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Records retention and disposition schedule ED-1, for use by school districts and BOCES

New York State Archives and Records Administration.

Records retention and disposition schedule ED-1, for use by school districts and BOCES

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Published by University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., State Archives and Records Administration in Albany, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School districts -- New York (State) -- Records and correspondence.,
  • Public records -- New York (State) -- Management.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22200037M


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Records retention and disposition schedule ED-1, for use by school districts and BOCES by New York State Archives and Records Administration. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The  ED-1 Records Retention and Disposition Schedule  indicates the minimum length of time that officials of School Districts (including community school districts in New York City and "special act" or institutional school districts), BOCES, County Vocational Education & Extension Boards, Teacher Resource & Computer Training Centers must retain their records before they may be disposed of.

Records Retention and Disposition Schedule for school districts, BOCES, County Vocational Education and Extension Boards, Teacher Resource and Computer Training sunplena.comhed pages Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED-1 | New York State Archives.

The "ED-1 Records Retention and Disposition Schedule" is for use by school districts, BOCES, county vocational education and extension boards, and teacher resource and computer training centers. This retention schedule covers most of the records maintained by school districts and other local education agencies.

PurposeThis revised Records Retention and Disposition Schedule indicates the minimum length of time that local officials must retain their records before they may be disposed of legally. It is a revised edition of Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED-1.

This is an excerpt of the NYSED ED-1 schedule for school districts, BOCES, and other Summary record or individual records when not posted to summary record: RETENTION: The State Archives recommends that school districts and BOCES evaluate the need to retain immunization records longer than the stated minimum retention.

NYSED / P / OSI / SSS / Laws and Regulations / Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED-1school districts and BOCES may wish (but are not required to) to retain post attendance registers for those years in their place to provide students' names.

This revised Records Retention and Disposition Schedule indicates the minimum length of time that local officials must retain their records before they may be disposed of legally. It is a revised edition of Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED-1, originally issued inand revised since then.

Public School District Records Retention Schedule This records retention schedule is to be used by all public school districts in the Commonwealth.

It is an attempt to list all records created or received by the district’s central office, school board, school administration, school based decision making councils, and grades K thru Help for Schools News and Announcements. Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED Retention and disposition schedules for use by school districts, BOCES, county vocational and education extension boards, and Teacher Resource and Computer Training Centers.

() SEDCAR. developed the Guidelines on the Retention and Disposition of School Division/District Records (Guidelines). The Department of Education issued the Guidelines to all school divisions/districts early in The s brought important social, legislative and technological changes, which necessitated a review of the Guidelines.

BOCES will continue eDoc for long term retention of all documents allowing us to comply with NYS Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED BOCES will also support BoardDocs for our component districts under our Records Management CoSer.

COST FORMULA: Annual subscription cost for each district - $9, Annual Orange-Ulster BOCES Support. OU BOCES comprehensive Records Management Program was developed to provide school districts and public agencies with the service of a Records Management Team.

The experienced team provides leadership training and organizational skills necessary to establish a systematic Records Management Program in the participating organization. Local Government Common Records Retention Schedule (CORE) Covers management of the agency and its assets, finances, human resources, and information resources.

School Districts and Educational Service Districts Records Retention Schedule - v (December ) - PDF | Word. Summary of Changes from Version to (December ). The Board also recognizes its responsibility to ensure the orderly retention and disposition of the district’s student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Board in policy The District will use reasonable methods to provide access to student educational records.

OCM BOCES will inventory and organize district records in accordance with “Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED-1” as adopted by federal and state agencies for use by school districts.

This service includes an inventory and location list of a district’s records to facilitate easier retrieval and the establishment of disposal dates. The Board also recognizes its responsibility to ensure the orderly retention and disposition of the District’s student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES Adopted: June 21, Reaffirm: January 9, Revised: July 1, POLICY: No.

Newburgh Board of Education Student Records Adopted: October 13, Replacing # Student Records Page 2 of 5 Legitimate educational interest: a school official has a legitimate educational interest if they need to review a student’s record.

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (July 9, ) – The Board of Education of the City School District of New Rochelle and the New Rochelle Federation of United School Employees (FUSE), the union representing teachers, other pedagogic staff and school-related professionals, are pleased to announce that the parties have reached a tentative settlement for a successor agreement.

A "record" is defined as any "document, book, paper, photograph, map, Consequently, records retention and disposition schedules often need modification or additions in order to be realistic and effective.

Furthermore, because local governments are so large, it is. Public School Records Retention Schedule Retention: Retention: Retention. retention and disposition of the district’s student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Board in policy The District will use reasonable methods to provide access to Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES.

Student Records - Confidentiality and Parental Access to Student Records Regulation Info: R. The Board of Education recognizes its legal responsibility to maintain the confidentiality of student records. Space Savings—Records are microfilmed, shelved, or destroyed according to NYS ED-1 retention schedule.

