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Abuse or neglect of children, hotline for reporting, posting: HB 1563
Academic, innovation, and mentoring (AIM) program, Washington: SB 5258, SSB 5258, * 2SSB 5258, CH 180 (2017)
Academic, mentoring, and innovation grant account, license plate fee deposits into: SSB 6489
Acceleration incentive program, academic, provisions: HB 2495, SB 6135, ESSB 6135
Acceleration, eligibility and dual credit courses: HB 2495, HB 2868, SB 6135, ESSB 6135, SB 6209
Administrators, DEL licensing decisions, community appeals boards, establishing: HB 1957
Administrators, professional certification, prohibiting requiring of: HB 1341
Administrators, professional development credit option for certification: SHB 1341, SB 5858
Advanced placement, computer science courses as math equivalent: HB 2491, * SB 6136, CH 73 (2018)
Agricultural education organization, students in, livestock show expenses tax exemptions: SB 6571, SSB 6571
Agriculture science education grant program and lighthouse account, creating: HB 1453, SB 5318
Allergen information, posting at public schools: HB 1878
Alternative learning experience courses, remote and site-based: HB 2492, * SB 6134, CH 56 (2018)
Alternative learning experience courses, vocational, state allocations: HB 2815, SB 6389, SSB 6389
Applied learning opportunities, applied learning advisory committee, establishing: HB 1313
Aptitude test, preliminary scholastic, administering to certain students: HB 2868, SB 6209
Assessment tests, as graduation requirements, various provisions: HB 1012, HB 1046, ESHB 1046, HB 1256, HB 1415, HB 1572, HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5202, 2ESB 5891, SB 5951, SB 6144
Assessment tests, English language arts: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Assessment tests, mathematics: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Assessment tests, nonfederally required, eliminating: SB 6144
Assessment tests, reading, second grade: HB 2493, SB 6132, SSB 6132
Assessment tests, SAT and ACT tests: HB 1793, HB 2224, SB 5951
Assessment tests, science requirements: HB 1012, HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), 2ESB 5891, SB 5951
Assessment tests, using ACT for federal accountability purposes: HB 1415
Assessment tests, various duties of board of education, transferring to OSPI: HB 1886, SB 5673
Assessments, alternative, taking without taking statewide assessment, when: SB 5639
Assessments, private schools, extending requirements to: SB 5949
Battle Ground High School drama club, recognizing: * HR 4621 (2017)
Behavioral health threat assessment, regional school safety centers, role of: SSB 6410, 2SSB 6410, SSB 6620
Bethel school district, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6483, SB 6591
Bonds and payment levies, notice for election, contents of: SSB 6246
Bonds and payment levies, school district, minimum 55% of voters to authorize: SB 6246, SSB 6246, SJR 8213
Bonds and payment levies, school district, simple majority for authorizing: HB 1778, HB 1779, HJR 4203, HJR 4204, SB 5076, SJR 8202
Buildings, mapping of, when: HB 1982, SB 6410
Buildings, safety upgrades, surveys, and reporting: SHB 1703
Bullying, district antiharassment, intimidation, and bullying policy, provisions: SB 5766, SSB 5766
Bus stops, marijuana businesses by, prohibition: HB 2483
Buses, replacing with alternative fuel buses, when: SB 5931, SB 6080, SSB 6080
Buses, safety belts in: HB 1246, SHB 1246, SB 5054, SB 5503, SSB 5503
Buses, school, definition: SB 5503, SSB 5503
Buses, traffic safety cameras on, requirements and infraction revenues: HB 1246, SHB 1246
Camas High School Papermakers boys' swim team, honoring: * HR 4627 (2017)
Camas High School Papermakers football team, congratulating: * HR 4607 (2017)
Camas High School Papermakers girls' gymnastics team, congratulating: * HR 4683 (2018)
Camas High School Papermakers girls' soccer team, honoring: * HR 4608 (2017)
Career and technical education, course equivalencies for, increasing: HB 2494, SSB 5853, SB 6133, * SSB 6133, CH 191 (2018)
Career and technical education, provisions: HB 1282, HB 1756, 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827, HB 1898, HB 2146, ESHB 2311, HB 2641, HB 2656, SHB 2656, HB 2815, SB 5183, SB 5206, SB 5622, SB 5853, SSB 5853, SB 6389, SSB 6389, SB 6398
Certificates of achievement, academic and individual, as private school requirement: SB 5949
Certificates of achievement, academic and individual, discontinuing: HB 1046, ESHB 1046, HB 1256, SB 6144
Certificates of achievement, academic and individual, discontinuing as graduation requirements: HB 2621
Certificates of achievement, academic, discontinuing: HB 1415
Certificates of achievement, academic, revising requirements: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Certificates of achievement, academic, student outcomes report: HB 1793
Certificates of achievement, individual, special education student recipients of: SB 5348, SSB 5348
Charter schools, districts as authorizers of, approval by board of education: HB 1886, SB 5673
Charter schools, funding: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Charter schools, in publicly funded system, constitutional amendment: SJR 8200
Charter schools, interschool athletics and extracurricular activities participation: HB 1208, * SB 5129, CH 60 (2017)
Charter schools, school employees' benefits board revisions concerning: HB 2438, SB 6241, * ESSB 6241, CH 260 (2018)
Civic learning, public-private partnership and account, establishing: SB 5236, SSB 5236, 2SSB 5236
Civics component of federal naturalization test, as graduation prerequisite: HB 1706
Civics education, Ed Bergh, Yelm High School history teacher, honoring the career of: * HR 4625 (2017)
Civics education, enhanced, demonstration-site districts: SHB 1896, * 2SHB 1896, CH 127 (2018)
Civics education, expanded, teacher training program for, establishing: HB 1896, SHB 1896, * 2SHB 1896, CH 127 (2018), SB 5668
Civics program for students, responsible participation in government, developing: SB 5313, SSB 5313
Civics, stand-alone course in, requirements: SHB 1896, * 2SHB 1896, CH 127 (2018)
Climate change and carbon pollution reduction, education programs on: 2SSB 6203
Coaches, retired teachers as, postretirement employment under TRS: SB 5310, SSB 5310
College and career readiness, new account funding for, provisions: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
College bound scholarship program, various provisions: HB 1293, SHB 1293, * 2SHB 1293, CH 12 (2018), * E3SHB 1488, CH 204 (2018), HB 1512, SHB 1512, E2SHB 1512, 3SHB 1512, HB 2386, SHB 2386, SB 5074, SSB 5074
College preparation and concurrent enrollment programs, work groups, convening: HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6398
College preparatory programs with examination, college credits for, when: HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6398
Composting, in public schools, student opportunity for: HB 1781, SB 5571, SB 6168
Concurrent enrollment and college preparation programs, work groups, convening: HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6398
Concurrent enrollment programs, college credits for coursework, when: HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6398
Construction, K-3 class size reduction construction grant pilot program, modifying: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Construction, labor and materials sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1203
Construction, lottery revenue bonds for, authorizing: HB 1517, HB 1694, SHB 1694
