My thought is, I wouldn't change anything. If you have a process/procedure, stick to it. I don't see a problem using your standard record release signed by the parent.
From the US Department of Education
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Director Risk Management/ Accreditation Services
Burgess Health Center
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Onawa, IA 51040
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Sharon, I believe these guidelines deal with what a school can do with the information after they receive it and it becomes part of the student's educational records. Wendy was talking about her concern of releasing the protected health information to the school. My apologies if I'm missing something. With that said, this is a great document! I get questions frequently about student health records, etc. and this will certainly help!