W. Va. Code R. § 3-4-7 - Records

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

7.1. Daily Records -Each school shall keep a daily class record of each student, showing the number hours earned daily, the total number of hours the student is in attendance and the days each student is absent. Daily hours shall be recorded by the school using a time tracking system that cannot be edited by a student. Each student shall clock himself or herself in and out of school.
7.2. Monthly Records - Schools shall keep a monthly record of the student's entire enrollment and send this record to the Board on forms furnished to the schools for that purpose, showing the permit number of each student; the number of months addressed by the report; the number of, and the days that each student is absent or present; the overall attendance percentage of each student over the course of the program.
7.3. Permanent Records - The school's manager shall compile a permanent record, including the information described in subsections 7.1. and 7.2., of each school from the daily class records. The manager shall keep this compilation up-to-date in a permanent file, subject to inspection at any time by any member of the Board or any authorized representative.
7.4. Final - The manager of each school shall compile from the school's records a summary of each student's subjects, clinical operations, grades, hours and attendance. The school shall present this record to the student upon graduation and this record shall also be made a part of the student's application to the Board for licensure by examination. The manager must sign each copy of the required records and must certify that the record is correct and that the student has received a diploma from the school.
7.5 Student Rights to Records- Students shall be provided with an individual monthly report indicating the student's current monthly hours, current grades in each section of the curriculum outlined in 3CSR1, total attendance percentage, total hours, and any warnings, probation, or disciplinary action that has been taken by the school against the student.Students shall have an official transcript from the school attended to be eligible for licensure. A student may not receive his or her official transcript until they have paid the school in full.

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