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Geneva School District to Destroy Temporary Records of the Classes of 2013-14; Pick Up by September 13

Aug 07, 2019 12:36PM ● By Hannah Ott
Geneva - The temporary files for all students in the Geneva High School (Community Unit School District 304) Class of 2013 and 2014 will be destroyed during the week of September 16, 2019. See information below about Special Education records. 

Temporary records are maintained for five (5) years following graduation, transfer or permanent withdrawal from a school district at which point they may be destroyed. Please pick up records by September 13. 

State law mandates that a student's record belongs to the student at age 18. Students who wish to pick up their file must do so in person and present a photo ID. Students may also provide a parent with written permission and a photocopy of an ID for the file to be released.

Records may be picked up at the Geneva High School Counseling and Advising Office, 416 McKinley Ave. Please contact the high school Registrar, Debbie Hanson, at 630-463-3830 or no later than September 13, if you are interested in picking up your records.

Notice of Destruction of Special Education Records

Geneva Community Unit School District 304 will destroy special education records from the 2013-14 school year of students who graduated, transferred or were dismissed from special services.

Special education records may include reports of psychological and social work evaluations, multidisciplinary planning conferences, annual reviews, copies of Individualized Education Programs and other relevant information.

If a parent or student wants those records, they should call Ronnie Griffith in the Student Services Office at 630-463-3060 before Sept. 13, 2019.

About Geneva Community Unit School District 304: Geneva Community Unit School District 304 is a growing school district located 35 miles west of Chicago in the Fox River Valley. It serves 6,000 students in 10 schools — one high school (grades 9-12), two middle schools (grades 6-8), six elementary schools (grades K-5), and one preschool. The community’s high expectations for student performance are reflected in the district’s “Tradition of Excellence,” in which student achievement levels far exceed state and national norms. Learn more at

Source: Laura Sprague 630-463-3011