(1) A parent may revoke consent for services at any time. The revocation of consent must be provided to the district in writing.
(2) Upon receipt of the parent's written revocation of consent, the district must:
(a) issue written notice to the parent of receipt of the revocation;
(b) issue prior written notice of the date on which special education and related services will cease; and
(c) inform the parent in writing that the procedural safeguards of IDEA no longer apply to their child.
(3) On the date set forth in the prior written notice in (2)(b), the district must cease providing services and is not permitted to file a request for a special education due process hearing or implement any dispute resolution procedures generally allowed under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act as revised. The district is not required to amend the child's education records to remove references to the child's receipt of special education and related services.


Mont. Admin. R. 10.16.3505A
NEW, 2010 MAR p. 1076, Eff. 4/30/10.

20-7-402, MCA; IMP, 20-7-403, 20-7-414, MCA;

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