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Series 5000 - Students

5125 REG - 1. Elementary and Secondary - B. Progress Reports - (8) Student Records; Confidentiality
Posted 04/01/2012 08:00AM

5125 REG

Series 5000 - Students

1. Elementary and Secondary

B. Progress Reports

(8) Student Records; Confidentiality

STATE STATUTES REGARDING
CLASSIFICATION OF EDUCATION RECORDS

The Assistant Superintendent is considered as the custodian of records and will ensure that student's education records are kept confidential.

DEFINITIONS

  1. Access is defined as the right to inspect or review a student's education records or any part thereof. Access may include the right to receive copies of records under limited circumstances.
  2. Authorized Representative means any entity or individual designated by the Board, a State educational authority, or an agency headed by an official listed in 34 C.F.R. § 99.31(a)(3), to conduct -- with respect to Federal- or State-supported education programs-- any audit or evaluation, or any compliance or enforcement activity in connection with Federal legal requirements that relate to these programs.
  3. Biometric Record, as used in the definition of personally identifiable information, means a record of one or more measurable biological or behavioral characteristics that can be used for automated recognition of an individual, such as fingerprints, retina and iris patterns, voiceprints, DNA sequence, facial characteristics and handwriting.
  4. De-identified Education Records means education records or information from education records from which all personally identifiable information has been removed, and for which the district has made a reasonable determination that a student's identity is not personally identifiable, whether through single or multiple releases, taking into account other reasonably available information.
  5. Directory Information includes information contained in an education record of a student that would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. It includes, but is not limited to, the parent's name, address and/or e-mail address, the student's name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, photographic, computer and/or video images, date and place of birth, major field(s) of study, grade level, enrollment status (full-time; part-time), participation in school-sponsored activities or athletics, weight and height (if the student is a member of an athletic team), dates of attendance, degrees, honors and awards received, the most recent previous school(s) attended, and student identification numbers for the limited purposes of displaying a student identification card. The student identification number, however, will not be the only identifier used when obtaining access to educational records or data. Directory information does not include a student's social security number, student identification number or other unique personal identifier used by the student for purposes of accessing or communicating in electronic systems unless the identifier cannot be used to gain access to education records except when used in conjunction with one or more factors that authenticate the user's identity, such as a PIN or password.
  6. Disciplinary Action or Proceeding means the investigation, adjudication or imposition of sanctions by an educational agency or institution with respect to an infraction or violation of internal rules of conduct applicable to students.
  7. Disclosure means to permit access to or to release, transfer, or other communication of personally identifiable information as contained in education records by any means, including oral, written or electronic means, to any party except the party identified as the party that provided or created the record.
  8. Education Records
    1. Education Records means any information directly related to a student that is recorded in any manner (e.g., handwriting, print, computer media, video or audio tape, film, microfilm, and microfiche) and that is maintained by the school system or persons acting for the school system.
    2. Education Records do not include:
      1. private, personal, or working notes in the sole possession of the maker thereof, and which are not accessible or revealed to any other individual except a "substitute";
      2. records maintained by a law enforcement unit of the school district that were created by that unit for the purpose of law enforcement;
      3. employment records used only in relation to the student's employment by the school district that are 1) made and maintained in the normal course of business, 2) relate exclusively the student's capacity as an employee, and 3) are not made available for any other purpose;
      4. records on an eligible student (i.e. over 18 or attending a postsecondary educational institution) that are considered "treatment records" as they meet the following criteria: 1) the records are maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, or other recognized professional or paraprofessional acting in his or her professional capacity or assisting in a paraprofessional capacity, 2) the records are made in connection with the treatment of the student and 3) the records are disclosed only to individuals providing such treatment (treatment does not include remedial educational activities or activities that are part of the program or instruction of the school district); however, the school district must, upon request, permit an eligible student to have a physician or other appropriate professional of the student's choice review his/her treatment records;
      5. records created or received by the school district after an individual is no longer a student in attendance and that are not directly related to the individual's attendance as a student; and
      6. grades on peer-graded papers before they are collected and recorded by a teacher.
  9. Eligible Student is a student or former student who has reached 18 years of age or is attending an institution of post-secondary education or is an emancipated minor.
  10. Law Enforcement Unit is an individual, office, department, division, or other component of an educational agency or institution, that is officially authorized or designated by that agency or institution to 1) enforce laws or refer matters of law enforcement to appropriate authorities or 2) maintain the physical security and safety of the agency or institution.
  11. Legitimate Educational Interest means the need for a school official to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibilities.
  12. Parent is defined as a parent or parents of a student, including a natural parent, an adopted or a legal guardian, or an individual acting as a parent in the absence of a parent or guardian. If parents are divorced or legally separated the parent granted custody and the parent not granted custody of a minor child both have the right of access to academic, medical, hospital, or other health records of the child, unless a court order prohibits access. Whenever a student has attained the age of 18 years or is attending an institution of post-secondary education, the permission or consent required of, and the rights accorded to, the parents or guardians of the student shall thereafter only be required of, and accorded to, the student. A parent who is incarcerated is also entitled to knowledge of and access to all educational, medical or similar records maintained in the cumulative record of any minor student of such incarcerated parent except in situations where (1) such information is considered privileged as defined in C.G.S. 10-154a, (2) such incarcerated parent has been convicted of sexual assault, or aggravated sexual assault, or (3) such incarcerated parent is prohibited pursuant to a court order.
  13. Personally Identifiable Information includes, but is not limited to, the student's name; the name of the student's parent or other family members; the address of the student or his/her family; a personal identifier, such as the student's social security number, student number or biometric record; other indirect identifiers, such as the student's date of birth, place of birth, and mother's maiden name; other information that, alone or in combination, is linked or linkable to a specific student that would allow a reasonable person in the school community, who does not have personal knowledge of the relevant circumstances, to identify the student with reasonable certainty; or information requested by a person who the school district reasonably believes knows the identity of the student to whom the education record relates.
  14. School Official is a person employed by the District as an administrator, supervisor, instructor or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel); a person serving on the Board of Education; a person or company with whom the District has contracted to perform a special task (such as an attorney, auditor, consultant, therapist, or school resource officer); or a parent or student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks.
  15. Signed and Dated Written Consent to disclose personally identifiable student information from a student's education records must specify the records to be disclosed, the purpose of disclosure and the party to whom such records should be provided. Consent may include a record and signature in electronic form provided that the consent identifies and authenticates a particular person as the source of electronic consent.

