Port City school officials concerned about truancy are knocking on doors, confronting parents
PORTSMOUTH — In the absence of assistance previously provided by the Children in Need of Services law, school administrators have turned to some "old-school" strategies to address excessive truancy, including visiting students and parents at home, Portsmouth High School Principal Jeff Collins said.
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