The Wright County Attorney's Office is statutorily responsible for enforcing the laws and polices of the State, and enforcement of compulsory attendance laws is an important component of that responsibility. The County Attorney's Office files with the Courts Truancy Petitions to ensure school attendance laws are enforced and educational needs of students are met. In these instances, the attorneys have the responsibility for advancing the public interest in the welfare of the child.
School Attendance Officials: Students age 12 years through 17 years old may be referred to the County Attorney's Office once their unexcused absences have reached 10 school days or class periods.
To make a truancy referral to Wright County Court Services, please visit the Court Services Truancy page. You will be contacted if there are any questions or if additional information is needed.