Missing Child Policy

Newly enrolled student records:

Upon receipt of completed enrollment forms, a request for records will be made within twenty-four hours from the public or non-public elementary or secondary school the pupil most recently attended.

If the records are not received within 5 business days, a second request will be made and the Head of School or his/her designee will contact the school directly.

If the records are not received within 14 days of the date of request, or if the pupil does not present any one of the following:  (1) a certification of birth; (2) a passport or attested transcript of a passport filed with a registrar of passports at a point of entry of the United States showing the date and place of birth of the child; (3) an attested transcript of the certificate of birth; (4) an attested transcript of the certificate of baptism or other religious record showing the date and place of birth of the child; or (5)  an attested transcript of a hospital record showing the date and place of birth of the child the HoS or his/her designee will notify the law enforcement  agency having jurisdiction in the area where the pupil resides of this fact and of the possibility that the pupil may be a missing child.

The School shall make available to parents and community members in the School’s office copies of informational materials acquired or prepared of the Ohio Attorney General’s Missing Children Clearinghouse.