Attendance & Discipline
Our Student Services Department oversees student attendance and discipline at Poinciana High School. Student attendance and behavior are two predictors in how well a student will perform in their high school career.

Download: PNHS Attendance Policies and Protocols

Student Services Department Staff

Jennifer Aviles, Dean of Students
Serving Students Last Name: A-G
E-Mail Mrs. Aviles

Robert Miller, Dean of Students
Serving Students Last Name: H-P
E-Mail Mr. Miller

Roydrick Scott, Lead Dean of Students
Serving Students Last Name: Q-Z
E-Mail Mr. Scott

Jesse McHatton, MTSS Coach & Attendance Dean
E-Mail Ms. McHatton

Jennifer Gomez, Student Services Secretary
E-Mail Ms. Gomez

Lou Shahen, Student Services Secretary 
E-Mail Ms. Shahen

Attendance Policies

Preferred Method

Click Here to Report Your Student Absent

Attendance Hotline

You may also call our Attendance Hotline at: 407-870-7561

Attendance Clerk

Gretchen Diaz

School Day

Students are expected to be on campus every day for the entire school day. School hours from from 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM (1:15 PM Wednesdays).

Excused Absences
According to the School District of Osceola County Student Code of Conduct, absences shall be excused for the following reasons only:
  1. Illness of injury of the student
  2. Illness, injury, or death of the immediate family of the student

Make-Up Work

Students have the responsibility to request makeup work and assignments from their teachers when they return to school after and absence. The makeup work must be made up within a reasonable time when the absence has been classified as excused.

Religious Holidays

Students will be afforded an opportunity to make up missed work without adverse affects when absent because of a religious holiday. Within five school days prior to an expected absence for religious reasons, a parent or guardian must notify the Attendance Office in writing and request that the student be excused from attendance.

Student Discipline

Poinciana High School implements a progressive discipline plan that follows the policies and guidelines set forth by the School District of Osceola County Student Code of Conduct.


Student Discipline Documents
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