Pursuant to the "Privacy Rights of Parents and Students Act of 1974" this is to inform you of your rights regarding student records. The rights apply to the parents of minors, and to students age 18 or older (but not to their parents unless they are declaring the student as an income tax deduction). You may request an opportunity to inspect any and all official school records, files, and data related to your child. Students 18 or older have the right to access their records. If information in the file is inaccurate, misleading, or inapporpriate, you may request removal of the information or include a statement disputing the material which you challenge. If the school fails to respond to your request to review these records, you have the right to file a complaint with the State Department of Education.
- a permanent record of birth information, periods of enrollment, and scholastic records;
- a cumulative record of test scores, developmental information, courses of study, and disciplinary notations;
- an attendance file;
- health records
- records required for admission to, and progress in, special education programs;
- teachers' observations and recommendations in regard to educational and social development.
- The files are reviewed periodically by the staff to insure that information is accurate and appropriate. Removed material is destroyed in accordance with State Law.