When your child misses just one day of school per month, even in kindergarten and lower grades, s/he will be LESS likely to graduate from high school. But when your child misses less than five days of school per year — from kindergarten to senior year — high school graduation is much more likely. Check out this issue of Power Parent to learn more.
A GRPS Magazine | September 2018
What’s the problem? “Chronically absent” sounds like a terrible problem, and it is. What makes it worse: your child could be chronically absent, and you don’t even realize it. That’s...
For great attendance As parents, YOU are the most important person to promote good attendance. Like parents before you, you have the day-to-day responsibility to make sure your children get […]
GRPS leads nation with campaign The innovative GRPS Strive for Less than 5! attendance campaign developed has been featured in a U.S. Department of Education webinar, NPR’s All Things Considered,...
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