Truancy Enforcement: We All Have a Role to Play
We All Have a Role to Play When It Comes to Truancy
You can help ensure that our students receive the best education possible by keeping them in school and learning.
If you observe a school-age student not in school between 9:30 am and 2:00 pm, please call the following police stations. Our truancy officers will help them get back on the right track to a brighter future.
|Truancy 1||First||(202) 422-0743||(202) 698-0555|
|Truancy 2||Second||(202) 437-5236||(202) 715-7300|
|Truancy 3||Third||(202) 423-3756||(202) 673-6815|
|Truancy 4||Fourth||(202) 270-1433||(202) 715-7400|
|Truancy 5||Fifth||(202) 422-9459||(202) 698-0150|
|Truancy 6||Sixth||(202) 409-2540||(202) 698-0880|
|Truancy 7||Seventh||(202) 270-3772||(202) 698-1500|
Spread the Word
Download a poster to help raise awareness in your community.
Check out the "The More You Learn, the More You Earn" campaign developed by the Citywide Truancy Task Force in 2012 for bus, transit, and radio ads, posters, and more on how you can become involved in ending truancy in the District.
Visit the campaign at the Mayor's Education page.