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Student Withdrawal Before the School Year's End - June 1997 Revision

Note: This procedural directive was reviewed and revised in October 2010. We provide this revision for historic purposes only. Please refer to the current procedural directive.

If the student is moving from Albuquerque, provisions should be made to transfer grades to the new school.

In cases involving excused absences, the school, along with the parent and student, should make reasonable provisions for the student to complete the required school work so that grades will not suffer.

If a student discontinues school attendance for reasons other than those cited above, the provisions of the existing APS attendance policy applies. If the resulting absence, combined with previous absences, does not exceed ten (10) days for the semester, grades should be issued at the conclusion of the school year based on the work completed. The school is not obligated to provide make-up work, and final grades should reflect the fact that the student did not complete all required work.

Schools will not submit final grades to data processing prior to the final day of the semester.

Cross Ref.:

NSBA/NEPN Classification: JFC

Revised: May 1995
April 1996
June 1997


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