Construction, public and charter, via indebtedness, sales and use tax exemption: SB 5166
Construction, school construction assistance program, modifying: HB 2953, SB 5702, ESSB 5702, SB 6531, SSB 6531
Construction, small rural districts, advisory committee: HB 1923, SB 5453, SSB 5453
Construction, small rural districts, school construction assistance program grants: HB 1923, SB 5453, SSB 5453
Counselors, bilingual educator initiative, including pilot projects: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Counselors, guidance, funding enhancements for: HB 2185
Counselors, guidance, supporting student social-emotional learning: HB 1621
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, collaboration time, grant program for: HB 1377, SHB 1377, * 2SHB 1377, CH 200 (2018)
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, meeting student mental health needs: HB 1377, SHB 1377, * 2SHB 1377, CH 200 (2018)
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, school, task force on, convening: HB 1377, SHB 1377
Counselors, psychologists, and social workers, social-emotional learning support: HB 1621
Counselors, retired teachers as, postretirement employment under TRS: SSB 5310
Courseware, openly licensed, library of, provisions: HB 1688, SB 6201, SB 6421, SSB 6421
Curlew School District, Charlie Groth, teacher and coach, recognizing: * SR 8674 (2017)
Curlew School District, Don Nelson, teacher and coach, recognizing: * SR 8673 (2017)
Cursive writing, teaching in common schools: SB 5238
Day, "school day" duties/responsibilities, work group on, convening: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Days, instructional, outdoor-based-activity student learning as, curricula for: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Digital citizenship, media literacy, and internet safety, advancing in schools: SB 5449, * ESSB 5449, CH 90 (2017)
Disabilities, children from birth to 2, early intervention services funding model: * ESSB 6257, CH 261 (2018)
Disabilities, children from birth to 3, early intervention services, lead agency for: HB 2650, SB 6257
Discrimination, on basis of sex, Title IX protections in K-12 schools against: HB 2866
Districts, accounting practices technical working group, convening: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5623
Districts, as charter school authorizers, approval by board of education: HB 1886, SB 5673
Districts, basic health benefits for all districts to be determined by PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
Districts, basic health coverage offered by, family-to-single premium cost ratio: SB 5727
Districts, Bethel, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6483, SB 6591
Districts, board of directors member compensation: SB 5115
Districts, board of directors, proportional voting system authorizing by and for: HB 2746, SB 6402
Districts, Brewster, Gary Knowlton, former teacher, honoring the life of: * HR 4660 (2018)
Districts, Cheney, Tami Skillingstad, 2018 state assistant principal of the year, recognizing: * HR 4677 (2018)
Districts, Darrington, Linne Haywood, honoring for her service to: * HR 4658 (2018)
Districts, duty to protect students from sexual assault, when: SB 5505
Districts, Eatonville, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6591
Districts, education sector excellence assessment framework, implementing, pilot: SB 5567
Districts, elections, district-based: SHB 1800, * ESSB 6002, CH 113 (2018)
Districts, elections, district-based or alternative: HB 1800, SB 5067, SB 5267, SB 6002
Districts, employee benefits annual reports, eliminating: * HB 1042, CH 7 (2017)
Districts, employee compensation regionalization factors, adjacent district increases: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Districts, Federal Way, regionalization factor for employee compensation: HB 2366, SB 6447, SB 6483
Districts, first- and second-class, renaming as class one and class two: SB 5641, SSB 5641
Districts, four-year budget planning, requirements: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Districts, Franklin Pierce, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6483
Districts, health benefit plans, same percentage cost share for all employees: HB 2110
Districts, information concerning, in real estate seller disclosure statements: HB 1579
Districts, Kennewick and Pasco district compensation regionalization factors: HB 2982, SB 6568
Districts, Lake Stevens, Jeff Page, teacher and coach, honoring: * SR 8725 (2018)
Districts, local revenues, enrichment restrictions and administrative requirements: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Districts, not liable for student criminal conduct outside supervision: SB 5226, SB 5505
Districts, Olympia and Tumwater district compensation regionalization factors: HB 2810, SB 6494
Districts, paraeducator programs, implementing to test, when: HB 1115, SB 5070
Districts, Pasco and Kennewick district compensation regionalization factors: HB 2982, SB 6568
Districts, Prosser, Dr. Ray Tolcacher, superintendent, honoring: * HR 4656 (2018)
Districts, Rainier, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6591
Districts, Renton, Dr. Gary Kohlwes, former superintendent, recognizing: * HR 4672 (2018)
Districts, school employees' benefits board programs participation, exemption, when: HB 2755, SB 6461
Districts, separate accounting of state, local, and federal revenue expenditures: SB 5825
Districts, small rural, school construction assistance program grants for: HB 1923, SB 5453, SSB 5453
Districts, Spokane 81, Mandy Manning, Washington teacher of the year, honoring: * HR 4657 (2018)
Districts, Tumwater and Olympia district compensation regionalization factors: HB 2810, SB 6494
Districts, waivers of state laws and rules, districts' authority to grant to schools: SB 5562
Districts, Yakima, board member John Vornbrock, honoring: * HR 4669 (2018)
Districts, Yelm, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6591
Driver training education, curriculum and instructors, requirements: HB 1481, * ESHB 1481, CH 197 (2017)
Dropout early warning and intervention data systems, development by districts: HB 2868, SB 6209
Dropout early warning and intervention data systems, using certain allocations for: ESSB 6135
Dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project, establishing: HB 1542
Drugs, controlled substances, drug-free zones near schools, widening: HB 2794
Dual language learning, bilingual educator initiative pilot programs: * SHB 1445, CH 236 (2017)
Dual language learning, grow your own bilingual educator grant program: HB 1445, SB 5529, SSB 5529
Dual language learning, K-12 grant program and supporting efforts: HB 1445, * SHB 1445, CH 236 (2017), SB 5529, SSB 5529
Dyslexia advisory council, convening: * E2SSB 6162, CH 75 (2018)
Dyslexia advisory council, reconvening: SSB 6162
Dyslexia, as learning disability, school screening and interventions: * E2SSB 6162, CH 75 (2018)
Dyslexia, as learning disability, school screening for: HB 2796, SB 6162, SSB 6162
Early childhood education and assistance program, funding, role of school districts: * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Early learning programs, funding from community sources, local pathway for: SB 5107, SSB 5107, * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Early learning programs, funding via additional school district enrichment levy amount: HB 2898, SB 6458, SSB 6458
Eatonville school district, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6591
Education, state board of, revising role of: HB 2824, * SHB 2824, CH 177 (2018), SB 6427
