Schools hope pleas will boost attendance during "count weeks"

Some Ohio school districts are urging parents to ensure their children attend school or provide a written excuse -- a precaution to help the districts hold onto state money that hinges on student attendance. The first week in February and October are so-called "count weeks," and the Ohio Department of Education bases some funding for local districts on attendance records from those two weeks.

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