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Report an Absence

Missing just two days every month puts students at risk of falling behind. Attendance is the first way you can help your child succeed in school.


Please report all absences using one of the following:

  1. Call the 24 hour absence line to leave a message: 951-302-6621

  2. Call the front office during school hours: 951-302-6610

  3. Email Kim Harvick, Attendance Clerk:

Please give the date, name of your child, teacher name and reason for absence.


Attendance Matters


Early Check Out Upate:

The end of the school day is a busy time. Should you need to check our child out early, we request that you do so before 3pm on a regular school day and by 12:45pm on modified days.


The end of the day is a busy time in classrooms as teachers finish up instruction, wrap up the day, review homework, go over important details for the next day, and help prepare time for students for dismissal. Calling the classroom for a student's early release at this time interrupts the teacher, the classroom, and the students and makes it difficult for us to to get the student to the front office before the bell rings. 

All absences need to be cleared by parents within the month that they occurred.  For a completion description of what constitutes an "excused" absence please visit the following link Cal.Ed.Code48205  

Even excused absences that cause your child to miss significant amounts of school can cause your child to fall behind in class.  All students who miss more than 10% of school days, for both excused and unexcused absences, are considered chronically absent and will receive a letter from the school.  Students exceeding 10% absenteeism will be referred to a School Attendance Review Team Meeting (SART meeting) to discuss reasons for absences and ways to improve attendance.

If your child is absent due to testing positive for COVID, please make sure you have read  Parent Covid Quarantine Information in full before reporting the absence. (Spanish or Chinese)


CLICK HERE to report a COVID-related absence.