STUDENT SERVICES SEMI-MONTHLY UPDATE
STUDENT SERVICES PROJECTS
Chart 1: Chronic Absenteeism by sub group September 2018
Chart 2: Chronic absenteeism rate by sub group April 2019
As we continue our work in improving attendance it is important to look at growths, and areas of need. We are never "losing" we are either improving or learning. With that I would like to highlight some of the data:
Our foster and homeless students make up around 6% of our populations in our schools, yet they have the highest levels of chronic absenteeism. I encourage your leadership teams to be asking some of the following questions:
1. What are we doing to provide support specific to these populations?
2. Can you list who these students are? How would you identity them, or find out who the are?
3. What data are you looking at and how often are you looking at it regarding these populations?
CARE TEAM UPDATES
JACLYN SNYDER, ALICIA ARIZMENDI, DANIELLE WARREN, DANIELLE CLAMPETT, IRENE MARTINEZ, JEN BAEZ, AARON DURON
We have begun the re-certification process with all students with a 191 classification. We have been reaching out to them by making calls to their primary contact per Aeries. If you have a family that expresses concern as result of this process, please let the know that this is a crucial step in servicing our them and enables us to provide efficient support from the first to the last day of school.