Pennsylvania Right to Know

As of January 1, 2009, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, under Governor Edward G. Rendell, requires government agencies, including school districts, to comply with the new regulations as set forth by the Right-to-Know Law Act 3 of 2008.  The new law fundamentally changes the way people access public records of their government, and the way government processes those requests.  Oswayo Valley School District always works to comply with its Public Records Policy and the Right-to-Know Law.  To obtain public records from the Oswayo Valley School District, please download the form below and fill it out in its entirety. Mail the form to the RTK Officer listed below.  We will work to honor your requests as set forth under the law.

RTK Request Archive

File a Request Form

The Right-to-Know Law requires the Office of Open Records to create a Uniform Request Form that must be accepted by all Commonwealth Agencies. To request information, under the Right-to-Know Law, from Oswayo Valley School District, please download the attached Right-to-Know Request Form.

The Commonwealth form is also available at the Office of Open Records website at

Contact Information

The Right-to-Know Law requires that each government agency appoint a RTK (Right-to-Know) Officer.  The RTK Officer will be the assigned person to receive Right-to-Know requests submitted to the Oswayo Valley School District; direct requests to the appropriate persons within the district or to the appropriate person in another agency; track the District’s progress in responding to requests; and to issue interim and final responses under the act.

For Right-to-Know information requests contact:

Right-to-Know Officer
Nicole Green
Oswayo Valley School District
277 S. Oswayo Street
Shinglehouse, PA 16748

Monday- Friday 8:00AM – 4:00PM
The State Open Records contact information is:
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone Building
400 North Street, Plaza Level
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225

Be aware that emails to School Board Members, Administrators and staff are subject to Right-To-Know law and considered public documents. The sender’s email address may be redacted, but the sender’s name is not.

More information is available at the PA Office of Open Records

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