“My mom says I’m at risk.”


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“I’m a BECCA [truancy law] kid. I was brought in for truancy. I was truant for 3 weeks. Went to court first. Ran away from home. My Mom and Auntie live there with my little cousins. I ran away with my friend. My Mom didn’t like my friend. But he is older. He plays basketball a lot and takes classes on line. I was sort of in 10th grade. My Mom had to take me to court every Friday. I think I’ll get my GED. My Dad is not really around. I only see him on holidays. This is the second time I was brought in as a ARY [At Risk Youth]. My Mom says I’m at risk. She decided this.”

-J.C., age 16, King County Juvenile Detention, Seattle, Washington

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“I’m a BECCA [truancy law] kid. I was brought in for truancy. I was truant for 3 weeks. Went to court first. Ran away from home. My Mom and Auntie live there with my little cousins. I ran away with my friend. My Mom didn’t like my friend. But he is older. He plays basketball a lot and takes classes […]

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