Educational service districts, alternative route teacher certification program pilot: E4SHB 1827
Educational service districts, basic health benefits to be determined by PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
Educational service districts, benefits, certain retiree premium subsidy increases: HB 2452, SB 6305
Educational service districts, education sector excellent assessment framework: SB 5567
Educational service districts, employee benefits annual reports, eliminating: * HB 1042, CH 7 (2017)
Educational service districts, flexibility school and zone designation, ESD role: HB 1705
Educational service districts, mental health lead staff person, establishing: HB 1713, SHB 1713, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Educational service districts, mental health lead staff person, mental health literacy: HB 2779, SHB 2779, * E2SHB 2779, CH 175 (2018), SB 6485, SSB 6485
Educational service districts, mental health/substance use disorder lead staff person: * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Educational service districts, NWESD, Linne Haywood, regional teacher of the year: * HR 4658 (2018)
Educational service districts, regional mental health coordinators for: HB 2496, SB 6141
Educational service districts, regional school safety centers, establishing: HB 2543, SB 6224, SSB 6410, 2SSB 6410, SSB 6620
Educational service districts, role in school safety planning of: SHB 2543
Educational service districts, school employees' benefits board revisions concerning: HB 2438, SB 6241, * ESSB 6241, CH 260 (2018)
Educational service districts, using model language access training curricula: HB 1295, HB 1451
Educational staff associates, salary allocation, years of service calculation for: HB 1374, SB 5283
Educator certification, alternative routes for certain persons: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Educator certification, professional educator collaborative, establishing: SHB 1341, 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827, SB 5858
Educator conditional scholarship and loan repayment programs, provisions: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Educator recruitment, military personnel, work group on, convening: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Educator recruitment, regional recruiters for: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Educators, beginning educator support team program, establishing: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Educators, certification, recruitment, effectiveness, retention, and supports: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Educators, space available tuition waivers for, when: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Emergencies, evacuation or lockdown, first responder schools notification role: HB 1982, SB 6410, SSB 6410, 2SSB 6410, SSB 6620
Emergencies, statewide panic button program, developing: HB 1284
Emergency response systems, expediting law enforcement response: SSB 6620
Emergency response systems, expediting law enforcement response, grants for: HB 3004, SB 6620
Employees, access to persons with developmental disabilities, background checks: SB 5605, * SSB 5605, CH 33 (2017)
Employees, basic health benefits for all districts, determination by PEBB: SB 5726, SSB 5726
Employees, benefits, certain retiree premium subsidy increases: HB 2452, SB 6305
Employees, benefits, district and educational service district reports, eliminating: * HB 1042, CH 7 (2017)
Employees, benefits, PEBB medical/dental plan eligibility for certain school employees, when: SB 6570
Employees, benefits, school employees' benefits board, adding board members: HB 2655, SB 6286
Employees, benefits, school employees' benefits board, creating: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, benefits, school employees' benefits board, district exemption, when: HB 2755, SB 6461
Employees, benefits, school employees' benefits board, participation funding conditions: HB 2657, SB 6288
Employees, benefits, school employees' benefits board, revisions: HB 2657, SB 6288
Employees, benefits, school employees' benefits board, revisions for implementing: HB 2438, SB 6241, * ESSB 6241, CH 260 (2018)
Employees, certificated and classified, cost-of-living increases: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5297, SB 5623
Employees, certificated and classified, housing allowance for, when: SB 5534, SSB 5534, SB 5607, SSB 5607
Employees, certificated and classified, inflationary salary increases: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, certificated and classified, professional learning days: HB 2185, HB 2721
Employees, certificated and classified, salaries, additional modifications: HB 2717, SB 6397
Employees, certificated and classified, salaries, full increases for 2018-2019: SB 6352, SB 6525
Employees, certificated and classified, salaries, minimum statewide average basis: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, SB 5623
Employees, certificated instructional staff, additional modifications: HB 2717, SB 6397
Employees, certificated instructional staff, ending statewide salary schedule for: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Employees, certificated instructional staff, extended-year contracts, modifying: ESSB 5875
Employees, certificated instructional staff, minimum salary and supplemental contracts: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5825
Employees, certificated instructional staff, model salary grid work group: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, certificated instructional staff, professional learning days: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Employees, certificated instructional staff, state salary allocation model, modifying: HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5297
Employees, certificated, professional learning days: SB 6362, SSB 6362
Employees, collective bargaining and salaries, modifications: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, HB 2717, SB 6352, SB 6397
Employees, collective bargaining unit representative elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Employees, compensation, Bethel district regionalization factor for: SB 6483, SB 6591
Employees, compensation, Eatonville district regionalization factor for: SB 6591
Employees, compensation, Federal Way district regionalization factor for: HB 2366, SB 6447, SB 6483
Employees, compensation, Franklin Pierce district regionalization factor for: SB 6483
Employees, compensation, Olympia and Tumwater district regionalization factors: HB 2810, SB 6494
Employees, compensation, Pasco and Kennewick district regionalization factors: HB 2982, SB 6568
Employees, compensation, Rainier district regionalization factor for: SB 6591
Employees, compensation, regionalization factors, adjacent district increases: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Employees, compensation, Yelm district regionalization factor for: SB 6591
Employees, cost-of-living adjustments, I-732 provisions, repealing: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Employees, district basic health coverage, family-to-single premium cost ratio: SB 5727
Employees, district, same health plan percentage cost share for all: HB 2110
Employees, educator preparation data, availability for PESB use: HB 1741, * SHB 1741, CH 172 (2017), SB 5526
Employees, educator professional growth plans disclosure exemption, when: * HB 1732, CH 16 (2017), SB 5547
Employees, former school, who are state officers/employees, vacation leave accrual: SB 6192
