Dear Superintendent Goldhart:
Pursuant to the Right to Know Law (RSA. 91-A), I am requesting public access, within 5 business days, to the governmental records reasonably described as follows:
- All records, no matter what form, including but not limited to, printed documents, electronic documents, e-mails, or any other form of records regarding assessments/tests/surveys/questionnaires for the period from 09/01/2020 to 04/07/2021 that are designed to elicit information about a student’s social behavior, family life, religion, politics, sexual orientation, sexual activity, drug use, or any other information not related to a student’s academics. Including racial or ethnicity tests which would include an assessment on implicit bias.
- Provide a copy of all questions students were required to answer.
- Provide a copy of the parental permission slip on any of these non-academic surveys or assessments.
- Provide a link to the list of questions if they were made available on the district website.
Per RSA 91-A:4 IV(c) If you deny any portion of this request, please cite the specific exemption used to justify the denial to make each record, or part thereof, available for inspection along with a brief explanation of how the exemption applies to the information withheld.
Please let me know when these records are available for inspection or you may email the records to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your lawful attention to this matter.
Ann Marie Banfield