Courtney Boulton - Computer Services Coordinator - email@example.com
Scott Vang - Network Technology Specialist - firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Gardiner - Network Technology Specialist - email@example.com
Jason Rosno - Data Protection Officer (DPO) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact phone number: 607-527-9800
Written comments can be submitted:
Mail: Courtney Boulton, Technology Director
8455 County Route 125
Campbell, NY 14821
New York State Education Law Section 2-d requires that all school districts provide an inventory of programs used in the school environment on their websites and make such a document publicly available. Schools must also provide a clear description of the various data elements collected by the programs and applications including student, teacher and administrator Personally Identifiable Information (PII). In addition to the required information, more resources such as legal or regulatory documentation may be added to this public resource further outlining the reasons particular data elements are collected as well as the intended uses. You will find the inventory and a description of the programs currently in use in our schools with links to each company's privacy policies maintained by RIC One below. This public portal will be continuously updated as new security information is received or as new technological applications are integrated into the school environment.
Data Protection Officer
The Data Protection Officer for the district is Jason Rosno, Business Manager: email@example.com
Questions, concerns, or complaints about data security should be directed the district office at 607-527-9800.
Annual Notification and Rights of Parents
FERPA regulations require that local education agencies give annual notification to parents and eligible students of their rights under FERPA (34 CFR § 99.7). The law does not require agencies to notify parents and eligible students individually, but agencies must provide notification where they are likely to see it. In addition, education institutions must make provisions to effectively inform individuals with a disability or whose primary language is not English.
The annual notification process must ensure that parents understand that they have the right to:
inspect and review their child's record;
seek to amend the record if they believe it to be inaccurate;
consent (or not) to disclosures of personally identifiable information; and
file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning the district's failures to comply with FERPA.
Either parent has the right to review an education record unless there is evidence of a court order or state law revoking or restricting these rights. Parents may access the education records of eligible students if they claim the student as a dependent for income tax purposes. However, agencies may require verification of the requester's relationship with the child before providing access to records.
The right of parents to access information is limited to their own child or children. If the education record includes information about other students, that information must be removed prior to disclosure so that parents do not have access to any other child's records. (34 CFR § 99.12)
When parents (or eligible students) request to review their records, the education institution must respond within 45 days, even if these records are kept by an outside party acting for the school. During these 45 days, the education institution cannot destroy any of the requested records.