Winter Olympics – Middle School Style

While most of the world eagerly waits for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics to begin tonight, LWSD middle school students are focused on a competition of their own. Inglewood, Evergreen, Finn Hill, Kamiakin and Redmond Middle Schools are competing in the Middle School Winter Olympics throughout February.



Compulsory Attendance Ages

File: JEA

All parents, guardians, and other persons in this state having custody of any child eight years of age and under eighteen years of age (between the eighth and the eighteenth birthday) not attending part time school in accordance with state law or excused from school attendance thereunder or receiving home-based instruction, shall cause such child to attend the public schools of the district in which the child resides for the full time when such school may be in session or to attend a private school for the same time or an educational center as provided in state law, unless the school district superintendent of the district in which the child resides shall have excused such child from such attendance because the child is sixteen years of age or older and is regularly and lawfully employed (and either the parent agrees that the child should not be required to attend school or the child has been emancipated in accordance with state law) or the child is physically or mentally unable to attend school or has already met graduation requirements or received a certificate of educational competence. Proof of absence from any public or private school shall be prima facie evidence of a violation of this section. Private school for the purposes of this section shall be one approved or accredited under regulations established by the state board of education.



RCW 28A.200
RCW 28A.205
RCW 28A.225, generally
RCW 13.64
RCW 28A.305.190
RCW 28A.305.130
WAC 180-51-020
AGO 1980 No. 6

Entrance Age (JEB)
School Admissions (JEC)

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Foundations and Basic Commitments (Reference Code A)

General School Administration (Reference Code C)

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Fiscal Management (Reference Code D)

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Facilities Development (Reference Code F)

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Negotiations (Reference Code H)

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Instruction (Reference Code I)

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