school attendance

Translations

school attendance

nfrequenza scolastica
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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These include pre- and post-natal check-up for pregnant mothers and their babies; attendance of the parent/s or guardian in the monthly family development sessions; mandatory deworming to children enrolled in elementary at least twice a year; and school attendance of children aged three to 18 years old.
Magistrate Jonathon Dennatt told her: "We do look very harshly at school attendance.
Under the act, parents can also be dealt with via the way of Parenting Orders, Education Supervision Orders and School Attendance Orders.
There are two affected areas: the current Hawthorne Elementary School attendance area on or past the east side of York Street and on or past the north side of St.
Promoting school attendance can have positive effects on children's health, according to a new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics' Council on School Health.
[USA], Feb 28 (ANI): A new research now finds that anxiety can be a factor in poor school attendance among children and young people.
If your children have been taking their school attendance lightly, a warning from the Ministry would deter them from doing so.
Because the winter doldrums can influence school attendance in the city of Philadelphia, the school district recently initiated a social media campaign to help boost student attendance.
I require 100% school attendance and if there isn't 100% school attendance I will finalise the case and the two will be facing a prison sentence." Addressing the parents directly, he added: "You are not going to get any softness from this court while this kind of carry-on continues."
PUPIL safety and school attendance is being put at risk by ongoing bus strikes in the city - according to a group of head teachers.
With my colleague Kori Stroub, I have used geospatial techniques--mapping various kinds of demographic data onto educational boundaries--to examine public school attendance zones and their effect on students.

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