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Download this file (Age of Majority_Nov2017 (SPED - 6) FORM.pdf)Age of Majority_Nov2017 (SPED - 6) FORM.pdf[ ]87 kB2017-11-17 16:08
Download this file (Authorization to Email (SPED - 37) FORM.pdf)Authorization to Email (SPED - 37) FORM.pdf[ ]419 kB2017-04-21 14:04
Download this file (Autism Determination_March2016 (SPED-10) FORM.pdf)Autism Determination_March2016 (SPED-10) FORM.pdf[ ]96 kB2016-12-29 10:18
Download this file (Classroom Observation_May2016 (SPED - 35) FORM.pdf)Classroom Observation_May2016 (SPED - 35) FORM.pdf[ ]70 kB2016-12-29 10:18
Download this file (Consent to Evaluate_March2016 (SPED - 33) FORM.pdf)Consent to Evaluate_March2016 (SPED - 33) FORM.pdf[ ]119 kB2016-12-29 10:18
Download this file (Deaf-Blindness Determination (SPED - 17) FORM.pdf)Deaf-Blindness Determination (SPED - 17) FORM.pdf[ ]95 kB2016-12-29 10:18
Download this file (Deafness Determination (SPED - 18) FORM.pdf)Deafness Determination (SPED - 18) FORM.pdf[ ]91 kB2016-12-29 10:19
Download this file (Developmental Delay Determination_March2016 (SPED - 11) FORM.pdf)Developmental Delay Determination_March2016 (SPED - 11) FORM.pdf[ ]100 kB2016-12-29 10:19
Download this file (ED Determination_March2016 (SPED - 12) FORM.pdf)ED Determination_March2016 (SPED - 12) FORM.pdf[ ]107 kB2016-12-29 10:19
Download this file (Eligibility Signature form_03.19.16_(SPED - 24) FORM.pdf)Eligibility Signature form_03.19.16_(SPED - 24) FORM.pdf[ ]78 kB2016-12-29 10:19
Download this file (ESY Eligibility Worksheet (SPED - 7) FORM.pdf)ESY Eligibility Worksheet (SPED - 7) FORM.pdf[ ]124 kB2016-12-29 10:20
Download this file (Evaluation summary report_Nov2017 (SpEd-9) FORM.pdf)Evaluation summary report_Nov2017 (SpEd-9) FORM.pdf[ ]63 kB2017-11-17 16:08
Download this file (Functional Behavioral Assessment Consent (SPED - 38) FORM.pdf)Functional Behavioral Assessment Consent (SPED - 38) FORM.pdf[ ]60 kB2017-11-16 12:54
Download this file (Hearing Impairment Determination (SPED - 19) FORM (1).pdf)Hearing Impairment Determination (SPED - 19) FORM (1).pdf[ ]91 kB2016-12-29 10:39
Download this file (HIPAA-Compliant Authorization Blank - SPED - 32 FORM.pdf)HIPAA-Compliant Authorization Blank - SPED - 32 FORM.pdf[ ]75 kB2016-12-08 11:24
Download this file (IDD Determination_March2016 (SPED - 13) FORM.pdf)IDD Determination_March2016 (SPED - 13) FORM.pdf[ ]90 kB2016-12-29 10:20
Download this file (IEP Amendment_March2016 (SPED - 31) FORM.pdf)IEP Amendment_March2016 (SPED - 31) FORM.pdf[ ]98 kB2016-12-29 10:20
Download this file (IEP Team Meeting Excusal (Sped - 28) FORM.pdf)IEP Team Meeting Excusal (Sped - 28) FORM.pdf[ ]140 kB2016-12-29 10:20
Download this file (Manifestation Determination_March2016 (SPED - 30) FORM.pdf)Manifestation Determination_March2016 (SPED - 30) FORM.pdf[ ]113 kB2016-12-29 10:21
Download this file (Multiple Disabilities Determination_April2016 (SPED - 20) FORM.pdf)Multiple Disabilities Determination_April2016 (SPED - 20) FORM.pdf[ ]126 kB2016-12-29 10:22
