If you have any questions about student attendance, please don't hesitate to contact Andi Bruss, Attendance Clerk, at Enoree Career Center. The information below provides a few reminders to help students and parents have a successful year at Enoree Career Center.
All doctor's excuses, parent notes, early dismissal notices, late arrival notices, etc. should be submitted to our attendance clerk, Andi Bruss, using the contact information found below:
Andi Bruss, Attendance Clerk
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact Phone: (864) 355-7401
Contact Fax: (864) 355-7407
The school year consists of 180 school days. To receive credit, high school students taking courses for graduation credit must attend at least 85 days of each 90-day semester course as well as meet all minimum requirements for each course. In order to receive high school credit after the 5th unlawful absence, seat time recovery is required for every subsequent absence that is unlawful. A student must attend the majority of a class session during a school day to receive credit for that class. Any student that enters the building after the tardy bell has rung must report to the main office to obtain a pass to class. Consequences for excessive tardies are listed in the student handbook.
An early dismissal may be arranged using the following methods:
Any student who misses school must present a written excuse, signed by his or her parent or legal guardian or a health care professional, for all absences within two (2) days of the student’s return to school. The written excuse should include the reason for and the date of absence. If a student fails to bring a valid written excuse to school, his or her absence will be recorded as unlawful. School will use the criteria below when deciding whether an absence is lawful or unlawful.
When any type of note is taken the student’s home high school attendance office, the student must also inform the attendance clerk at Enoree Career Center in order for the absence to be excused from Enoree.