Almost three years after withdrawing their son from public school, a Brazoria County Association member’s father-in-law was confronted at his home by the county sheriff, a constable, and two unidentified women asking about his grandson’s school attendance. Read the letter.
After an Association member family withdrew its children from school via certified letter, a school official required them to come to the school to sign withdrawal forms. The family responded with a letter of assurance, per the Texas commissioner of education’s instructions. The school official continued to insist that they fill out forms, even stating…
After an Association member withdrew her grandson from Rosebud-Lott Middle School, a district official told her she had to come to the school to sign withdrawal forms and notify the school of which curriculum she would be using. He threatened her grandson with truancy charges if she failed to comply. Read the letter.
After an Association member hand-delivered and then mailed notice of the withdrawal of her grandson in order to homeschool him, school officials continued to demand that she come to the school to complete forms. She next sent a letter of assurance, but this did not resolve the situation. Read the letter.
THSC sent a letter to educate a Texas deputy regarding truancy, home schooling, and Texas state law when the deputy threatened CPS involvement outside of his legal jurisdiction on allegations of truancy. THSC assured the deputy that the THSC member parent was compliant with all state laws relative to home schooling. Read the letter.