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SALES  SALES RSS Feed
               (See also ANIMALS; MOTOR VEHICLES; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.; TAXES - EXCISE; TAXES - LODGING; TAXES - SALES; TAXES - USE)
Bad debts of buyers, B&O tax deduction and sales/use tax credit/refund for sellers for, narrowing: HB 1539
Bags, carryout, compliant paper, use of nonwood renewable fiber derived from wheat straw in: * SHB 1145, CH 33 (2021)
Bags, carryout, compliant, requirements for: SB 5837
Bags, carryout, recycled content paper, use of nonwood renewable fiber in: HB 1145
Bags, carryout, reusable film plastic bags, provided to customer by retail establishment, prohibition and exception: SB 5837
Bags, carryout, reusable plastic or recycled content paper, delaying requirements for: HB 1053, SHB 1053
Batteries, portable/medium-format, retailer selling, mandatory battery stewardship organization participation by: HB 1896, SHB 1896
Firearms, untraceable, and unfinished frames/receivers, selling/purchasing of, prohibitions/penalties: HB 1705, * ESHB 1705, CH 105 (2022)
Fireworks, consumer, city or county limits or prohibition: HB 1059, SHB 1059, HB 1638, SHB 1638
Fur products, sale/trade/distribution of, prohibiting, when: SB 5708, SB 5973
Ghost guns and ghost gun kits, selling/purchasing of, prohibitions/penalties: HB 1705, * ESHB 1705, CH 105 (2022)
Internet/mobile applications, marketing/advertising to minors via, prohibitions: HB 1697, SHB 1697
Olefins, from methanol manufactured from natural gas, products containing, prohibiting sale of: SB 5494
Online marketplaces, high-volume third-party sellers on, requirements: HB 1543, HB 1614, SHB 1614, SB 5533
Price increases, excessive/unjustified during state of emergency, prohibiting: SB 5191, ESSB 5191
Retail industry, increasing educational, training, and job opportunities in: HB 2019
Retail industry, increasing educational, training, apprenticeship, and job opportunities in: * SHB 2019, CH 278 (2022)
Retail theft, organized, in 2nd degree, with multiple accomplices participating in: SB 5781
Retail theft, organized, Washington state organized retail theft task force, establishing: HB 2113, SB 5944
Shop local and save sales and use tax holiday, one-time one-day, creating: ESHB 2018
Shop local and save sales and use tax holiday, one-time three-day, creating: HB 2018
Spirits, vodka or vodka ingredient/input/material produced in or imported/sourced from Russia, sale of, prohibiting: HB 2134, SB 5984
Telephone solicitations, commercial, requirements for, modifying: HB 1497, * ESHB 1497, CH 195 (2022)
Telephone solicitations, commercial, text messaging/robocalling, expanding restrictions/requirements/remedies: HB 1650, ESHB 1650
SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON STATE  SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON STATE RSS Feed
               
Education, state board of, elections of members of, WSSDA to conduct: * HB 1974, CH 79 (2022)
Educational service districts, elections of members of boards of, WSSDA to conduct: * HB 1974, CH 79 (2022)
Epilepsy/seizure disorders, students with, requirements, model policy/procedure for, WSSDA role: HB 1085, * SHB 1085, CH 29 (2021)
Government-to-government task force, tribal consultation training and schedule: SB 5252
Indian tribes and school districts, data sharing: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Indian tribes and school districts, tribal councils and boards, regional meetings: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Language access programs, model policy/procedures, WSSDA role: HB 1153, SHB 1153, * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV
Native education, office of, WSSDA partnering with, for certain data gathering: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Racism, institutional, training for school boards in dismantling, role of association: SB 5044
School board directors, governance cultural competency/diversity/equity/inclusion standards and training for, WSSDA role: * ESSB 5044, CH 197 (2021)
School boards of directors, meeting conduct/order of business/quorum, model policy/procedure for, WSSDA role: HB 2087, SB 5858
Stress, secondary traumatic, in K-12 workforce, model policy/procedure to prevent/address, WSSDA role: HB 1363, * SHB 1363, CH 129 (2021)
Tribal consultation training and schedule, development of, WSSDA role: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS  SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also BLIND, STATE SCHOOL FOR THE; CHILDREN; EDUCATION, STATE BOARD OF; HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; SCIENCE; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.; TAXES - PROPERTY)
Administrators, African American studies specialty endorsement for, creating: HB 1829
Administrators, continuing education, to include equity-based practices/national standards/indigenous communities: HB 1426
Administrators, continuing education, to include equity-based practices/national standards/tribes: * ESHB 1426, CH 77 (2021)
Administrators, preparation programs, Indian history/culture/government in: SB 5161
African American studies endorsement, for teachers, administrators, and educational staff associates, creating: HB 1829
Americans of Chinese descent history month, each January as, designation of, and school activities commemorating: ESB 5264
Apprenticeship programs, regional, through educational service districts, establishing: HB 1536
Arts, visual/performing, regular instruction in at least one visual art and one performing art at each public school: SB 5878, * ESSB 5878, CH 250 (2022)
Athletics, individual competition intended for female students, prohibiting students assigned male sex at birth from participation: HB 1556
Attendance, community truancy boards, renaming as community engagement boards: HB 1113, * ESHB 1113, CH 119 (2021), SB 5153
Attendance, compulsory, minimum age of, changing to age 5: SB 5537
Attendance, compulsory, minimum age of, changing to age 6: SSB 5537
Attendance, eliminating or reducing absences, best practice guidance for: * ESHB 1113, CH 119 (2021)
Attendance, excused absence, absence for mental health reasons as: * HB 1834, CH 31 (2022)
Attendance, reducing absences with multitiered and culturally/linguistically responsive supports system: HB 1113, SB 5153
Attendance, unexcused absences and truancy petitions: HB 1113, * ESHB 1113, CH 119 (2021), SB 5153
Basic education funds, OSPI authority to delay/withhold, limiting, and requiring revised funds distribution rules: HB 2000
Basic education, program of, asynchronous instructional hours as part of, requirements: SB 5735
Basic education, program of, to include basic education program of early learning: SB 5630
Bonds and payment levies, school district, at least 55% of voters to authorize: SB 5386, SJR 8204
Bonds and payment levies, school district, simple majority to authorize: HB 1226, HJR 4200
Bonds, for capital projects, bond authorization training for district boards of directors: HB 1306, SHB 1306
Bone marrow donation, awareness of, public school instruction in: SB 5594, SSB 5594
Buildings, public school, statewide first responder building mapping information system data, transfer to OSPI: HB 1484, * SHB 1484, CH 223 (2021)
Bullying/intimidation/harassment, policies/complaint procedures, district's primary contact regarding, designating: HB 1900
