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Promotion and Retention of Students

File: IKE-R

The following procedure shall be used when consideration is given to double promotion or retention:

    1. Previous to a conference with the parents or guardians and the student, each individual case shall be reviewed by a staff committee consisting of the:
      1. Principal and teacher(s) concerned
      2. School psychologist and/or counselor
      3. Superintendent or designee in cases where there is a difference of opinion amongst the staff.
    2. When staff agreement is reached on the appropriate course of action for the student there shall be a conference with the parent or guardian. The principal and appropriate staff shall meet with the parent or guardian. Approval should be sought from the parent or guardian.

Approved:
06/05/67

Revised:
03/15/76
05/07/90
12/03/02

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