Attendance in PreSchool


According to Attendance WorksTM, preschool is the ideal time to introduce children to consistent on-time attendance and to encourage strong attendance habits. A quality preschool program can build early literacy and math skills, as well as develop the social and emotional foundation children need to persist in school.

Preschoolers who miss 10% or more arrive at kindergarten with lower levels of school readiness.

MISPERCEPTION: Absences only matter from first grade forward. There is growing evidence that preschool education is important to school readiness and to reading at grade level by grade 3.

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If preschoolers are chronically absent for more than one year, they are less likely to read proficiently by the end of 3rd grade.

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