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Juanita Elementary Affirmation Mirror

Strong kids begin with strong minds. That's why Jordan McClellion at Juanita Elementary is nurturing her students to see the best in themselves through the "affirmation mirror" station.

Redmond, Wash. - Lake Washington School District is planning three ballot measures for the February 8, 2022 election. The measures are a replacement of the existing Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) levy, a replacement of the existing School Technology and Capital Levy, and a Building Excellence Capital levy. A recommendation was presented to the Board of Directors on October 4, and they formally approved the levies at their October 18 board meeting.

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    Basic Instructional Program

    File: IGA

    The board has responsibility for maintaining the program of instruction guaranteed by the state statutes and providing enhancements where necessary.

    The officers and employees of the school district are responsible for maintaining the program of instruction in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of the state, the acts of the legislature, the rules and regulations of the State Board of Education, and the rules and regulations of the Board of Directors.

    The superintendent shall provide principals and teachers with curriculum materials covering all instruction approved by the board.

    In order to assure compliance with the basic skills, work skills, and course requirements, the superintendent shall implement procedures for verifying compliance at the beginning of each school year and for monitoring of compliance throughout the year.

    Subject Fields

    The subject fields shall be as follows:

    Elementary:

      1. Language Arts and Reading
      2. Mathematics
      3. Fine/Performing Arts
      4. Physical and Natural Sciences
      5. Social Studies
      6. Health/Fitness

    Middle School:

      1. Language Arts and Reading
      2. Social Studies
      3. Mathematics
      4. Health/Fitness
      5. Fine/Performing Arts
      6. Physical and Natural Sciences
      7. Industrial Arts and Home Economics

    Senior High School:

      1. Language Arts
      2. Mathematics
      3. Science
      4. Social Studies
      5. Health/Fitness
      6. Fine/Performing Arts
      7. Business Education
      8. Home & Family
      9. Industrial Arts
      10. Foreign Language
      11. Distributive Education

    Adopted:
    08/07/67
    12/03/79

    Revised:
    05/07/90
    12/28/12

    LEGAL REFS.:
    RCW 28A.020.080
    RCW 28A.03.425 through 28A.03.430
    RCW 28A.05, generally
    RCW 28A.58.574
    RCW 28A.58.750 through 28A.58.760
    RCW 28A.67.030 through 28A.67.060
    RCW 28A.67.110
    RCW 28A.125, generally
    WAC 180-16-191
    WAC 180-16-200 through 180-16-240
    WAC 180-50, generally

    CROSS REFS.:
    Qualifications and Duties of Superintendent (CBA)
    Instructional Goals (IA)
    Pilot Projects (IFB)
    Curriculum Adoption (IFD)
    Basic Instructional Program (regulation IGA-R)
    Alternative School Programs (IGBH)

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