Attendance For Credit
  • Spring ATTENDANCE FOR CREDIT Information

    LET’S GET TO WORK SOC NATION!

    ATTENDANCE FOR CREDIT IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOC STUDENTS!

    According to Texas State law, each student must be in attendance 90 percent of the days the class is offered.

    Absences received in the SPRING SEMESTER beginning February 1, 2021 count towards our Principal’s Plan and loss of credit.

     For the SPRING 2021 semester, once a student receives 6 absences, they have lost credit, until the student completes acceptable academic seat time meeting AfC guidelines to restore the credit(s).

     To avoid loss of credit(s) due to attendance, submit an Attendance for EACH of your classes EVERY DAY!!!

    If you are on the Principal’s Plan and you have not completed your required Seat time/hours, your course credit will be denied, even if you passed the class.

     

     

    Fall Attendance for Credit

    LET’S GET TO WORK SOC NATION!

     ATTENDANCE FOR CREDIT IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOC STUDENTS!

    According to Texas State law, each student must be in attendance 90 percent of the days the class is offered.

    Absences received during the Fall 2020 semester (September 8, 2020-January 29, 2021) count towards our Principal’s Plan and loss of credit. 

    • For the FALL 2020 semester, once a student receives 5 absences, they have lost credit.
    • For the SPRING 2021 semester, once a student receives 6 absences, they have lost credit.

    For more questions regarding your student’s attendance contact your student’s AFC Contact Person:

    9th Grade – Mr. Dawson |Bradawson@DALLASISD.ORG

    10th Grade – Ms. McNairy | Cmcnairy@DALLASISD.ORG

    11th Grade – Ms. Brianna Hogg| bhogg@DALLASISD.ORG

    12th Grade – Ms. Holloway | Staholloway@DALLASISD.ORG

     

    *Perfect Attendance Matters!

    YOU are responsible for completing all assignments to fulfill the requirements for the Principal’s Plan.

    If you are on the Principal’s Plan and you have not completed your required Seat time/hours, your course credit will be denied, even if you passed the class.