Outdated student files to be destroyed


Officials at Tahanto Regional Middle/High School have announced they will destroy all student files for students with a June 2005 graduation date on Dec. 31. State law requires public schools to hold student files for seven years. The process does not include student transcripts, which must be kept for 60 years, according to an announcement on the school’s website, www.tahanto.bbrsd.schoolfusion.us.

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