LINDSAY HS

09 - 12 Grades

School attendance is a baseline factor in determining student success. Successful schools begin by engaging students and making sure they come to school regularly.

Attendance

Why do we measure this?

Regular attendance is predictive of student and school success. Students cannot learn if they are not present for instruction; an absence of as few as two days per month may put students at risk of falling behind academically.

What was Measured?

Data displayed here shows the percentage of students that were in good attendance.

View the bottom graph to see how the state performance compares to other Oklahoma schools.

View the bottom graph to see how the district performance compares to other Oklahoma schools.

View the bottom graph to see how this school’s performance compares to other Oklahoma schools.

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Performance Over Time

Student Demographics

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Student Attendance by Group

Data displayed here compares the percentage of students in good attendance with the percentage of students that were chronically absent. Students are considered chronically absent when they miss 10 percent or more of the school year for any reason.

Students - 2019

Students In Good Attendance Chronically Absent
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  • API: Asian/Pacific Islander
  • Econ Dis: Economically Disadvantaged
  • EL: English Learner
  • FAY: Full Academic Year
  • SWD: Students with Disabilities
  • Two or More: Two or More Races