Report an Absence
Please report your child's absence and reason for absence before 9:15 a.m. Student absences can be reported via the following methods:
- Online - Use the Online Absence Reporting Form to report an absence.
- By phone - You can call the 24-hour attendance line at 425-408-5610 and leave a message for our office staff
- Via email - If you are reporting it via email, please include the teacher's email address as well as our office email address. email@example.com
Thank you to all parents who call our safe-arrival line when your students are ill or have a late arrival. If your child is going to be absent or tardy, call our 24-hour voice mail system that is monitored by the office or send a email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leave your student's:
- Teacher’s name and,
- Reason for your child’s absence or,
- Why they will be late.
When your child is absent, we ask that you phone school or email to let us know your child will not be in attendance and why. Your assistance is important in home and school communication. You may call the office at 425-408-5600 or our 24-hour Woodmoor Absentee Hotline at 425-408-5610. If we do not hear from you, our Safe Arrival Callers will make an attempt to contact you at home or work.
Becca Bill: Northshore School District implements provisions of the revised Compulsory Attendance Law, RCW 28.A225, known as the “Becca Bill”. The intent of this legislation is to direct schools to initiate a series of corrective steps when a student is absent and unexcused from attending school. School attendance, by law, has been and continues to be compulsory.
Absences (illness, medical): Every day of school is important to the education of your child, however a child should not be sent to school if he/she shows any signs of illness.
Absences (vacations, trips): These absences are highly discouraged, but when taken, it is required that all class work missed be completed upon return. It is the responsibility of the student to find out what work was missed. It is advisable to inform the teacher of the absence prior to the occurrence if at all possible. In some cases, the teacher may suggest activities/work to complete during the period of absence.