 12, and 18 weeks each semester.  Please remember that truancies are accumulated throughout the year.
     
     
    A student who arrives at school after 7:50 a.m. should go directly to the Attendance Office to get a late slip.  
     
     
    Tardies reset beginning of each 9-week period
     
     
     
    Attendance Letters
     
    For more information, click on "Attendance Letter Timelines" under "Related Files" below.
     
     
    Early Dismissals
     
    Every effort should be made to schedule appointments and other personal activities outside of school hours.
     
     
    • An Early Dismissal pass may be obtained from the Attendance Office with a note or phone call from a parent.  
    • If a student becomes ill while at school, they should report to the Attendance Office.
    • Students that leave campus without a verified Early Dismissal pass will receive disciplinary action.
     
     
    Students should not use their phones in the classroom to text parents or call parents if they are ill. They must let the teacher know and go to the Attendance Office to call. 
     
     
    Important note: If a student is marked absent any given period but was actually tardy and the “A” code for absence is not changed to a “T” code for being tardy that “A” will roll to a “Y” after 5 days and therefore count as a cut.  Students, monitor your attendance.  Come to the attendance office to inquire on how to clear an “A” that should have been a tardy “T.”  (It will require the teacher’s signature).
     
     
    SENIORS who accumulate 36 periods of cuts will not participate in commencement ceremonies. This includes cuts verified by a parent/guardian (indicated by “C” code in Zangle) AND absences that were not cleared within 5 days of absence (indicated by “Y” code in Zangle)
     
     
    Commencement Participation Requirements
     
    In order to participate in commencement ceremonies, students must:
     
    • Fulfill credit requirements
    • Have fewer than 36 periods of truancies
    • Not be on social probation at the time of commencement ceremony
    • Have refrained from engaging in behavior that resulted in home suspension.
    Click here for Attendance Letter Timelines. 
Last Modified on March 26, 2018