School district plans to destroy some special education records

Ramona Unified School District announces it intends to destroy the special education records of all students who were born in 1986. Any student who has reached the age of 18 may review and/or receive these records by contacting the district’s Pupil Services Office, 760-787-2039, and scheduling an appointment by Thursday, July 14. Destruction of these records will begin on July 15.

If no student, parent or guardian responded to this notice, the school distruct will assume consent to destroy the entire record specific to the student.

A permanent record of the student’s name, address, telephone number, grades, attendance record and year completed is maintained in perpetuity.

The purpose of destruction is to protect the student from improper and unauthorized disclosure of the confidential information contained within the file.

“Please note that the student, parent or guardian for Social Security benefits or other purposed may need certain records,” states a release from the school district.

Anyone who does not understand this notice or needs interpretation may contact the Pupil Services Office at the phone number listed above.

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