Thursday, August 2, 2012

Permanent Record

When you enrolled your child in public school, you assumed that they would issue the grades, take care of the attendance, and keep your records for you. What if you actually wanted those records later to prove that your child was educated. What if you could not get those permanent records. What if a Judge said: "the school records ... subpoenaed ... were "none of his (expletive) business." So here is my advice: make your own Permanent file.
each year has a sheet protector, in each sheet protector are the following:
courses and grades for the school year
detailed attendance for each course and summary total for the year
any standardized test scores
keep each year organized and together for continuity

also, keep any writing samples with scores
eventually you will want to keep your own

OfficialHigh School Transcript