MANUAL - If a student enrolls any day within the first ten (10) days of school, and has not attended another school since the start of the year, the membership may be claimed at your school from the first day of school. A school may claim the full ten (10) days of membership regardless of what day the student enrolls, providing the student has not attended another school. (Absences would need to be entered as if the student had enrolled and attended since the first day of school up to the actual day of enrollment.)
10-Day Accounting and “No-Showing” a Student
The term "no-show" applies to students who are registered to attend a Jordan District school on the first day of school, but don't end up coming at all. (They don't show up, thus, the "no-show"). The District may still account for these students, and get funding for them. Therefore, it is important to "no-show" a student correctly. A student who is "no-showed" to another Jordan District school is handled differently than a student who is "no-showed" to a school outside of Jordan School District. There are two different processes for no-showing a student in the Skyward Student Entry/Withdraw tab.
If a student is a no-show to a school/entity within the District. If a Jordan School District student notifies you of their intent to go to a different Jordan District school before the first day of school or the during first ten (10) days of school (and they never actually attend a class), use the "NO SHOW" button to no-show the student and a Skyward Exit Code of “TD”. Once a student has attended a class, they no longer a no-show and must be withdrawn on the day after their last day of attendance.
If a student is a no-show “withdraw” to a school/entity outside Jordan School District. If a Jordan School District student notifies you of their intent to go to another entity outside Jordan School District (before the first day of school and they never actually attend a class), use the "WITHDRAW" button to withdraw the student with an exit date as of the 2nd day of school. If a student notifies you of their intent to go somewhere outside the district during the first 10 days of school, and you have been marking the student absent, you may also withdraw the student on the day after you found out they were no longer coming (with the proper withdrawal code), thus eliminating the need to remove any absence codes. If a student has been marked with ten days of absences, you may use day eleven as the withdrawal date. If day eleven is a Saturday, use the Saturday date as the exit date.