Starting next fall, Cuming County may have a truancy officer to help address truancy and absenteeism by students that attend schools in the county. The Board of Supervisors on Friday took no action, but generally agreed to the position provided it is funded by a grant.

Addison Johnson, the county’s Juvenile Diversion Officer, told the board that hiring the truancy officer would be contingent on the county receiving a grant from the Nebraska Crime Commission and finding someone to do the job.

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