How many days is a middle school child allowed to be absent from school?
about 20 days max but in high school its max 7 or 8
Hi i am writing a purswasive essay on "if students in middle school should go out to lunch!" i hope you people can help me with this essay thank you ! :) Well, my opinion is that if a child does not have their own transportation (car/driver's license or authorized adult), then the child should not be allowed to leave school property during the lunch break. The school is responsible for the children during school/activity…
There is absolutely no reason for any child to have their mobile (cell) phone in school. If the child falls ill - the school will have a contact number for their parent or guardian. If the child's parent (or guardian) needs to contact them during school time - they can simply phone the school, and they will pass on a message to the pupil in class.
Should a 16 year old child be in school and is one parent allowed to withdraw the child and let them quit school?
Middle school is a difficult time for most kids. Your child has nothing to worry about since in Middle School people are all about making new friends since they only know a few people from elementary school. The best thing for you is to support your child and tell them how much you love them and just to be friendly and polite towards everyone.
Is there any way to prevent a non custodial parent from taking or picking up your child from school?
The following is general since you didn't include any details. First, you should make certain the school is notified that you are the custodial parent and you should provide the school with a certified copy of the decree that awarded sole legal custody to you. If you have sole legal custody you should inform the school that the non-custodial parent is not allowed to take the child during the school day or pick the child…
Can a non custodial parent that has been absent for 6 years have the right to sign school contracts even though they have joint custody?
What school subjects are needed to become a Child Psychologist and what if we are only allowed 8 subjects?
Generally, the obligation ends when the child reaches 18 years of age or the child graduates from high school, whichever occurs later. A child will also automatically be ineligible for child support if that child marries, is removed from disability status by a court order, or the child dies. see link below
Does the absent parent have to pay child support if the child drops out of school at the age of 17 in the State of Mississippi?
Yes, until the child reaches the age of majority or otherwise outlined in the original support order. Dropping out of school does not confer emancipation in Mississippi so support must be paid as outlined by the court. Child support is not something you pay so the child will stay in school, it's for their living expenses until they are emancipated by virtue of reaching the age of majority.