Welcome to the Attendance Policies and Procedures
Please be aware that as of September 5, 2017, new PA Legislation (Act 138) went into effect. Act 138 stipulates that after three (3) days of unlawful absences (including unexcused absences) within one school year, parents will receive a letter from their child's school outlining the consequences of habitual truancy and inviting them to a School Attendance Improvement Conference (as required of schools per the legislation). Additional absences may result in a referral to a school-based attendance improvement program, referral to Bucks County Children and Youth Services, and/or a citation for violating compulsory attendance laws. Penalties for conviction include fines of up to $750.00 for each offense. In the event your child is absent, please be sure to contact the attendance office within three (3) days of the absence. This can be done through email (email@example.com), phone (267-893-3200), or by submitting a written note. Students with unlawful absences are also subject to school-based disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
Central Bucks School District attendance policies conform to the Pennsylvania School Code sections 1326 to 1333 dealing with compulsory school attendance.
"Every child of compulsory school age having a legal residence in this Commonwealth...is required to attend a day school in which the subjects and activities prescribed by the standards of the State Board of Education are taught".
TO REPORT AN ABSENCE, please leave a message on the CB South 24 hour Attendance Hotline (267)893-3200 or send an e-mail to the Attendance Office at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please include your student's name, grade, date of absence and reason.TO CONFIRM AN EARLY RELEASE, please call 267-893-3008.
To see your student's attendance record, go to the Parent Portal!
Thank you for visiting the South Attendance web page. It is our hope that this resource will help home and school work together to support good attendance and success in learning. You may call the Attendance Office if you have questions: 267-893-3009.