Michigan School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Students with Chronic Disciplinary Issues

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Michigan School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Students with Chronic Disciplinary Issues

Category: Discipline Addressing Specific Code of Conduct Violations
Subcategory: Students with Chronic Disciplinary Issues
State: Michigan

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LAWS

380.1586. Nonattendance at school; notice; investigation; discussion of irregular attendance, failing work, or behavior problems with parent.

(2) If a child is repeatedly absent from school without valid excuse, or is failing in schoolwork or gives evidence of behavior problems, and attempts to confer with the parent or other person in parental relationship to the child fail, the superintendent of schools, or the intermediate superintendent in a district which does not employ a superintendent, may request the attendance officer to notify the parent or other person in parental relationship by registered mail to come to the school or to a place designated at a time specified to discuss the child’s irregularity in attendance, failing work, or behavior problems with the proper school authorities.

REGULATIONS

No relevant regulations found.

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