A community truancy board in the Puyallup School District interviews a student and his mother at a meeting at the school district’s office in downtown Puyallup on Nov. 18. The truancy board meetings involve representatives from individual schools, the court system and the school district, as well as an education advocate from the Puget Sound Educational Service District.
A community truancy board in the Puyallup School District interviews a student and his mother at a meeting at the school district’s office in downtown Puyallup on Nov. 18. The truancy board meetings involve representatives from individual schools, the court system and the school district, as well as an education advocate from the Puget Sound Educational Service District. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
A community truancy board in the Puyallup School District interviews a student and his mother at a meeting at the school district’s office in downtown Puyallup on Nov. 18. The truancy board meetings involve representatives from individual schools, the court system and the school district, as well as an education advocate from the Puget Sound Educational Service District. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

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