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SEPTEMBER 18 IS HIGH ATTENDANCE DAY

Russell County Schools are participating in “High Attendance Day” again this year.  Sponsored by the Kentucky Director of Pupil Personnel Directors Association, High Attendance Day is designed to bring attention to the association between good attendance and success in school and life.  We need everyone here, on time, and ready to learn-especially on Thursday, September 18!

Across the state, schools achieving the highest percentage of attendance will be recognized in six divisions – elementary, middle and high schools, divided by enrollment (249 and fewer; 250 and more). First-place winners will receive $500 and regional winners will be awarded a certificate of achievement.

By attending class regularly, a child is more likely to keep up with daily lessons/assignments and to reach academic benchmarks on time.  School attendance is a family and a student responsibility.  Parents and guardians can help by instilling the habit of going to school every day and by staying engaged in their child's education from their first day of school through graduation. 

For more information, contact Johnna Dalton, Russell County Schools Director of Pupil Personnel, at 270.343.3191 or email johnna.dalton@russell.kyschools.us 





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Russell County High School
2166 S Hwy 127
Russell Springs, KY 42642  

Phone: (270) 866-3341 
Fax: (270) 866-8830
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