Buses, drivers employed by private entity contractor, entity to provide health/pension benefits for: SB 5326, SSB 5326
Buses, for students with disabilities, video recording devices for, requirements: HB 2054
Calendar, year-round school, implementing, balanced school calendar grant program for: 2SSB 5147
Calendar, year-round school, implementing, program for: SB 5147, SSB 5147
Calendar, year-round school, supplemental allocations for districts and charter and tribal schools that implement: SB 5922
Camas High School Papermakers gymnastics team, congratulating: * HR 4614 (2021)
Career and technical education, career-connected program in agriculture, food, and natural resource sciences: HB 1544
Career and technical education, CTE and skill center programs class sizes, reducing: SB 5922
Career and technical education, dual credit courses, eligible students in, subsidizing costs via program: SHB 1760
Career and technical education, dual credit courses, low-income students in, subsidizing costs via program: HB 1760
Career and technical education, skill center programs class size, reducing: HB 1415
Career and technical education, skill center students, funding for classes in sending districts, provisions concerning: HB 2011
Career pathways day, at high schools, options for/barriers to, report on: SB 5600, SSB 5600, * E2SSB 5600, CH 156 (2022)
Charter school commission, including in "executive state officer" for financial affairs reporting purposes: HB 1919, SHB 1919
Charter schools, college in the high school programs, course tuition fee, grant program to cover: SB 5719
Charter schools, college in the high school programs, course tuition fee, grant program to cover for low-income students: SSB 5719
Charter schools, college in the high school programs, provisions governing: HB 1302, * SHB 1302, CH 71 (2021)
Charter schools, directors of boards of, as executive state officers for financial affairs reporting purposes: HB 1919, SHB 1919
Charter schools, enrollment stabilization allocations for, when: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Charter schools, establishing, extending time frame for: HB 1195, HB 1962, SB 5443
Charter schools, establishing, time frame for: HB 1079
Charter schools, financial education requirements: HB 1938
Charter schools, K-12 safety and security services and staff, requirements and training: HB 1214, * ESHB 1214, CH 38 (2021)
Charter schools, learning devices/computers/peripheral devices in, plan and programs for: HB 1365, HB 1450
Charter schools, local effort assistance, increasing maximum per student amount to provide enhancement: SB 5922
Charter schools, public, bone marrow donation, awareness of, instruction in: SB 5594, SSB 5594
Charter schools, public, language access programs at: * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV
Charter schools, public, local effort assistance funding for: HB 1591
Charter schools, resumption of in-person instruction, as required learning option, when: SB 5464
Charter schools, student transportation services during remote instruction: * E2SSB 5128, CH 234 (2021)
Charter schools, teacher syllabi and instructional materials, by grade or course, posting on website: HB 2056
Charter schools, USDA community eligibility provision participation by: HB 1878, * SHB 1878, CH 7 (2022), SB 5798
Chinese American history month, each January as, designation of, and school activities commemorating: SCR 8403
Civic education, for K-8 students, mandatory annual year-long course: HB 1807
College in the high school programs, eligible students in, maximum per college credit tuition fee for: SHB 1760
College in the high school programs, eligible students in, subsidizing costs via eligible student program: SHB 1760
College in the high school programs, including charter and tribal schools, provisions governing: HB 1302, * SHB 1302, CH 71 (2021), SB 5719, SSB 5719
College in the high school programs, low-income students in, maximum per college credit tuition fee for: HB 1760
College in the high school programs, low-income students in, subsidizing costs via low-income student program: HB 1760
College in the high school programs, per college credit tuition fee, grant program to cover: SB 5719
College in the high school programs, per college credit tuition fee, grant program to cover for low-income students: SSB 5719
College in the high school programs, provisions governing: E2SHB 1760
College in the high school programs, statutory provisions governing, reorganizing and clarifying: HB 1302, * SHB 1302, CH 71 (2021)
Communism, history and negative effects of, studying, as graduation requirement: SB 5374
Computer science, certificated teacher endorsements in elementary and secondary, developing standards for: SB 5389
Computer science, elective course in, for youth in institutional education program in juvenile institution: * SB 5657, CH 234 (2022)
Computer science, substituting for 3rd-year math or science course, for purposes of graduation requirements: * SB 5299, CH 307 (2021)
Constitution, U.S., study of, meeting graduation requirement via heritage guide to constitution: SB 5374
Construction work, "other work" excluded from, procurement requirements for service contracts for: * ESB 5017 (2022) V
Construction work, "other" by contractor meeting responsible bidder criteria, notification/bidding requirements for: * ESB 5017 (2022) V
Construction, modernization and new construction grants/planning grants for financially distressed districts: HB 1775
Construction, qualifying, labor/materials used for, sales/use tax exemptions: HB 1235
Contracts, public works/procurement, exempt from certain bidding requirements, awarding to small businesses, when: SB 5458
Counselors, as physical/social/emotional support staff, allocations for: SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595
Counselors, at least one dedicated nurse on site for each public school, requiring: SHB 1664
Counselors, comprehensive school counseling program, developing and implementing: SB 5030, * SSB 5030, CH 174 (2021)
Counselors, guidance, as physical/social/emotional support staff, allocations for: HB 1664, HB 1985, SB 5595, SB 5922
COVID-19 pandemic, creating COVID-19 K-12 response account for school efforts to respond to: HB 1334
COVID-19 pandemic, staff paid emergency leave pool, when ill or in quarantine and with limited sick leave balance: HB 1992
COVID-19 pandemic, staff paid leave pool, when ill or in quarantine and with limited leave balances: SHB 1992
COVID-19, academic deficits caused by, addressing via learning assistance program appropriations: HB 1208
COVID-19, academic/nonacademic needs due to, addressing via learning assistance program appropriations: * SHB 1208, CH 111 (2021)
COVID-19, additional instructional days, districts providing, funding for: 2SSB 5147
COVID-19, damage/loss/injury/death claims related to infection, school immunity from liability for, when: HB 1338
COVID-19, elementary/secondary school emergency relief fund, using freed-up federal coronavirus funds for: HB 1368, * ESHB 1368, CH 3 (2021), SB 5344
COVID-19, enrichment levies, formulas for, using 2019-2020 enrollments, when: * ESHB 1476, CH 221 (2021)
COVID-19, enrichment levies/local effort assistance/basic education funding enhancements: SB 5922
COVID-19, enrichment levies/local effort assistance/learning assistance program, using 2019-2020 enrollments for: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
