Topic is not addressed in state statutes or regulations, but is addressed in non-codified policy.
17 Guam Code Annotated 6402 Habitual Truant.
A pupil is a habitual truant if the pupil has incurred twelve (12) or more unexcused absences in a school year, and is of compulsory attendance age. If any pupil is a habitual truant, the principal of the pupil's school shall request the Superintendent to file a petition concerning such habitual truant in the Family Court or the Superior Court of Guam.
17 Guam Code Annotated 6403 Attendance Officer.
The Superintendent shall appoint employees of the Department of Education, as Attendance Officers. The Attendance Officers, any peace officer, principal, or dean may take into custody during school hours, without warrant, any truant found away from the truant's home and who has been reported truant. For the purposes of Title 10 GCA, Chapter 55, § 55102, Attendance Officers are not classified as public safety and law enforcement officers.
17 Guam Code Annotated 6404 Same: Delivery of Truant.
The attendance officer, upon taking a truant into custody, shall deliver the truant promptly either to the truant's parent or to the school which the pupil attends. If the child is a habitual truant, the attendance officer, with the concurrence of the principal of the pupil's school, shall bring the child before the Family Court.
17 Guam Code Annotated 6405 Same: Disposition.
The attendance officer shall promptly report to the Department of Education and to the parent the disposition made by the attendance officer of the truant.
17 Guam Code Annotated 6406 Report to Court and Social Services.
Any pupil who has once been adjudged a habitual truant, or who is again reported as a truant one (1) or more days, or is late to school for thirty (30) or more minutes on one (1) or more days without excuse, shall be reported by the Superintendent or the attendance officer to the Family Court.
17 Guam Code Annotated 6407 Court Hearing.
If the Court, after hearing, finds that the allegations of habitual truancy are sustained by evidence, it may order that the child be detained and maintained in a school supervised by the Court for the remainder of the current school term, or it may order that the child be turned over to the custody of the Division of Social Services where the child shall be provided casework treatment and services.
SOP 1200-018 Student Conduct Procedural Manual
Procedural manual addresses truancy and chronic absenteeism through use of early warning, parent conferencing and parental sanctions.