To view the video, please use the following Vimeo link: http://vimeo.com/101425388 To download the video in Spanish, use this Vimeo link: http://vimeo.com/130556839. Find the script in Spanish here.
Attendance Works has created this video to explain the problem of chronic absence—its prevalence across the country and its impact on student achievement at every grade level. We also offer solutions that can engage the school and the community in building a culture of good attendance. And we give examples of how communities and school districts are addressing the barriers that keep students from getting to school. To download the video, please use the following Vimeo link: http://vimeo.com/63614396
United Way of Greater Kansas City worked with SchoolSmartKC & Turn the Page KC to create this video to encourage families and schools to continue to prioritize strong student attendance and engagement during hybrid teaching. The video is a great tier 1 support!
United Way of Greater Kansas City worked with SchoolSmartKC & Turn the Page KC to create this video to to encourage families and schools to continue to prioritize strong student attendance and engagement during virtual teaching.
Frederick County Public Schools released this video on the importance of attendance to recognize September as Attendance Awareness Month.
The Oakland Unified School District released this music video, “I’m an Oakland School Kid,” to encourage their peers to come to school on time and ready to learn. The video features Marshawn Lynch, former OUSD student and current NFL player for the Seattle Seahawks.
Check out this short video animation that explains why attendance matters in the early grades. The video is an animation of our Attendance Works infographic.
Winners of the Suncoast Campaign for Grade-Level Reading’s Attendance Awareness Poster Contest attended Spring Training games featuring the Baltimore Orioles and the Pittsburgh Pirates.
To download the video, please use the following link: https://youtu.be/bM_8-OcFCYI
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District developed this video about its Get To School – You Can Make It! campaign. The 8-minute video shows how the District mobilized its resources and reached out to community sponsors and foundations to support the initiative.
To download the video, please use the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDLrRXJk2t0&feature=youtu.be