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Truancy & Habitual Disruption Resources

HB239 - Juvenile Justice Amendments
Juvenile Justice HB239
School Offense Referral Guide HB239
Elementary Compulsory Education Letters
Due Process - Attendance Letter Information ES-Compulsory Ed-Sec Habitual Truancy
Compulsory ED. Notification #1 - English Compulsory ED. Notification #1 - Spanish
Notification #2, 5-Day Letter - English Notification #2, 5-Day Letter - Spanish
Notification #3, 10-Day Letter - English Notification #3, 10-Day Letter- Spanish
Notification #4, 15-Day Letter - Certified - English Notification #4, 15-Day Letter - Certified -_Spanish
Secondary Compulsory Education Letters
Due Process - Attendance Letter Information ES-Compulsory Ed-Sec Habitual Truancy
Compulsory ED. Notification #1 - English Compulsory ED. Notification #1 -_Spanish
Notification #2, 5-Day Letter - English Notification #2, 5 -Day Letter -_Spanish
Notification #3, 10-Day Letter - English Notification #3, 10-Day Letter - Spanish
Notification #4, 15-Day Letter - Certified - English Notification #4, 15-Day Letter - Certified -Spanish
 
10-day Consecutive Absence Letter (Sent only when the family can no longer be contacted.  Do not use if Truancy or Compulsory Education should be pursued.)
10-Consecutive Absence letter-CERTIFIED MAIL 10-Consecutive Absences-SP-CERTIFIED MAIL
 
Truancy HB239 Juvenile Justice Amendment:  For students 14 and older, schools may not refer students to law enforcement or juvenile court for truancy.
Truancy Intervention Guidelines
Suggested Truancy Interventions
Social History for Habitual Truancy Court Referral
Request for Juvenile Court Action – Truancy
 
Truancy Mediation-Secondary Schools
Truancy Mediation Referral Information for Administrators
Truancy Mediation Information for Parents and Students-English Truancy Mediation Information for Parents and Students-Spanish
Truancy Mediation Agreement - Memorandum of Understanding - English Truancy Mediation Agreement - Memorandum of Understanding - Spanish
Truancy Mediation Philosophy and Benefits
Truancy Mediation Helpful Hints for Schools
Talking to Parents about Truancy Mediation
Overview of Truancy School Curriculum
Truancy School Referral (A-0569)
Habitual Disruption
HB239  Juvenile Justice Amendment: Students who are habitually disruptive may not be referred to court. Referrals for these offenses go to alternative school-related interventions including mobile crisis outreach teams, receiving centers operated by the Division of Juvenile Justice System, youth court, and other restorative justice programs.
Behavior Plan – Habitual Disruption
 
Information Requests from Courts-DCFS
Utah Juvenile Court- Memorandum of Understanding
District Attorney Witness Statement  (Attendance Verification) Request Instructions
District Attorney Attendance Witness Statement

 

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