Easthaven
Elementary School
Every Minute Counts!
Parents it is important that you understand that student attendance is counted by the number of minutes your child is in attendance. 
 
Students must be in school from the beginning to the end of each school day. Each time your child is late to school or picked up early, this counts against his/her attendance.
 
Minutes late accrue to hours which turn into days of absence.  
 
A student will be considered habitually truant if the student is absent without a legitimate excuse for five (5) or more consecutive school days, for seven (7) or more school days in one month, or twelve (12) or more school days in one (1) year.
 
A student will be considered chronically truant if the student is absent without a legitimate excuse for seven (7) or more consecutive school days, for ten (10) or more school days in one month, or fifteen (15) or more school days in one (1) year. 
 
Legitimate excuses for the absence of a student who is otherwise habitually or chronically truant include but are not limited to:
 
   a. the student was enrolled in another school district;
   b. the student was excused from attendance in accordance with R.C. 3321.04;
   c. the student received an age and schooling certificate.
 
If a student is habitually truant and the student's parent has failed to cause the student's attendance, the Board authorizes the Superintendent to file a complaint with the Judge of the Juvenile Court and/or to take any other appropriate intervention actions as set forth in the Board policy.
 
If a student is chronically truant and the student's parent has failed to cause the student's attendance, the Board authorize the Superintendent to file a complaint with the Judge of the Juvenile Court. 
 
In order to address the attendance practices of a student who is habitually truant, the Board authorizes the Superintendent to take any of the following intervention actions:
   
   A. assign the student to a truancy intervention program;
   B. provide counseling to the student;
   C. request or require the student's parent to attend a parental involvement program;
   D. request or require a parent to attend a truancy prevention mediation program;
   E. notify the Registrar of Motor Vehicles of the student's absences;
   F. take appropriate legal action. 
 
 
 
 
 
ST Math

Looking for a way to help your child improve their math skills? Your child may have an ST Math account. ST Math is a game based math program to help students understand math concepts they will be learning throughout the year. The following links are resources to help parents get started with ST Math home.

 How to use ST Math at home

Parent/Guardian Right to Know

Parent/Guardian Right to Know



Parents must be given more information, rights, and choices concerning their child’s education. NCLB states parents have a right…


  1. to have access to their child’s individual performance levels on the statewide assessments

  2. to know if their child’s school is making progress (links to Ohio Department of Education Local Report Cards)

  3. to know the qualifications of their child’s teachers, and

  4. to be informed if their child is being taught by a substitute or non-highly qualified teacher for longer than four consecutive weeks

Parents
Lunch Menu:
 
Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
Next Meeting:  To Be Announced
 
Easthaven is working to create a functioning Parent-Teacher Organization to work closely with our staff to provide many extra benefits for our students.  The support from Easthaven's parents gives the PTO the opportunity to furnish items, assemblies, and field trips that are beneficial for our students through monies raised from fund-raising projects.
 
The PTO would assist in providing enrichment programs to the students, such as the Artists-in -the-School Program and grade level field trips.  We are looking forward to your input so that we can provide exciting programs in the future to broaden and enrich what currently exists.
 
Since the PTO is a volunteer organization, it is vital that you, the parents, support the effort of the PTO.  We want to take this time to thank all of the fine parents who have helped at the school and given freely of their time to assist the teachers and the students.  To contact the PTO, please phone the school:  365-6149. 
Parent Portal
Section 504 Information

Section 504 is a federal law designed to protect the rights of individuals with disabilities and requires public school districts to provide a free appropriate public education to each qualified student within the school district. Click on this link for the CCS Section 504 Manual containing policies, guidelines and forms and to learn more about 504 services.


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Principal - Vern Miller
(614) 365-6149  |   2360 Garnet Place Columbus, OH 43232
easthavenes@columbus.k12.oh.us
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