Student Absences

School personnel will consider the circumstances and reasons for each student absence and determine whether the absence is excused or unexcused.  Given parent authorization, school personnel will excuse a student absence from school for the following reasons:
  • Illness
  • To receive medical, dental, optometrical or chiropractic services
  •  Exclusion from school for health and safety (not more than 5 days)
  • Exclusion from school for head lice/nits ( 2 days)
  • Attendance at funeral services for a member of immediate family
  • Observance of a religious holiday/ceremony
  • Quarantine under the direction of a county or city health officer

Student Tardies

It is very important that parents call the school the morning you are keeping your child home from school.  It is the parent's responsibility to clear absences.  Any absence that is not cleared in 3 days will be marked unexcused.  The 24 hour attendance reporting line is 891-3104 x 101.

A student is tardy when he/she arrives in the classroom after the tardy bell rings, but before the first thirty minutes of the class has been completed.  A student is habitually tardy to a class when he/she receives three (3) or more unexcused tardies per trimester.  A student is truant when he/she arrives unexcused in the classroom 30 minutes after the bell rings.

School personnel will consider the circumstances and reasons for each student tardy and determine whether the tardy is excused or unexcused.  Excused tardiness is understandable.  The student will be expected to make up work missed without penalty.  Unexcused tardiness is inappropriate and may result in disciplinary consequences.

All excused tardies should be accompanied by a doctor's verification note.

Truancy

A student who is absent from school without a valid excuse in excess of the (30) minutes or more per day for four different days during the school year will be declared truant, and the parents will be notified of their obligation to resolve the truancy problem.

After 3 unexcused absences, a letter of truancy notification will be sent home.  After 4 unexcused absences, a second truancy notice will be sent home and parents will be invited to attend a conference to discuss resolution of the truancy problem.  A student with more than 5 unexcused absences will be declared a habitual truant and another parent conference will be scheduled.  If suggested alternatives to reach resolution of the truancy problem are not followed through responsibly and successfully, the problem will be reviewed and consideration will be given to pursue a course of legal action.

We hope that these attendance procedures wil help both the school and parents to work together in a cooperative manner towards our common goal of increasing each child's success in school.  As parents, you have a great deal to do with the establishment of regular and punctual student attendance habits.  Your cooperation and support of our attendance procedures will be greatly appreciated.

Rosedale School Site Council

Rosedale Two Way Spanish Elementary School School Site Council Members
 
Jo Ann Bettencourt
Katie Aguilar
Ofelia Landeros
Margie Taresh
Jose Bravo
Elizabeth Stevens
Kathy Jones
Shanna Booth
 

Toolbox Project

Introducing Toolbox
Knowing & Naming Our Feelings

 

Tools for Learning - Tools for Life

toolboxbydovetail.org

Toolbox Tools

Toolbox Letter and the 12 Tools

Kindergarten and Lottery Information

Kindergarten Class Hours
8:25 - 2:20 - FullDay

2018-2019 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

A child must be five years old on or before September 1, 2018
 
Raccoons Reading

Asbestos Management Plan

The Rosedale Asbestos Management Plan is now available to view online.

Click on this link to view: Asbestos Management Plan

Hard copies of the plan are available for viewing at the Chico Unified School District Corporation Yard.
Contact Darci Bruggman at 891-3195

Williams Act

On December 10, 2004, the San Francisco County Superior Court approved the notice of settlement in Eliezer Williams, et al. v. State of California, et al.  The court ordered that the California Department of Education make available information regarding the provisions of the settlement and the process by which students on whose behalf the lawsuit was filed may file objections to the settlement.  In keeping with the court's order, four documents are posted and available for downloading on
CDE's Website,http://www.cde.ca.gov/eo/ce/wc/index.asp.