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Student Release Forms

The District will honor the request of a parent who has submitted written notification opting their child out of publicity however, it is not responsible for media coverage of news, sporting or school happenings, musical presentations, Homecoming Parade, etc., done by reporters, photographs and the like.

Parents/guardians who object to their child being interviewed, photographed or videotaped for the purpose of highlighting a story related to classwork and/or accomplishments, should notify the Superintendent of Schools in writing by September 15 of each school year.  Use the link below to download the form.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that allows schools to disclose appropriately designated "directory information" without written parental consent, unless the parents have advised the school district in advance to the contrary.  The primary purpose of directory information is to allow the school district to include this tupe of information from your child's education records in school publications, on the school website or in a video production and/or for release to the media.  "Directory information" is information generally considered not harmful or an invasion of privacy if released.  Examples include:

  • Honor Roll or other recognition lists (released to the media, posted to the website, etc.)
  • Graduation
  • Sports stories in newspaper, including photos of athletes and/or team photos
  • Newsletter stories that include a photo of students during school hours

Use the link below to download the form.