Educ. Code Section 28.022
Notice to Parent of Unsatisfactory Performance
(a)The board of trustees of each school district shall adopt a policy that:
(1)provides for a conference between parents and teachers;
(2)requires the district, at least once every 12 weeks, to give written notice to a parent of a student’s performance in each class or subject; and
(3)requires the district, at least once every three weeks, or during the fourth week of each nine-week grading period, to give written notice to a parent or legal guardian of a student’s performance in a subject included in the foundation curriculum under Section 28.002 (Required Curriculum)(a)(1) if the student’s performance in the subject is consistently unsatisfactory, as determined by the district.
(b)The notice required under Subsections (a)(2) and (a)(3) must:
(1)provide for the signature of a student’s parent; and
(2)be returned to the district.
(c)A policy adopted under this section does not apply to a student who:
(1)is 18 years of age or older and who is living in a different residence than the student’s parents;
(2)is married; or
(3)has had the disabilities of minority removed for general purposes.
(d)In this section, “parent” includes a guardian, conservator, or other person having lawful control of a student.
(e)A district that uses an electronic platform for communicating student grade and performance information to parents may permit a parent to sign a notice required under Subsections (a)(2) and (a)(3) electronically, so long as the district retains a record verifying the parent’s acknowledgment of the required notice. A district that accepts electronic signatures under this subsection must offer parents the option to provide a handwritten signature as provided under Subsection (b).
Section 28.022 — Notice to Parent of Unsatisfactory Performance,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/ED/htm/ED.28.htm#28.022 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).