CWCTC requires that students enrolled attend school regularly in accordance with state law. The educational program provided by the school is predicated on the student’s regular attendance.  CWCTC administrators and teachers recognize that there may be reasons that a student may not be present at certain times. For example, these may be reasonable causes that a student is absent from a daily class:

  •  Illness
  • A physician’s written determination that the student is unable to attend school
  • Death in the immediate family
  • Quarantine
  • Impassable roads
  • Suspension
  • Observance of a bona fide religious holiday/holy day
  • Required court appearances
  • Parenting responsibilities when CWCTC administrators concur that this is a necessity

A parent/guardian absence note should include (1) the date of the student absence(s), (2) the reason for the student absence, and (3) the signature of the parent/guardian. The parent/guardian signature must be the same as the parent/guardian name on the student’s emergency information.

Phone extension: 1301
Email: [email protected]


Dear parent/guardian,

For any student who has medication or supplies in the nurse’s office, all unused medication must be picked up by a parent/guardian prior to the last day of school. Students are not permitted to carry medications home. CWCTC’s last day for students is June 3rd, 2022. Any medication not picked up will be properly disposed of at the end of the school day on June 3rd. No medication will be saved for use the following year. 

Medication Procedures and consent forms for the 2022/2023 school year will be available on our website,, prior to the start of the new school year. 

Please contact Kathy Rolka, LPN & Covid Coordinator for questions or concerns.

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