At the beginning of every school year, students in every grade or college course are given a student handbook. This handbook includes the rules and regulations the students are supposed to follow while attending school, as well as the expectations the school has for how the student will progress through their studies and the procedures they will take if a student fails to follow the rules and expectations. Students in elementary and secondary school generally must review the student handbook with their parents, and together, they must both sign the front page, acknowledging that they have reviewed the rules within.
If you or your child's school have accused you of violating the rules in the student handbook, or if you are having a hard time progressing through your courses on time, academic attorney-advisor Joseph D. Lento can help. Call Lento Law Firm today.
Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown Metropolitan Area
New York is home to several major metropolitans, including Albany, New York City, and Buffalo. The Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown metro area is just north of New York City, with a population of almost 680,000 people. There are a number of communities located within this metro area, including:
- Port Jervis
- Blooming Grove