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perfect attendance Awards in elementary school or an early deposit of the idea that taking time off is bad last month my son won an award for being a good reader and at that ceremony they also gave out perfect attendance Awards and I was like how how are we still doing these after what we just went through and are still going through how are we rewarding students for something thats beyond their control and I realize it all comes down to funding but in the current state of the world we live in should we really be encouraging parents to send their sick kids to school is that the message we should be sending or should we be rewarding the students that are responsible citizens and staying home when theyre ill instead of coming to school and getting their classmates sick because whats the lesson that were teaching children that they should feel guilty for getting sick that theyre somehow less than theyre not worthy of an award simply because they caught a cold