Attendance - Behavior

EMAIL US IF YOUR

STUDENT WILL BE ABSENT

attendance policy & procedures

Absences for

A-L

Rachel Ruiz-Teeple

teepler@esuhsd.org

(408) 347-7171

ESUHSD ATTENDANCE AND DISCIPLINE INFORMATION

Absences for M-Z

Kym Quach

QuachK@esuhsd.org

(408) 347-7027

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If your student is going to be absent, please be sure to follow these instructions.

  • Email your attendance clerk to report your student's absence.

  • Include the student name and ID number in your email

  • State the date of and reason for absence in the email.

  • Report Absences using the email addresses above

Research shows that good attendance is one of the biggest indicators of student success. ­Students who are at school, simply do better!

When a student is absent, the student's parent MUST contact the attendance office daily via email or phone to report the absence.

Extended absences due to illness require that a parent contact the attendance office and provide a note from the student's physician.

Please note, you must report the absence each day the student misses school. Unreported absences will remain unexcused permanently if timely notification is not received.

  • Use the email address and/or phone to the left to contact the correct Attendance staff

Whenever possible, medical or dental appointments should be made after school. If it is necessary to make an appointment during the school day, parents may call or provide the attendance office with a note signed by the parent for an Advance Admit Pass.

Leaving campus without school authorization will result in disciplinary action. Students found outside of school during school hours are subject to disciplinary action and/or citation by the San Jose Police Department.

When a student is absent, Evergreen Valley High School will call the student's home indicating the student's absence.