Voice Recognition




The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students over 18 years of age ("eligible students") certain rights with respect to the student's education records. These rights are:

1. The right of a parent(s) or eligible student to inspect and review the student's education records;

2. The intent of the District to limit the disclosure of information contained in a student's education records, except: (1) by the prior written consent of the student's parent(s) or the eligible student, (2) as directory information or (3) under certain limited circumstances, as permitted by law;

3. The right of a student's parent(s) or an eligible student to seek to correct parts of the student's education records which he/she believes to be inaccurate, misleading or in violation of student rights; this right includes a hearing to present evidence that the records should be changed if the District decides not to alter them according to the parent(s)' or eligible student's request;

4. The right of any person to file a complaint with the Department of Education if the District violates FERPA and

5. The procedure that a student's parent(s) or an eligible student should follow to obtain copies of this policy and the locations where copies may be obtained


The District proposes to designate the following personally identifiable information contained in a student's education record as "directory information"; it discloses that information without prior written consent, except that directory information is not released for a profit-making plan or activity. Such information includes:

1. Student's name
2. Student's address
3. Telephone number(s)
4. Student's date and place of birth
5. Participation in officially recognized activities and sports
6. Student's achievement awards or honors
7. Student's weight and height, if a member of an athletic team
8. Major field of study
9. Dates of attendance ("from and to" dates of enrollment)
10. Date of graduation
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