The Ministry of Education brings regulation for the absences of the students of the A four months for Gymnasiums and Lyceums for the period of distance teaching.
According to reports, all absences of students / three will be recorded in the absence book, but for the characterization of the students / three will not be taken into account.
The arrangement of absences will be announced at the end of the courses of the 2nd four months.
The relevant regulation will be the responsibility of the Teachers' Associations.
It is recalled that the Ministry of Education, with a circular he had issued at the beginning of distance learning, had called on the Principals of the school units to systematically capture all the students who are absent throughout the day, per class.
What applies to absences
The attendance of students / three is considered sufficient if the total of his / her absences does not exceed one hundred and fourteen (114).
Student / tri attendance is characterized as insufficient- let that scored over one hundred and fourteen (114) absences. Students whose attendance is considered insufficient are obliged to repeat their attendance in the same class.
In the case of Music and Artistic Gymnasiums and Lyceums, the numerical limits provided increase by sixteen apply. (16) absences.
In the case of Evening Gymnasiums and Evening General High Schools or Evening Vocational High Schools, the numerical limits provided increase by sixteen apply. (16) absences.
In the case of private schools that operate part-time, the numerical limits provided increase depending on the number of additional hours apply..
When student absences are not counted, due to Koronovirus
1. Student absences related to COVID-19 coronavirus are recorded, but are not counted in the following cases :
a) If the student or someone living in his / her home gets COVID-19 coronavirus, with the necessary medical certificate.
b) If the student belongs to an increased risk group, as defined by EODY, with the necessary presentation of a medical certificate from the treating doctor or from a doctor of the relevant specialty. The groups of high-risk students are as follows:
i. Students receiving chemotherapy for malignancy or after homologous hematopoietic cell transplantation, if less than six have elapsed (6) months after its completion.
ii. Students after allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation, if less than twelve have elapsed (12) months.
iii. Students after solid organ transplant, if less than twenty-four have elapsed (24) months.
iv. Students with sickle cell disease.
v. Students with severe congenital or acquired immunodeficiency (HIV and CD4 500).
we. Students under chronic cortisone therapy (prednisolone >20mg / day).
vii. Students with severe chronic kidney disease or new- physical insufficiency.
viii. Students with hemodynamically significant congenital heart disease or known cardiomyopathy.
ix. Students for years, severe lung disease, such as cystic fibrosis with respiratory failure or students with severe and uncontrolled asthma, according to the opinion of a specialized center.
x. Students with complex metabolic or neurological problems.
c) A student who has undergone a molecular diagnostic test for COVID-19 coronavirus and for how long he has been waiting for the result to be published.
2. For students who are absent by joining vulnerable groups, attendance is provided through modern distance education.