A. CATEGORY "A" RECORDS:

  1. Category A includes official administrative records that constitute the minimum personal data necessary for the operation of the educational system.
  2. Category A records shall be maintained for at least fifty (50) years after the student leaves the school district or graduates.
  3. Notice of a student's suspension or expulsion shall be expunged from the student's cumulative education record if the student graduates from high school, except for notice of an expulsion based upon possession of a firearm or deadly weapon.
  4. *In cases where a student is suspended or expelled for the first time, and the Administration or the Board, respectively, has shortened or waived the period of suspension or expulsion in accordance with the Board's disciplinary policy relating to first time offenses, the Administration or the Board, respectively, may choose to expunge such notice of suspension or expulsion from the student's cumulative record at the time
  5. The student completes the specified program and any other conditions imposed by the Administration/Board, rather than upon graduation. Should the notice be expunged in accordance with this provision, a record of the fact that the student had been suspended or expelled shall be maintained apart from the student's cumulative record, for the limited purpose of determining whether any subsequent offenses by the student would constitute the student's first suspension or expulsion.
  6. Category A records shall include, at a minimum, the following:
RECORD LOCATION
a. Basic biographical information

Cumulative/Health File

b. Academic achievement (grades/transcripts)

Cumulative File

c. Date of high school graduation or equivalent

Cumulative File

d. Records of immunizations

Cumulative/Health/Pupil Personnel File

e. Attendance records (days absent/present/tardy)

Cumulative File

f. *Notice of Expulsion for Firearm or Deadly Weapon (C.G.S. 10-233c(e) , 10-233d(f) )

