(a) A school district shall adopt truancy prevention measures designed to: or out-of-school services aimed at addressing the student's truancy. court if the school determines that the student's truancy is the result of: students of the school district in truancy cases. (5) a system for tracking truancy information and sharing truancy information among school districts
early intervention or prevent at-risk behaviors that lead to child abuse, delinquency, running away, truancy , and dropping out of school. intervention or prevention of at-risk behavior that leads to child abuse, delinquency, running away, truancy , and dropping out of school.
prosecutor decides not to file a petition requesting an adjudication, the prosecutor shall inform the truancy court and the school district of the decision. court may consider a written report from a school district official or employee, juvenile case manager (e) A truancy court, clerk of the court, truant conduct prosecutor, or school district shall reply to (1) documentation of all truancy prevention measures taken by the originating school district;
programs and services intended to prevent or intervene in at-risk behaviors that lead to delinquency, truancy , dropping out of school, or referral to the juvenile justice system.
early intervention or prevent at-risk behaviors that lead to child abuse, delinquency, running away, truancy , and dropping out of school.
EXPUNCTION OF FAILURE TO ATTEND SCHOOL RECORDS. (a) In this article, "truancy offense" means an offense committed under the former Section 25.094, Education
(iii) delinquency, truancy, or school dropout;
xii) summer jobs programs; (xiii) alternative school resources for youth who have dropped out of school or demonstrate chronic truancy; (xiv) conflict resolution skill training; (xv) restorative justice
(C) administrative officer, supervisor of child welfare and attendance, or truancy officer of any tribal , Federal, public or private school,
delinquent youth or other juveniles— (i) to encourage juveniles to remain in elementary and secondary schools or in alternative learning situations, including for truancy prevention and reduction; (ii) to provide