Right-to-Know Law

  • On February 14, 2008, Governor Rendell signed into law a completely revamped Right-to-Know law.  It is this open records law which permits requesters the right to inspect and duplicate certain records of government agencies.  If you are interested in obtaining a copy or copies of specific documents, please click here Right-To-Know Request Form to fill out the Districts Right-to-Know Request Form and forward it to Mr. Bill Stone, Right-To-Know Officer, School Board Secretary and Director of Business Affairs, 229 Meetinghouse Road, Horsham, PA 19044.


    Appeal of Denial

    If a request for access to a public record is denied or deemed denied, the requester may file a written exception within fifteen (15) business days of the mailing date of the response or a deemed denial.

    Upon receipt of the exception, the Superintendent or designee shall make a final determination of the request within thirty (30) days of the mailing date. If denied, a written explanation shall be provided.

    The final determination shall be the final order of the school district.

    The requester may appeal the district's final order, in accordance with the provisions of law.