Employees, new academic, bargaining unit representative access to: HB 2624, * ESB 6229, CH 250 (2018)
Employees, nonadministrative, as substitutes after retirement: HB 2379, SB 6289
Employees, on a PESB committee, reimbursing district for substitute for: * HB 1734, CH 17 (2017), SB 5548
Employees, paid sick leave, funding in omnibus appropriations act: SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Employees, permanent, firearm possession on school grounds, authorizing, when: HB 3008
Employees, requiring union membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Employees, retired, in nonadministrative capacity, under SERS: E4SHB 1827
Employees, salaries, additional modifications for sufficient funding: HB 2717, SB 6397
Employees, salaries, full allocation increases for 2018-2019: SB 6352, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6525, SB 6616
Employees, salaries, increases through inflationary adjustment allocation: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Employees, salaries, reviewing and rebasing of allocations: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Employees, school employee salaries, technical working group on, convening: HB 2717, SB 6397
Employees, school employee salary council, creating: HB 2717, SB 6397
Employees, student suicide prevention training for staff: HB 2496, SB 6141, SSB 6141
Employees, unfair labor practices against, deadline for claims in superior court: HB 2736, * SB 6231, CH 252 (2018)
Employees, voluntary active shooter response training program for: SB 6622
Environmental and sustainability literacy plan, work group to update, convening: SB 6421, SSB 6421, 2SSB 6421
Ethnic studies, model curriculum, development and advisory committee: HB 1294
Expanded learning opportunities advisory council, within center for improvement of student learning: HB 2802, ESHB 2802
Extended learning opportunities program, ninth and tenth grade student eligibility: SHB 2748
Extracurricular activities, including varsity, military children eligibility for: HB 1023, SB 5117
Extracurricular activities, low-income student participation: HB 2311, ESHB 2311
Extracurricular activities, PLAY grant program, creating: HB 2311, ESHB 2311
Extracurricular activities, voluntary nonprofit entities, OSPI policy role: HB 2828, SB 6336
Extracurricular activities, voluntary nonprofit entities, policy role of legislature: SB 5583
Facilities, funding assistance percentage and cost/space allocations, modifying: HB 2953, SB 6531, SSB 6531
Facilities, funding from Puget Sound taxpayer accountability account: HB 2488, SB 6306
Facilities, insufficient for accepting K-3 class reduction funding, offsetting, how: HB 2050
Facilities, K-3 class size reduction construction grant pilot program, modifying: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Facilities, modernization of, assistance program grants for: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Facilities, preservation and renewal of, assistance program grants for: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Facilities, siting of, as essential public facilities and/or outside urban growth areas: SB 5651, SSB 5651
Facilities, siting of, as planning priority: HB 1017
Facilities, siting of, in rural areas, authority and requirements for, when: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5942, SB 5945
Facilities, siting of, public facility/utility extensions when rural/outside UGA: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5651, SSB 5651, SB 5942, SB 5945
Facilities, various, leasehold excise tax exemption: SB 5677
Family and community engagement coordinators, duties and funding allocations: HB 1618, ESHB 1618
Federal Way school district, regionalization factor for employee compensation: HB 2366, SB 6447, SB 6483
Feminine hygiene products, free in public and charter school restrooms: SB 5802
Feminine hygiene products, free in public school restrooms: HB 2911
Ferris High School, Mandy Manning, Washington teacher of the year, honoring: * HR 4657 (2018)
Firearm safety and hunter education elective course, development: HB 1174, SB 5216
Firearms, employees carrying concealed pistol, training and license requirements: HB 3007
Firearms, permanent employee possession on school grounds, authorizing, when: HB 3008
Firearms, possession, suspension of K-2 students for: HB 2767, SB 5155, SSB 5155
Flexibility schools and zones, designation as, developing process for: HB 1705
Food and beverage sales, healthy, ASB revenue loss due to, state reimbursement: SB 5417
Franklin Pierce school district, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6483
Freedom of expression/speech, in student media, including civil action for relief: SB 5064, * SSB 5064, CH 125 (2018)
Funding, basic education, additional comprehensive modifications to ensure: HB 2717, HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6397
Funding, basic education, additional modifications to ensure: SB 6483, SB 6525, SB 6616
Funding, basic education, additional property tax levy modifications: HB 2717, HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6397, SB 6483, SB 6525
Funding, basic education, additional state property tax levy modifications: HB 2717, HB 2993, SB 6397, SB 6614, * ESSB 6614, CH 295 (2018)
Funding, basic education, additional state property tax levy, lowering rate: SB 6609
Funding, basic education, additional state property tax levy, lowering rate in 2018: HB 3000
Funding, basic education, additional state property tax levy, lowering rate in 2018 and 2019: SB 6627
Funding, basic education, additional state property tax levy, lowering rate in 2019: SB 6614, * ESSB 6614, CH 295 (2018)
Funding, basic education, additional state property tax to ensure: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Funding, basic education, carryover of certain categorical funds to following year: SSB 6362
Funding, basic education, comprehensive modifications for: HB 2185, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Funding, basic education, comprehensive modifications to ensure: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5825
Funding, basic education, comprehensive modifications, revisions to SSB 5607: ESSB 5875
Funding, basic education, defining as per pupil: SB 5948
Funding, basic education, employee cost-of-living increases as part of: HB 2185
Funding, basic education, four-year balanced budget requirements suspension for: HB 1438
Funding, basic education, full state funding for 2018-2019 school year: SB 6352, SB 6525
Funding, basic education, hold-harmless payments to districts, when: HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Funding, basic education, intangible personal property tax funds for: SB 5948
Funding, basic education, investments in, with local effort contribution reductions: HB 2185
Funding, basic education, local revenue for enrichment only, for 2018-2019: SB 6352, SB 6525
Funding, basic education, state property tax levy for, lowering in 2018 and 2019: SB 6627
Funding, basic education, state property tax levy for, lowering in 2019 and after: SB 6626
Funding, career and technical education, provisions: HB 1282, HB 2075, HB 2146, HB 2185, SB 5183, SB 5758, SSB 5758, SB 5853, SSB 5853
Funding, certificated instructional staff, state salary allocation model, modifying: HB 2185, SB 5297
Funding, certificated instructional staff, supplemental contract requirements: HB 1684, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5486, SB 5623, SB 5825