COVID-19, enrollment stabilization allocations for local education agencies due to, when: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
COVID-19, governor emergency education relief fund, using freed-up federal coronavirus funds for: HB 1368, * ESHB 1368, CH 3 (2021), SB 5344
COVID-19, learning loss grants/year-round calendar/learning assistance program/CTE and skill center class sizes: SB 5922
COVID-19, learning loss, balanced school calendar/additional opportunities/summer reengagement grant programs: 2SSB 5147
COVID-19, learning loss/missed extracurricular activities, bridge year pilot program establishment to address: SB 5265, SSB 5265, 2SSB 5265
COVID-19, school opening metrics for education modality, positivity standard as basis: SB 5037
COVID-19, school opening requirements under "open safe, open now" Phase 3 regulations: HB 1553, SB 5473
COVID-19, school resumption of in-person instruction, as required learning option, when: SB 5464
COVID-19, schools resuming in-person instruction, prioritizing delivery to certain students: HB 1366, SHB 1366
COVID-19, schools with reopening plans, immunity from liability for certain COVID infection-related claims: HB 1338
COVID-19, special education, highly capable students, and physical/social/emotional support staff, increased funding: SB 5922
COVID-19, students impacted by, limited mental health staff certificate for counseling of: HB 1444
Critical race theory, definition and prohibition of K-12 instruction and discussion of: HB 1886
Cultural access programs, sales/use tax for, imposition by a city, when: HB 1058
Curriculum, teacher syllabi and instructional materials, district to post on website: HB 2056
Diplomas, Evitan's law: * SB 5498, CH 224 (2022)
Diplomas, for deceased public high school students, when: * SB 5498, CH 224 (2022)
Diplomas, withholding for student damage to property, requirements when: * ESHB 1176, CH 120 (2021)
Discipline, actions due to student damage to property, revising provisions: HB 1176, * ESHB 1176, CH 120 (2021)
Discrimination, prohibition of, each district's primary contact regarding compliance with, designating: HB 1900
Discrimination/sexual harassment/harassment/intimidation/bullying, model student handbook language: HB 1900
Districts and tribes, data sharing: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Districts, board of directors meetings, audio recordings of, requiring, when: EHB 1973
Districts, board of directors meetings, recordings of, public record requests for: EHB 1973
Districts, boards of directors, bond authorization training for: HB 1306, SHB 1306
Districts, boards of directors, compensation and future needs of, examining: HB 1803, SHB 1803, 2SHB 1803
Districts, boards of directors, compensation of, increasing: HB 1803, SHB 1803, 2SHB 1803
Districts, boards of directors, compensation options and requirements for members of: SB 5833
Districts, boards of directors, firearms/weapons in facilities during meetings of, prohibiting: HB 1630
Districts, boards of directors, firearms/weapons knowingly in facilities during meetings of, prohibiting: * ESHB 1630, CH 106 (2022)
Districts, boards of directors, implementation of state policies by, superintendent of public instruction role: HB 1986, SB 5601
Districts, boards of directors, qualifications for director candidates: HB 1842, SB 5340, SSB 5340
Districts, child who is victim/witness of crime, confidentiality rights of, exception for disclosure to certain agencies: SSB 5730
Districts, child who is victim/witness of crime, confidentiality rights of, exception for disclosure to districts: SB 5730
Districts, Edmonds, families with children in, Washington Kids in Transition support for, recognizing: * SR 8613 (2021)
Districts, energy conservation projects, distributed energy resources deployment: HB 1768, * SHB 1768, CH 128 (2022)
Districts, Federal Way, compensation regionalization factor: HB 1077
Districts, funds, depreciation subfund for facility/equipment needs, establishing: ESB 5202
Districts, Northshore, Dr. Michelle Reid, 2021 state and national superintendent of the year, honoring: * SR 8619 (2021)
Districts, ranked choice voting for directors: HB 1156, SHB 1156, SB 5584, SSB 5584
Districts, serving low-income communities, participation in federal tax credit programs to finance facilities: SB 5181, SSB 5181
Districts, small, consolidation of, planning grants and funding incentives for: SB 5487
Districts, small/financially distressed, modernization and new construction grants and planning grants for: HB 1775
Districts, substance use/prescription drugs/OTC medications/firearms information on websites of: HB 1759, SHB 1759
Districts, superintendents, salaries of, limiting basic education allocations use for: SB 5442
Districts, tribal consultation training and schedule, development of: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Dolan, Laurie, former educator and state representative, her service to the legislature and our democracy, acknowledging: * HR 4669 (2022)
Dual credit courses/programs, annual report concerning: HB 1867, * SHB 1867, CH 75 (2022)
Dual credit courses/programs, subsidizing costs via eligible student program: SHB 1760
Dual credit courses/programs, subsidizing costs via low-income student program: HB 1760
Dual credit courses/programs, various provisions: HB 1760, SHB 1760, E2SHB 1760, SB 5719, SSB 5719
Dual credit program, definition of, and list of programs: HB 1867, * SHB 1867, CH 75 (2022)
Dual enrollment scholarship pilot program, Washington, repealing: HB 1760, SHB 1760
Education ombuds, office of, duties of, modifying: SB 5376, * SSB 5376, CH 222 (2022)
Education ombuds, office of, services available through, notifications by public schools of: SB 5376
Education ombuds, office of, services available through, notifications by public/charter/tribal schools of: * SSB 5376, CH 222 (2022)
Education policy, elementary/secondary, proposed legislation on, equity impact statements for, when: SHB 1264
Educational service districts, bond authorization training for boards of directors, role of ESDs: HB 1306, SHB 1306
Educational service districts, contracts with agencies/schools/colleges/entities, board authority for: HB 1066
Educational service districts, digital navigator program for learning devices training/technical support: HB 1365, HB 1450
Educational service districts, elections of members of boards of, WA state school directors' association to conduct: * HB 1974, CH 79 (2022)
Educational service districts, learning devices, technology consultation/procurement/training for school districts: SHB 1365, * E2SHB 1365, CH 301 (2021)
Educational service districts, procurement program for learning devices/computers/peripheral devices: HB 1365, HB 1450
Educational service districts, regional apprenticeship programs through, establishing: HB 1536
Educational service districts, school employees' benefits for employees of, state funding of: HB 1762, * SB 5539, CH 87 (2022)
Educational service districts, student financial education, staff positions for, requiring: HB 1938
Educational service districts, student financial literacy education, staff positions for, requiring: SB 5720, SSB 5720
Educational service districts, substance use/prescription drugs/OTC medications/firearms information on websites of: HB 1759, SHB 1759
Educational service districts, unrepresented employees of, PEBB benefits for, state funding of: HB 1757, SB 5562
