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Parents' Bill of Rights Overview

The North Carolina General Assembly passed Senate Bill 49—Parents Bill of Rights on August 15, 2023. This act was voted on to enumerate the rights of parents to direct the upbringing, education, healthcare, and mental health of minor children.
As more information and guidance about the Parents’ Bill of Rights is made available from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, we will post it on this website.

Notice of Parental Rights 
The Clay County Schools Board of Education values parental involvement and respects the rights of parents in the education and up-bringing of their children. North Carolina General Statute § 115C-76.25 provides a list of parental rights. Pre-existing Board Policy addresses many of these rights. Future changes in Board Policy to address these rights will be added to this notice.