The Stanislaus County Office of Education and all 25 school districts, have embarked on a county-wide campaign, "Every Day Counts" Attendance Initiative which emphasizes the importance of attending school daily.
Regular attendance is not just about meeting the required number of days at school; it plays a pivotal role in a student's overall development and academic success.
When students attend school every day, they have a better chance to engage with the curriculum, participate in discussions, and collaborate with peers. This continuous exposure to the learning environment fosters a deeper understanding of subjects and enhances critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
College Awareness Month
Choosing a college and deciding on a career path are big decisions that can often be overwhelming for students. Taking time to explore interests, passions, and strengths is important for making informed decisions about the future.
Check out the following resources for college and career exploration:
By exploring interests from a young age—even in elementary and middle school—students are better equipped to make decisions about their futures.