Educational staff associates, African American studies specialty endorsement for, creating: HB 1829
Educators, future educators month, celebrating: * SR 8605 (2021)
Educators, with certificates/permits, reprimands of, rules for and work group on reviewing/vacating: HB 1791
Educators, with certificates/permits, reprimands of, rules for reviewing/vacating: SHB 1791
Elementary and secondary school emergency relief III account, reenacting: SB 5616, SSB 5616, * 2SSB 5616, CH 157 (2022)
Employees, certificated instructional staff, adding experience factors to regionalization factors for compensation: HB 1419
Employees, certificated/classified, leave accumulation from year to year, and payments for unused sick leave: HB 1992, SHB 1992
Employees, compensation, basic education allocations for, rebasing of: HB 1266
Employees, compensation, K-12 basic education compensation advisory committee, establishing: HB 1266
Employees, compensation, regionalization factors for certain districts: HB 1077
Employees, compensation, regionalization factors for districts, rebasing by adding experience factors, when: HB 1419
Employees, compensation, regionalization factors for districts, rebasing of: HB 1266
Employees, housing for, school district role and tax exemption: SB 5043
Employees, retired but reentering school district employment while receiving pension payments, when: HB 1699, * ESHB 1699, CH 110 (2022)
Employees, retired/disabled under TRS, PEBB medical/dental plans for: HB 1040
Employees, retired/disabled, insurance plans/contracts participation: SB 5718
Employees, retired/disabled, TRS or SERS plan 3, insurance plans/contracts participation: SB 5718
Employees, secondary traumatic stress in K-12 workforce, model policy/procedure to prevent/address: HB 1363, * SHB 1363, CH 129 (2021)
Employees, with certificates/permits, reprimands of, rules for and work group on reviewing/vacating: HB 1791
Employees, with certificates/permits, reprimands of, rules for reviewing/vacating: SHB 1791
Extended learning opportunity program, expanding to include 9th and 10th grades: HB 1208, * SHB 1208, CH 111 (2021)
Facilities/equipment, depreciation subfund for, establishing: ESB 5202
Financial education learning standards for state, financial education consistent with, requirements: HB 1938
Financial education public-private partnership, financial literacy education duties of, expanding: SSB 5720, * 2SSB 5720, CH 238 (2022)
Financial education public-private partnership, staff/support/goals/duties of, modifying: HB 1938
Financial education, ESD staff positions for/certificated staff professional development program on: HB 1938
Financial literacy education, certificated staff professional development grant program on: * 2SSB 5720, CH 238 (2022)
Financial literacy education, ESD staff positions for/certificated staff professional development grant program on: SB 5720, SSB 5720
Financial literacy education, school districts goals for expanding instruction: * 2SSB 5720, CH 238 (2022)
Firearms, school personnel possession with valid concealed pistol license: HB 1481
Firearms/weapons, in facilities during meetings of boards of directors, prohibiting: HB 1630
Firearms/weapons, knowingly in facilities during meetings of boards of directors, prohibiting: * ESHB 1630, CH 106 (2022)
Food services, USDA community eligibility provision, public/charter/tribal schools participation: HB 1878, * SHB 1878, CH 7 (2022), SB 5798
Foster care, students in, building point of contact in all K-12 public schools for: * SB 5184, CH 95 (2021)
Foster care, students in, individual transportation outside normal boundaries: HB 1808, SB 5581, SSB 5581
Freedom in education program, private school/homeschooling educational goods/services reimbursement of parents: HB 1555
Funding, basic education, dedicated McCleary penalty account repealing: SSB 5616, * 2SSB 5616, CH 157 (2022)
Funding, basic education, OSPI authority to delay/withhold, limiting, and requiring revised funds distribution rules: HB 2000
Funding, K-12, education equity in every zip code act, or EEEZ act: SB 5922
Funding, local effort assistance, calculating allocations for, using 2019-2020 enrollments, when: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Funding, local effort assistance, for charter public schools: HB 1591
Funding, local effort assistance, increasing maximum per student amount to provide enhancement: SB 5922
Funding, state, allocations distribution formula for: HB 1415, SB 5922
Funding, state, allocations distribution formula for, funding for physical, social, and emotional support staff: HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), HB 1985, SB 5595, SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595, SB 5922
Funding, state, applying appropriations to religious instruction etc., constitutional amendment to remove prohibition: HJR 4206
Funding, state, enhanced assistance for new consolidated districts: SB 5487
Funding, state, expanding beyond "common schools" to "K-12 education" via constitutional amendment: HJR 4206
Funding, state, staffing enrichments, funding for physical, social, and emotional support staff: HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), HB 1985, SB 5595, SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595
Governance, collaborative school-based model for, authorizing: SB 5536
Grades/transcripts, withholding for student damage to property, prohibiting: HB 1176, * ESHB 1176, CH 120 (2021)
Graduates, recent, long-term services and supports trust program exemption: HB 1599
Graduation requirements, career and college ready, provisions: HB 1162, SHB 1162, HB 1396
Graduation requirements, changes to and emergency waivers of: HB 1162, SHB 1162
Graduation requirements, communism, history and negative effects of, studying: SB 5374
Graduation requirements, credit/subject area, emergency waivers for individual students: * EHB 1121, CH 7 (2021)
Graduation requirements, graduation pathway options, performance exhibition as additional option: SHB 1162, E2SHB 1162
Graduation requirements, graduation pathway options, portfolio submission as additional option: HB 1162
Graduation requirements, minimum credits for, in social studies/English language arts and math/science: SB 5902
Graduation requirements, minimum credits for, one credit each of physical education and health: SB 5734
Graduation requirements, minimum, reducing credit requirement: HB 1162, SHB 1162
Graduation requirements, substituting computer science for 3rd-year math or science course: * SB 5299, CH 307 (2021)
Graduation requirements, tribal activities/traditional education/leadership development programs participation, credits for: HB 2090
Graduation requirements, U.S. constitution, study of, meeting via heritage guide to constitution: SB 5374
Graduation requirements, U.S. history and government minimum credits, increasing: HB 1396
Graduation, plans, high school and beyond, in connection with IDD students in special education: SB 5790, * SSB 5790, CH 167 (2022)
Graduation, plans, high school and beyond, moving provisions into separate RCW section: SB 5902
Graduation, plans, high school and beyond, various provisions: SB 5902
Graduation: a team effort partnership advisory committee, duties of: * HB 1834, CH 31 (2022)
Health centers, school-based health center program office, establishing: HB 1225, * SHB 1225, CH 68 (2021)
Health education, public health education advisory committee, convening: HB 1149
