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Annual Notices

Section 504 - Policy Statement
The district shall not discriminate against any student having a disability, a record of having a disability,​ or who is otherwise regarded as having a disability. The District shall also, as required by law, attempt to locate and identify each student within the District's jurisdiction who may be an eligible student under Section 504. The District shall evaluate each student identified under Section 504 and provide each eligible student with a FAPE as defined by law.

No Use of Tobacco Products at School
The use of tobacco products on school property is prohibited. A person shall not use a tobacco product on school property, including inhaled, chewed, or placed in a person's mouth, carrying a lighted cigar, cigarette, pipe, or other lighted smoking device, inhaling or chewing a tobacco product, or placing a tobacco product within a person's mouth. 

SC Directory Information Opt-Out Form, MCL 380.1136(6)
Each school district, intermediate school district, public school academy, or authorizing body shall...[p]resent the opt-out form [with the list of directory information disclosures and an opportunity to elect not to have directory information used] to each pupil's parent or legal guardian within the first 30 days of the school year.

Reproductive Health - Notice to Parents
The Glenn Board of Education has approved age-appropriate programs in Reproductive Health. By Michigan Law, a lesson is offered on communicable diseases, including, but not limited to, HIV/AIDS in 4th grade. A single lesson is also offered to 4th-grade girls regarding menstruation. Progressively more in-depth lessons are offered at the 5th-grade level. According to the Public Act. 165 (Section 1507 Subsections 3 and 4) revised 2004, parents have the right to review the course content and materials. Parents also have the right to have their child excused, without penalty, from any session(s). If you wish to review materials, please contact the office. Parent notification will be made prior to instruction at each grade level.

Pesticide/Herbicide Application & Asbestos Management
Pesticide, Insecticide, and Herbicide Application: Glenn utilizes an integrated pest management plan. This program is designed to control insects and other pests commonly found in school buildings and associated school grounds. The intent of the program is to manage pests an an acceptable level. Non-chemical methods are used for infestations whenever possible.

Exterior spraying for ants, grubs, or other pests, in conjunction with the application of herbicides to control weeds and plant diseases, is complicated by a licensed contractor. General treatment is made depending on where pests have become a nuisance or where a chronic problem has been identified. Notices will be posted at the main entrance of the facility not less than 48 hours before the application of non-exempt pesticides. In the case of emergency treatment, notifications will be made after the application has occurred. 

Parents or guardians may review the school's IPM program records and request prior notification of applications by contacting the Superintendent/Principal's office. If this method is elected by parents or guardians, notice will be sent by mail 3 days prior to applications. In the event of emergency applications, notifications will be made after the application occurs.

Asbestos Management: It is believed that at this time, all remaining asbestos is either non-friable (flaking) or contained in such a manner that it is not a threat to the welfare and safety of our students. If you are concerned about the location of asbestos in the building, the school has a management plan, and it is located in the office. If you have questions, you can contact the office at (269) 512-7970. 

For additional pesticide information, call the National Pesticide Center at 1-800-858-7378

Notice of Right to Access & Privacy of Records
Parents and guardians of each student have certain rights regarding records kept on the student by Glenn School. These rights include:
  1. The right to examine the student's records. Requests for inspections shall follow the following procedure: Requests are to be in-person or in writing to the office staff. Review may take place during school hours unless prior arrangements have been made. The review shall take place in a location designated by office staff. Records shall not be removed.
  2. ​The right to have the administration hear evidence that any part of the record is inaccurate, misleading, or violates a student's privacy or other rights, to have the record changed, and to insert an explanation in the record if the administration disagrees.
  3. The right to have records, other than directory information, which personally refer to a student kept confidential except either by consent of the parent, or when being used by school personnel for school business. Certain official agencies may also request records. 
  4. The following categories of information as directory information such as directory information that may be public with respect to each student:
    • Name​
    • Address
    • Telephone
    • Date and place of birth
    • Awards received
    • School photographs/student portraits
    • Participation in officially recognized activities
    • The most recent previous educational agency or institution attended.

If a parent does not wish to have this information to be available for publication, notice must be given to the office.

Any protests can be sent to:

The Family Policy Compliance Office

U.S. Department of Education
Washington, D.C. 20202-4905

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