As Seguin ISD begin a new school year, some parents and students will see changes in start and end times.

The district has opted to stagger school schedules starting Monday in an effort to reduce lateness and first period absences.

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tucker777

We are so stung by Hoffmann's lyings, how could we believe he are the hat did not change the schedule so school could "pinch" somebody.

Dldmny

Truancy, unlikely to be affected by staggering school start times, is a different problem.

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