250.  STUDENT RECRUITMENT - Pg.

250.  STUDENT RECRUITMENT

1.        Authority

        51 P.S.

        Sec. 20221 et seq

        10 U.S.C.

        Sec. 503

        20 U.S.C.

        Sec. 7908

In accordance with law, the Board shall permit disclosure of required student information about secondary students to representatives of postsecondary institutions and to representatives of the armed forces of the United States.

Equitable access to secondary students shall be granted to postsecondary education representatives, military recruiters and prospective employers.

2.        Guidelines

        10 U.S.C.

        Sec. 503

        20 U.S.C.

        Sec. 7908

Postsecondary institutions and military recruiters shall have access to secondary students’ names, addresses and telephone numbers, unless the student or parent/guardian requests that such information not be released without prior written parental consent.

        51 P.S.

        Sec. 20222

        10 U.S.C.

        Sec. 503

        20 U.S.C.

        Sec. 7908

        51 P.S.

        Sec. 20222

The District shall notify parents/guardians of the right of the secondary student or parent/guardian to request that student information not be released to representatives of postsecondary institutions and/or military recruiters without prior written parental consent.

The District shall provide a list of graduating seniors, which shall be available to military recruiters by the first day of the academic year of graduation.

     

       24 P.S.

      Sec. 2402

The building principal shall determine under what conditions and when access to secondary students will be provided to representatives of postsecondary institutions, military recruiters and prospective employers.

Military Personnel

Military recruiters and all other members of the active and retired Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserves, shall be permitted to wear their official military uniforms while on district property.

3.  Delegation of

     Responsibility

The building principal shall determine under what conditions and when access to secondary students will be provided to representatives of postsecondary institutions, military recruiters and prospective employers.

The building principal reserves the right to deny access to students when such access will materially and substantially interfere with the proper and orderly operation of the school.

        51 P.S.

        Sec. 20222

The Superintendent or designee shall notify parents/guardians prior to the end of the student’s junior year about the provisions of this policy. The notice shall include:

  1. Notice that the school routinely discloses names, addresses and telephone numbers of junior and senior students to postsecondary institutions and military recruiters, subject to a parent’s/guardian’s or secondary student’s request not to disclose such information without prior written parental consent.

  1. Explanation of the parent’s/guardian’s or secondary student’s right to request that information not be disclosed without prior written parental consent.

  1. Procedures for how the parent/guardian or secondary student can opt out of the public, nonconsensual disclosure of such information, and the method and timeline for doing so.

References:

State Board of Education Regulations – 22 PA Code Sec. 403.1

Military Visitors – 24 P.S. Sec. 2402

Military Affairs – 51 P.S. Sec. 20221 et seq.

National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2002 – 10 U.S.C. Sec. 503

No Child Left Behind Act – 20 U.S.C. Sec. 7908

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