Free Attendance Tracking Forms
Download free attendance tracking forms for Excel, OpenOffice, or Google Sheets. The two class attendance record templates below are designed for classroom attendance, but they can be adapted for other attendance tracking needs by changing some of the labels. They are also useful for printing blank attendance forms that you complete by hand.
If you would like to track attendance for business meetings, clubs, or Sunday School classes, try the Attendance Record Template.
Using the Attendance Tracking Forms
The Monthly Class Attendance Form is designed so that the days of the week and the dates used for the column labels update based on the Month and Year that you specify. If you get errors in these dates, check the spelling of the Month. On a given day, you enter a T, U, E, or P in the column to indicate whether the student was Tardy, Unexcused, Excused, or Present. The totals are a count of the number of T's, U's, E's, or P's in each row (the formulas are not case-sensitive).
The Weekly Student Attendance Record does not depend on the month, year, or week, but you can enter a date in the Week Of field for reference. Track attendance by just adding an "x" or some other letter into the correct column. In the weekly form, it is possible to mark a student as both "Tardy" and "Present". Make sure you are consistent with your reporting requirements.
For both of these attendance spreadsheets, you'll probably want to save a copy of the form after the month or week is over. To do that, copy or duplicate the worksheet so that each week or month is a separate tab within the workbook. Rename the tabs according to the month or week. You can create these worksheets ahead of time for an entire year, or as you go. Add your students' names before creating copies of the worksheet. You also might want to print the completed forms in case of a computer failure.
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Monthly Class Attendance Formfor Excel and Google Sheets
This monthly class attendance tracking form was designed to work for any year and month. To start tracking attendance for a new month, simply copy the worksheet, clear the info from the previous month, and change the month via the drop-down box.
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Weekly Student Attendance Recordfor Excel and Google Sheets
This weekly student attendance tracking spreadsheet was designed to work for any year and month. The instructions are basically the same as for the monthly class attendance template listed above
Time and Attendance Tracking Forms
There are a number of free templates for time and attendance tracking at Microsoft.com. In addition to Student Attendance Records, you will find Word, InfoPath, PowerPoint, and Access templates for everything from basic attendance forms to employee time and billing systems.