Missouri’s Sunshine Law
Missouri’s Sunshine Law promotes transparency in government by setting forth expectations for public access to meetings and records of public governmental bodies. Section 610.011 of the Sunshine Law states: “It is the public policy of this state that meetings, records, votes, actions, and deliberations of public governmental bodies be open to the public unless otherwise provided by law. Sections 610.010 to 610.200 shall be liberally construed and their exceptions strictly construed to promote this public policy.”
Sunshine Law Request and Responses
- Sunshine Law requests received will be archived at the school or on the website. While it is not always possible to post the documents requested, at a minimum the original request and the school response will be posted. Supporting documentation will accompany the original request only if it is available in electronic format.
How to Make a Sunshine Law Request
- The Board of Directors is the public governmental body of Lift For Life Academy. If you wish to make a Sunshine Law request for documents related to Lift For Life Academy, please submit it in writing via email, US Mail or in person to:
Custodian of Records
Lift For Life Academy- Administration
1731 S. Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: (314) 231-2337
Note: A fee may be charged for researching and copying of the documents requested. In accordance with the Sunshine Law, SPS may charge up to 10 cents per page for standard copies and a reasonable fee for the time necessary to search for and copy public records. A response, including the estimated cost, will be provided no later than the end of the third business day after the request was received. Once the fee is paid by the requestor, the documents will be retrieved, copied and provided.
For ease of access, Lift For Life Academy makes available via its website a wealth of information about its operations.