Download this file (Notice of Team Meeting_Oct2016 (SPED - 1) FORM.pdf)Notice of Team Meeting_Oct2016 (SPED - 1) FORM.pdf[ ]94 kB2016-12-29 10:39
Download this file (OHI Determination_March2016 (SPED - 14) FORM.pdf)OHI Determination_March2016 (SPED - 14) FORM.pdf[ ]93 kB2016-12-29 10:22
Download this file (ORRF form_March2016 (SPED - 29) FORM.pdf)ORRF form_March2016 (SPED - 29) FORM.pdf[ ]79 kB2016-12-29 10:22
Download this file (Orthopedic Impairment Determination_April2016 (SPED - 21) FORM.pdf)Orthopedic Impairment Determination_April2016 (SPED - 21) FORM.pdf[ ]97 kB2016-12-29 10:22
Download this file (Parent Referral_March2016 (SPED - 25a) FORM.pdf)Parent Referral_March2016 (SPED - 25a) FORM.pdf[ ]72 kB2016-12-29 10:22
Download this file (Permission to Disclose Records (HIPAA-Compliant) (SPED - 32) FORM.pdf)Permission to Disclose Records (HIPAA-Compliant) (SPED - 32) FORM.pdf[ ]119 kB2016-12-29 10:23
Download this file (Permission to Release_Gather_Share Information_March2016 (SPED - 26) FORM.pdf)Permission to Release_Gather_Share Information_March2016 (SPED - 26) FORM.pdf[ ]106 kB2016-12-29 10:23
Download this file (Permission to Waive 10 Day Meeting Notice (SPED - 3) FORM.pdf)Permission to Waive 10 Day Meeting Notice (SPED - 3) FORM.pdf[ ]102 kB2016-12-29 10:23
Download this file (Referral_March2016 (SPED - 25) FORM.pdf)Referral_March2016 (SPED - 25) FORM.pdf[ ]107 kB2016-12-29 10:23
Download this file (Refusal of Special Education Services (SPED  -27) FORM.pdf)Refusal of Special Education Services (SPED -27) FORM.pdf[ ]72 kB2016-12-29 10:23
Download this file (Request for Shortened School Day or Week (SPED - 34) FORM.pdf)Request for Shortened School Day or Week (SPED - 34) FORM.pdf[ ]85 kB2016-12-29 10:39
Download this file (SLD_Determination_March2016 (SPED - 16) FORM.pdf)SLD_Determination_March2016 (SPED - 16) FORM.pdf[ ]159 kB2016-12-29 10:24
Download this file (Specialized Transportation Determination (SPED - 4) FORM.pdf)Specialized Transportation Determination (SPED - 4) FORM.pdf[ ]103 kB2016-12-29 10:24
Download this file (SpeechLanguage Determination_March2016 (SPED  -15) FORM.pdf)SpeechLanguage Determination_March2016 (SPED -15) FORM.pdf[ ]97 kB2016-12-29 10:24
Download this file (Team Meeting Sign In and Meeting Minutes_Oct2016 (SPED - 2) FORM.pdf)Team Meeting Sign In and Meeting Minutes_Oct2016 (SPED - 2) FORM.pdf[ ]123 kB2016-12-29 10:39
Download this file (Time Extension for Eval_April 2017 (SPED - 5) No Lines FORM.pdf)Time Extension for Eval_April 2017 (SPED - 5) No Lines FORM.pdf[ ]206 kB2017-04-21 14:05
Download this file (Traumatic Brain Injury Determination_May2016 (SPED - 22) FORM.pdf)Traumatic Brain Injury Determination_May2016 (SPED - 22) FORM.pdf[ ]116 kB2016-12-29 10:25
Download this file (Visual Impairment Determination_May2016 (SPED - 23) FORM.pdf)Visual Impairment Determination_May2016 (SPED - 23) FORM.pdf[ ]96 kB2016-12-29 10:25
Download this file (WPN (SPED - 8) FORM.pdf)WPN (SPED - 8) FORM.pdf[ ]46 kB2016-12-29 10:25
Download this file (Written Notification_Public Benefits (SPED - 36) FORM.pdf)Written Notification_Public Benefits (SPED - 36) FORM.pdf[ ]108 kB2016-12-29 10:25