Funding, charter schools: HB 2721, SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Funding, college-level courses in high schools, new account funds for: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Funding, common schools, transfers from budget stabilization account for: SB 6614
Funding, counties with federal forest land, eliminating allocation reductions in: HB 1393, SB 5664, SB 6537
Funding, district special education allocation: SB 5432, SB 6524
Funding, drop-out prevention strategies, new account funds for: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Funding, education legacy trust account, capital gains tax revenue deposits into: HB 1730, HB 1926, HB 2186, SHB 2186, HB 2967, SHB 2967, ESB 5111, SB 5929, SB 5959
Funding, education legacy trust account, forfeited property proceeds deposits into: HB 2136
Funding, education legacy trust account, graduated real estate excise tax deposits into: SB 6609
Funding, education legacy trust account, various deposits into: HB 1549, HB 1550, HB 1555, HB 2136, HB 2186, SHB 2186, HB 2192, ESSB 5033, SB 5112, ESB 5113, SB 5127, SB 5929
Funding, employee salaries, full salary allocation increases for 2018-2019: SB 6352, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6525
Funding, employee salaries, minimum statewide average salaries as basis: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, SB 5623
Funding, enhancements to basic education, phasing-in certain: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5623
Funding, enrichment levy limitations and state local effort assistance role: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Funding, facility funding assistance percentage and cost/space allocations: HB 2953, SB 6531, SSB 6531
Funding, family and community engagement coordinator allocations: HB 1618, ESHB 1618
Funding, K-12 allocations for smaller class sizes, I-1351 provisions, repealing: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Funding, K-12, separate legislation by deadlines using current revenue sources: HB 1021, HB 1025
Funding, K-3 allocations for smaller class sizes, actual class size, demonstrating: HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362
Funding, K-3 allocations for smaller class sizes, actual class size, demonstrating, delaying: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6483
Funding, K-3 allocations for smaller class sizes, additional staffing types in class size calculations: SB 6483
Funding, K-3 allocations for smaller class sizes, schools unable to accept: ESHB 1843, HB 2050, HB 2185
Funding, learning assistance concentration and foster-homeless allocations: HB 1511, SHB 1511
Funding, libraries, creating "library materials" category: HB 2695, SB 6460, SSB 6460
Funding, per pupil model, adding transportation and adjusting basic guarantee: ESSB 5875
Funding, per pupil model, weighted, to replace K-12 prototypical allocation model: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Funding, postsecondary and employment opportunities exposure, funds for: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Funding, regular basic education levy and separate enrichment levy, funds use: SB 5825
Funding, Seattle Mariners license plate funds for students with economic needs: HB 2871, SB 6489
Funding, separate accounting of state, local, and federal revenue expenditures: SB 5825
Funding, staffing enrichments technical work group, convening: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Funding, student health and social-emotional learning support staff, allocations: HB 1621
Funding, supplemental funding for various groups of students and programs: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Funding, teachers, salary allocation schedule credit for industry years: HB 1756
Funding, transportation allocation, provisions: HB 1689, SB 5367
Funding, transportation alternate funding grant program, creating: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Funding, uniform per pupil allocation model, establishing: SB 5825
Future farmers of America association, Washington, commending: * SR 8711 (2018)
Future farmers of America, Washington's, recognizing: * HR 4614 (2017), * HR 4676 (2018), * SR 8621 (2017), * SR 8710 (2018)
Gangs, gangs in schools, task force on, repealing: HB 1687
Gonzaga Preparatory School Bullpups boys' basketball team, honoring: SR 8730
Graduation requirements, assessment tests as, various changes: HB 1012, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), HB 2621, 2ESB 5891, SB 5951
Graduation requirements, certificates of achievement, discontinuing as: HB 2621
Graduation requirements, credits required for graduation, revising: HB 1509
Graduation requirements, establishing, board of education role: HB 1886, SB 5673
Graduation requirements, extending to private schools: SB 5949
Graduation requirements, federal naturalization test, civics component of the: HB 1706
Graduation requirements, high school and beyond plans: HB 1793, HB 2224, * ESHB 2224, CH 31 (2017), SB 5951
Graduation requirements, high school and beyond plans, requirements and best practices: HB 2686, * SHB 2686, CH 229 (2018)
Graduation requirements, locally determined courses, studying: HB 1793
Graduation requirements, locally directed intervention strategies, various: HB 2224, SB 5951
Graduation requirements, removing statewide assessments as: SB 6144
Graduation requirements, various assessments and/or certificates, eliminating: HB 1046, ESHB 1046, HB 1256, HB 1415, SB 6144
Graduation, reality, and dual-role skills program, establishing: HB 2670
Harassment, district antiharassment, intimidation, and bullying policy, provisions: SB 5766, SSB 5766
Health care, including mental health care, students needing or receiving: HB 1060, SHB 1060, HB 1377, SHB 1377, * 2SHB 1377, CH 200 (2018), HB 1563, HB 1641, * SHB 1641, CH 275 (2017), HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), HB 1788, SB 5290, SB 5448, SB 5763, SSB 5763
High school diplomas, residents 25-44 without, forecasting of: HB 2399, SB 6169
High school diplomas, through community or technical college, when: HB 2617, SB 6248
High school diplomas, through technical college direct funded enrollment program: HB 1733, * SB 5640, CH 93 (2017)
High school equivalency certificates, tests for, GED fairness act: ESB 5731
High school equivalency certificates, tests for, options: ESB 5731
Highly capable students, identification and screening of: HB 2927, SHB 2927, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6508
Historic preservation or landmark regulations, application to certain districts: SB 5805
History day program, Washington, transfer to OSPI: * 2SHB 1896, CH 127 (2018), HB 2288, SHB 2288, SB 6374
Hockinson High School Hawks football team, congratulating: * HR 4666 (2018)
Homeschooling, of foster youth, as alternative to attending school, permitting: HB 2053, HB 2054
Human rights, universal declaration of, educating students concerning: SB 5420
Immunization, of school children, exemption form requirements and prohibitions: HB 2092
Immunization, of school children, exemptions availability notification: HB 2842
Indian history, Since Time Immemorial curriculum in teacher preparation programs: HB 2034, * SB 5028, CH 144 (2018)
Indian tribal compact schools, pilot program for cultural and other accommodations: SB 6474, * SSB 6474, CH 290 (2018)
Indian tribal schools, salary allocations, applying regionalization factors to: HB 2721, SB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Indian tribal schools, salary allocations, not applying regionalization factors to: SSB 6362
Indian tribal schools, TRS and SERS retirement system participation: HB 2490, * SB 6210, CH 257 (2018)
Innovation schools and zones, authorizing and establishing: HB 1215
