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  • Good Attendance is Critical

    Research shows for every day a child is absent, they fall two to three days behind their peers because they have to play catch-up. So if a student is absent once a month, they could fall about 30 days behind by the end of the school year. This week, Sara Sandrik takes a deeper look at the importance of consistent school attendance. Video by Sara Sandrik/Merced City School District

Good Attendance is Critical

Research shows for every day a child is absent, they fall two to three days behind their peers because they have to play catch-up. So if a student is absent once a month, they could fall about 30 days behind by the end of the school year. This week, Sara Sandrik takes a deeper look at the importance of consistent school attendance. Video by Sara Sandrik/Merced City School District