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posted: 5/1/2013 1:36 PM

Class of 2008 temporary records to be destroyed

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Submitted by District 214

District 214 will begin destroying the Class of 2008's temporary student records on July 1, 2013, pursuant to the Illinois School Student Records Act and the Local Records Commission.

These records may include family background information, teacher comments, disciplinary information and test scores, among other things. Students' permanent records are kept for 60 years and include student and parent/guardian names, student birth date, grades, attendance, academic transcript, and scores received on state assessments (9-12th grade).

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Class of 2008 alumni and their parents/guardians can pick up their respective student records from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. June 3-28. Parents/guardians must have a signed statement of consent from the graduate, which includes the graduate's current address and phone number.

Upon release of student records, parents/guardians must provide valid proof of identification.

To call a school: Buffalo Grove High School, (847) 718-4022; Elk Grove High School, (847) 718-4422; John Hersey High School, (847) 718-4964; Prospect High School, (847) 718-5291; Rolling Meadows High School, (847) 718-5776; Wheeling High School, (847) 718-7128.

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