MIAMI-DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS HONOR STUDENTS WITH PERFECT ATTENDANCE RECORD THROUGHOUT THEIR TENURE AT M-DCPS
Miami-Dade County School Board members will honor 136 graduating students for successfully managing to attend every school day during their tenure with Miami-Dade County Public Schools. The event will take place this Wednesday at 11 a.m. during the special orders of business segment of the school board meeting.
Regular and punctual school attendance is one of the most important factors to a student’s progress in school. School attendance is widely regarded as a major contributing element in academic performance and student conduct. To earn this recognition, students must have entered M-DCPS in either kindergarten or the first grade and must have attended school every day of every year through the 12th grade.
"The students honored today are truly remarkable," said School Board Member Lubby Navarro, "as they have distinguished themselves through many years of hard work to obtain a perfect attendance record throughout their elementary and secondary years of school."
The students will be receiving a certificate of achievement for an outstanding accomplishment as a result of their dedication, discipline, commitment, and perseverance in having a perfect school attendance record.