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Requests for Public Information
Caroline County Public Schools is committed to providing access to public records in accordance with the Maryland Public Information Act, Annotated Code of Maryland, Title 4 of the General Provisions Article (MPIA).
Every effort has been made to include the most requested information about CCPS on this website. We encourage you to explore available options before making a request:
- Using the search option on the homepage
- Searching the CCPSBoardDocs website
- Searching the Maryland State Department of Education Maryland Report Card
Making a Request
To make a public information request, please contact CCPS’s Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) Representative:
Sandi Barry, Public Relations Coordinator
204 Franklin Street
Denton, Maryland 21629
Email: [email protected] *
*If a request is made via email, the applicant assumes the risk that such transmittal may be compromised due to unanticipated technological errors.
Please Note: Applications sent via e-mail or fax after 4:30 p.m. on a business day, on a weekend, or on a school system holiday will not be considered received until the next business day.
Responses to Applications
In accordance with state law, the school system will fulfill the request for public records within 10 business days of receiving the request, unless the school system believes that fulfilling the request will take more than 10 business days to produce. In this case, the school system must notify the requestor within 10 business days. Additionally, in accordance with the MPIA, if the records sought are precluded from disclosure, notification will be sent within 10 business days.
In accordance with the MPIA, the custodian of record may charge an applicant a reasonable fee for the search for, preparation of, and reproduction of a public record. No fee will be assessed for the first two hours of staff time that is needed to respond to a request for records. If more than two hours of staff time is needed to fulfill the request, the applicant will be notified of the estimated cost and must deposit 75 percent of the estimate before work will begin. In all cases, fees must be paid in full before any documents are delivered or access to the documents is authorized.