The training is scheduled for Friday, February 3, 2017, 9:00 – 4:00 in Denver, Colorado. Click here to register.
Transforming a Truancy Court to a Problem-Solving Court
Rather than take traditional punitive approaches to truancy, problem-solving courts assist in overcoming the underlying causes of truancy in a child’s life by engaging the family and community partners in collaborative support of the child. Some truancy courts are held on the school grounds. Others reorganize to form special truancy court dockets within the juvenile or family court. Either way, the ultimate goal of these collaborative efforts between courts and schools is to achieve regular school attendance and dismiss truancy petitions. Come learn whom to involve and how. The training will be lead by retired Judge Dennis Maes, developer of the highly successful truancy court program in Pueblo, CO.
Who should attend?
This training is ideal for judges, magistrates, school district personnel, juvenile parole officers or GALs and anyone engaged in helping students and families improve school attendance in conjunction with courts.
Cost: The cost of this one-day training is $275.00. A continental breakfast and lunch are included.
Agenda: Click Here for a detailed agenda.
The training will be hosted in beautiful and historic Tears McFarlane House, adjacent to Cheesman Park in downtown Denver.
1290 Williams Street
Denver, CO 80205 [ Map and Directions ]
Parking: Plenty of free street parking is available. Click here for a parking map.