2010 Maryland Code
EDUCATION
TITLE 7 - PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Subtitle 1 - General Provisions
Section 7-102 - Disclosure affidavits for parents of children entering Prince George's County schools.

§ 7-102. Disclosure affidavits for parents of children entering Prince George's County schools.
 

(a)  County board to develop form.- The Prince George's County Board shall develop an affidavit of disclosure form to be completed and signed by the parents or guardians of a student who is entering the public schools of Prince George's County. 

(b)  Completion of disclosure form prerequisite to admission.- By regulation, the county board shall make completion of an affidavit of disclosure a prerequisite for admission to the public schools. 

(c)  Disclosure limited to ascertaining residency.- The purpose of the affidavit of disclosure is limited to ascertaining from the parents or guardians of a student in the public schools: 

(1) Their legal residence; and 

(2) The duration of their residency in this State. 

(d)  Attestation; witnesses.- The parents or guardians who complete the affidavit of disclosure shall attest to the truth of the information in the affidavit by their signature which shall be witnessed by the individuals designated by the county board under appropriate rules and regulations. 

(e)  Penalty.-  

(1) Failure to complete the affidavit of disclosure truthfully by a parent or guardian is a misdemeanor. 

(2) Any person who violates any provision of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject to a fine not exceeding $250. 
 

[An. Code 1957, art. 77, § 73A; 1978, ch. 22, § 2; 1982, ch. 382.] 
 

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