Due to school closures during the 2019-2020 school year, the Georgia Department of Education/Federal Programs Division is allowing that the district family engagement policy may remain active for the 2020-2021 school year. Revisions and updates will be made and distributed to families as changes are made with our goal of having new and updated Family and Community Engagement compliance documents for the 2021-2022 school year.
Student attendance is the responsibility of the parent and the student. School attendance and academic success are causally related. When students are absent from school, their absence causes a loss of instructional time and could result in poor academic performance.
E-learning days attendance will be defined by a student’s participation. Students will be considered in attendance when they are participating in active instruction and/or educational services. Examples include time spent working in the online platform, log-in activity, attendance during live instruction, submission of student assignments, and student/teacher interactions.