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Two pie charts illustrate how many Port Chester Schools students were considered “chronically absent” (orange) and achieving benchmark target attendance (blue) in April and December of the 2022-23 school year. Absenteeism is considered chronic if a student misses 10% or more of their school days.

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In the aftermath of COVID-19, attendance rates dip at PCSD

District administrators have strategies moving forward to address increase in absences

No matter how many innovative initiatives, excellent teachers and enhanced technology the Port Chester School District can provide, the only way to ensure students adequately advance into adulthood is if they’re physically in the classroom.

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