Cumulative File

B. CATEGORY "B" RECORDS

  1. This includes verified information for the formulation of education programs for all students, but not absolutely necessary over an indefinite period of time.
  2. Data in Category B must be accurate, clearly understood, and verified before becoming part of any continuing record. There should be no anonymous entries in a student's education record.
  3. Category B records must be maintained for at least six (6) years after the student leaves the school district or graduates from high school.
  4. Notice of a student's suspension or expulsion shall be expunged from the student's cumulative education record if the student graduates from high school, except for notice of an expulsion based upon possession of a firearm or deadly weapon.
  5. *In cases where a student is suspended or expelled for the first time, and the Administration or the Board, respectively, has shortened or waived the period of suspension or expulsion in accordance with the Board's disciplinary policy relating to first time offenses, the Administration or the Board, respectively, may choose to expunge such notice of suspension or expulsion from the student's cumulative record at the time the student completes the specified program and any other conditions imposed by the Administration/Board, rather than upon graduation. Should the notice be expunged in accordance with this provision, a record of the fact that the student had been suspended or expelled shall be maintained apart from the student's cumulative record, for the limited purpose of determining whether any subsequent offenses by the student would constitute the student's first suspension or expulsion.
  6. Records containing information pertaining to child abuse/neglect referrals or reports; or containing confidential HIV- related information should be kept separate from the student's cumulative folder, in confidential files.
  7. Confidential HIV- related information contained in the confidential file should only be disclosed pursuant to district policy.
  8. Information contained in documents related to any Department of Children and Families ("DCF") child abuse and/or neglect investigation, or any such investigation conducted by local law enforcement officials, shall be kept confidential, in a central location. Such records shall only be disclosed in accordance with the Board's policy regarding Confidentiality and Access to Education Records.
  9. Category B records shall include the following (if applicable):

RECORD

LOCATION

a. Child-Study Team Records / Student Assistance Team Records

Cumulative/Pupil Personnel File

b. Standardized group test scores (CAPT, CMT etc.)and/or personality testing program results

Cumulative/Pupil Personnel File

c. Diagnostic reading/math test results
(not special education)

Cumulative File

d. Educational and/or vocational interest

Cumulative File

e. Speech/language and hearing evaluations
(not special education)

Cumulative/Health File

f. Comprehensive health records

Cumulative/Health/Pupil
Personnel File

g. Correspondence relating to the student

Cumulative/Health/Pupil
Personnel File

h. Suspensions/expulsions

Cumulative File*

i. Parent/legible student's signed
release forms

Cumulative/Health/Pupil
Personnel File

j. Truancy Records (including record of parent conferences and referrals )

Cumulative File

k. Child Abuse/Neglect Forms

CONFIDENTIAL FILE IN CENTRAL LOCATION

l. Reports Containing Confidential
HIV-Related Information

CONFIDENTIAL FILE

m. Awards

Cumulative File

n. Diagnostic test results (non special education)

Cumulative File/Pupil Personnel

o. Extracurricular Activities

Cumulative File

p. Letters of Recommendation

Cumulative File

q. Parent's/Eligible Student's signed release forms (permitting disclosure of records)

Cumulative File/Health/Pupil Personnel File

r. Diploma (if not picked up by student)

Cumulative File

s. Accident Reports

Cumulative File

t. Basic school entrance health histories

Cumulative/Health File

u. Cumulative Health Record (CHR-1, original or copy)

Health File (*copy remains with district/original follows student)

v. Individualized Health Care Plans / Emergency Care Plans

Cumulative/Health/Pupil Personnel File

w. Health Assessment Records (HAR-3)

Health File

x. Incident Reports

Cumulative File

y. Medication administration records(*6 yrs OR until superseded by yearly summary on CHR-1)

Health File

z. Parent authorization for medications/treatments

Health File

aa. Physician's orders for medications treatments

Health File

bb. Referral forms for services based on results of
mandated screenings

Health/Pupil Personnel File

cc. Sports histories and physical-examination
reports

Health File

dd. Nursing Records (Health assessment data;
Nursing process notes; 3rd party health records)

