MBHS Attendance Recovery Information
Attendance Recovery is required to recover the number of unexcused absences you have over the State-allowed limit. Each time you complete make-up attendance your unexcused absence will be replaced to REC-Recovered and you can maintain good standing.
If you do not make up for too many unexcused absences, you will "Fail due to Attendance" and not earn credit. Summer school will be needed or you will have to retake the class.
WHO: ANY student that has more than 5 Unexcused (UNEX, UEPN) in a semester-long class.ANY student that has more than 2 Unexcused (UNEX, UEPN) in any quarter-long class (govt/econ). ANY student that has more than 10 Unexcused (UNEX, UEPN) in any year-long class. You are responsible for monitoring your daily attendance.
HOW: Complete the required amount of IN-PERSON attendance recovery which is held at MBHS. No registration or fee is required. You must provide your own transportation. The expectation is that you bring your laptop or reading material and complete all assignments you missed. Sleeping, disrupting, or failing to complete work during attendance recovery will result in student removal and the failure to earn recovery time.
Join the MBHS Attendance Google Classroom (code: mrzlue5) for important announcements.
To determine how many hours of makeup you need. Only count the total number of unexcused absences (UNEX/UEPN) in EACH BLOCK then subtract 5. This will give you the total number of blocks you have to make up per class.
For Example: A student in a semester-long class has 8 UNEX in block 1, 5 UNEX in block 2, 5 UNEX in block 3 and 6 UNEX in block 4.
FA Block 1 = 3 hour required (8-5=3) Block 2 = 0 (5-5 no make up required) Block 3 = 0 (5-5 no make up required) FA Block 4= 1 hour required (6-5=1)
If you need assistance, email Mr. Rutenberg (email@example.com)
11/1, 11/15, 11/29, 12/6, 1/3
10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/17, 12/1, 12/8, 1/5
November 12 & December 10, 2022
3/21, 4/18, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23
3/23, 4/20, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25
April 22 & May 27, 2023