By Danielle Lankford, Guadalupe School Communication Specialist
The leaves are changing, there's cool in the air, and boots and scarves are coming out of the closet and that means - it's almost October! And, October at Guadalupe Charter School is Attendance Awareness month, or what we call "Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow! Our 6th grade leadership team gave us their take on what attendance means:
"Going to Guadalupe is fun because it is where my friends are and I like seeing my friends everyday. Attendance is important because we don't want to miss homework and other information. When I miss school sometimes I miss important tests and lose grade points. I like attending school because I like the satisfaction of knowing I am doing something good for my future. I don't want to miss the lessons my teacher has to teach me.
We want to make sure all of Guadalupe School knows that coming to school every day counts toward our future!"
- Luis and Fernando
Luis and Fernando are right, attendance is important! The reason we make a big deal out of attendance at Guadalupe School is because everyday does count, and here's how: