Chapter 72-100 WAC

Last Update: 7/19/90

ORGANIZATION

WAC Sections

72-100-001Description of organization.


72-100-001
Description of organization.

(1) The Washington state school for the blind is a state agency established and organized under the authority of chapter 72.40 RCW. The primary purpose of the school is to educate and train visually impaired children.
(2) The school operates under the direction and control of the superintendent. A board of trustees serves as an advisory board to the superintendent and to the legislature and performs various other functions as provided in chapter 72.42 RCW. The school for the blind is comprised of three components: Education; residential life; and support services. The school principal directs the education component. The director of residential life oversees the residential life component. Support services are provided by consolidated services under an interagency agreement between the Washington state school for the blind and the Washington state school for the deaf. Medical services and outreach programs are under the direction of the superintendent. A detailed organizational chart is available at the administrative office of the school.
(3) The administrative office of the school is located at 2214 East 13th Street, Vancouver, Washington 98661. Any person may obtain additional information and make submissions and requests at the administrative office.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 72.40.022. WSR 90-16-003, ยง 72-100-001, filed 7/19/90, effective 8/19/90.]