Permanent Records

North Carolina Law requires that a permanent record be maintained for each student. This includes academic records, testing and health records, and any pertinent legal documents. The parent or guardian may review their child's record in the school office and may obtain a copy of the record if needed. Parents or guardians must give consent to disclose information in the student record except where state law does not require consent and may request amendments to the student record if inaccuracies are noted or if the record is misleading or otherwise in violation of the student's privacy or other rights. Should the parent or guardian believe the school has failed to comply with the family education rights and privacy act a complaint may be filed with the Department of Education. Local Board policy and North Carolina Law information are available through the principal.