Fixed File Continuity—Records are on microfilm in fixed sequence, guarding against misfiling. Security/Protection—Information stored in microfilm or document form.

disposition of the District’s student records in accordance with Record Retention and Disposition Schedule ED The District will use reasonable methods to provide access to student educational records only to those authorized under the law and to authenticate the identity of the requestor.

whom a record relates. School official: a. School Districts and Educational Service Districts Records Retention Schedule. Version (December 18, ) POLICIES AND PROCEDURES. The activity of creative systematic approaches to operations and processes, where not covered by CORE. DISPOSITION AUTHORITY NUMBER (DAN) DESCRIPTION OF RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION ACTION DESIGNATION.

- This Retention and Disposal Schedule covers records that are commonly maintained by · public school districts.

This schedule updates and revises the schedule that was approved on September 5, The records that are described on the attached pages are deemed necessary (1) for the continued effective operation of Michigan.

The Board also recognizes its responsibility to ensure the orderly retention and disposition of the district’s student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Board in policy Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES.

First reading: May 28, Second Reading: June. RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE. and the New York State Legislative Retrieval System.

Records covered by this retention schedule must be retained for the minimum retention period as specified in this schedule, regardless of format. For more Hard cover Ledger Book documenting: (a) chapter numbers.

The Board also recognizes its responsibility to ensure the orderly retention and disposition of the district’s student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Board in policy Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES “Guidance for Reasonable Methods and Written.

Disseminates NARA-approved records retention and disposition schedules for Department -wide implementation. Develops clear and consistent business rules (standards) for records management. Provides guidance and instruction to Department staff for the appropriate handling, maintenance, and disposition of records.

Dutchess BOCES Calendars. Dutchess BOCES Report Card. Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED Records Storage Form.

Teacher Mentor Program Guidelines Communications & Grants Research Publications Code of Conduct. Print Shop Brochure.

Dutchess BOCES Wall Calendar Dutchess BOCES Spotlight. Dutchess BOCES Spotlight. ESMCSD Policy Book STUDENT RECORDS The Board also recognizes its responsibility to ensure the orderly retention and disposition of the 8 NYCRR (Appendix I) Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES “Guidance for Reasonable Methods and Written Agreements,”.

School Districts and Education Service Districts Records Retention Schedule Crosswalk from Version to Version (December 18, ) SUMMARY OF CHANGES. To better assist local government agencies in the retention, destruction, and transfer of their public records, Washington State Archives is continuing to.

Consider the following pointers to maximize the usefulness of this records retention schedule: (1) Apply the record series listing that functionally matches the actual records in the ESDs, school districts, and individual schools, regardless of location in this schedule.

This schedule is divided into 12 sections (see table of contents). RECORDS MANAGEMENT MANUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS 4 6.

Complaints - communications that are received from parents and/or other persons regarding objections, dissatisfactions or disagreement with school district policies or actions. Retention 2 years after response or action by the school district, and all rights of appeal have beenexhausted.

School districts in New York State are required by law to identify and maintain records. Rockland BOCES Records Management Service provides the technical assistance necessary to establish and maintain a comprehensive plan that meets all NYS requirements.

RECORDS RETENTION AND DISPOSITION SCHEDULE Education, Department of. School Finance Division. SERIES (This Retention Schedule is approved on a space-available basis) 1 APPLICATION FOR IMPACT AID TRANSFER to the INDIANA ARCHIVES, for it possible for school districts to receive money from the U.S.

Department of Education to help. WAPPINGERS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Student Records/Directory Information (FERPA Rights) student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Board in policy Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-l for Use by School Districts and BOCES.

Title: Microsoft Word - FERPA Author: wcsd Created Date. A record may be destroyed or otherwise disposed of only in accordance with the Records Retention and Disposition Schedule ED-1, issued pursuant to Article A of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Law, and provided that the record does not have sufficient administrative, fiscal, legal or historical value to merit retention beyond the minimum period.

Arts and Cultural Affairs Law, Article A (Local Government Records Law) 8 NYCRR (Appendix I) Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES Adoption date: March 23, The Genesee Valley Educational Partnership serves more than 24, students in 22 school districts located in Genesee, Livingston, Steuben, and Wyoming counties.

The Partnership (formerly known as Genesee Valley BOCES) offers a wide range of programs and services including career and technical education, adult education including licensed practical nursing programs, special education programs. The Board also recognizes its responsibility to ensure the orderly retention and disposition of the district’s student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Board in policy The District will use reasonable methods to provide access to student educational records only to those.8 NYCRR (Appendix I) Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES.

Adoption date: May 11, FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA) NOTICE REGARDING ACCESS TO STUDENT RECORDS AND STUDENT INFORMATION. Dear Parent or Eligible Student.The Board also recognizes its responsibility to ensure the orderly retention and disposition of the district’s student records in accordance with Schedule ED-1 as adopted by the Board in policy (Appendix I) Records Retention and Disposition, Schedule ED-1 for Use by School Districts and BOCES “Guidance for Reasonable Methods and Written.