Current through Register Vol. 33, No. 7, April 5, 2022

A. A student with diabetes and the student's parent or guardian may submit a written administrative complaint, via e-mail or via mail, to the secretary or secretary's designee containing a statement of the facts on which the complaint is based specific to any school or governing body that fails to meet its obligations to train school personnel to provide diabetes care, or to permit self-management of diabetes per the Student Diabetes Management Act. The secretary or secretary's designee may require additional documentation to be provided by the parent or guardian, school district or charter school before responding to the complaint. Such additional documentation, if requested, shall be due within 10 days of the request. The secretary or secretary's designee, at the secretary's discretion, may require a hearing to be conducted within 60 days of receipt of the complaint or additional documentation, whichever is later, and to include a representative of the school district or charter school, before the secretary or secretary's designee. The secretary or the secretary's designee shall provide a written response with a final decision within 30 days of receipt of the complaint or within 30 days of the hearing's conclusion, whichever is later.
B. Governing bodies shall submit the following data to the department by October 15, 2020, and no later than October 15 every year thereafter, in a format required by the department for the preceding school year:
(1) the number of students within the school district or state charter school with a diagnosis of diabetes;
(2) the date(s) of the diabetes care training(s) provided to diabetes care personnel;
(3) the name(s) of the licensed school nurse or licensed health care practitioner who provided the diabetes care training(s);
(4) a copy of the agenda for the diabetes care training(s);
(5) the name(s) and title(s) of each staff person identified as a diabetes care personnel;
(6) the name(s) and title(s) of any other personnel who received the diabetes care training(s); and
(7) the school(s) in which each identified diabetes care personnel provides services.
C. The department will post each district and state charter school report on the department's website by November 15, 2020, and by November 15 every year thereafter.


N.M. Code R. §
Adopted by New Mexico Register, Volume XXX, Issue 22, November 26, 2019, eff. 11/26/2019

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