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A school principal/representative who observes a student's alcohol/drug intoxication may report to parent/guardian, unless it violates confidentiality in Section 49602 or 72621.

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When a pupil transfers school districts, to a private school, or from a private school, the school district or private school shall transfer the pupil's permanent record or a copy of the record upon request from the new school district or private school. The parent of the pupil must be notified of the transfer and her right to receive a copy of the record and to challenge the contents of the record.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: school officials and employees of the district, members of a school attendance review board, and certain volunteer aides; officials and employees of other public schools or school systems; authorized representatives of the U.S. Comptroller General, the Secretary of Education, and administrative head of an education agency, state education officials, or the United States Office of Civil Rights; other state and local officials; parents of a pupil 18 years of age or older who is a dependent; a pupil 16 years of age or older or having completed the 10th grade who requests access.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: any district attorney who is participating in or conducting a truancy mediation program; a prosecuting agency for consideration against a parent or guardian for failure to comply with the Compulsory Education Law; any probation officer or district attorney for the purposes of conducting a criminal investigation or an investigation in regards to declaring a person a ward of the court or involving a violation of a condition of probation.

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If a child has epilepsy, a statement from the child's physician containing information specifying the name and purpose of the medication to be administered in the event of a seizure, as well as the prescribed dosage and method of administration etc., shall be provided to the school by the child's guardian. The statement will also include detailed seizure symptoms, including normal frequency and duration of each episode. In cases when emergency antiseizure medication is administered, the school shall retain all records relating to the incident; the school must also notify the parent/guardian, the credentialed school nurse, and the district superintendent that emergency antiseizure medication has been administered.

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Children in California elementary schools must have their vision evaluated upon first enrollment and at least once every three years afterwards until the child has completed eighth grade. The results of the vision test shall be entered in the student’s health record. However, the vision evaluation may be waived by the student’s parents if they present a certificate from a physician and surgeon, a physician assistant, or an optometrist setting out the determined results of the child's vision.

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In the event that official education records cannot be released to the parents for the purpose of transfer, the custodian of the records in the sending state shall prepare and furnish to the parent a complete set of unofficial educational records containing uniform information as determined by the Interstate Commission to the extent feasible. Upon receipt of the unofficial education records by a school in the receiving state, the school shall enroll and appropriately place the student based on the information provided in the unofficial records pending validation by the official records, as quickly as possible.

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State hospitals for the developmentally disabled and mentally disordered shall notify parents that their child can be considered for off-site educational programs. Records concerning state hospital patients shall be confidential.

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For a child in a state-funded preschool or infant and toddler program who will be transferring to a local public school, the preschool/program shall provide information including child's health background to parent/guardian. With the permission of the parent or guardian, information will be transferred to the pupil's elementary school.

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The mental health treatment or counseling of a minor authorized by this law shall include involvement of the minor's parent or guardian unless, in the opinion of the professional person who is treating or counseling the minor, the involvement would be inappropriate. The professional person shall state in the client record whether and when the person attempted to contact the minor's parent or guardian, and whether the attempt to contact was successful or unsuccessful, or the reason why it would be inappropriate to contact the minor's parent or guardian.

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