Instructional resources, openly licensed courseware, provisions: HB 1688, SB 6201
Interlake High School, student Eshika Saxena, Prudential spirit of community award recipient: * SR 8723 (2018)
Interlake High School, student Veenadhari Kollipara, Prudential spirit of community award recipient: * SR 8723 (2018)
Interpreters, educational, for persons with limited English proficiency: HB 1295, HB 1451
Interpreters, educational, sign language and sign system requirements: HB 1303, SHB 1303, SB 5142, * SSB 5142, CH 34 (2017)
Interscholastic activities association, administering PLAY grant program: ESHB 2311
Interscholastic activities association, rules and policies of, OSPI role: HB 2828, SB 6336
Interscholastic activities association, rules and policies of, role of legislature: SB 5583
K-12 governance and responsibilities, K-12, legislative task force on, establishing: 2ESHB 1886
Kamiakin High School Braves football team, honoring: * HR 4606 (2017)
Kennewick school district, compensation regionalization factor: HB 2982, SB 6568
Kentridge High School Chargers girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4629 (2017)
Kentwood High School boys' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4630 (2017)
Kettle Falls High School, canine crusaders FIRST robotics team and Naomi Edwards, recognizing: SR 8695
Kindergarteners, month of, September to be: HB 1901
Language access, advisory committee and lighthouse collaboratives: HB 1295, HB 1451
Language access, for persons with limited English proficiency, improving: HB 1295, HB 1451
Learning assistance, additional poverty-based allocation for: HB 2763, SB 6394
Learning assistance, allocation for high-poverty schools, modifying: HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Learning assistance, allocations for: HB 2185
Learning assistance, allocations for, flexible use of: ESSB 6135
Learning assistance, allocations for, flexible use with accountability via WISSP: HB 2748, SHB 2748
Learning assistance, best practices/strategies, expert panel on, convening: SHB 2748
Learning assistance, building concentration allocation: HB 1511, SHB 1511
Learning assistance, English language arts and literacy services provided through: SB 6553
Learning assistance, focusing first on K-4 reading, removing requirement: SB 6483
Learning assistance, foster-homeless allocation: HB 1511, SHB 1511
Learning assistance, new allocation for high-poverty schools: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Learning assistance, students not meeting academic standards: HB 2748, SHB 2748
Learning environment and school climate, educator training, work group: HB 2558, SHB 2558
Learning labs, in public middle and junior high schools, pilot project: HB 1412, SB 5291
Levies by school districts for early learning programs, additional enrichment amount for: HB 2898, SB 6458, SSB 6458
Levies for schools, additional property tax levy modifications: HB 2717, HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6397, SB 6483, SB 6525
Levies for schools, basic education and enrichment, separate levies for: SB 5825
Levies for schools, bond redemption payments, period for increased levy: HB 1344, * SHB 1344, CH 296 (2017), SB 5062
Levies for schools, certain revisions to SSB 5607: ESSB 5875
Levies for schools, district levy authority reduction in 2019: SB 6616
Levies for schools, district one percent limit, exemption, when: SJR 8207
Levies for schools, enrichment limitations and state local effort assistance role: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Levies for schools, enrichment, additional revisions: HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6525
Levies for schools, equalization through matching funds: SB 5825
Levies for schools, excess, maximum levy amount and percentage: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5298, SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5623
Levies for schools, exemption for certain senior citizens and veterans, when: SB 5825
Levies for schools, intangible personal property tax exemption, limiting of: SB 5948
Levies for schools, lid revisions: HB 1059, SHB 1059, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017), SB 5298, SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5623
Levies for schools, lid revisions, delaying: HB 1059, SHB 1059, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017), SB 5607, SSB 5607, SB 5623
Levies for schools, local effort assistance for enrichment only, for 2018-2019: SB 6352
Levies for schools, local effort assistance, enrichment levy rate threshold for disallowing: SB 6483
Levies for schools, local effort assistance, matching funds allocation, modifying: SB 5298
Levies for schools, local effort assistance, revisions: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, HB 2721, SB 5623, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6616
Levies for schools, local effort levy by state at uniform rate: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Levies for schools, local effort levy by state, revisions to SSB 5607: ESSB 5875
Levies for schools, local enrichment maximum, increasing: SB 6483
Levies for schools, local enrichment policies, extending current: HB 1059, SHB 1059, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017)
Levies for schools, local revenue for enrichment only, for 2018-2019: SB 6352
Levies for schools, local revenue use for special education funding: HB 2964
Levies for schools, maintenance and operation for enrichment only, for 2018-2019: SB 6352
Levies for schools, maintenance and operation, not using for basic education: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, * ESB 5023, CH 6 (2017)
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, general election simple majority: HB 1779
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, minimum 55% of voters to authorize: SB 6246, SSB 6246, SJR 8213
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, notice for election, contents of: SSB 6246
Levies for schools, school district bond payment, simple majority to authorize: HB 1778, HJR 4203, HJR 4204, SB 5076, SJR 8202
Levies for schools, state additional, lowering for 2018 through 2021: SB 6609
Levies for schools, state additional, lowering in 2018: HB 2303, HB 2434, HB 3000, SB 6004, SB 6033
Levies for schools, state additional, lowering in 2018 and 2019: SB 6439, SB 6627
Levies for schools, state additional, lowering in 2019: SB 6614, * ESSB 6614, CH 295 (2018)
Levies for schools, state additional, lowering in 2019 and 2020: HB 2993
Levies for schools, state additional, lowering in 2019 and after: SB 6626
Levies for schools, state property tax levies for common schools, additional revisions: HB 2717, SB 6397, * ESSB 6614, CH 295 (2018)
Levies for schools, state property tax levies for common schools, revisions: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Levies for schools, state property tax, lowering in 2018: HB 3000
Levies for schools, state property tax, lowering in 2018 and 2019: SB 6627
Levies for schools, state property tax, lowering in 2019 and 2020: HB 2993
Levies for schools, state property tax, lowering in 2019 and after: SB 6626
Libraries, funding for, creating "library materials" category: HB 2695, SB 6460, SSB 6460
Libraries, information/technology resources, student impact, examining: HB 2695, SB 6460, SSB 6460
Libraries, school library information and technology office, creating: HB 2695, SB 6460
Literacy, evidence-based practices and strategies from state menu for increasing: SB 6553
Literacy, K-4, assessing achievement and challenges and providing services: SB 6553
