Mount Greylock Regional School Records To Be Destroyed

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional School graduates from the 2012-2013 class have until the end of the month to retrieve their records. 
In accordance with state regulations, all temporary cumulative school and health records for students who have graduated from or left Mount Greylock Regional School during the 2012 - 2013 school years will be destroyed on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. 
State regulations require that student records be destroyed seven years after the student graduates. However, the high school transcript that includes the grades for the four years of high school is maintained for 60 years following graduation.
Any student who is interested in retrieving their records before destruction should contact the guidance department at (413)458-9582 ext.1250. 
Students who received services from the Special Education Department (Pupil Personnel Services) should contact the Special Education (Pupil Personnel) office at 413-458-9582 ext. 2050 for an appointment to pick up any other records.
Please note that parents cannot request the records of their student without a signed letter giving permission. Otherwise, the student can only request their records in writing or in person.

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