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Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXX. Domestic Relations § 452.376. School progress records--receipt of by noncustodial or joint custody parent--exclusion of address of custodial parent or child--school administrative fee

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1. Unless a noncustodial parent has been denied visitation rights under section 452.400, such noncustodial parent or any parent who has joint custody of a child shall, upon request and payment of an administrative fee sufficient to cover the cost, receive any deficiency slips, report cards or pertinent progress reports regarding that child's progress in school.  If a noncustodial parent has been granted restricted or supervised visitation because the court has found that the custodial parent or the child has been the victim of domestic violence or abuse, as defined in sections 455.010 and 455.501, by the noncustodial parent, the court may order that the reports and records made available pursuant to this subsection not include the address of the custodial parent or the child.

2. School districts shall annually set an administrative fee estimated to cover the costs of preparing, copying and mailing the student information required to be provided pursuant to this section.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title XXX. Domestic Relations § 452.376. School progress records--receipt of by noncustodial or joint custody parent--exclusion of address of custodial parent or child--school administrative fee - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-xxx-domestic-relations/mo-rev-st-452-376.html


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