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Rose Hill Middle School Counselor receives Human and Civil Rights Award

Danielle MacDonald, a counselor at Rose Hill Middle School, works hard to make the school inclusive and welcoming for all students and parents. For this hard work, she won the Washington Education Association’s 2018 Human and Civil Rights International Peace and Understanding Award.

Evergreen wins middle school Battle of the Books

Nine middle schools answered 45 questions about 12 books on March 13 during the annual Battle of the Books competition. School librarians organize the event each year. Students from Evergreen Middle School won the competition by two points.

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In an attempt to provide the best education possible within the financial resources available, and when it is believed to be in the best interests of the school district, the board shall as allowed by state law:

  1. Request adequate local funds to the limit allowed by law for the operation of the school district. The amount of the individual levies shall be adjusted at the time of the initial request or at the time of a request for a renewal to yield sufficient revenue for the current operating expenses of the school system.
  2. Accept all available state funds to which the district is entitled by law or through regulations of the state board of education.
  3. Submit application for eligible federal funds provided that acceptance of the funds does not include conditions which are in conflict with board policy.
  4. Request adequate local funds for the capital purposes of the district within the limitation established by state law.

Adopted:
06/05/67

Revised:
12/02/74
05/07/90

LEGAL REFS.:
RCW 28A.02.100
RCW 28A.02.300
RCW 28A.29, generally
RCW 28A.40, generally
RCW 28A.41, generally
RCW 28A.44, generally
RCW 28A.46, generally
RCW 28A.47, generally
RCW 28A.48, generally
RCW 28A.58.055
RCW 28A.65. 455
RCW 28A.84.52.053
RCW 28A.84.52..0531
RCW 28A.84.52.056
WAC 180-25, generally
WAC 180-26, generally
WAC 180-27, generally
WAC 180-29, generally
WAC 180-30, generally
WAC 180-31, generally
WAC 180-32, generally
WAC 180-33, generally
WAC 392-121, generally
WAC 392-129, generally
WAC 392-140, generally
WAC 392-141, generally
WAC 392-163, generally
WAC 392-164, generally
WAC 392-165, generally
WAC 392-166, generally
WAC 392-168, generally

CROSS REF.:
Revenues from Federal Tax Sources (DEC-R)

Elementary school student reading book titled "Math=Fun! Shapes and Patterns".

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)

Personnel (Reference Code G)

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Negotiations (Reference Code H)

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Instruction (Reference Code I)

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Students (Reference Code J)

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School-Community Relations (Reference Code K)

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Education Agency Relations (Reference Code L)