Attendance Office serves students in variety of ways


Cam Meyer, Editor In-Chief

MV’s Attendance Office has recently been a popular destination for students during the school day.

Whether it be a stressful incident like the code red on April 12 or just a regular school day where student discipline is dealt with, it is always a busy day for those working inside the Office.

“Varies depending on the day, between 20-30 between all the kids leaving and coming in late,” stated Attendance Office Administrative Assistant Mrs. Erika Curry

When dealing with students daily, you could see familiar faces walk through the door, creating bonds in the process.

“Students, staff, and seeing parents as well. I get to see a wide variety of kids, but I don’t see the same kids at the same time, get to know a lot of different kids,” said Attendance Clerk Mrs. Elizabeth Raney.

With a new school year approaching, the Attendance Office is already preparing for the incoming students.

“Bringing in all new freshman files and waiting for the files to come in for new freshman,” stated Curry.

“Grant reporting – I can’t enter my data for those reports until all grades are turned in; I come in over the summer or print all of the reports and do them at home. I’ll be doing most of my work while I’m traveling in my camper,” Dean Truancy Advocate Mr. Robert Kiefer said.

“I can’t wait for next year. If there’s any attendance or someone to talk to, everyone in the attendance is more than happy to help you with all your problems, were are people who listen and develop more relationships with students,” Curry said.