High School Truancy Diversion

The Lancaster County Attorney’s Office, in partnership with Lincoln Public Schools, offers a voluntary diversion program for eligible high school students alleged to have been habitually truant from school.  A student who ultimately successfully completes the High School Truancy Diversion program will have their truancy filing dismissed and their court record sealed from public access.

Students will receive notice from the Lancaster County Attorney if they are eligible to participate.  At that time, the student and their parent/guardian will review and complete the following documents to enroll in the High School Truancy Diversion program:

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  2. TDP Incentives and Sanctions
  3. Phases to Graduation
  4. Handbook Acknowledgement 
  5. Release of Information
  6. Consent for Mental Health Screening
  7. Guideline for Requesting Therapy In School
  8. Acknowledgement and Consent for TDP

Parents/Guardians:  After downloading, reviewing, and completing the necessary forms, please email or mail the signed copies to your school's respective TDP Coordinator:

East High SchoolTami Rembolttrembol@lps.org
Lincoln High SchoolBrady Tollebtolle@lps.org
North Star High SchoolKennedy Beebekbeebe@lps.org
Northeast High SchoolTana Downstdowns2@lps.org
Southeast High SchoolJess Moserjmoser@lps.org

High School Truancy Diversion Program meeting dates:

  1. Lincoln East Court Dates
  2. Lincoln High Court Dates
  3. Lincoln Northeast Court Dates
  4. Lincoln North Star Court Dates
  5. Lincoln Southeast Court Dates