REPORT AN ABSENCE ONLINE
Please submit proper documentation by email (Doctor's note, court, etc.) to: Mrs. Capanni at:
mcapanni@rbusd.org  or  Mrs. Curiel at:  kcuriel@rbusd.org  and/or fax to: 310-798-4685

An absence must be cleared within 5 school days. After that time it will be recorded as unexcused.

If a student leaves campus without getting an Off-Grounds Permit, the absence cannot be cleared by the parent/guardian and will be recorded as a cut. All reported absences will be verified by the RUHS Attendance Office. Please check the Parent Portal to verify that all absences have been cleared.
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Reports of students leaving early are not accepted online, absolutely no exceptions! Your student must bring a handwritten note from a parent/guardian to the Attendance Office in the morning requesting an Off-Grounds Permit. Phone requests can be made before and during class hours. Phone requests made during Snack or Lunch will not be accepted.
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STUDENT'S Full Name (LAST, FIRST) *
Date of Absence(s)
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No tardy reports accepted online, no exceptions!

Tardies are only excused with a medical/dental note provided by the facility. Each note must be submitted to the Attendance Office within 5 school days.
Specify type of absence- If partial, student must check in to the Attendance Office upon arrival. No appointments/No early release accepted. To request, call the Attendance Office. *
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Grade Level *
If reporting an absence for any other reason, call the Attendance Office or send student with a handwritten note upon return.

If for a medical/dental appointment, student must provide documentation upon return, no exceptions.
Reason for Absence
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**For illness, please specify symptoms:
COVID symptoms:

If you think you may be experiencing illness due to COVID, please take a COVID test. If you test POSITIVE, please report your positive test result at 
Regular Attendance is Essential for Learning
Regular attendance is critical to your child's education. Disruptions to your child's school attendance can have a significant impact on his or her academic performance. Both the California Administration Code and the Education Code state that every pupil must attend school regularly. When a child is excessively absent, a parent-teacher conference will be scheduled. Excessive absences may result in referral to the School Attendance Review Board (SARB). Your child should attend school consistently and should be absent only for illness or emergencies. Please do not schedule extended family vacations during school time.
What do you do if your child is going to be absent?
Fill out the Report an Absence Online form above and hit submit. This is the easiest and most efficient way to report your child's absence. This information is needed for our attendance report and state funding. The State auditors are very through in checking these records.

Let us know if your child has a contagious disease, confirmed by your child's physician, such as chicken pox, measles, mumps, or strep throat. We will watch for symptoms in other students and notify their parents when appropriate. Please provide the Health Office with a note from your physician indicating the diagnosis and releasing your child to return to school.

A child who was absent due to fever must be fever-free for 24 hours before returning to school. If your child has been absent due to a lice outbreak, please have them meet with the Health Clerk before returning to class. Please notify the school of any anticipated absences due to out-of-town trips, family emergencies, or medical or dental appointments.
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