Hudson High School
Attendance

Regular attendance at school is vital to student learning and success. Student success is at risk when the student is not in school.
The primary responsibility for regular school attendance of a child rests upon the child’s parent(s) or guardian. In addition, school officials have a legal responsibility to enforce student attendance in school. It is the intent of the Hudson School District to work as closely as possible with families regarding student attendance. Building administrators (principals, deans and associate principals) are the Board of Education’s designated school attendance officers.
All absences require parent/legal custodian’s written verification in order to be excused. The verification is to be submitted to the building administrator’s secretary. If written verification is not received the absence will be considered unexcused.
Once fifteen (15) absences, full day or part day, excused or unexcused, have been reached in a school year, all further absences may be subject to an attendance review per School District Procedure 5113.1.

A complete list of Hudson School District Policies are available on the School District’s homepage under the Board of Education tab.