Marijuana, businesses, by school bus stop, prohibition: HB 2483
Marijuana, medical use, administration to students: HB 1060, SHB 1060, SB 5290
Meal for students, local meal charge policies, requirements: * ESHB 2610, CH 271 (2018)
Meal programs, breakfast after start of day, as instructional hours, when: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), SSB 5696
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell lighthouse pilot project and requirements: HB 1508
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell program models and procedures: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), ESB 6003
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell, as instructional hours, when: ESB 6003
Meal programs, breakfast after the bell, in high-needs schools: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), SB 5696, ESB 6003
Meal programs, reduced-price lunches, eliminating copays: HB 1508, HB 2712, SHB 2712
Meal programs, USDA community eligibility provision, increasing participation, plan for: SHB 2712
Meal programs, Washington kids ready to learn act of 2018: ESB 6003
Meals for students, hunger-free students' bill of rights act: HB 2610, * ESHB 2610, CH 271 (2018)
Meals, farm-to-school and small and direct marketing farm programs: HB 1508
Meals, farm-to-school and small farm direct marketing programs: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), ESB 6003
Mental health counselors, student access in every school to: SB 6618
Mental health literacy in schools, fostering: HB 2779, SHB 2779, * E2SHB 2779, CH 175 (2018), SB 6485, SSB 6485
Mental health, psychotropic medications or screening, school requiring, prohibiting: HB 1788, SB 5448
Mental health, services coordinator in OSPI and lighthouse ESD: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Mental health, student distress and suicide prevention training modules for staff: HB 2496, SB 6141, SSB 6141
Mental health, student distress response plan, suicide prevention training for staff: HB 2496, SB 6141, SSB 6141
Mental health, student distress response plan, to include abuse hotline policy in: HB 1563
Mental health/substance use disorder, lead staff person, ESD pilot sites: * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Mercer Island High School, student Zoe Sheill, HELP club member, honoring: * SR 8653 (2017)
Middle schools, career and technical education in, grants for: HB 1898
Military children, extracurricular activities, including varsity, eligibility for: HB 1023, SB 5117
Minority students, racial and ethnic, impact statements on legislation concerning: SB 5588
Monroe school district, former teacher Donnetta Walser, honoring and remembering: * SR 8640 (2017)
Neah Bay High School Red Devils boys' football and basketball teams, honoring: * SR 8638 (2017)
Nurses, licensed, practice authority in schools without nonnurse supervisor: HB 1346, * SHB 1346, CH 84 (2017), SB 5325
Nurses, supporting student health, funds allocation for: HB 1621
Nutrition, of students, equipment assistance grant program for improving: EHB 1551, SB 5708
Olympia school district, compensation regionalization factor: HB 2810, SB 6494
Open educational resources project, removing expiration: HB 1688, SB 6201
Opioid overdose medications, K-12 school access: 2SHB 2390
Opioid overdose medications, K-12 school access and data: HB 2390, SHB 2390, SB 6469
Out-of-school time programs, enabling neighborhood groups to provide: SB 5258, SSB 5258, * 2SSB 5258, CH 180 (2017)
Outdoor-based-activity student learning, curricula and instructional days: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Paraeducators, certification, courses, employment, practice, training, programs: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Paraeducators, effect on student outcomes, studying: HB 1115, * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV, SB 5070
Paraeducators, employment and training standards and programs: HB 1115, SB 5070
Paraeducators, minimum employment standards and course of study: HB 2698, SHB 2698, SB 6388, * SSB 6388, CH 153 (2018)
Paraeducators, paraeducator board, creating: HB 1115, * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV, SB 5070
Paraeducators, pipeline for paraeducators conditional scholarship program for: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827, HB 2698, SHB 2698, SB 6388
Paraeducators, pipeline scholarship program for: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Paraeducators, professional development and oversight: HB 2698, SHB 2698, SB 6388, * SSB 6388, CH 153 (2018)
Paraeducators, teacher and administrator training concerning: * ESHB 1115, CH 237 (2017) PV
Parent involvement coordinators, funding enhancements for: HB 2185
Parent involvement coordinators, supporting student social-emotional learning: HB 1621
Pasco school district, compensation regionalization factor: HB 2982, SB 6568
Performance assessment standards, districts, ESD's, and state education agencies: SB 5567
Performance goals, accountability monitoring and reporting system, establishing: ESHB 1843, HB 2185
Pesticides, aerial application near school, notice requirements: SB 6063
Pesticides, application near schools, modernizing pesticide notification work group, establishing: SSB 6529
Physical education, annual district examinations of programs of: HB 1235, * SHB 1235, CH 80 (2017)
Postsecondary credit for high school courses, online credit search tool information: SB 6153
Principals, evaluation system, steering committee for, removing expiration: HB 1691
Principals, evaluations of, schedule for: HB 1319, ESHB 1319
Principals, mentoring of, beginning educator support program, provisions: HB 1601, SB 5459
Principals, professional certification to be optional: * E2SHB 1341, CH 26 (2017) PV
Principals, professional certification, professional development credit option: SHB 1341, SB 5858
Principals, professional certification, prohibiting requiring of: HB 1341
Principals, retired, as mentors or advisers, postretirement employment under TRS: SSB 5487
Principals, Tami Skillingstad, 2018 state assistant principal of the year, recognizing: * HR 4677 (2018)
Private schools, board of education role: HB 1886, SB 5673
Private schools, extending assessment and graduation requirements to: SB 5949
Property, damaging by student, withholding grades/transcripts for, eliminating: HB 2846
Property, school district, historic preservation or landmark regulations, when: SB 5805
Public schools not free from sectarian control, constitutional amendment to allow: SJR 8203, SJR 8205
Public speaking, grades two through five, grant program for: HB 1254
Public speaking, grades two through five, pilot project grant program for: SHB 1254
Rainier school district, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6591
Recycling, in public schools, student opportunity for: HB 1781, SB 5571, SB 6168
Renton school district, Dr. Gary Kohlwes, former superintendent, recognizing: * HR 4672 (2018)
Richland High School Bombers football team, recognizing: * HR 4661 (2018)
Ridgefield High School Spudders boys' track and field team, congratulating: * HR 4667 (2018)
Running start program, low-income students, college to cover certain costs for: SB 6260
Safety drills, for earthquakes and tsunamis, when: HB 1279
Safety drills, for earthquakes, tsunamis, and various other emergencies, when: * SHB 1279, CH 165 (2017)
Safety planning, engineering safety survey of school buildings: SHB 1703
Safety planning, safe school plans, modifying requirements: HB 1703, SHB 1703, SSB 6620
