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Watauga County Schools to Destroy Non-Current Records of Former Exceptional Students PDF Print
Written by Adam Hicks   
Thursday, 02 July 2009 05:30

Watauga County Schools will be destroying non-current records of exceptional children.


WCS Community Relations Director Marshall Ashcraft explained this is a routine annual process for schools in Watauga County and across the country.


Ashcraft said the destruction of these records is in accordance with Watauga County Schools Board Policy, along with state and federal laws regarding exceptional children.


Former exceptional students in Watauga County who graduated or completed a course of study in 2004, or who exited the program because they reached the age of 21 in 2004, have the right to receive their confidential student records before they are destroyed.


Ashcraft said anyone wishing to receive student records should contact WCS Exceptional Children Programs Data Manager Beth Mings at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by calling (828) 264-7190.


According to Ashcraft, all records not requested by September 29 will be destroyed.


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