The Richland County Truancy Committee’s Truancy Policy for the 2015-16 School Year helps clarify important changes in how truancy matters are resolved in the county school districts, with law enforcement and through the juvenile court. County school districts adapt the policy into their individual school handbooks and send this information out at the beginning of the school year. For further questions regarding truancy management, support in reducing truancy concerns before a student is cited, and what juvenile supervision looks like please contact Richland County Health and Human Services, and ask to speak to a Children and Adolescent Services Team Lead Worker.
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