Logan County Schools has announced that records of Special Education students who have not received services for more than five years will be destroyed.
This action is in accordance with Policy 4350. Records to verify implementation of federally funded programs and services and to demonstrate compliance with program requirements must be maintained for five years after the activity is completed. Other personally identifiable data, which is no longer needed to provide educational services, may be destroyed.
Records of Logan County Special Education students who have not received services for over five years have been identified and those records are available to parents and eligible students to pick up. Anyone wanting to pick up the records can go to the Logan County Schools Special Education office at the old Monaville Grade School between the hours of 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday, from October 1, 2013 through December 31, 2014. After this time, records will be destroyed. To obtain your record you must show proof of identification and sign a release of information form.
For questions on the above notice, call 304-792-2073 or 304-792-2075.