Health education, public health knowledge/skills needed by students in grades 9-12: HB 1149
Health, bone marrow donation, awareness of, public school instruction in: SB 5594, SSB 5594
Health, epilepsy/seizure disorders, students with, health plans and parent-designated adults for: HB 1085, * SHB 1085, CH 29 (2021)
Health, medication administration, certain nasal sprays, revising provisions: HB 1085, * SHB 1085, CH 29 (2021)
Health, mental health, absence for mental health reasons to be excused absence: * HB 1834, CH 31 (2022)
Health, one credit of, as minimum for graduation: SB 5734
Health-related measures, restricting education participation due to declining to comply with, prohibiting: HB 1305, HB 1317
Health/behavioral health, school-based health center program office, establishing: HB 1225, * SHB 1225, CH 68 (2021)
Health/behavioral health, suicide prevention/mental health/substance use/eating disorders information for students: HB 1373, * SHB 1373, CH 167 (2021)
Health/social services, funding, reclassifying as physical, social, and emotional support staff funding: HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), HB 1985, SB 5595, SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595, SB 5922
Henrietta Lacks Health and Bioscience High School, recognizing Henrietta Lacks' contribution to medicine: * SR 8604 (2021)
High school diploma or credential, state residents ages 18 to 44 who lack a, caseload forecast council to forecast: HB 1943, SB 5771
History/government, United States, minimum credits for graduation of, increasing: HB 1396
Home instruction, family empowerment scholarship program, establishing: HB 1633, HB 2131
Home school day, recognizing May 1st as: HB 1693
Home-based instruction, educational goods/services for, reimbursement of parents via freedom in education program for: HB 1555
Home-based instruction, K-12 education scholarship program, as voucher program, establishing: HB 1215, HB 2042
Homeless students, individual transportation arrangements for: HB 1808, SB 5581, SSB 5581
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccine, if added to list of required vaccines, exempting child using DOH form: SB 5682
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccine, if added to school-required vaccines, nonbinding without district adoption: SB 5777
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccine, prioritizing school teachers and classified/private school staff for receipt of: HB 1420
Immunization, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, exemption when medical/philosophical/religious objection: HB 1065
Immunization, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, prohibitions and exemption: HB 1065
Immunization, measles-mumps-rubella, philosophical or personal objection: HB 1006
Immunization, program for school-age children, modifying provisions via students' medical freedom act: HB 1968
Immunization, rule/ordinance/order/policy requiring receipt for COVID of, prohibiting: HB 1720, SB 5144
Immunizations, minimum required for schools/day care centers, prohibiting board of health from establishing: HB 1968
Indian boarding schools, surviving children of, recognizing and remembering: * SR 8661 (2022)
Indian history/culture/government of nearest tribe, in social studies: SB 5161
Indian names/symbols/images, as school mascots/logos/team names, prohibition, compliance transitional support grants: * SHB 1356, CH 128 (2021)
Indian names/symbols/images, use by public schools as mascots/logos/team names, prohibiting: HB 1356, * SHB 1356, CH 128 (2021), SB 5450
Indian tribal activities/traditional education/leadership development programs participation, earning credits for: HB 2090
Indian tribal consultation training and schedule, WSSDA/OSPI collaboration on: SB 5252
Indian tribal consultation training and schedule, WSSDA/OSPI/others collaboration on: * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Indian tribal leaders congress on education collaboration with WSSDA/OSPI: SB 5252
Indian tribal leaders congress on education collaboration with WSSDA/OSPI/others: * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Indian tribal schools, bone marrow donation, awareness of, instruction in: SB 5594, SSB 5594
Indian tribal schools, enrollment stabilization allocations for, when: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Indian tribal schools, financial education requirements: HB 1938
Indian tribal schools, lead in drinking water, sampling/testing at outlets for, opting into: HB 1139, SHB 1139, * E2SHB 1139, CH 154 (2021)
Indian tribal schools, local effort assistance, increasing maximum per student amount to provide enhancement: SB 5922
Indian tribal schools, outdoor learning grant program, and outdoor education experiences program within, establishing: * 2SHB 2078, CH 112 (2022)
Indian tribal schools, resumption of in-person instruction, as required learning option, when: SB 5464
Indian tribal schools, school seismic safety grant program, establishing: HB 2095, SB 5933, * SSB 5933, CH 113 (2022)
Indian tribal schools, student transportation services during remote instruction: * E2SSB 5128, CH 234 (2021)
Indian tribal schools, teacher syllabi and instructional materials, by grade or course, posting on website: HB 2056
Indian tribal schools, USDA community eligibility provision participation by: HB 1878, * SHB 1878, CH 7 (2022), SB 5798
Indian tribes and districts, data sharing: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Indian tribes and districts, tribal councils and boards, regional meetings: SB 5252, * SSB 5252, CH 9 (2022)
Indian tribes, "Since Time Immemorial" curriculum, role of John McCoy, former state representative/senator: * SR 8623 (2021)
Institutional education program, elective computer science course for youth in juvenile institution: * SB 5657, CH 234 (2022)
Institutional education program, for youth in/released from secure facilities, duties of agencies and advisory group: SHB 1295, * E2SHB 1295, CH 164 (2021)
Institutional education program, for youth in/released from secure facilities, duties of agencies and work group: HB 1295
Institutional education program, institutional education accountability work group, establishing: HB 1295
Institutional education program, institutional education structure and accountability advisory group, establishing: SHB 1295, * E2SHB 1295, CH 164 (2021)
Institutional education providers, notification of education ombuds office services by: * SSB 5376, CH 222 (2022)
Institutional education system, reformed, establishment/implementation/funding recommendations: SHB 1295, * E2SHB 1295, CH 164 (2021)
Instructional materials, core and supplemental, parents/legal guardians access via website to: SB 5806
Interpreters, language access, for schools, credentialing of: * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV
Juneteenth, as school holiday: HB 1617, * SHB 1617, CH 198 (2022)
K-12 education scholarship program, as voucher program for private schools or home-based instruction, establishing: HB 1215, HB 2042
K-12 intensive tutoring grant program, establishing: SB 5979
K-12 schools, public and private, education vouchers for, at request of parents: SB 5205
Language access advisory committee, establishing: * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV
Language access plans/programs for family engagement, implementing: * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV
