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Special eduction records available

From the Cabot School District:

The state and federal guidelines allow public agencies to destroy special education due process forms and records when they are no longer needed to provide educational services to the child. Cabot Public Schools will retain records for five years after a student’s projected graduation date.

You have the right to review and/or pick up a copy of your Special Education due process records if you received Special Education services while enrolled in Cabot Public Schools. If you are 18 or older, you must pick up the records yourself, or sign an informed consent document to allow someone else to pick them up for you.

If a former student has been declared incompetent or incapacitated, the parent/guardian may review or pick up the records on behalf of that individual.

These records are available at the Special Programs Administrative Office at 802 North Second Street in Cabot. Contact our Special Programs Data Clerk at 743-3543 if you have questions. Records, which are not picked up will be destroyed on August 16, 2013.

THESE RECORDS DO NOT INCLUDE YOUR TRANSCRIPTS OR GRADE REPORTS.

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