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Attendance Procedures

The Attendance Office is always ready to help parents and students.  Answers to general questions are below, and the Attendance Office can be reached by calling their direct line:  719-630-4110.  The attendance line is automated, so messages may be left at any time of the day or night.

If my student is late to school in the morning, how and when do I excuse him or her?

If a student is less than 10 minutes late to class in the morning, please do not call the attendance office (unless they have come from an appointment).   The student should proceed directly to class.  If a student will be more than 10 minutes late to class and needs to be excused due to an appointment or other legitimate conflict, then parents should call the Attendance Office.

My student has a doctor's appointment that will require dismissal for part of a school day.  What do I need to do?

If a student will miss part of a school day, parents must call at least a few hours ahead on the day of (or day prior to) the appointment or have their student deliver a note to the Attendance Office before school begins.  This way, students will be ready to leave on time and will have a permit to leave class and the building.  Parents cannot expect students to be ready to leave in a timely manner if no advance warning is given.  If a student needs to leave between classes, no pass to leave will be issued.  Those students sign out at the attendance office.

My student is a Freshman or Sophomore.  May he or she check out on their own during lunch?

Freshmen and Sophomores may not leave on their own during lunch.  If a Freshman or Sophomore student needs to leave during either lunch period (11:20AM - 1:10PM), then parents must sign them out at the Attendance Office.

May I excuse my student from school while he/she is still on campus?

No.  Students are required to be in attendance in class if they are on campus.  Other than class, the only place students may be excused while on campus is if they are officially checked into either the Nurse's Office or the Counseling Office.