EDUCATION

Dysart will destroy old special education records soon

Posted 2/11/21

The Dysart Unified School District is preparing to destroy archived special education records from the 2016-2017 school year and will begin this process in July.

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EDUCATION

Dysart will destroy old special education records soon

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The Dysart Unified School District is preparing to destroy archived special education records from the 2016-2017 school year and will begin this process in July.

Special Education records, including placement records, referrals, evaluations, testing data, etc. are maintained for four fiscal years after a student’s final enrollment in a special education program.

Final enrollment in a special education program is defined as the last day a student is enrolled in a special education program and is no longer receiving services.

Parents, guardians, or eligible students have the right to review and/or receive a copy of these records before July.

Contact ess.records@dysart.org or 623-876-7198 prior to July 2021 to review records. 

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