Special Education - Background

The Special Education Department of SAU 24 provides a free and appropriate public education to students with educational disabilities.  Schools within SAU 24 offer a full range of special education programs, related services and supports to students ages 3 – 21 who have been determined to be educationally disabled and require specialized instruction.  

The special education process is designed to enable parents of students with educational disabilities and the School District to work together to ensure that each child is provided an appropriate education. We believe that parents are an important part of this process and are encouraged to take an active role. The Special Education Team is the foundation of the special education process and is comprised of educational professionals and parents. The Special Education Team reviews referrals, plans diagnostic evaluations, determines if students are eligible for special education, writes IEPs and makes placement recommendations. No one person may make a decision regarding a child's special education evaluation, identification, program, or placement.

Special Education - School/District Contact List

Special Education Coordinators are available at each school to answer any questions and to oversee the process:

Henniker Community School

Betsy Fowler

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603-428-3476

James Faulkner Elementary School

Martha LeMahieu

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603-446-3348

Center Woods Elementary School

Scott Daniels

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603-529-4500

Center Woods Upper Elementary School

Scott Daniels

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603-529-7555

Weare Middle School

Scott Daniels

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603-529-7555

John Stark Regional High School

Jackie Dack

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603-529-7675

SAU 24

Sandra Pickering

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603-428-3269

Special Education - LEA Plan - Policies and Procedures Manual

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that each District maintain an updated Special Education Policies and Procedural Manual, or Local Educational Agency (LEA) Plan, that outlines the procedures the District follows in implementing IDEA to ensure the local agency will administer the special education program in accordance with all applicable statutes, regulations, program plans, and applications. In order to receive IDEA federal funds, it is necessary that we assure that we are following the special education process as outlined in the New Hampshire Rules for the Education of Children with Disabilities.

The LEA Plan for SAU 24 can be obtained from the below attachment. A paper copy of the LEA Plan is located in the SAU office.

Members of the Henniker, Stoddard, Weare and John Stark School Districts and communities are encouraged to review the plan and submit written input to Sandra Pickering, Director of Student Services, if applicable, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via letter addressed to SAU 24, 258 Western Avenue, Henniker, NH 03242.

Section 504 - Background

Section 504 is a federal law designed to protect the rights of individuals with disabilities.  The Section 504 regulations require a school district to provide a “free and appropriate public education” (FAPE) to each qualified student with a disability who is in the school district’s jurisdiction, regardless of the nature or severity of the disability.  Under Section 504, FAPE consists of the provision of services and supports designed to meet the student’s individual educational needs as adequately as the needs of nondisabled students are met.

Section 504 and the ADA protect qualified individuals with disabilities.  An individual with a disability is a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities; has a record of such an impairment; or is regarded as having such an impairment.  Major life activities means functions such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning and working.  Under Section 504 and the ADA, a person is a qualified individual with a disability if he or she meets the essential requirements for receipt of services or benefits, or participation in the programs or activities of a covered entity.  The question of whether a particular condition is a disability within the meaning of Section 504 and the ADA is determined on a case-by-case basis.

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Download this file (SAU 24 504 BROCHURE_April 2017.pdf)SAU 24 504 BROCHURE_April 2017.pdf[ ]341 kB2017-04-11 16:18

Section 504 - School/District Contact List

For further information about Section 504 and accommodations for students attending any school within the SAU 24, please contact the 504 Coordinator at the appropriate school.

Henniker Community School

603-428-3476

James Faulkner Elementary School

603-446-3348

Center Woods Elementary School

603-529-4500

Center Woods Upper Elementary School

603-529-7555

Weare Middle School

603-529-7555

John Stark Regional High School

603-529-7675

You may also contact the SAU 504 Coordinator:
Sandra Pickering
SAU 24
Director of Student Services
258 Western Avenue, Henniker, NH 03242
Phone: 603-428-3269
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Section 504 - Procedural Safeguards

NOTICE OF PARENT/STUDENT PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

The following is a description of the procedural safeguards afforded pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (“Section 504”) to parents and their children who are identified as disabled. The school district is obligated to inform you of decisions about your child and of your rights if you disagree with any of those decisions.

You have the following rights:

1. To have your child take part in, and receive benefits from, public education programs without discrimination because of his/her disability;

2. To have the school district advise you of your rights under federal law;

3. To receive notice from the school with respect to the identification, evaluation, educational program or placement of your child;

4. According to the U.S. Department of Education’s 504 regulations, to have your child receive a free appropriate public education. This includes the right to be educated with non-disabled students to the maximum extent appropriate. It also includes the right to reasonable accommodations, modifications, and related aids and services necessary for your child to benefit from his or her educational program.

5. To have your child educated in comparable facilities and receive comparable services to those provided non-disabled students;

6. To have decisions regarding your child’s evaluation, program and placement based upon a variety of information sources, and made by persons familiar with the student, the evaluation data, and the placement options;

7. To have your child re-evaluated periodically, to the extent necessary, including before any significant changes are made to your child's educational program or placement;

8. To have your child receive an equal opportunity to participate in extra-curricular school activities;

9. To examine all relevant educational records relating to decisions regarding your child's identification, evaluation, education program, and placement;

10. To file a complaint through local complaint procedures regarding any alleged violation of the Rehabilitation Act;

11. To request an impartial hearing, to be conducted by a person who is not an employee of the district, to dispute decisions or actions regarding your child's identification, evaluation, educational program or placement as a student with a disability. You and your child may take part in the hearing and have an attorney represent you at your own expense. Questions about how to request a hearing may be forwarded to the person responsible for the district’s compliance with Section 504 listed below;

12. To have the decisions made by hearing officers or others reviewed in state or federal court.

The person in this School who is responsible for assuring that the School complies with Section 504 is the Principal. The person in SAU #24 who is responsible for assuring that all Districts comply with Section 504 is the Director of Student Services, Sandra Pickering.

