How to Object to School Information Sharing
If you are concerned about safeguarding your child’s personal & private information, please take a look at this article.
If you would like to object to this disclosure of student information & records, you must mail the “Objection to Disclosure of Student Information & Records” form by April 1. Click for Objection Form
A limited amount of copies of this form will be made available in the Front Office by Feb 23 (Tues).
“SDUSD Warns Parents About Student Information Released to Nonprofit”
“San Diego Unified School District officials are notifying parents that all school districts in the state of California will be following a court order and handing over student records to a nonprofit community organization. The Concerned Parents Association fought for the data in federal district court and won over the objections of the California Department of Education.
The nonprofit said it needs the information to see if California schools are violating the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and other related laws. The database it will have access to includes all information on children, kindergarten through high school, who are attending or have attended a California school at any time since Jan. 1, 2008.
The database contains students’ names, social security numbers, home addresses, course information, behavior and discipline information, progress reports, mental health and medical information, along with suspensions, expulsions and more.”
To find out more about the court case and how you can object to this data disclosure, visit the ID Theft Center’s website: URL: http://www.idtheftcenter.org/alertcaparents.html.