Albany launching attendance improvement project

August 27, 2019 12:14 PM

ALBANY - Just in time for the new school year, the Albany School District is launching an attendance improvement campaign.

The campaign will focus on making schools a place where students and families feel welcomed and safe.


The program will enlist the support of the community to help overcome barriers to good attendance.

The first day of school is Friday, September 6 or Monday, September 9 - depending on their grade level and school.

Hear a parent in the district and the superintendent talk about why attendance is so important, by watching the video of the story.


WNYT Staff

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