Language access programs, for culturally responsive systemic family engagement, districts to implement: HB 1153, SHB 1153
Learning assistance program, addressing COVID-caused academic deficits using appropriations for: HB 1208
Learning assistance program, addressing COVID-related academic/nonacademic needs using appropriations for: * SHB 1208, CH 111 (2021)
Learning assistance program, calculating allocations for, using 2019-2020 enrollments, when: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Learning assistance program, increasing funding for: SB 5922
Learning devices, digital navigator program for training and technical support: HB 1365, HB 1450
Learning devices, student learning device grant program, establishing, OSPI role: HB 1365, HB 1450
Learning devices, technology consultation/procurement/training for local school districts: SHB 1365, * E2SHB 1365, CH 301 (2021)
Learning devices, technology grant program, establishing, OSPI role: SHB 1365, * E2SHB 1365, CH 301 (2021)
Learning devices, technology initiatives and school/school district progress toward goals: SHB 1365, * E2SHB 1365, CH 301 (2021)
Learning devices/computers/peripheral devices, procurement program for: HB 1365, HB 1450
Learning loss/missed extracurricular activities due to COVID, bridge year pilot program, establishing: SB 5265, SSB 5265, 2SSB 5265
Learning opportunities, career-connected, in agriculture, food, and natural resource sciences: HB 1544
Levies for schools, authorization of, information for public about, district to use standardized template for: SB 5334
Levies for schools, capital projects bond authorization training for district boards of directors: HB 1306, SHB 1306
Levies for schools, enrichment, calculating authority for, using 2019-2020 enrollments, when: HB 1476, * ESHB 1476, CH 221 (2021), HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Levies for schools, enrichment, expenditure requirements, when audit shows failure to comply, penalty, removing: HB 1500
Levies for schools, enrichment, limit reduction for: SB 5922
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, at least 55% of voters to authorize: SB 5386, SJR 8204
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, simple majority to authorize: HB 1226, HJR 4200
Levies for schools, state and state additional property taxes, eliminating over four years: HB 1371
Levies for schools, state and state additional property taxes, lowering rate to $0.00 for 2023: HB 2126
Levies for schools, state and state additional property taxes, valuation for, at lesser of true/fair value or 2018 value: HB 2129
Levies for schools, state and state additional property taxes, valuation for, lowering to 75 percent of true/fair value: HB 2125
Levies for schools, state property tax levies, property valuation for, at lesser of true/fair value or 2018 value: HB 2129
Levies for schools, state property tax levies, property valuation for, lowering to 75 percent of true and fair value: HB 2125
Levies for schools, state property tax, limitations upon, part I and part II highest lawful levy amounts: HB 1358, HB 1898
Levies for schools, state/local enrichment, single-family homes with children home-/private-schooled, exemption: SB 5257
Levies, state property tax, statements or notices of taxes due, "school tax" or similar phrase in, prohibiting: HB 1581
Mascots/logos/team names, public school use of Native American names/symbols/images as, prohibiting: HB 1356, * SHB 1356, CH 128 (2021), SB 5450
Mastery-based learning, barriers to, work group on, cross-disciplinary student skills profile, developing: SB 5249, * SSB 5249, CH 144 (2021)
Meal programs, reduced-price lunches, eliminating copays: * EHB 1342, CH 74 (2021)
Meal programs, school breakfast/national school lunch, income information electronic repository for, establishing: * HB 1833, CH 111 (2022)
Meals, requiring K-8 students to eat or drink outside, prohibiting, and limiting student option to eat/drink outside: HB 1976
Media literacy and digital citizenship, regional conferences on, convening: * E2SHB 1365, CH 301 (2021)
Media literacy and digital citizenship, supporting through district leadership teams, grant program: * E2SHB 1365, CH 301 (2021), SB 5242
Menstrual hygiene products, in gender-neutral and female-student bathrooms, providing: HB 1273, * ESHB 1273, CH 163 (2021), SB 5070
Menstrual hygiene products, in school health room/other location in school with grades 3 through 5, providing: * ESHB 1273, CH 163 (2021)
Mental health, psychologists and social workers, as physical/social/emotional support staff, allocations for: HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), HB 1985, SB 5595, SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595, SB 5922
Microschools, public K-12, operation by certificated teachers, pilot project for, OSPI to establish: SB 5871
Military-friendly schools, committed to military students/families, purple star award to recognize, creating: SB 5762, SSB 5762
Nurses, as physical/social/emotional support staff, allocations for: HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), HB 1985, SB 5595, SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595, SB 5922
Nurses, at least one dedicated nurse on site for each public school, requiring: SHB 1664
Nurses, school, additional staffing units for funding of: SB 5922
Nursing assistants, certified, high school student CNA's/trainees utilization in rural hospitals, pilot programs for: SB 5892, SSB 5892
Outdoor learning grant program, and outdoor education experiences program within, establishing: SHB 2078, * 2SHB 2078, CH 112 (2022)
Outdoor school for all program, establishing and awarding grants for: HB 2014, HB 2078, SB 5905, SB 5925
Outdoor/nature-based education programs in schools, pilot project for, establishing: HB 1466
Paraeducators, fundamental course of study for, deadlines for providing and requirements for in-person instruction: EHB 1942
Parents and families of Washington state's students, recognizing their important role and honoring: * HR 4649 (2022)
Parents' bill of rights, when child receiving public education, establishing and posting online: HB 2087, SB 5858
Performing/visual arts, regular instruction in at least one visual art and one performing art at each public school: SB 5878, * ESSB 5878, CH 250 (2022)
Physical education, credits, earning via voluntary community service actions: HB 1452
Physical education, one credit of, as minimum for graduation: SB 5734
Principals, future educators month, celebrating: * SR 8605 (2021)
Principals, preparation programs, Indian history/culture/government in: SB 5161
Private schools and tutoring services, student scholarship organizations providing scholarships for: SB 5200
Private schools, drinking water sampling/testing for lead, requirements: HB 1139, SHB 1139
Private schools, educational goods/services for, reimbursement of parents via freedom in education program for: HB 1555
Private schools, family empowerment scholarship program, establishing: HB 1633, HB 2131
Private schools, instructional hours and days/year, emergency waiver: * EHB 1131, CH 8 (2021)
Private schools, K-12 education scholarship program, as voucher program, establishing: HB 1215, HB 2042
Private schools, K-12 education vouchers for public and, at request of parents: SB 5205
Professional learning days, cultural competency/diversity/equity/inclusion standards and training during: * ESSB 5044, CH 197 (2021)
