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Some Short-Term Students Documents in Stafford Schools to be Destroyed

by Deirdre Blake posted Dec 14 2012 8:19PM
Parents in Stafford County Public Schools have until next Thursday to get copies of some student records that will be destroyed.
They are short-term retention documents from official student records of those who graduated or left a Stafford school in 2006 to 2007 or prior years. They might include special services, special education files and health files that will be shredded.
If you need a record from your child's file, call the school that your child left by Thursday. If they do not hear from you, the records will be destroyed.  Long-term documents will be kept, as required by the Library of Virginia. 
 
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12/14/2012 8:19PM
Some Short-Term Students Documents in Stafford Schools to be Destroyed
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