Why is it important to attend school daily?, to begin with under State Law a student age 6 through 18 is required to attend school, to receive credit in a class the student must attend 90 percent of the days the class is offered daily to make the most of his or her education . Most importantly the student’s only job is to attend school daily, there will be times an exception will have to be made, but the student’s parent will have to write a legitimate excuse signed by them to be turned in by their child no later than 3 days after their absences. When the absences are not excused they will be exactly that “unexcused absences” that will eventually add up, when there are more than 3 unexcused absence days or part of days in a four-week period or 10 or more days or part of days in a six-month period the parent and the student will be subject to prosecution. Being a truant student is considered a Class C misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine not to exceed $500, there are and will be many consequences to missing school and an excuse is not written. Education is the most important thing in a child’s life he or she from an early age needs to be thought that without an education there is no chance of success or acquiring a long life career of your desire. Who wants to be stuck in a minimum wage job the rest of their life, most likely flipping burgers at the local McDonalds instead of being in air conditioned office working only 8 hours a day earning a 56,000 salary annually. The salary does vary but with a four year college degree you are guaranteed to make more than the minimum, just like any job requires their employees to be on time schools require their students to do the same each and every day .
Since the State law requires you to be in school more than 90% of the time and each class is 70 minutes long, the student cannot be more than 7 minutes late or otherwise he or she will be marked absent for the rest of the class period. Teaching the students to be on...
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