Professional learning days, for institutional education program staff: SHB 1295, * E2SHB 1295, CH 164 (2021)
Professional learning days, training in equity/diversity/inclusion/antiracism/cultural competency: SB 5044
Public education, when child receiving, parents'/legal guardians' rights, establishing and posting online: HB 2087, SB 5858
Public speaking and confidence/leadership, pilot project grant program for: HB 1270
Racism, institutional, training for staff/boards/superintendents in dismantling: SB 5044
Racism, institutional, training for staff/boards/superintendents in order to dismantle: * ESSB 5044, CH 197 (2021)
Residential schools or juvenile detention facilities, enrollment stabilization allocations for, when: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Residential schools, institutional education program, duties of agencies and accountability work group: HB 1295
Residential schools, institutional education program, duties of agencies and structure/accountability advisory group: SHB 1295, * E2SHB 1295, CH 164 (2021)
Ridgefield High School, student Trey Knight, track and field athlete and national high school hammer throw record holder, honoring: * HR 4616 (2021)
Running start program, eligible students with financial need in, subsidizing costs via eligible student program: SHB 1760
Running start program, funding students participating in, up to FTE limit: E2SHB 1760
Running start program, low-income students in, subsidizing costs via low-income student program: HB 1760
Running start program, mandatory fees, mandatory waiver of all: SSB 5719
Running start program, running start summer school program, establishing: HB 1760, SHB 1760
Running start program, summer school pilot program, repealing: E2SHB 1760
Running start program, tuition/fees, textbook fees in lieu of, with low-income student textbook fee waivers: SB 5719
Running start program, various provisions, modifying: E2SHB 1760
Safety, bicycle and pedestrian programs, duties of: HB 1039
Safety, bicycle education grant program, statewide school-based, establishing: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Safety, drills, conducted by schools, prohibiting if based on active shooter scenarios: HB 1941
Safety, lockdown drills, conducted by schools, basing on active shooter scenarios, restrictions/requirements: * SHB 1941, CH 77 (2022)
Safety, pedestrian and bicycle curriculum for, updating: HB 1039
Safety, roadways in school walk areas, automated traffic safety cameras for speed violations in: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Safety, safe routes to school program, funding and analysis of: HB 1607
Safety, safe routes to school program, grant funding under, when: HB 1039
Safety, school seismic safety grant program, for school seismic safety grants and planning grants, establishing: HB 2095, SB 5933, * SSB 5933, CH 113 (2022)
Safety/security services, K-12, provided by classified staff or contractors, requirements and training program: HB 1214, * ESHB 1214, CH 38 (2021)
Security, for public K-12 school system, background checks and training: HB 1737, SB 5569
Sexual assault in schools, victim-centered trauma-informed approach to responding to: HB 1916, SHB 1916
Sexual health education, comprehensive, compliance dates for, delaying: HB 1422
Sexual health education, comprehensive, sex trafficking, teaching how to prevent and avoid being recruited into: HB 2016
Sexual health education, comprehensive, student participation in, written parental/guardian approval before: SB 5805
Skill center programs, career and technical education and, class sizes for, reducing: SB 5922
Skill center programs, career and technical education class size for, reducing: HB 1415, HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022)
Skill center students, funding for classes in sending districts, provisions concerning: HB 2011
Special education, enrollment stabilization allocations for, when: HB 1476, HB 1590, * SHB 1590, CH 108 (2022), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Special education, IDD students, transition plans/high school and beyond plans/school to work program/etc.: SB 5790, * SSB 5790, CH 167 (2022)
Special education, increasing funding for: SB 5922
Special education, individual transportation of students with IEP: HB 1808, SB 5581, SSB 5581
Special education, students with IEPs, in-person instruction resumption priority groups for delivery to include: SHB 1366
Sports, high school, bridge year pilot program for addressing missed opportunities, establishing: SB 5265, SSB 5265, 2SSB 5265
Sports, individual competition intended for female students, prohibiting students assigned male sex at birth from participation: HB 1556
Sports, practices/competitions, mandatory mask/face covering or COVID-19 testing for, prohibiting, when: HB 1887
Sports, school team names, using Native American names/symbols for, prohibiting: HB 1356, * SHB 1356, CH 128 (2021), SB 5450
Staff, cultural competency/diversity/equity/inclusion standards and training for: * ESSB 5044, CH 197 (2021)
Staff, equity/diversity/inclusion/antiracism/cultural competency training for: SB 5044
Staff, limited mental health staff certificate, for counseling of students impacted by COVID-19: HB 1444
Staff, secondary traumatic stress in K-12 workforce, model policy/procedure to prevent/address: HB 1363, * SHB 1363, CH 129 (2021)
STEM education innovation alliance, STEM education report card, data in: SB 5553, SSB 5553
Student learning, center for improvement of, duties: * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV, HB 1208, * SHB 1208, CH 111 (2021)
Student success, supporting, 2015 WSU report and recommendations on, updating: HB 1746, SHB 1746
Students not meeting academic standards, performance goals for, adopting/revising: HB 1208, * SHB 1208, CH 111 (2021)
Students, highly capable, programs and services for, equity in: HB 1404, HB 1611
Students, highly capable, programs for, enhancing access to and funding for: SB 5922
Students, K-8, requiring eating or drinking to be done outside, prohibiting, and limiting student outdoor option: HB 1976
Students, male, gender-based disparities and disproportionate negative outcomes for, efforts to reduce: HB 1917
Students, parents and families of Washington state's, recognizing their important role and honoring: * HR 4649 (2022)
Students, resumption of in-person instruction to prioritize delivery to certain groups of: HB 1366, SHB 1366
Students, transgender, policies/procedures, district primary contact regarding: HB 1900
Students, when the subject of dependency proceedings, education requirements for: HB 1955, * SHB 1955, CH 78 (2022)
Students, with disabilities, improving attendance via necessary services: HB 1113, SB 5153
Students, with disabilities/developmental disabilities, school buses for transporting, video recording devices for: HB 2054
Students, with epilepsy/seizure disorders, health plans and parent-designated adults: HB 1085, * SHB 1085, CH 29 (2021)
Supplies, shop local and save sales and use tax holiday to include: HB 2018
Teachers, African American studies specialty endorsement for, creating: HB 1829
Teachers, certificated instructional staff experience factors, adding to regionalization factors for compensation: HB 1419
Teachers, certification, cultural competency standards, rubric for measuring: SB 5057
Teachers, compensation, basic education allocations for, rebasing of: HB 1266
