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Truancy has become a growing problem As the students are truant teachers vice principals and parents become worried They do not think that students have enough responsibility to stay out of trouble The truth is that only a few of the students that are truant do not have the responsibility to stay out of trouble Truancy is the act of deliberately missing one or more classes Currently about 50 of the Granite district truants are truant again Ten percent of students in Utah that is arrested for sloughing are truant again Moreover very few students who do slough participate in illegal activities Sloughing is too much of a concern with parents and facultyThe truant students without the responsibility to make there own decisions will go smoke vandalize personal property or shoplift It is those few without the responsibility to make their own decisions that should be punished The students that slough and go smoke or steal things should be arrested and tried as an adult The students that commit the crimes think that they are responsible enough to make their own decisions like an adult that they should be responsible enough for the consequences that an adult would receive Some friends of mine would slough and they would go to lunch go to one of their houses and enjoy a good game or sleep They would not go out and destroy other peoples items or steal things They did nothing wrong one of them sloughed almost every day of the first quarter and passed all but two of his classes He almost was kicked out of high school because he was having fun at his house or he was getting something to eat Only one student who detested the thought of going to school and he would not go to school for 3 years That student was the only one that was talked to that actually broke any law while being truant from school That
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