Health File

C. CATEGORY "C" RECORDS – SPECIAL EDUCATION

  1. Category C includes verified information necessary for the formulation of prescriptive educational plans designed to meet the unique needs of selected students.
  2. Category C information should be kept separate from the student's cumulative folder, in the Pupil Personnel File.
  3. Category C records must be maintained for at least six (6) years after the student leaves the school district or graduates from high school.
  4. Prior to the destruction of Category C information, notification to parents and/or eligible students via media will be made and opportunity provided to copy said records.
  5. Category C shall include (where applicable):

RECORD

LOCATIONS

a. PPT referral forms

Pupil Personnel File

b. School counselor case records

Cumulative/ Pupil Personnel File

c. School psychologists case records

Cumulative/Pupil Personnel File

d. School social-work case records

Cumulative/Pupil Personnel File

e. School speech/language pathology case records

Cumulative/Pupil Personnel File

f. Section 504 Records

Cumulative/Pupil Personnel File

g. Special Education assessment/evaluation reports

Pupil Personnel File

h. Due process records (including complaints, mediations, and hearings)

Pupil Personnel File

i. Individual Transition Plan

Pupil Personnel File

j. Individualized Education Program ("IEP") Records

Pupil Personnel File

k. Planning and Placement Team ("PPT") records (including notices, meetings, consent forms)

Pupil Personnel File

l. Individualized Family Service Plans ("IFSPs")

Pupil Personnel File

D. CATEGORY "D" RECORDS

  1. Category D records must be maintained for minimum retention period specified below.
  2. Category "D" shall include (where applicable):

RECORD

MINIMUM RETENTION REQUIRED

LOCATION

a. Sports Contract/Student Contract (including signature sheet for student handbook)

End of school year in which signed

Cumulative File

b. Permission slips/waivers

3 years

Cumulative File

c. Free/reduced meal application and documentation

3 years

Cumulative File

d. Annual Notification to Parents

(Student behavior and Discipline, Bus Conduct, Electronic Communications Systems, and the National School Lunch Program)

1 year

Cumulative File

e. Adult Education Registration Records

3 years or until audited, whichever comes first

Cumulative File

f. After school program registration records

1 year

Cumulative File

g. School registration records including residency documentation

3 years or until audited, whichever comes later

Cumulative File

h. Student portfolio work (student produced work for grading assessment)

End of year in which student received grade

May be Maintained by Individual Teachers

i. Tardy slips from parents/guardians

End of school year

Cumulative File

j. Physician's Standing orders

Permanent; revise as required. Keep old copy separately.

Health File

k. Student's emergency information
card

Until superseded or student leaves school district

Cumulative/Health File

l. Test Protocols

Discretion of district

Cumulative/Pupil Personnel File

m. Surveillance videotapes made on school bus (*if maintained by district)

2 weeks

N/A

n. Log of access to education records

Maintained for same retention period as required for the record

Cumulative/Health/Pupil Personnel

E. DURATION OF EDUCATION RECORDS

  1. Records shall be destroyed in accordance with district policy and the Records Retention Schedule of the Public Records Administrator.
  2. Records may be maintained for longer periods of time whenever valid cause for the retention of records is shown to the custodian of records.
  3. Notwithstanding the applicable retention schedule, the school district shall not destroy any education record if a parent or eligible student has an outstanding request to inspect and review the education record.

