The Student Attendance Summary is a collection of data on a single student. Page actions provide the option to download the summary in a PDF report.
Accumulated Absences: This calculation method divides the classes missed by the classes scheduled to display an absence percentage for each student on each school day.
Count of OSPI Days: Washington law (WAC 392-401A-015) defines a full-day absence as when a student misses 50% or more of their scheduled class sessions.
Count of Majority Days: A student is indicated as majority-absent on a given day if absent and unexcused for more than 50% of the scheduled school periods.
Student Intervention Plans
When the required action involves Data Informed Steps or an Attendance Agreement, those are created in our Intervention Plans application and accessed via Absence Response.
Dependent Youth: Setting this flag to “Yes” will trigger this student in the required action that tracks excessive or unexpected absences.
Students believe in having a disability not covered by a 504 or IEP: Setting this flag to “Yes” will trigger this student in the required action that tracks students for the IEP/504 team.
The WARNS section of the summary only applies to secondary students.
As documents are generated in the required actions section of the application, they will generate a log in the student summary. Clicking the blue link will download the document.
As conferences are scheduled in the required actions section of the application, they will surface the conference date in the student summary. Clicking the blue link will open the details of the conference.
Some scenarios fall outside the standard requirements. For example, suppose a student will be absent from school for an extended period of time, and all parties involved are aware of the circumstances. In that case, it might be necessary to suppress all notifications for the student. This will update the status of the required action and remove the student from the required actions list.
Over the school year, students will flag certain required actions. As those actions are logged and managed, a summarized list will be displayed under the student summary's absence actions section.