This is unbelievable.
A Georgia mother was arrested after her son was accused of having too many unexcused absences at school.
Julie Giles of Sylvania was shocked when she received a certified letter the day before Mother’s Day informing her there was a warrant for her arrest after the Screven County school district said her 10-year-old son Sam had 12 unexcused absences, six more than is allowed by the school.
Even more shocking is that Giles occasionally works at the school as a substitute teacher.
‘Sam has had 6 more unexcused absences (an absence without a doctor’s note) than the county allows per year this year,’ explained Giles on her Facebook.
‘I received a certified letter Saturday about this issue and [my husband] Keith contacted the [Board of Education] on my behalf yesterday while I worked subbing. I have been notified that a warrant for my arrest will most likely be issued.
‘My family’s doctor has written a character reference for me, and I have the support of many [Board of Education] employees, but at the moment it still appears I will be arrested.
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