Friday, June 2, 2017

Paul LePage to decide fate of truancy measure for youngest students

A measure that would let educators extend truancy enforcement rules to 5- and 6-year-old students enrolled in public school is heading to Gov. Paul LePage’s desk, where its fate is uncertain at best.

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  1. Elizabeth Hardink, LSW at the Augusta Maine Office Says that because two children missed "one" day of school when there was a necessary doctors appointment for treatment, a doctors note, per school policy and state statue were not suppose to be in school with a contagious infection that was laboratory confirmed is "TRUANCY". One Day!!! That's a reason to take your children. Elizabeth Hardink, LSW is Psychotic.

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    1. File charges on her, new federal ruling as of Jan 3-2017.. Federal case #15-55563. You can now press charges they shall go to jail for these criminal acts

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