Tracking Sunday school attendance can help any religious organization evaluate and adjust its services to meet the needs of its community. For example, attendance records can help Sunday school leaders make quick decisions about whether to add or subtract classes. Moreover, Sunday school attendance records also provide trends of student engagement in religious studies over time. So, To help Sunday school organizers run their programs. We offer this Sunday school attendance sheet template with 5 different attendance worksheets.
Sunday Attendance Sheet
Simple (Portrait and Landscape)
Our “Simple” attendance sheet is available in both portrait orientation and landscape orientation. Since, Portrait orientation provides more room for student names, to accommodate class sizes of 25 or more students. However, the tradeoff is less space populate with dates. Our “Simple” attendance sheet in landscape orientation, on the other hand, can display as many as 19 Sunday school sessions, but is best for class sizes of 25 or lesser students.
No matter which orientation you select, the fields at the top are the same – “Title,” “School Name,” and “Starting Date.”
The “Dates” attendance worksheets are useful if your Sunday school sessions occur very consistently (e.g. every Sunday). The “Dates” worksheets are use just like the “Simple” worksheets (see “Simple (Portrait and Landscape”), the biggest difference is how the dates are enter. Our “Dates” worksheets are set to calculate all the dates automatically. Once the “Starting Date” is set, our algorithm will assume that there is a Sunday school session each week, and populate the fields are per the requirement.
Expand Attendance Sheet
If more space is needed for a larger class, expand the worksheet to include as many students as necessary. To add more students, simply copy (Ctrl + C) the last row of the worksheet and “Insert Copied Cells” under the last row. Finally, update the student number and all other information.