St. Viator Catholic School  Logo
Administration Mission Statement & Philosophy School-Wide Learning Expectations Faculty & Staff Directory Nurse's Corner Employment Opportunities About St. Viator St. Viator Parish Church
Curriculum & Accreditation Counseling and Resource Library Technology & Computer Lab
Admissions Application Procedures Tuition Policies and Rates Attendance Policies School Uniform Policy Scrip
Parent's Role in Our School Community Volunteers Cafeteria Schedule Extended Care Program Parish School Advisory Board PTO Booster Club St. Viator School Foundation 2017 St. Viator 2nd Annual Art, Wine & Music Festival
Spirituality & Campus Ministry Clubs, Music & Activities Sports Report a Bully School Uniform Uniform Policy
Classroom Connection & Homework Power School Viator Voice!

Attendance Policies

Daily Attendance

Regular and punctual attendance is required.  Students are to be in their classrooms before the 8:00 AM bell rings. Any student arriving after 8:00 AM will be admitted by obtaining a late slip in the school office.

A student will be marked half day when:  more than one hour and fifty-five minutes have been missed, regardless of when in the day the student is out.

 A student will be marked absent when:  more than three hours and forty-five minutes of the instructional day are missed, regardless of when in the day the student is out.

Please see the student handbook for more detailed information on St. Viator Attendance Policies. 


To Report Absences/Tardies

 Please:   Call (732-4477 ext 104) or email, the Attendance Secretary, Vicki Kiland, at

Give your child's name, room number and the reason for the absence or tardy.

Your cooperation is appreciated.

Early Dismissal

Students are to bring notes requesting early dismissal to the school office before school in order to obtain an early-out slip.  The early-out slip should be given to the homeroom teacher at the start of the school day.  Parents or an authorized adult must come into the office to sign the student out.


Excessive Absences

Excessive absences hinder the integrity of a student's academic progress.  A student will be placed (rather than promoted) into the next grade if there are more than twenty absences for that school year.   Summer school and/or tutoring may be recommended to ensure promotion.