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Truancy Intervention Program

TIP LogoThe Truancy Intervention Program (TIP) is designed to support Oshkosh area students who are experiencing problems with school attendance.  Students and their families will have an opportunity to avoid formalized court proceedings by voluntarily participating in TIP.

 

OBJECTIVES

The Truancy Intervention Program (TIP) strives to accomplish three main objectives:

  •  Assist students in returning to school with regular attendance
  •  Assist students in setting day-to-day and long term goals
  •  Help students to develop positive behaviors

 

The Truancy Intervention Program works closely with:

  •  Parents/guardians
  •  School staff
  •  Winnebago County Human Services
  •  Juvenile Intake

 

PROCESS

Students may be referred to TIP when they are considered habitually truant.  TIP then matches them up with a mentor who visits them twice a week at school. The mentor has numerous roles, such as:

  • Monitoring daily attendance
  • In-school tutoring
  • Being a positive role model
  • Goal setting and achieving
  • Communicating  with social workers and school staff

 

Mission Statement

To motivate students to strive for regular school attendance and improved academic standing with the support of parents, school, county staff, and community.

 

Vision

Students will have no unexcused absences and pass all their classes.

 

Goals

  • Improved attendance
  • Improved behavior
  • Improved grades
  • Improved relationships
  • Advance to the next grade level / graduation


For more information, contact Ruth Mauritz (mauritz@uwosh.edu) or 920-424-2146.

 

The Truancy Intervention Program operates with the assistance and support of:

Oshkosh Area School District
Oshkosh Area School District

 UW Oshkosh

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

 Winnebago County Human Services
Winnebago County Department  of Human Services 

  

 

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by Hogue, Debra K last modified May 22, 2013 03:47 PM