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Roanoke County Public Schools 5937 Cove Road Roanoke, Va. 24019 NOTICE OF INTENT TO DESTROY INFORMATION IN STUDENT'S SPECIAL EDUCATION FILE The Guidelines for Management of Student's Scholastic Records in Virginia Public Schools, revised in May 2004, and the Records Retention and Disposition Schedule, General Schedule No. 21, specify that local school divisions shall destroy information contained in the student's school special education file. This information is to be destroyed when no longer educationally useful or five years after the student graduates, completes the Board of Education's approved program or leaves school. Any special education student(s) born in 1995 or prior, who withdrew or graduated from Roanoke County Public Schools in the year 2015 or prior are hereby put on notice that the above referenced files will be destroyed as specified by guidelines. The original data will be made available to requesting data subjects upon written request. This written request should be made within 30 days of the date of publication. Should a request not be made within the specified time, it will be assumed that the data is not desired and that there is no objection to the destruction of the records. This public notice constitutes a reasonable effort to notify each eligible student that he/she has a right to be provided a copy of the data. Written request and/or concerns should be directed to: Request for Records, Office of Special Education, Roanoke County Public Schools, 5937 Cove Road, Roanoke, Va. 24019. (1212443)

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