Requests for Public Access to Records
- The district may make records available upon oral request in so far as possible; however, at times it may request that a written request be filed if the information cannot be readily given. Click to access a Records Access Form.
- The district shall respond to any request reasonably describing the record or records sought within five business days of receipt of the request.
- A request shall reasonably describe the record or records sought. Whenever possible, a person requesting records should supply information regarding dates, file designations or other information that may help to describe the records sought.
- If the district’s Records Access Officer does not provide or denies access to the records sought within five business days of receipt of a request, the district shall furnish a written acknowledgment of receipt of the request and a statement of the approximate date which the request will be granted or denied. If access to records is neither granted nor denied within ten business days after the date of acknowledgment of receipt of a request, the request may be construed as a denial of access that may be appealed.