Senate Bill 104: Attendance Intervention

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Last Updated: May 23, 2017
Senate Bill 104: Attendance Intervention
Sponsors:
Tonya Schuitmaker, Judy Emmons
Summary:

This bill establishes attendance intervention process allowing a superintendent to consider reasons for a child’s absence and employ “lesser intervention” before the required parental meeting and other interventions before “appropriate court intervention.” It is contingent upon Senate Bill 103 also passing.

HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
2/07/2017 Senate Introduced, referred to Families, Seniors, and Human Services
3/14/2017 Senate Reported favorably with substitute to the Committee of the Whole
5/17/2017 Senate Substitute S-1 concurred in; placed on 3rd reading
5/18/2017 Senate Passed 35-2
5/18/2017 House Introduced, read 1st time, referred to Judiciary

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