HB410 requires all Ohio Schools to implement an absence intervention plan for students under 18 that meet one of the following triggers:

Habitual Truancy Triggers 

30 consecutive school hours missed (unexcused hours only).

42 school hours missed in a full calendar month (unexcused hours only).

72 school hours missed in a school year (unexcused hours only).

An Absence Intervention Plan is used to identify and correct habitual truancy. Once the plan is implemented, students that fail to improve their attendance may be referred to juvenile court for truancy.
on Thursday July 25 by Michael Ciereszewski
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