Holland Middle School

DL Attendance Procedures

HMS Attendance Procedures

Students & Parents Process

While Council Rock students are engaged in Distance Learning, the following procedures will be implemented to track student attendance:

  • Beginning Monday, April 20, 2020, students/families will be responsible for recording their attendance each day.

  • ALL teachers will be provided with a link from their building principal to post in their Google Classroom/Canvas for students to be able to access.

    • Students will click the link ONCE per day to record their attendance for that day.

    • Students are NOT required to record their attendance for each class.

    • Teachers are encouraged to remind their students to record their daily attendance within their weekly updates.

  • Attendance secretaries will email the link community-wide every day at the start of each school day.

  • If a student is absent, parents/guardians can reply to the attendance secretary reporting the absence. Those who do not fill out the Form will be marked absent; excused absences should be emailed to the attendance secretary.

  • Each school day, students and / or parents will access the link to the Attendance Form, and enter a valid email address (students are encouraged to use their school address), and their student ID number.

    • Attendance is being recorded from 12:00AM to 11:59PM on a school day. Students and parents CANNOT record attendance in advance - this must be completed each day.

    • Parents / guardians of multiple CR children MUST complete this Form once for each of their students; students CANNOT be combined into a single record.


HMS ATTENDANCE LINK: HMS Attendance Form


HMS ATTENDANCE CONTACT EMAIL: hmsattendance@CRSD.ORG

3rd & 4th Marking Period Grading


As outlined by the district we will not be issuing any more report card grades for the remainder of the school year. A final grade will not be calculated for the end of year. However, we will continue to provide quality and meaningful feedback as part of the teaching/learning process. Accordingly, teachers will provide students with feedback on individual assignments in the manner they normally use through google classroom, canvas, and/or HAC. This includes qualitative feedback, scores, and grades. By doing so we value the learning of students, add accountability for their learning, while still understanding the need to be flexible with students.