One-Page Pitch: Attendance Letters One-Page Pitch: Attendance Letters

One-Page Pitch: Attendance Letters

by Chad Aiken-Zdroik
Chad Aiken-Zdroik Chad Aiken-Zdroik EdTech Thought Leader
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The One-Page Pitch series packages up big topics into comprehensive pitches ready to share with your leaders and teams! This month, we’re tackling Attendance Letters.

With many schools moving to remote and hybrid learning environments, it’s more difficult for parents to keep track of how much school their kids are missing. When students begin to miss class, it doesn’t take much time for the effects to snowball. In fact, chronically absent students (missing two or more days per month) are 7.4 times more likely to drop out of school than their peers who attend class regularly.

What’s a school to do?

Check out the one-page pitch to find out what attendance letters are and how they can be a game-changer for chronically absent students and their families.


   

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