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Is out-of-town an excused absence from school?




My cousin in Chicago will get married in late September, so they invited me and my family to their wedding and I will be out-of-town for at least 5 days (Wednesday, September 27, 2017 late evening - Monday, October 2, 2017 late evening) and will miss 3 school days (Thursday, September 28; Friday, September 29; and Monday, October 2), because my mom did booked a flight to Chicago on that day. But I want to attend all the school days of the school year!

However, when I go out-of-town (on vacation), I will ask you in this blog entry that going out-of-town should be an excused absence from school. Does that mean that going out-of-town is an excused absence from school? Explain in comments below.


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Maybe. My school wouldn't have accepted it, though. They only ever accepted being out of town if it was for a funeral. We'd have been expected to miss weddings. Maybe American schools are different, though. In my school, if any weddings were on, people claimed to be ill, instead.

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