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Within 14 days after enrolling a child as a transfer student from this or another state in an elementary or secondary school, the school or school district shall request directly from the child's previous school a certified copy of the child's record. An elementary or secondary school or a school district in this state requested to forward a copy of a transferring child's record to another school shall comply with the request within 10 days after receiving the request unless the record has been flagged under AS 14.30.700 . Upon receipt of a request for a record that has been flagged, the school or school district shall immediately notify the Department of Public Safety. Unless directed to do so by the Department of Public Safety, a school or a school district may not forward a copy of a flagged record. In this section, "record" includes information about the child's commission of an offense that is punishable as a felony or that involved the use of a deadly weapon, as that term is defined in AS 11.81.900 (b).
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