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HELEN S. DUNN SCHOOL OPENING School starts Wednesday, August 28th, 2019 Parents and Students are invited to take a "Sneak Peek" at Helen S. Dunn School Sneak Peak Tuesday, August 27th from 1-2 pm Parents that would like to register children may do so by calling the school at 826-2000 PUBLIC NOTICE PERTAINING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES It is the policy of the Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services Penobscot County: that all children living within these districts who are in need of Special Education services be identified and evaluated, whether the child attends private, parochial, or public school. If you are a parent or guardian or know of a child between the ages of 3-20 who may need but are not receiving special education services, please contact the following: GREENBUSH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT HELEN S. DUNN SCHOOL 207-826-2000 CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, PENOBSCOT COUNTY 1-207-723-2088 SPECIAL EDUCATION Screening and services are provided to eligible children/students who are: Ages 0-5 years not currently enrolled in school; Enrolling in kindergarten in the fall and will be sereened in the spring Transferring from another school district; and Enrolled in a private school or receive home schooling Legal Reference: 34CFR 300.128; 300.450-52 NONDISCRIMINATION: The Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services, Penobscot County does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, national origin, sex, or physical or mental disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities Legal Reference: 34CFR 104.7(b) PROGRAM ACCESSIBILITY All programs or activities offered by the Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services of Penobscot County when viewed in their entirety shall be readily accessible to individuals with disabilitics. Information is available relating to the existence and location of services, activities, and facilities that are accessible to and useable by individuals with disabilities. Legal Reference: 28CFR 35.107(b) STUDENT RECORDS Parents or eligible (age 18 years or older) are entitled to certain rights and protection under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. A complete copy of the Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services, Penobscot County student records policy may be obtained by contacting the Office of Student Services. These rights include: Inspeet and review the student's educational records Request the amendment of the student's educational records Consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in the student's education records, except to the extent allowed in accordance with 34CFR, Section 99; and File a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education. Student records maintained by the school include: Academic information such as grades, progress reports, student work samples, achievement test data, etc.: Statistical information including aptitude scores, mental ability, permanent school health records, etc.; and Directory infomation on students, such as names, ages, grade, field of study, participation in officially recognized activities, and sports and awards received. Transfer of records from I school district to another may proceed without parents consent All directory information may be made public without notice, unless the school is notified in writing by July 1 for the upcoming school year or within 30 days after enrollment whichever is later, that such information not be released to persons other than authorized school personnel without prior written consent The Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services of Penobscot County forward educational records to other agencies or institutions that have requested the records and in which the student seeks or intends to enroll. Legal Reference: 34CFR 99.6 (a) (1):99.7;99.37 HELEN S. DUNN SCHOOL OPENING School starts Wednesday, August 28th, 2019 Parents and Students are invited to take a "Sneak Peek" at Helen S. Dunn School Sneak Peak Tuesday, August 27th from 1-2 pm Parents that would like to register children may do so by calling the school at 826-2000 PUBLIC NOTICE PERTAINING TO SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES It is the policy of the Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services Penobscot County: that all children living within these districts who are in need of Special Education services be identified and evaluated, whether the child attends private, parochial, or public school. If you are a parent or guardian or know of a child between the ages of 3-20 who may need but are not receiving special education services, please contact the following: GREENBUSH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT HELEN S. DUNN SCHOOL 207-826-2000 CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, PENOBSCOT COUNTY 1-207-723-2088 SPECIAL EDUCATION Screening and services are provided to eligible children/students who are: Ages 0-5 years not currently enrolled in school; Enrolling in kindergarten in the fall and will be sereened in the spring Transferring from another school district; and Enrolled in a private school or receive home schooling Legal Reference: 34CFR 300.128; 300.450-52 NONDISCRIMINATION: The Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services, Penobscot County does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, national origin, sex, or physical or mental disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities Legal Reference: 34CFR 104.7(b) PROGRAM ACCESSIBILITY All programs or activities offered by the Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services of Penobscot County when viewed in their entirety shall be readily accessible to individuals with disabilitics. Information is available relating to the existence and location of services, activities, and facilities that are accessible to and useable by individuals with disabilities. Legal Reference: 28CFR 35.107(b) STUDENT RECORDS Parents or eligible (age 18 years or older) are entitled to certain rights and protection under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. A complete copy of the Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services, Penobscot County student records policy may be obtained by contacting the Office of Student Services. These rights include: Inspeet and review the student's educational records Request the amendment of the student's educational records Consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in the student's education records, except to the extent allowed in accordance with 34CFR, Section 99; and File a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education. Student records maintained by the school include: Academic information such as grades, progress reports, student work samples, achievement test data, etc.: Statistical information including aptitude scores, mental ability, permanent school health records, etc.; and Directory infomation on students, such as names, ages, grade, field of study, participation in officially recognized activities, and sports and awards received. Transfer of records from I school district to another may proceed without parents consent All directory information may be made public without notice, unless the school is notified in writing by July 1 for the upcoming school year or within 30 days after enrollment whichever is later, that such information not be released to persons other than authorized school personnel without prior written consent The Greenbush School Department and Child Development Services of Penobscot County forward educational records to other agencies or institutions that have requested the records and in which the student seeks or intends to enroll. Legal Reference: 34CFR 99.6 (a) (1):99.7;99.37