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October 2021 Newsletter

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Esgenoopetitj School Attendance Policy

ESGENOÔPETITJ SCHOOL 603 Bayview Dr., Esgenoôpetitj, N.B., E9G 2A5 Telephone: (506)7761206 Fax: (506)7761226

Attendance Policy

Regular attendance is critical to the academic success of your child. As a parent/guardian, it is your responsibility to ensure that your child is attending school. When your child is absent, you must notify the school with a valid excuse. This can be done by calling the school, texting/messaging the teacher or sending a written note on the next day when the child returns. The safe school arrival coordinator, Karen Somerville will call when your child is absent without an excuse. If your child is absent: - 3 days in a row without an excuse, the teacher will contact you and/or a letter will be sent home. - 5 days in a row without an excuse, the administration will contact you. - 7 days in a row with or without an excuse, the administration will contact you to set up a meeting to develop a plan to support your child’s increased attendance. - If your child misses more than 25 days, they pose a risk of being held back. All attendance records and documents are kept in the student cumulative records and will remain in the file. The purpose of a student attendance policy is to promote good attendance in order to develop positive lifelong learning patterns. A prolonged absence from school can have a negative impact on the academic and social development of a student and we do not want that.To ensure, your child is gaining a positive learning experience, they must be here.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact the school. Mrs. Beth McCarthy, Principal

PDF icon Esgenoopetitj School Attendance Policy for 2021-2022. Oct 6, 2021
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Grade 8 Health Curriculum Document: The following links are provided for the students and parents of Grade 6, 7, 8 Health, for the purpose of viewing and understanding what is to be met through their curriculum guidelines and standards. Please review your child's grade curriculum! Thank you! Newsletter Oct 14, 2011
Grade 7 Health Curriculum Document: The following links are provided for the students and parents of Grade 6, 7, 8 Health, for the purpose of viewing and understanding what is to be met through their curriculum guidelines and standards. Please review your child's grade curriculum! Thank you! Newsletter Oct 14, 2011
Grade 6 Health Curriculum Document: The following links are provided for the students and parents of Grade 6, 7, 8 Health, for the purpose of viewing and understanding what is to be met through their curriculum guidelines and standards. Please review your child's grade curriculum! Thank you! Newsletter Oct 14, 2011
Preventing Absenteeism-School District 16 Information for Parents on Student Absenteeism Parents, please take note of the following document from School District 16, in regards to Absenteeism. The following is the District 16 Attendance Regulation, which you will also find in the downloadable document:District 16 Attendance Regulation:Regular attendance is mandatory for all students enrolled in public schools. Attnedance and absenteeism will be monitored and regulated to ensure everyone may be guaranteed the same opportunities for a basic education and a productive future. Each absence requires a signed, dated excuse from the parent.Five absences will result in a letter or telephone call to the home.Twelve or more absences require the parent to attend a case conference at the school where a School Attendance Improvement Plan can be developed to reduce absenteeism.Ensuring your child maintains a good attendance habit, encourages your child to be positive towards success in their future and current success within their Elementary, Middle and High school years! Thank you for your attention on this matter! We appreciate your co-operation and if there are any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the school! ~Esgenoopetitj School Staff~ Newsletter May 17, 2011
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