• Click here for a short video from Mr. Maas, Director of Student Services, explaining how attendance is coded for Distance Learning.

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  • Even though your student might miss a virtual lesson, they still have the opportunity to complete the day's assignments by midnight that day to receive attendance credit.  Please have your student email their teachers if they will miss a virtual lesson but will still be able to complete the work later in the day.  It's good to keep the teachers informed of missing any lessons.

    If your student will miss the virtual lesson and will not be able to complete the assignments that day, please contact the Attendance Office.  

    Please clear any absences the DAY of the absence.  Excused Absences can only include illness, medical appointments, death of an immediate family member, jury duty or court appearance, or a religious ceremony or retreat.  Illness that lasts more than 3 days requires a doctor's note. All doctors notes require signature and stamp. All other absences are considered unexcused. Absences can be cleared by either of the following:

    • Call the attendance office at (805) 769-1510.  Please leave a message with your student’s name, your name, and the reason for the absence. We try to answer the phone each time. If we miss your call please leave a message. Attendance voicemails are delivered to our computer and are processed throughout the day.
    • Email the attendance office at prhsattendance@pasoschools.org. Please leave a message with your student’s name, your name, and the reason for the absence. We verify email addresses with the address listed in Aeries and will call with any questions.
    • When you receive the autodialer message it will be informing you of your student's absence for the day before.  Please stay on the line and leave a message for our Attendance Office. 


    Attendance Office Contact Information

    (805) 769-1510   ~ prhsattendance@pasoschools.org

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