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Truancy Project
Truancy is defined as any unexcused absence from compulsory school attendance.

Habitual Truancy is an absence for more than (3) unexcused school days or their equivalent (tardiness or unexcused equivalent) following the first notice of truancy.

Seven Westmoreland County school districts are participating in the Truancy Pilot Project during school year 2013-2014. This innovative project targets the root causes of truancy and developing solutions collaboratively. The focus is on intervening early, positively affecting school attendance, and reducing truancy. Parents, schools, courts, the medical community and Children’s Bureau are working together to formulate model Truancy Elimination Plans (TEPs) that schools can utilize. TEP teams will use school/family conferences to individualize plans to address each student’s unique needs and circumstances. Pilot school districts Greater Latrobe, Greensburg Salem, Hempfield, Jeannette, Kiski, Ligonier Valley and Mt. Pleasant have convened TEP teams as of the start of this school year.
 Battling Truancy


For more information, contact the Human Services Department: (724) 830-3663



Truancy Toolkit
Truancy Links
Truancy Pilot Flow Chart
  

Child and Adolescent Service System Program (C.A.S.S.P.)
Brochure
Frequently Asked Questions
Letter for New Process
School Representatives
Information for School Districts
New Community Team Referral Form
Community Team Referral Process


School Based Mental Health Outpatient Services
Frequently Asked Questions
Listing of Services
Process


Student Assistance Program (S.A.P.)
Frequently Asked Questions
Liason Assignments by School District


School Based Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services
Frequently Asked Questions
Referral Process