Bill Text: OR HB3197 | 2011 | Regular Session | Enrolled


Bill Title: Relating to school attendance; and declaring an emergency.

Spectrum: Slight Partisan Bill (Democrat 5-3)

Status: (Passed) 2011-06-16 - Chapter 387, (2011 Laws): Effective date July 1, 2011. [HB3197 Detail]

Download: Oregon-2011-HB3197-Enrolled.html


     76th OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY--2011 Regular Session

                            Enrolled

                         House Bill 3197

Sponsored by Representative ESQUIVEL; Representatives BERGER,
  BOONE, DEMBROW, GARRARD, MATTHEWS, Senators DEVLIN, MONNES
  ANDERSON

                     CHAPTER ................

                             AN ACT

Relating to school attendance; and declaring an emergency.

Be It Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:

  SECTION 1.  { + (1) Each district school board shall adopt an
attendance notification policy that satisfies the requirements of
this section.
  (2) An attendance notification policy must:
  (a) Be implemented by each school in the school district; and
  (b) Require that each school ensure that a parent or other
person in parental relationship to a child is notified by the end
of the school day on any day that the child has an unplanned
absence.
  (3)(a) Notification required by subsection (2)(b) of this
section must be provided:
  (A) In person;
  (B) Directly by telephone; or
  (C) By any other method identified in writing by the parent or
person in parental relationship to the child.
  (b) If a parent or other person in parental relationship to a
child cannot be contacted in person or directly by telephone and
another method has not been identified by the parent or person, a
message shall be left for the parent or person, if possible.
  (4) Notice of the child's absence shall be provided to the
attendance supervisor, who shall proceed as provided in ORS
339.055, if:
  (a) Notification is not provided in person or directly by
telephone; and
  (b) The parent or other person in parental relationship to the
child has not confirmed within the timeline established by the
attendance notification policy that the parent or person has
received notification. + }
  SECTION 2.  { + This 2011 Act being necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public peace, health and safety, an emergency
is declared to exist, and this 2011 Act takes effect July 1,
2011. + }
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Enrolled House Bill 3197 (HB 3197-A)                       Page 1

Passed by House April 11, 2011

    .............................................................
                         Ramona Kenady Line, Chief Clerk of House

    .............................................................
                                    Bruce Hanna, Speaker of House

    .............................................................
                                   Arnie Roblan, Speaker of House

Passed by Senate June 6, 2011

    .............................................................
                              Peter Courtney, President of Senate

Enrolled House Bill 3197 (HB 3197-A)                       Page 2

Received by Governor:

......M.,............., 2011

Approved:

......M.,............., 2011

    .............................................................
                                         John Kitzhaber, Governor

Filed in Office of Secretary of State:

......M.,............., 2011

    .............................................................
                                   Kate Brown, Secretary of State

Enrolled House Bill 3197 (HB 3197-A)                       Page 3
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