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Students Records to Be Destroyed After 7 Years

by Press Release
July 25, 2017

NOTICE OF DESTRUCTION OF STUDENT RECORDS

The Massachusetts Student Record Regulations authorize public school districts to destroy student records within seven (7) years of a student’s graduation, transfer or withdrawal from the school district.  The Holliston Public Schools, Department of Student Services, will be complying with these regulations.  The persons affected are those who received special education services in Holliston and terminated services during the 2009-2010 school years.
The parent/guardian or eligible (adult) student may contact the Student Services Office at 508-429-0661 to make arrangements to pick up their records or you may contact us in writing at the following address:

Holliston Public Schools
370 Hollis Street
Holliston, MA. 01746
Attn:  Student Services

Unclaimed records will be destroyed on Friday, September 8, 2017.

 

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