Section 504 - Resources/Links

For information on 504s from the US Department of Education:
http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/504faq.html

Your rights under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Office of Civil Rights):
http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/civilrights/resources/factsheets/504.pdf 

The New Hampshire Department of Education will respond to questions concerning Section 504 by contacting:
Tina Greco
Section 504 Coordinator
21 South Fruit Street Suite 20
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-3993
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Any formal complaints must be sent to:
Boston Office
Office for Civil Rights
US Department of Education
8th Floor 5 Post Office Square
Boston, MA 02109-3921
Phone: (617) 289-0111
FAX: (617) 289-0150; TDD: 877-521-2172
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Homeless Education - McKinney-Vento

The McKinney-Vento Act ensures that children experiencing homelessness have access to the same free, appropriate public education as their permanently housed peers.  The Act requires that state and local educational agencies remove any barriers that limit the ability of a student experiencing housing difficulties to enroll, attend and succeed in school. 

All school-aged children have the right to attend school no matter where they live.  The McKinney –Vento Act addresses the needs of students and families who lack “a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence” which includes children and families who live in the following situations:

  • In a shelter, motel, vehicle or campground
  • Doubled up with friends or relatives because you cannot find or afford housing
  • On the street, or
  • In an abandoned building, trailer, or other inadequate accommodations.

Homeless - School/District Contact List

SAU 24 encourages anyone with questions about their rights to services under the McKinney-Vento Education Act to contact us so that we can work with you to be sure you are receiving information and services.

Henniker Community School

Betsy Fowler

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603-428-3476

James Faulkner Elementary School

Martha LeMahieu

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603-446-3348

Center Woods Elementary School

Laurie Ekberg

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603-529-7555

Center Woods Upper Elementary School

Laurie Ekberg

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603-529-7555

Weare Middle School

Laurie Ekberg

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603-529-7555

John Stark Regional High School

Denise Getman

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603-529-7675

SAU 24

Sandra Pickering

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603-428-3269

English Language Learners (ELL) - Background

ELL stands for ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER or ENGLISH as a LEARNED LANGUAGE or ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING.

ESOL stands for ENGLISH for SPEAKERS of OTHER LANGUAGES or ENGLISH as a SECOND or OTHER LANGUAGE.

ESL stands for ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE.

New Hampshire is a member of the WIDA (World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment) Consortium. In 2004, the New Hampshire State Board of Education adopted the WIDA English language proficiency standards. WIDA is dedicated to the design and implementation of high standards and equitable educational opportunities for English language learners (ELL). The WIDA standards provide educators of ELLs with a curriculum and assessment planning tool for content area objectives.

SAU #24 provides students with instruction to support competency in English, to give each student the opportunity to achieve at the same level as a student who is a native speaker of English. Our Districts respect all cultures and languages of all students in keeping to the goal of having ELL students become independent and successful in the classroom.

The goal of the English Language Learner Program is to provide students who qualify for the program’s services to acquire proficiency in English in the areas of listening, speaking, reading and written language. As students acquire English proficiency, the ELL students transition out of the program so that they can successfully compete academically with their same grade peers in the mainstream classroom without ELL support. Following the attainment on ACCESS Testing of an Overall Score of 5.0, with no subtest score below 4.0 on the ACCESS for ELLs, an ELL student is fully mainstreamed, without ELL support. This ELL student is then monitored for a two-year period prior to being exited from the ELL Program.

Legal Notices - Child Find

School Administrative Unit 24, which consists of the Henniker, Weare, Stoddard and John Stark School Districts, seeks to locate and identify all children who may have an educational disability. Any person may refer for evaluation of a child under the age 21 for reasons including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Failing to pass a hearing or vision screening
  • Unsatisfactory performance on group achievement or accountability measures
  • Receiving multiple academic or behavioral warnings
  • Repeatedly failing one or more subject

The child find requirements of the district also apply to highly mobile children, homeless children, and children who are suspected of having an educational disability even though they are advancing from grade to grade. Child Find also includes those children in grades K-12 who attend approved, non-public private schools within the geographic boundaries of Henniker, Weare and Stoddard regardless of where they reside.

