Every Day Counts!
Scripps Ranch High has one of the highest average daily attendance of all comprehensive high schools in the San Diego Unified School District. We are very proud of this accomplishment and really appreciate the support from parents to have students attend school every day.
Please read the attendance policy in the Student Handbook. Reporting your student's absence the morning of the occurrence keeps you from being interrupted later in the day and keeps your student from being called out of the class to help the Attendance Office staff account for the absence. Every period of absence must be accounted for. Your assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Good attendance is a top priority during the entire school year because when students are attending school daily, more learning and better grades can be achieved.
SRHS Attendance Policy
Illness (Absences due to illness for three or more consecutive days require a note from your doctor to be excused.)
Medical or dental appointments
Death in the family
Extreme family emergency. Please be specific. Absences do not earn state funding and need to be discussed with attendance staff.
Family activities out of town (vacations or trips)
A = Unverified Absence
B = Bus did not pick-up student
C = Contract Independent Study (CIS)
D = Detained
E = Excused
F = Field Trip
G = No Credit Earned
I = Illness
K = Saturday School (make-up)
L = Late or leave early (excused)
M = Bereavement
N = In-school Suspension
R = Religious Holiday
S = Suspended
T = Late/Tardy (0-30 minutes late or leave early, unexcused)
Z = Truant
Absence verification should be made by parent via telephone, e-mail, or note.
K-12 Enrollment Forms (Student Information Cards)
Students must complete a new Student Information Card each year to ensure updated information of telephone numbers and emergency contacts. Completed student information cards should be returned to the Attendance Office.