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Document Request Policy

Transcript Policy:


As of July 1, 2017, the Student Records Department will no longer provide one free Official Transcript to graduating students at the time of graduation. Starting with all spring graduations, registrars will provide two free official transcripts to all graduating students with their diplomas at time of graduation. Once transcripts are given out, all graduated students needing another copy will need to pay $5 District-wide.

Document Request:

All requests that come into the District are processed within 10 School Days of date received. With each request, security is our #1 priority; each request must be verified via State Issued I.D., Passport, or student ID. For all students over the age of 18, the actual student must make the request for records unless the following provisions are in place.

  • The student is considered unable to function or represent themselves in their own capacities, and has a Guardian or power of attorney order in affect.
  • The student waives his/her rights of confidentiality and allows another “Family Member” to pick up the records in lieu of the student.
  • Court Order or Subpoena
  • Parents are requesting the documents for a deceased student and provide a Death Certificate

For all students under the age of 18, the Parent or Guardian of the student is the only legal individual that can request and pick up the records from the District unless the following provisions are in place:

  • Students 16 years or older, or who have completed the 10th grade, have the right to access their pupil records upon request.
  • A pupil 14 years of age or older who is a Homeless child and is an unaccompanied youth, as defined in the Federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, has the right to access their pupil records upon request.
  • Absent of a court order to the contrary (e.g. Conservatorship), once the student becomes an adult the student has the right to grant or deny third party access to their pupil record information.