F. RESPONSIBILITY FOR MAINTENANCE OF EDUCATION RECORDS

  1. The Assistant Superintendent is the Custodian of Records.
  2. In addition, the following personnel are designated as the guardians of records for each of the schools:
    1. Categories A, B & D: Principal at each school.
    2. Category C: Case Manager at each school.
    3. With respect to confidential HIV-related information, if the Principal is a recipient of an HIV-related disclosure, the Principal shall be the guardian of records. If not, whoever was the recipient of the HIV-related disclosure shall be the guardian of the records.
    4. With respect to child abuse and neglect investigation material, the superintendent of schools or designee shall be the guardian of the records.
  3. The chief custodian of records will annually list for public inspection the names and positions of the custodians of records in each of the schools.
  4. Each of the custodians of records shall supply parents, on request, a list of the types and locations of education records collected, maintained, or used within the Suffield Public Schools.
  5. The custodians of records are responsible for ensuring compliance with the confidentiality and access provisions of this Board policy and these administrative regulations.
Regulation Adopted: November 21, 1978 SUFFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Regulation Revised: September 1, 1992
October 19, 1993
June 3, 2008
July 23, 2013
November 6, 2017
Suffield, Connecticut

Download the PDF of this Regulation

Appendix A

Model Notification of Rights Under FERPA for Elementary and Secondary Institutions

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), 20 U.S.C. § 1232g, et seq., affords parents and eligible students (i.e., students over 18, emancipated minors, and those attending post-secondary educational institutions) certain rights with respect to the student's education records. They are:

(1) The right to inspect and review the student's education records within forty-five (45) calendardays of the day the District receives a request for access.

Parents or eligible students should submit to the school principal [or appropriate school official] a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect. The principal [or appropriate school official] will make arrangements for access and notify the parents or eligible student of the time and place where the records may be inspected.

(2) The right to request the amendment of the student's education records that the parents or eligible student believe are inaccurate or misleading, or otherwise violate the student's privacy rights.

Parents or eligible students who wish to ask the District to amend a record should write the school principal [or appropriate school official], clearly identify the part of the record the parents or eligible student want changed, and specify why it should be changed.

If the District decides not to amend the record as requested by the parents or eligible student, the District will notify the parents or eligible student of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the parents or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing.

(3) The right to consent to privacy of personally identifiable information in the student's education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent.

One exception that permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to a school official with legitimate interests. A school official is a person employed by the District as an administrator, supervisor, instructor or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel); a person serving on the Board of Education; a person or company with whom the District has outsourced services or functions it would otherwise use its own employees to perform (such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist); or a parent or student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee; or a parent student, or other volunteer assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility.

Upon request, the District discloses a student's education record without consent to officials of another school, including other public schools, charter schools, and post-secondary institutions, in which the student seeks or intends to enroll or is already enrolled if the disclosure is for purposes of the student's enrollment or transfer.

(4) The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the District to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the agency that administers FERPA is:

Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, S.W.
Washington, DC 20202-4605

Unless notified in writingby a parent or eligible student to the contrary within two weeks of the date of this notice, the school district will be permitted to disclose "Directory Information" concerning a student, without the consent of a parent or eligible student. Directory Information includes information contained in an education record of a student that would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. It includes, but is not limited to, the parent's name, address and/or e-mail address, the student's name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, photographic, computer and/or video images, date and place of birth, major field(s) of study, grade level, enrollment status (full-time; part-time), participation in school-sponsored activities or athletics, weight and height (if the student is a member of an athletic team), dates of attendance, degrees, honors and awards received, the most recent previous school(s) attended and student identification numbers for the limited purposes of displaying a student identification card. The student identification number, however, will not be the only identifier used when obtaining access to educational records or data. Directory information does not include a student's social security number, student identification number or other unique personal identifier used by the student for purposes of accessing or communicating in electronic systems unless the identifier cannot be used to gain access to education records except when used in conjunction with one or more factors that authenticate the user's identity, such as a PIN or password.

The school district may disclose directory information about students after they are no longer in enrollment in the school district. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the district will continue to honor any valid objection to the disclosure of directory information made while a student was in attendance unless the student rescinds the objection.

An objection to the disclosure of directory information shall not prevent the school district from disclosing or requiring a student to disclose the student's name, identified or institutional email address in a class in which the student is enrolled. Parents and/or eligible students may not use the right to opt out of directory information disclosures to prohibit the school district from requiring students to wear or display a student identification card.

