4-H Excused Absences Signed by Governor

OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Stitt on Tuesday signed House Bill 1006 into law, which will grant 4-H students an excused school absence when participating in an approved activity. The bill’s author, Rep. Rick West, R-Heavener, said he’s pushed the legislation for the past four years as a way to provide fairness for students that participate in 4-H. “Students that participate in FFA and other school activities already get excused absences,” West said. “Our 4-H students deserve the same consideration to not have their grades negatively affected when they participate in an activity that is recognized by the county 4-H facilitator.”…

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