One-Page Pitch: Positive Attendance One-Page Pitch: Positive Attendance

One-Page Pitch: Positive Attendance

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by Avery Faehling
Avery Faehling Avery Faehling Pitchmaster
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The Advancing K12 One-Page Pitch Series aims to help team members lead from within. We’ll package up big topics into a comprehensive, concise pitch ready to deliver to stakeholders. 

This month we are exploring positive attendance. Positive attendance allows students to use technology to check in to the classrooms they're supposed to be in, eliminating the need for a time-consuming roll call. Students gain agency and attendance records flow seamlessly into the SIS. Positive attendance can even help reward good attendance and nip chronic absenteeism in the bud.

Postive attendance can also make a difference for school security. Students are able to check in, instead of teachers trying to figure out who isn't present after an evacuation or crisis.

 
 

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