Governor Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill 1327 (Soto) on July 7, 2006, which expands reporting requirements to include all children with exceptional needs as defined in California Education Code (EC) Section 56026 and all children with qualifying handicaps pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Effective January 1, 2007, the newly amended EC Section 48203 requires that the severance, expulsion, exclusion, exemption, transfer, or suspension beyond ten schooldays of these students to be reported to the county superintendent of schools.
This mandated report must include the name of the pupil, the age of the pupil, the pupil’s last known address, and the reason for the severance, expulsion, exclusion, exemption, transfer, or suspension beyond ten school days.
It is the duty of the county superintendent to examine these reports and draw to the attention of the county board of education and the governing board of the school district any cases in which the interests of the child or the welfare of the state may need further examination.
Los Angeles County Office of Education Student Support Services
Includes a questionnaire that can be saved by district and site administrators in Los Angeles County for reporting at any time.
San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools' Child Welfare and Attendance Office
Includes a form for monthly reporting.