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Frontline Education: How to Contact Us and Submit an Absence
Frontline Education: How to Contact Us and Submit an Absence

Frontline Education: How to Contact Us and Submit an Absence
As a member of Frontline Education, you have access to all sorts of great courses and resources for continuing your education, but what if you’re having trouble with the system? Whether you’re trying to contact our support team or submit an absence on Frontline, this guide has all the info you need. So don’t hesitate to contact us at any time! We’re always ready to help you succeed!

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Frontline Education: How to Contact Us and Submit an Absence

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[How to] Contact us

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If you need help from Frontline staff, here’s how you can reach us. You may want to contact us if you are experiencing significant problems in your course or classroom setting. We always look for ways to improve education; therefore, we value your input, suggestions, and questions. But since we are a small department, sometimes it may take some time for someone from Frontline staff to get back to you. We hope that won’t discourage you from contacting us!

Frontline Education: How to Contact Us and Submit an Absence

[How to] Write us a message or email:

[How to] Write us a message or email – Second Paragraph: You can send us a message by clicking on Contact Us at www.uwsuper.edu/frontline. You will see that you have two options for contacting Frontline staff: Send a Message and Submit an Absence. We encourage you to use both of these options! The first option, Send Message, is where you can write directly to your instructor or TA about any problems you are having in your course.

Frontline Education: How to Contact Us and Submit an Absence

[How to] Submit an Absence

Calling out of work or school can be a real drag. But, when it’s through no fault of your own, like with a family emergency or illness, submitting absences for your day off should be simple. Here are some guidelines for how you should make those calls—and who you should call—to submit an absence as quickly as possible. All these methods work if you’re calling from a landline or cell phone in all 50 states—at least that’s what Frontline says…

If you’re calling on behalf of a sick child, make sure you’ve got your little one with you. The sound of a voice can be soothing for parents or caretakers in times of duress—not to mention, it makes your absence just that much more legitimate.

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You’ll need to provide a little more information than if you’re calling on behalf of yourself. Your child’s doctor’s name, your child’s social security number, and your address are all examples of some other identifying pieces of information that may be helpful when submitting your absence.

Similar to calling out on Aesop, there are a lot of different ways you can call into Frontline when submitting your absence. It all depends on who you’re calling, how quickly you need that day off, and what kind of information you have. The most important thing is to make sure someone actually shows up for work—and that’s why Frontline exists in the first place!

You can submit your absence from a computer or a cell phone with internet access, so long as you’re 18 years old. If you’re using a computer, go to

Frontline Education: How to Contact Us and Submit an Absence

[Conclusion]

Frontline is a management system used by educators and parents/carers in schools. Parents/carers submit absences using Aesop, which is a web-based service available through Frontline. Teachers use their own Aesop login details, rather than those of students or parents when submitting absences on Frontline.

If you have any further questions about how to contact Frontline or submit an absence, we’d be happy to help. Our contact details are below, so please get in touch if you need help. If you have a specific question not covered here, feel free to leave a comment below and we’ll do our best to answer.

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