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PDFWAC 392-138-010


(1) "Associated student body organization" means a formal organization of students, including subcomponents or affiliated student groups such as student clubs, which is formed with the approval, and operated subject to the control, of the board of directors of a school district or a charter school board in compliance with this chapter.
(2) "Associated student body program" means any activity which (a) is conducted in whole or part by or in behalf of an associated student body during or outside regular school hours and within or outside school grounds and facilities, and (b) is conducted with the approval, and at the direction or under the supervision, of the school district and charter school.
(3) "Central district office" means the board of directors, the charter school board, and/or their respective official designee to whom authority has been delegated to act in their behalf.
(4) "Associated student body public moneys" means fees collected from students and nonstudents as a condition to their attendance at any optional noncredit extracurricular event of the school district or charter school which is of a cultural, social, recreational or athletic nature, revenues derived from "associated student body programs" as defined in subsection (2) of this section, and any other moneys received by an associated student body, not specified in subsection (5) of this section and WAC 392-138-100, for the support of an associated student body program.
(5) "Nonassociated student body private moneys" means moneys generated by fund-raising activities or solicitation of donations by student groups in their private capacities for private purposes and/or private gifts and contributions.
(6) "Associated student body governing body" means the student council, student activities board, or other officially recognized group of students appointed or elected to represent the entire associated student body within a school in accordance with procedures established by the board of directors of the school district or a charter school board.
(7) "Trust fund" means a fund used to account for assets held by the district or charter school in a trustee capacity for the specific purpose designated by the fund-raising group and described in the notice provided to donors prior to the fund-raising event. Such moneys must be accounted for separately from associated student body public moneys.
(8) "Held in trust" means held as private moneys either within a separate account within the associated student body fund or in a trust fund to be disbursed exclusively for an intended purpose.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.150.290 and 28A.710.220. WSR 15-18-078, § 392-138-010, filed 8/28/15, effective 9/28/15. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.325.020. WSR 01-16-078, § 392-138-010, filed 7/25/01, effective 8/25/01. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.58.115. WSR 84-13-025 (Order 84-15), § 392-138-010, filed 6/13/84; Order 4-76, § 392-138-010, filed 3/4/76, effective 7/1/76.]
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