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Post Transfer of Rights Notice (Student)

This page informs the students about their rights and responsibilities under IDEA and the District of Columbia’s special education laws. The notice also informs the student that they now have the right to decide about their educational program, including consenting to evaluations, making decisions about their Individualized Education Program (IEP), and participating in meetings regarding their academic program. This document can be created for students 18 years of age or older as of the date the document is created.

Transfer of Rights Notice

  1. Select a student on the Students panel.

  2. Click the Documents icon for the student.

  3. From the Create New Document drop-down list, select Post Transfer of Rights Notice (Student) under Special Education Notices, and click Go.

  4. Enter a Label/Comment and click New. Click Additional Settings to specify the year and sections to include.

  5. In the Student Information section, the system auto-populates the following information:

    • From the Student Info/Demo Part B profile: 

      • Student

      • USI

      • DOB

    • From the LEA Entry/Exit Part B profile:

      • Grade

    • From the Special Education Part B profile:

      • Case Manager

      • Last Eligibility Meeting Date

      • Last IEP Annual Review Meeting Date

  6. Enter a date manually or select a date using the calendar icon.

  7. The system auto-populates the parent or guardian names that have Educational Rights selected in the Student Contacts Part B profile. The user must select one parent or guardian, and the system displays their address.

  8. The system displays the student's name as Dear <Student's Name>.

  9. The system displays the name of the student’s Case Manager indicated in the Special Education Part B profile. The Case Manager’s Works At school, work phone and email address displays. The school’s address details are displayed from the Locations profile.

  10. Click Save, Done Editing.

  11. Finalize the document when completed. To finalize the document, click Set Document, select Status from Draft to Final, and then click Accept.

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