Grand Island Public Schools
123 South Webb Road
Grand Island, NE 68802
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5523 Data Management


The Grand Island Public Schools records shall be housed in the GIPS central office. It shall be the responsibility of the superintendent or designee to oversee the maintenance and accuracy of the records. The following records shall be kept and preserved at a minimum according to the schedule below:

  • Secretary’s financial records - Permanently
  • Treasurer’s financial records - Permanently
  • Minutes of the Board of Education  - Permanently
  • Annual audit reports - Permanently
  • Annual budget - Permanently
  • Permanent record of individual pupil - Permanently
  • Records of payment of judgments against the school district - 20 years
  • Bonds and bond coupons - 10 years
  • Written contracts - 10 years
  • Cancelled warrants, check stubs, bank statements, bills, Invoices, inventories and related records - 5 years
  • Program grants - As determined by the grant
  • Nonpayroll personnel records - 7 years
  • Payroll records - 3 years
  • Staff and Student email records - no single retention period

Employees’ records shall be housed in the central administration office. The employees’ records shall be maintained by the superintendent or designee, the building administrator, and the employee’s immediate supervisor.

The permanent and cumulative records of students currently enrolled in the school district shall be housed where the records can be maintained securely and efficiently for the district’s needs.

Records of students who have graduated or are no longer enrolled in the school district shall be housed in the district student information system.

The superintendent or designee may store school district records electronically or on microfilm or microfiche and may destroy paper copies of the records if the records are more than three years old. A properly authenticated reproduction of a microfilmed or electronic record meets the same legal requirements as the original record.

Legal Reference:
Neb. Statute § 79-539

Cross Reference:
2470 BOARD MINUTES
4710 ELECTRONIC MESSAGING
6260 PERSONNEL RECORDS
8710 STUDENT FILES AND RECORDS

Policy Adopted: 2/7/77
Policy Revised:  7-14-05
Policy Revised:  10.12.2015

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Media Inquiries
Jack Sheard, Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 Ext. 1127
Grand Island Public Schools
123 South Webb Road
Grand Island, NE 68802
Your Legacy.
Their Opportunity.

Enhancing opportunities by seeking and securing resources for projects, scholarships and programs.

Access digital copies of our district flyers.

Improving school-to-home communication by distribute school flyers directly to families digitally.

5523 Data Management


The Grand Island Public Schools records shall be housed in the GIPS central office. It shall be the responsibility of the superintendent or designee to oversee the maintenance and accuracy of the records. The following records shall be kept and preserved at a minimum according to the schedule below:

  • Secretary’s financial records - Permanently
  • Treasurer’s financial records - Permanently
  • Minutes of the Board of Education  - Permanently
  • Annual audit reports - Permanently
  • Annual budget - Permanently
  • Permanent record of individual pupil - Permanently
  • Records of payment of judgments against the school district - 20 years
  • Bonds and bond coupons - 10 years
  • Written contracts - 10 years
  • Cancelled warrants, check stubs, bank statements, bills, Invoices, inventories and related records - 5 years
  • Program grants - As determined by the grant
  • Nonpayroll personnel records - 7 years
  • Payroll records - 3 years
  • Staff and Student email records - no single retention period

Employees’ records shall be housed in the central administration office. The employees’ records shall be maintained by the superintendent or designee, the building administrator, and the employee’s immediate supervisor.

The permanent and cumulative records of students currently enrolled in the school district shall be housed where the records can be maintained securely and efficiently for the district’s needs.

Records of students who have graduated or are no longer enrolled in the school district shall be housed in the district student information system.

The superintendent or designee may store school district records electronically or on microfilm or microfiche and may destroy paper copies of the records if the records are more than three years old. A properly authenticated reproduction of a microfilmed or electronic record meets the same legal requirements as the original record.

Legal Reference:
Neb. Statute § 79-539

Cross Reference:
2470 BOARD MINUTES
4710 ELECTRONIC MESSAGING
6260 PERSONNEL RECORDS
8710 STUDENT FILES AND RECORDS

Policy Adopted: 2/7/77
Policy Revised:  7-14-05
Policy Revised:  10.12.2015

.pdf version

Media Inquiries
Jack Sheard, Marketing & Communications
308-385-5900 Ext. 1127
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