Policy on the Use of Name, Logo and Materials

While Attendance Works is a registered trademark, we want make it easy for appropriate use and distribution of our materials. Our philosophy is guided by the following principles described in more depth below.

Educators and community organizations can download and disseminate our free materials without express permission from Attendance Works. If you wish to add your logo, please use these instructions. 

The content can be reformatted/reused without wording changes as long as credit is given to Attendance Works, either by using our logo and/or a line stating “used with permission from Attendance Works.”

To alter the wording of these materials in any way from its original form, prior authorization via email is required.We reserve the right to review any and all changes before granting permission, as well as the right to deny use of the name and logo if we are not comfortable with the changes. 

*Organizations wishing to alter the language on the How Sick is Too Sick flyer to reflect local district policies are allowed to do so, but they must add their own logo and the statement "Used with permission from Attendance Works. The language has been adapted to reflect local policies."

Note that this permssion does not extend to materials owned by other organizations that allow us to link to their resources. Please contact those organizations directly.

Questions? Contact Cecelia Leong, Associate Director for Programs (cecelia@attendanceworks.org

Attendance Works is occasionally asked to endorse commercial products that assist schools in monitoring and addressing absenteeism. As a policy, Attendance Works does not endorse commercial products or allow use of its trademarked logo on their websites or materials. Commercial vendors can direct their clients to our free online data tools and handouts through links to our website, but cannot charge for the use of these materials.

Consistent with our mission to advance attendance policy and practice, we include news and information on federal, state and local policy trends, research on chronic absence, and effective practices. Our Success Stories page includes programs that have proven records of success in improving attendance and student achievement.

We appreciate hearing from you about effective, evidence-based programs and practices. if you would like to share a resource that we do not have on our website, please contact Cecelia Leong, Associate Director of Programs (cecelia@attendanceworks.org).

If you wish to add your logo to the handouts, please use these instructions.

In keeping with this philosophy, our District and School Attendance Tracking Tools are specifically licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”) designed for software products. You may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

Attendance Works is an independent not-for-profit organization. We do not post ads on our website.