Student attendance is a critical part of the virtual school. Students must complete one (1) lesson for each day of school. The Warren County Attendance Officer closely reviews all students’ academic progress on the 15th and 30th of each month. If a student falls behind, a warning letter is sent. Intervention meetings are then scheduled at school with the parent, student, principal, and attendance officer to discuss the student’s progress. Then, unless significant progress is made, students and parents face truancy and contributing charges in court. Juvenile Court Judge Mike Powell, the magistrates, and prosecutors are strong supporters of our virtual school, but insist our students keep up with their lessons, not unlike students in any school in Warren County.