Unauthorized Disclosure Reporting

In the event of an incident involving the unauthorized disclosure of student Personally Identifiable Information (PII), the district is required to notify the New York State Education Department’s Chief Privacy Officer within 10 days and affected parents, eligible students, and/or teachers within 60 days.


Should the district become aware of the unauthorized disclosure of student information affecting your child, you can expect to receive a notification from the district containing the following information:

  • A description of the unauthorized release

  • Dates of the incident

  • Date of discovery of the incident

  • Description of the types of PII affected

  • Description of the agency’s investigation

  • Contact information for further assistance

Parents, eligible students (students who are at least 18 years of age), principals, teachers, and employees of an educational agency may file a complaint about a possible breach or improper disclosure of student data and/or protected teacher or principal data. Complaints may be made directly to our district’s Data Protection Officer by utilizing the form found HERE.


All complaints of this nature are taken seriously by our district and will be investigated as immediately and thoroughly as possible.


Individuals may always wish to file a complaint directly with the New York State Education Department’s Chief Privacy Officer and can do so  HERE.