Student attendance measures whether students are considered "model attendees". A "model attendee" is a student who is in attendance for at least 96% of his or her enrolled days during the school year (persistent attendee); or a student who has improved his or her attendance by at least three percentage points from the prior to current school year (improving attendee). Student attendance also considers the percentage of students who are not chronically absent, or missing more than 10% of enrolled days during the school year. Only students who spend most of the school year enrolled in the school are included when reporting the attendance of students.
What are the patterns of student attendance in this corporation?
Student attendance measures whether students are considered “model attendees” by either demonstrating persistent attendance or improved attendance during the school year. Chronic absenteeism is the rate of students who have been absent from school for at least 10 percent of the school year, for any reason.
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Students with Disabilities
Performance in Context
Penn-Harris-Madison School Corp (7175)
How are students in this corporation performing compared to the state's interim targets for model attendance?
Interim targets indicate expected progress needed to achieve the state’s long-term goals for model attendance.