Referrals may be initiated in a variety of ways:

For children ages 3 through Kindergarten who do not yet attend school - Please contact the Building Coordinator/Assistant Principals in the district of residence.

For children who attend the public schools within SAU #24 - Building principals, special education coordinators, or classroom teachers may be contacted by anyone wishing to initiate a referral.

Legal Notices - Family Education and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.

FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level. Students to whom the rights have transferred are "eligible students."

  • Parents or eligible students have the right to inspect and review the student's education records maintained by the school. Schools are not required to provide copies of records unless, for reasons such as great distance, it is impossible for parents or eligible students to review the records. Schools may charge a fee for copies.
  • Parents or eligible students have the right to request that a school correct records which they believe to be inaccurate or misleading. If the school decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student then has the right to a formal hearing. After the hearing, if the school still decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student has the right to place a statement with the record setting forth his or her view about the contested information.
  • Generally, schools must have written permission from the parent or eligible student in order to release any information from a student's education record. However, FERPA allows schools to disclose those records, without consent, to the following parties or under the following conditions (34 CFR § 99.31):
    • School officials with legitimate educational interest;
    • Other schools to which a student is transferring;
    • Specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes;
    • Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to a student;
    • Organizations conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school;
    • Accrediting organizations;
    • To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena; 
    • Appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies; and
    • State and local authorities, within a juvenile justice system, pursuant to specific State law.

Schools may disclose, without consent, "directory" information such as a student's name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, honors and awards, and dates of attendance. However, schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allow parents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclose directory information about them. Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA. The actual means of notification (special letter, inclusion in a PTA bulletin, student handbook, or newspaper article) is left to the discretion of each school.

For additional information, you may call 1-800-USA-LEARN (1-800-872-5327) (voice). Individuals who use TDD may use the Federal Relay Service.

Or you may contact:

Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-8520

Source: http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.html

Legal Notices - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

The HIPAA Privacy Rule provides federal protections for individually identifiable health information held by covered entities and their business associates and gives patients an array of rights with respect to that information. At the same time, the Privacy Rule is balanced so that it permits the disclosure of health information needed for patient care and other important purposes. 

The Security Rule specifies a series of administrative, physical, and technical safeguards for covered entities and their business associates to use to assure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic protected health information. 

In most cases, the HIPAA Privacy Rule does not apply to an elementary or secondary school because the school either: (1) is not a HIPAA covered entity or (2) is a HIPAA covered entity but maintains health information only on students in records that are by definition “education records” under FERPA and, therefore, is not subject to the HIPAA Privacy Rule. 

  • The school is not a HIPAA covered entity.  The HIPAA Privacy Rule only applies to health plans, health care clearinghouses, and those health care providers that transmit health information electronically in connection with certain administrative and financial transactions (“covered transactions”).  See 45 CFR § 160.102.  Covered transactions are those for which the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has adopted a standard, such as health care claims submitted to a health plan.  Thus, even though a school employs school nurses, physicians, psychologists, or other health care providers, the school is not generally a HIPAA covered entity because the providers do not engage in any of the covered transactions, such as billing a health plan electronically for their services.  It is expected that most elementary and secondary schools fall into this category.
  • The school is a HIPAA covered entity but does not have “protected health information.”  Where a school does employ a health care provider that conducts one or more covered transactions electronically, such as electronically transmitting health care claims to a health plan for payment, the school is a HIPAA covered entity and must comply with the HIPAA Transactions and Code Sets and Identifier Rules with respect to such transactions.  However, even in this case, many schools would not be required to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule because the school maintains health information only in student health records that are “education records” under FERPA and, thus, not “protected health information” under HIPAA.  Because student health information in education records is protected by FERPA, the HIPAA Privacy Rule excludes such information from its coverage.  See the exception at paragraph (2)(i) to the definition of “protected health information” in the HIPAA Privacy Rule at 45 CFR § 160.103.  For example, if a public high school employs a health care provider that bills Medicaid electronically for services provided to a student under the IDEA, the school is a HIPAA covered entity and would be subject to the HIPAA requirements concerning transactions.  However, if the school’s provider maintains health information only in what are education records under FERPA, the school is not required to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule.  Rather, the school would have to comply with FERPA’s privacy requirements with respect to its education records, including the requirement to obtain parental consent (34 CFR § 99.30) in order to disclose to Medicaid billing information about a service provided to a student.  

For more information on HIPAA:

http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/faq/ferpa_and_hipaa/

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