260A.05 SCHOOL ATTENDANCE REVIEW BOARDS.
Subdivision 1. Establishment.
A school district may establish one or more school attendance
review boards to exercise the powers and duties in this section. The school district board shall
appoint the members of the school attendance review board and designate the schools within the
board's jurisdiction. Members of a school attendance review board may include:
(1) the superintendent of the school district or the superintendent's designee;
(2) a principal and one or more other school officials from within the district;
(3) parent representatives;
(4) representatives from community agencies that provide services for truant students and
(5) a juvenile probation officer;
(6) school counselors and attendance officers; and
(7) law enforcement officers.
Subd. 2. General powers and duties.
A school attendance review board shall prepare an
annual plan to promote interagency and community cooperation and to reduce duplication of
services for students with school attendance problems. The plan shall include a description of
truancy procedures and services currently in operation within the board's jurisdiction, including
the programs and services under section
. A board may provide consultant services
to, and coordinate activities of, truancy programs and services. If a board determines that it
will be unable to provide services for all truant students who are referred to it, the board shall
establish procedures and criteria for determining whether to accept referrals of students or refer
them for other appropriate action.
Subd. 3. Oversight of truant students.
A school attendance review board shall oversee
referrals of truant students and provide appropriate intervention and services under section
. The board shall establish procedures for documenting student attendance and verifying
actions and interventions with respect to truant students and their families.
History: 1995 c 226 art 3 s 41; 1998 c 398 art 5 s 31