Compulsory Attendance Law 25.085
The State of Texas requires all students from the ages of 6 to 19 to attend school. A child shall attend school each school day for the entire period the program is in session (TAC Section 25.085). Students under 6 years of age enrolled in a school shall attend school.
House Bill 5
MINIMUM ATTENDANCE FOR CLASS CREDIT OF FINAL GRADE (TEC Section 25.092), students whose absences exceed 10 percent of the class will face additional consequences.
House Bill 2398:
FAILURE TO ATTEND SCHOOL (UNEXCUSED ABSENCES)
Under Section 65.003 (a) Texas Family Code, the parent is subject to prosecution AND/OR the student is subject to referral to
1. If a student is absent from school:
a. On 10 or more days or parts of days within a 6 month period
Under §25.093, a parent commits an offense and an attendance officer or another appropriate school official shall file a complaint against the parent if: