Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow
Chronic Absentee Recovery Effort Project
Students who are absent 10% or more, for ANY reason, are classified as "chronic absentees." Those who are chronically absent tend to be at-risk academically because they are missing far too much school. These students lose out on the crucial learning taking place in the classroom. Students are more likely to succeed in school when they attend consistently. By making school attendance a priority, you will be taking an important step in supporting your child's success. Let's work together to help your child reach his/her highest potential.
Family Connections and Attendance Liaison
The liaison serves K-5 and K-8 schools to provide awareness and support for increased attendance through the CARE Project.
Maria Guadalupe Moreno : Lupe can be reached by phone at 559-823-3763. Her home office is located at A.L. Conner Elementary School, 222 4th St, in the Library Media Center, Room 16A.
Family Connections Technicians
- A.L. Conner, Elizabeth Nunez
- Alta, Jane Medina
- Dunlap, N/A
- Great Western, Ruben Reyes
- Jefferson, Josefina Alanis
- Lincoln, Diane Huerta
- McCord, Mariana Mata
- Riverview, Elidet Martinez
- Sheridan, Vanessa Herrera
- Silas Bartsch, Mandy Guerra
- T.L. Reed, Maria Luisa Diaz
- Washington, Cindy Lopez
- Parent Resource Center - Jefferson
- Student Health Center - Jefferson (NEW # 391-3105)
- KCUSD Adult School
- Information & Referral Helpline
- Fresno County Dept of Social Services
- Fresno County Dept of Public Health
- Fresno County Rural Transit Agency
- Dial-A-Ride (FCRTA/MV Transportation)
- Good Attendance-Early Grades
- Buena Asistencia-Primeros Grados
- Importance of Attendance-Elementary School
- Importancia de Asistencia-Escuela Primaria
- Importance of Attendance-Middle and High School
- Importancia de Asistencia-Escuela Intermedia y Secundaria
- When is Sick too Sick for School?
- ¿Estoy Demasiado Enfermo para ir a la Escuela?