08.25.2020

Attendance Requirements and Reporting for the 2020-21 School Year 

iLEAD Lancaster Back to School

iLEAD Lancaster Charter School will record and report attendance based on new state legislation regarding distance learning. This means we will reinforce attendance expectations and track daily attendance and participation of all learners. Expectations include following assigned schedules with participation in daily live Zoom meetings, logging into PowerSchool and completing assignments, working independently on research and projects, participating in Zoom sessions for live workshops, and watching prerecorded guided lessons. Please note that paper-packet learning is not an option this semester. Facilitators will provide support to all families who need assistance with Zoom and PowerSchool.

If a learner will not be able to attend their scheduled Zooms, log on to PowerSchool, or complete any project work for a day, then we ask that parents report them as absent. Absences can be reported by leaving a message on the school voicemail at 661-722-4287, using the Report an Absence option under “Contact Us” on our website, emailing registrar@ileadlancaster.org, or informing your learner’s facilitator. 

Daily absence notifications will be sent via ParentSquare to parents whose learners were marked absent. Parents can respond to that notice as well to report the absence. 

Thank you in advance for encouraging and supporting daily attendance with your learners. We truly enjoy having the opportunity to be such an important part of their education and social-emotional growth!

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