Student Records Request Process

  • Make a Student Records Request

    Kent School District (KSD) maintains records for the schools within the district. With written authorization, the district can provide student records and other public documents.

    Some records are exempt from disclosure. For more information, please review common exemptions cited with the release of public records.

    Request transcripts, diplomas, report cards, and all other student records from the school the student last attended.

    Elementary Students

    To request a report card copy, or other records, please contact the office of the elementary school the student is currently attending.

    During the summer school closure, you may contact (253) 373-7134 to request a copy of your child’s records.

    Secondary Students

    To request a copy of your transcript, report card, DACA/“Dream Act” letter, or diploma, please contact the registrar’s office at the high school. They will often be able to provide you with these documents on-site, with advance notice.

    High Schools

    Academies

    For RJC, Sequoia, Kent West, Kent Continuation, or other schools, please contact (253) 373-7134.

    Special Education Records Destruction Notification

    As soon as a student exits special education the students’ records are no longer needed to provide educational services to the student and will be destroyed after six (6) years in accordance with the Secretary of State Records Retention Schedule.

    Destruction Schedule for Records Where the Parent Did Not Receive the Letter

    Records will be destroyed in January 2030 for any remaining records where the student exited special education in 2016 or any prior years.

    Destruction Schedule

    Student exited special education in:

    Records will be destroyed in January of the following years:

    2017

    2024

    2018

    2025

    2019

    2026

    2020

    2027

    2021

    2028

    2022

    2029

    2023

    2030

    2024

    2031

    2025

    2032

     

Last Modified on November 2, 2023