Salem schools to destroy inactive special education files
Salem — The town's public schools plan to destroy inactive special education records that are no longer needed by the school and have been held for the required length of time.
Files are scheduled to be destroyed on Aug. 20. They include all inactive special education records of students who were born in 1989 or earlier, students who have graduated from high school or who have moved from the district six or more years ago.
Officials warn that former students may need a copy of special education files for Social Security purposes.
Those interested may obtain a copy of their special education file by contacting Patti Wenrich at (860) 859-3988 before Aug. 18.
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