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By Karla Pomeroy

Worland High School sees improvement in absences


September 28, 2017

WORLAND —Worland High School administrators provided a report on the first 25 days of the school year during Monday’s Washakie County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees meeting that showed improvement in absences.

Assistant Principal Brian Gunderson then turned his attention to attendance and tardiness.

Last year, unexcused absences were at 281 periods for the first 25 days. This year that number has dropped to 101 periods.

Gunderson said in looking at avoidable absences or excused absences, last year there were 1,023 periods missed through 25 days.

This year, WHS is at 993 periods...

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