Teachers, continuing education, to include equity-based school practices: HB 1426, * ESHB 1426, CH 77 (2021)
Teachers, cultural competency/diversity/equity/inclusion standards and training for: * ESSB 5044, CH 197 (2021)
Teachers, future educators month, celebrating: * SR 8605 (2021)
Teachers, housing for, school district role and tax exemption: SB 5043
Teachers, residency certification, evaluation and recommendation for: HB 1028, SHB 1028, * 2SHB 1028, CH 198 (2021)
Teachers, residency certification, evidence-based assessment of teaching effectiveness for, repealing: HB 1028, SHB 1028, * 2SHB 1028, CH 198 (2021)
Teachers, residency certification, removing assessment requirement for: SB 5057
Teachers, retired but reentering school district employment while receiving pension payments, when: HB 1699, * ESHB 1699, CH 110 (2022)
Teachers, syllabi and instructional materials, by grade or course, district to post on website: HB 2056
Teachers, training in equity/diversity/inclusion/antiracism/cultural competency for: SB 5044
Teachers, with certificates/permits, reprimands of, rules for and work group on reviewing/vacating: HB 1791
Teachers, with certificates/permits, reprimands of, rules for reviewing/vacating: SHB 1791
Technology, equity gaps in public schools, state plan for reducing: HB 1365, HB 1450
Therapy animals and their human handlers, celebrating/honoring, and saluting therapy animal teams' service: * HR 4656 (2022)
Traffic safety education, traffic stops for infractions, driver-law enforcement interactive best practices training about: HB 1585
Transportation, during emergency, expanded services/funds allocation calculations, during remote instruction: SB 5128, SSB 5128
Transportation, during emergency, expanded services/funds allocation, during remote instruction: * E2SSB 5128, CH 234 (2021)
Transportation, of pupils, vehicle transition to electric/alternative fuel vehicles, feasibility plans/charging stations: HB 1644
Transportation, of pupils, vehicle transition to electric/zero emission vehicles, feasibility plans/charging stations: * SHB 1644, CH 200 (2022)
Transportation, of students, individual arrangements for, costs/allocations and certain reports: HB 1808, SB 5581, SSB 5581
Transportation, private entity contractors providing, entity to provide health/pension benefits for its employees: SB 5326, SSB 5326
Tutoring, K-12 intensive tutoring grant program, establishing: SB 5979
Universal teleconnect service program, state, establishing: HB 1460, SHB 1460
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccine, if added to list of required vaccines, exempting child using DOH form: SB 5682
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccine, if added to school-required vaccines, nonbinding without district adoption: SB 5777
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccine, prioritizing school teachers and classified/private school staff for receipt of: HB 1420
Vaccination, immunization program for school-age children, modifying provisions via students' medical freedom act: HB 1968
Vaccination, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, exemption when medical/philosophical/religious objection: HB 1065
Vaccination, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, prohibitions and exemption: HB 1065
Vaccination, measles-mumps-rubella, philosophical or personal objection: HB 1006
Vaccination, minimum required for schools/day care centers, prohibiting board of health from establishing: HB 1968
Vaccination, rule/ordinance/order/policy requiring receipt for COVID of, prohibiting: HB 1720, SB 5144
Visual/performing arts, regular instruction in at least one visual art and one performing art at each public school: SB 5878, * ESSB 5878, CH 250 (2022)
Water, lead in, sampling/testing at drinking water outlets, requirements: HB 1139, SHB 1139, * E2SHB 1139, CH 154 (2021)
Weapons, spring blade knives/stun guns/electric shock weapons, warrantless arrests: SHB 1224
Weapons/firearms, in facilities during meetings of district boards of directors, prohibiting: HB 1630
Weapons/firearms, knowingly in facilities during meetings of district boards of directors, prohibiting: * ESHB 1630, CH 106 (2022)
Wilfong, Ester, teacher, administrator, and professional association leader, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4659 (2022)
Year, 12-month school, extending number of days to, program for: SB 5147
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Best available science, using for critical areas and fish/wildlife habitat conservation areas under GMA: SB 5314
Biodiversity, national strategy for, calling on federal government to establish: SJM 8009
Cultural access programs, sales/use tax for, imposition by a city, when: HB 1058
Mount St. Helens special license plates, creating to promote science, etc.: HB 1252
Schillinger, Dr. Bill, professor emeritus, agronomist, and former director of WSU Dryland Research Station, honoring: * SR 8645 (2022)
STEM education innovation alliance, STEM education report card, data in: SB 5553, SSB 5553
STEM education, youth development programs promoting, voluntary grassroots advocacy organizations sponsoring: SB 5643, SSB 5643, 2SSB 5643
Youth educational programming, capital facilities used for, deferred local sales/use tax funds use for: SB 5080, * SSB 5080, CH 178 (2021)
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Pinniped predation, effect on chinook salmon, appropriate management actions, management panel to assess: SB 5404
Pinniped predation, effect on salmon/steelhead, appropriate management actions, management panel to assess: SSB 5404
Pinniped predation, extent/effect on chinook salmon in Puget Sound/outer coast, science panel to review/evaluate: SB 5404
Pinniped predation, extent/effect on salmon/steelhead in Salish Sea/outer coast, science panel to review/evaluate: SSB 5404
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Address confidentiality program, eligibility of election officials due to cyber harassment for: * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
Archivist, chief, secretary document recording standards role as: * SB 5019, CH 137 (2021)
Cyber harassment, of certain secretary of state's office staff and other election officials, class C felony: * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
Data brokers, registration with secretary: SB 5813
Data, personal identity, verifiable credentials for protecting, secretary role: SB 5534
Election officials, cyber harassment of, class C felony: * ESSB 5628, CH 231 (2022)
Elections, post-certification audits of ballots/counting systems, independent company to conduct, secretary role: HB 1506
Elections, pre-certification audits of ballots and the manual count, secretary role: HB 1778
Elections, ranked choice voting as local government option, secretary role: SSB 5584
Global war on terror, service members who died in, memorial on capitol campus, account for, secretary role: * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Recording standards commission, creating/appointing, secretary role: * SB 5019, CH 137 (2021)
Recording standards for documents, uniform, secretary rule-making authority: * SB 5019, CH 137 (2021)
Tax increase legislation, general election advisory votes, secretary to communicate results to office of code reviser: HB 1582
Term limit, constitutional amendment: HJR 4207
Voter registration at state agencies, secure automatic, secretary role: