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    SPS Attendance Information

    Remote Learning Attendance: For information related to attendance during remote learning, please visit our Teaching and Learning FAQ webpage.

     

    We are dedicated to providing the best educational experience for our students and part of that is increasing attendance and reducing chronic absenteeism.

    Please contact your student's school directly if:

    • Your student will be, is, or was absent, or
    • You have a question about an automated message you've received

    If you have any other questions or concerns about your student's attendance, do not hesitate to contact you student's school, or our the SPS Attendance Office.

    Why Attendance and Chronic Absenteeism Matter

    Attendance has been proven to be one of the most powerful predictors of academic achievement and can have a dramatic impact on key milestones, including third grade reading, 9th grade achievement, high school graduation, and life success. Visit our Attendance Resources for more information.

    Checking Student Attendance

    Parents and guardians can check their student's attendance on The Source.

    The Source

    General attendance questions should be directed to your student's school or their attendance rep. You should also contact your student's attendance rep if you have questions about truancy or an attendance letter you've received from the district or court.

    Other general questions may be directed to: attendance@seattleschools.org or 206-252-0825, or to your school's Attendance Office Contact.

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