Two Clovis Mothers Convicted for Kids Missing Too Much School

Two Clovis mothers are convicted because their children had too many absences from school.

Jana Burrow and Bertha Robles were both convicted, in separate cases, of failure to enforce compulsory school attendance. Both women allowed their children to miss more than 20 days of school unexcused.

Burrow will pay 55 dollars in court fines and fees. Robles will pay 75 dollars.

Both women agreed to make sure their children are in school the remainder of the year and take parenting classes.