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Promote attendance in the county by compiling data for schools and by fur-
nishing suggestions and recommendations for publication through school bulletins and the
press, or in such manner as the county superintendent may direct;
Participate in school teachers’ conferences with parents and students;
Assist in such other ways as the county superintendent may direct for im-
proving school attendance; and
Make home visits of students who have excessive unexcused absences, as
provided above, or if requested by the chief administrator, principal, or assistant principal.
4503.14 Licensing for privilege of Motor Vehicles Operation
Verification of Enrollment Forms for the privilege of obtaining a driver’s permit/
license shall be granted to a student who is in satisfactory standing with regard to attendance,
behavior, and academic progress.
For purposes of denying a permit/license the following applies:
Withdrawal from school is defined as not attending school for more than ten
(10) consecutive or fifteen (15) days total unexcused absences during the school year.
Satisfactory academic progress is defined as a student must earn five (5)
credits per year, three (3) of which must be from core subjects, to allow for graduation in
five years based on the graduation requirements of the state set forth in 126CSR42,
WVBE Policy 2510: Assuring the Quality of Education, Regulations for Education Pro-
Suspension pursuant to W. Va. Code 18A-5-1b which includes the following
behaviors when committed on the premises of an education facility, at a school-sponsored
function, or on a school bus:
a. assault and/or battery of school employees,
b. possessing deadly weapons,
c. sale of a narcotic drug,
d. committing an act or engaging in conduct that would constitute a felony under