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  • McKinley Elementary School: A PBIS School
    Principal:Aaron Vincent
    1716 Kenwood Avenue
    Davenport, Iowa 52803
    Phone: 563-723-6800
    "We are Responsible , Respectful and Ready"
  • Strive for less than 5!

    On any given day, some students are missing school. They might be sick, couldn’t get a ride, or maybe mom and dad scheduled a vacation. It doesn’t matter if absences are back to back, far apart, unexcused, or excused. Missing a day adds up quickly.Missing just two days a month, or 18 days, makes your child chronically absent, putting he or she at risk.

    • More than eight in 10 chronically-absent kindergartners and first graders will not read at grade level by the end of third grade
    • Three out of four sixth graders who are chronically absent will never graduate high school

    Here are five ways you can help make sure your child goes to school

    1. Set a regular bed time
    2. Prep clothes and backpacks the night before
    3. Only keep children home if they are truly sick
    4. Have a backup plan for getting to school
    5. Avoid scheduling doctor’s appointments and trips during school hours