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Excuse Letter for Absence or Tardiness

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Excuse Letter for Absence or Tardiness

An Excuse Letter for Absence or Tardiness is used by parents or guardians of a child (or children) to explain the absence or tardiness of the child and to excuse the same.

When a child is absent from school, they are required to present a letter of explanation (or an excuse letter) from their parents or guardians. If the absence is for more than a certain number of days, some schools also require the presentation of a doctor's certificate if the absence was for a health-related concern.

On the other hand, some schools may require students to present an excuse letter for tardiness from their parents especially if said tardiness is habitual or has exceeded the maximum amount of tardiness that the school may have set.


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The user should enter all the information required to complete the document. Once completed, the parent(s) or guardian(s) named as the sender should review the document and, if all the information is complete, sign the same. An Excuse Letter for Absence or Tardiness is usually personally delivered by the child to the proper teacher or school authority.


Applicable laws

An Excuse Letter for Absence is required under the 2000 DECS Service Manual and Department of Education Department Order 88 Series of 2010 as amended by Department Order No. 11 Series of 2011. Education of children are generally governed by the Elementary Education Act of 1953, Education Act of 1982 and the Child and Youth Welfare Code, among others.


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