The written objection to the disclosure of directory information shall be good for only one school year. School districts are legally obligated to provide military recruiters and institutions of higher learning, upon request, with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of secondary school students, unless the secondary student or the parent of the student objects to such disclosure in writing. Such objection shall be in writing and shall be effective for one school year. In all other circumstances, information designated as directory information will not be released when requested by a third party unless the release of such information is determined by the administration to be in the educational interest of the school district and is consistent with the district's obligations under both state and federal law.

Regulation Adopted: November 21, 1978 SUFFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Regulation Revised: September 1, 1992
October 19, 1993
June 3, 2008
July 23, 2013
Suffield, Connecticut

Suffield Public Schools
Suffield, CT

RELEASE OF CONFIDENTIAL HIV-RELATED INFORMATION

I hereby authorize ________[name of individual who holds the information]________, to release confidential HIV-related information, as defined in Conn. Gen. Stat. § 19a-581, concerning _______[name of protected individual]_____, to the following personnel:

_____ 1) School Nurse
_____ 2) School Administrator(s)
a) ____________________ b) ____________________
_____ 3) Student's Teacher(s)
a) ____________________ b) ____________________
_____ 4) Paraprofessional(s)
_____ 5) Director of Pupil Personnel Services
_____ 6) Other(s)
a) ____________________ b) ____________________
This authorization shall be valid for:
_____ 1) The student's stay at _________________ School.
_____ 2) The current school year.
_____ 3) Other _________________
specify period
I provide this information based on my responsibility to consent for the health care of _____________. I understand that such information shall be held confidential by the persons authorized here to receive such information, except as otherwise provided by law.

___________________________ ____________________________
[Name] [Relationship to Student]

[Date]

Suffield Public Schools
Suffield, CT

TRANSFER OF CONFIDENTIAL STUDENT INFORMATION


Date: ___________________

Pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act ("FERPA"), I hereby authorize the Suffield Public Schools to release and/or obtain (please circle) the following confidential records regarding my child:

Name of Child: _____________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________
_____________________________________________
_____________________________________________
_____________________________________________
DOB: __________________

Parent(s)/Guardian(s):_________________________________________
School: _____________________________________________

(Please check all that apply)
Obtain Release
All Records □ □
Cumulative File □ □
Pupil Personnel/Special Education □ □
Disciplinary □ □
Health/Medical* □ □
Other (please specify) □ □
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
To/From: _______________________________________________________________________
Name
Address: ________________________________ ______________________ _______________
Street Town State/Zip Code

Telephone: (_______)________________ Fax: (________)_______________________

I understand that the information to be disclosed is protected as an "education record" under FERPA, and that such information shall not be redisclosed unless permitted under FERPA. I further understand that the officers, employees, and agents of any party that receives protected information under FERPA may use such information only for purposes for which the disclosure is made.

______________________________________________ _____________________________________
Signature of Parent/Guardian Date

_____________________________________________
Print Name of Parent/Guardian

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*If this authorization is being used to obtain Protected Health Information from a child's physician or other covered entity under HIPAA, the following section must also be completed:

I, the undersigned, specifically authorize _______________________________ to disclose my
Name of Physician

Child's medical information, as specified above, to my child's school, ________________________
Name of School

at the above address for the purposes described below (i.e. health assessment for school entry, special education evaluation etc.):

_________________________________________________________________________________

By signing below, I agree that a photocopy of this authorization will be valid as the original. This authorization will be valid for a period of one year from the date below. I understand that I may revoke this authorization at any time by notifying the physician's office in writing, but if I do, it will not have any effect on actions taken by the Physician prior to receiving such revocation.

I understand that under applicable law, the information disclosed under this authorization may be subject to further disclosure by the recipient and thus, may no longer be protected by federal privacy regulations.

I understand that my child's treatment or continued treatment with any health care provider or enrollment or eligibility for benefits with any health plan may not be conditioned upon whether or not I sign this authorization and that I may refuse to sign it.

Any information received by the school pursuant to this authorization is subject to all applicable state and federal confidentiality laws governing further use and disclosure of such information.

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___________________________________ ____________________
Signature of Parent/Guardian Date

___________________________________
Print Name of Parent/Guardian

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