The following is applicable to private, parochial or church schools or schools of
a religious order:
(a) Each school shall observe a minimum instructional term of one hundred eighty days
with an average of five hours of instruction per day;
(b) Each school shall make and maintain annual attendance and disease immunization
records for each pupil enrolled and regularly attending classes. The attendance records shall be made available to the parents or legal guardians;
(c) Upon the request of the county superintendent, a school (or a parents organization
composed of the parents or guardians of children enrolled in the school) shall furnish
to the county board a list of the names and addresses of all children enrolled in
the school between the ages of seven and sixteen years;
(d) Attendance by a child at any school which complies with this article satisfies
the requirements of compulsory school attendance;
(e) Each school is subject to reasonable fire, health and safety inspections by state,
county and municipal authorities as required by law, and is required to comply with
the West Virginia school bus safety regulations; and
(f) Each school shall establish, file and update a school specific crisis response
plan which complies with the requirements established for it by the state board and
the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management pursuant to section nine,
article nine-f of this chapter.
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