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Public Notice: Special Education records to be destroyed

In accordance with the Adair County School Districtís procedures and records retention guidelines, the following special education records housed at the Adair County Board Of Education will be destroyed. Special Education Due Process Records for students who attended Adair County School District and exited out of the Special Education Program prior to June 30, 2011. Parties desiring a copy of his or her records before destruction must contact Anita Goode, Special Education Programs Coordinator at 270-384-2476 no later than May 31, 2016.


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