Remote Learning

Student Attendance While Remote Learning


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    Dear Glendale Unified Parents and Guardians,


    Thank you for your continued support and patience as we adjust to our new remote learning model. We are committed to providing continuity of education and access to academic and social emotional support for our students throughout this time. Regular “attendance,” or participation in remote learning lessons, is vital to student success. In order to ensure our students continue to make academic progress, Glendale Unified School District will be tracking attendance on a weekly basis while our students participate in remote learning. Teachers will submit weekly attendance and follow their school’s protocol for initiating contact with absent students and their parents/guardians. Counselors, administrators, psychologists, and the Glendale Unified Student Wellness Services department will review attendance on a weekly basis and contact chronically absent (not participating) students and their parents/guardians for wellness checks, if necessary.


    Remote learning is a new opportunity for all of us. Now more than ever it is important that we work together and support one another. We understand that students may experience stress or anxiety related to the COVID-19 pandemic or remote learning. Additionally, we know that remote learning may pose a significant challenge for our students and families, particularly those who do not have access to technology. We are here to help and guide you throughout this process. Please contact your school principal or Glendale Unified Student Wellness Services Director Dr. Ilin Magran at or (818) 241-3111, ext. 1500 if you have questions or need additional support.




    Vivian Ekchian, Ed.D
    Superintendent of Schools

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