Chronic Absenteeism refers to the percent of students who were chronically absent (missing >18 days of school). Our target is to have less than 10% of students chronically absent in a given school year.
“Overlapping identities” calculated by creating 0/1 binary value for Free and Reduced Lunch, non-White students, Special Education and English Language Learners, then summing these values. “0” overlapping identities indicates a non-FRL, non-Special Education, English-speaking White student. “3” indicates a student has three of these four values.
Rates based on fewer than 10 students (n<10) are suppressed to protect student privacy.