Safety planning, seismic safety of school buildings, engineering survey for: HB 1703
Safety, annual school summits, revising provisions: SSB 6620
Safety, committee on school violence preparedness, establishing: HB 3007
Safety, district incident alert and reporting systems, requirements: SHB 2442, SSB 6620
Safety, employees carrying concealed pistol, training and license requirements: HB 3007
Safety, evacuation or lockdown, first responder schools notification role: HB 1982, SB 6410, SSB 6410, 2SSB 6410, SSB 6620
Safety, first responder building mapping system to include school buildings: HB 1982, SB 6410
Safety, multiple strategies for avoiding mass shootings at schools: SSB 6620
Safety, permanent employee possession on school grounds, authorizing, when: HB 3008
Safety, regional school safety centers, establishing: HB 2543, SB 6224, SSB 6410, 2SSB 6410, SSB 6620
Safety, school resource officers, grant program to fund, establishing: SSB 6620
Safety, statewide and local regionalized safety planning: SHB 2543
Safety, students protecting students program, establishing: HB 2442, SHB 2442, HB 3004, SB 6620, SSB 6620
School climate and respectful learning environment, educator training, work group: HB 2558, SHB 2558
Schools and school facilities, siting, as planning priority: HB 1017
Schools, siting in rural areas, authority and requirements for, when: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5942, SB 5945
Schools, siting near farm or agricultural land, prohibiting under GMA, when: SB 6562
Schools, siting, as essential public facilities and/or outside urban growth areas: SB 5651, SSB 5651
Schools, siting, public facility/utility extensions when rural/outside UGA: HB 1017, * ESHB 1017, CH 129 (2017) PV, HB 2216, * HB 2243, CH 32 (2017), SB 5651, SSB 5651, SB 5942, SB 5945
Sectarian control, public schools not free from, constitutional amendment to allow: SJR 8203, SJR 8205
Sex, discrimination on basis of, Title IX protections in K-12 schools against: HB 2866
Sexual abuse of K-12 students, Erin's law legislative task force, establishing: HB 1539
Sexual abuse of K-12 students, preventing, model curriculum for: HB 1539, * SHB 1539, CH 64 (2018)
Skill center cooperatives, capital account for, host district to maintain: SB 5644, * SSB 5644, CH 187 (2017)
Social emotional learning and health, staff to support, funds allocation for: HB 1621
Social emotional learning, K-12 benchmarks work group, extending: SB 5714
Social emotional learning, programs, summer step-up grant program for: HB 1518, SHB 1518
Social emotional learning, work group and technical advisor for: HB 1518, SHB 1518
Social security numbers of students, handling by districts, standards and prohibitions: HB 2249
Social studies or history classes, student voter sign up and registration in, when: HB 1513, ESHB 1513, * 2SHB 1513, CH 109 (2018)
Social studies, integrating content into career and technical education course: SB 5622
Special education, certificate of individual achievement recipients, provisions: SB 5348, SSB 5348
Special education, district funding allocation: SB 5432, SB 6524
Special education, district funding allocation, increasing multiplier for: HB 2964, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6483
Special education, funded enrollment percent work group, convening: ESHB 1843, HB 2185
Special education, safety net funding, lowering threshold to qualify: HB 2964
Special education, safety net funding, rules revision for implementation: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Special education, students with disabilities, cooperative programs for: SB 6524
Special education, transition plans and employment program enrollment: HB 2613
Special education, transition plans, community inclusion services, and training: SSB 6360
Special education, transition plans, community-based service programs, and employment programs: SB 6360
Special education, transition services eligibility from 18 to 21, when: SB 5348, SSB 5348
Special education, using local revenues for: HB 2964
Sports activities, extracurricular, low-income student participation: HB 2311, ESHB 2311
Sports activities, interschool, voluntary nonprofit entities, OSPI role: HB 2828, SB 6336
Sports activities, interschool, voluntary nonprofit entities, role of legislature: SB 5583
Sports activities, on school grounds after, free speech and exercise of religion: HB 1602
Sports, basketball, high school championship elimination tournaments, requirements: HB 2828, SB 6336
STEM programs, K-12, grant program for funding: SB 5206
Students protecting students program, establishing: HB 1310, HB 3004, SB 6620, SSB 6620
Students, at-risk youth, on-time grade level progression, procedures: HB 1444, * SHB 1444, CH 166 (2017)
Students, attending several high schools, receiving diploma, when: HB 1444, * SHB 1444, CH 166 (2017)
Students, back-to-school clothing and supplies, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1457
Students, behavioral expectations, preventative/restorative measures for meeting: HB 2767, SB 5155, SSB 5155
Students, bilingual, mentoring via educator initiative to increase bilingual educators: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Students, changing residence mid-term, online courses or programs for: HB 1444
Students, foster and homeless children and youth, educational equity work group: ESSB 6223
Students, foster children and youth, education equity for, work group on: HB 2877, SB 6223
Students, foster children/youth, school choice for, foster student scholarship program for: HB 3010
Students, foster or homeless youth, partial credit for courses not completed, when: * SSB 5241, CH 40 (2017)
Students, foster youth, best-interest determinations and district liaisons: HB 2684, * ESHB 2684, CH 139 (2018)
Students, foster youth, educational opportunities and support, funding for: HB 2985
Students, foster youth, partial credit for courses not completed, when: HB 1628, SB 5241
Students, high school, pre- and registered apprenticeship opportunities: * SHB 2685, CH 228 (2018)
Students, high school, pre-apprenticeship opportunities: HB 2685
Students, high school, with economic needs, certain license plate funds to aid: HB 2871, SB 6489
Students, homeless and foster children and youth, educational equity work group: ESSB 6223
Students, homeless and truant, secure crisis residential centers for: HB 2848, SHB 2848
Students, homeless, district transportation of, certain surcharge to fund: HB 2206
Students, homeless, educational equity, work group for, convening: SB 6148
Students, homeless, educational opportunities and support, funding for: HB 2985
Students, homeless, health care informed consent from school personnel: HB 1641, * SHB 1641, CH 275 (2017)
Students, homeless, hunger-free students' bill of rights act: HB 2610, * ESHB 2610, CH 271 (2018)
Students, homeless, on-time grade level progression, procedures: HB 1444, * SHB 1444, CH 166 (2017)
Students, in out-of-home care, best-interest determinations and district liaisons: HB 2684, * ESHB 2684, CH 139 (2018)
Students, instruction at technical college, taking alternative assessment, when: SB 5639
Students, interviewing or interrogating, district policy/procedures adoption: SB 6065, ESSB 6065
Students, K-2, removal from class, when: HB 2767, SB 5155, SSB 5155
Students, low-income, educational opportunities and support, funding for: HB 2985
Students, low-income, extracurricular activities participation: HB 2311, ESHB 2311
Students, minor parents, transporting infant on school bus: HB 2670, SHB 2670, 2SHB 2670
Students, minor parents, working connections child care eligibility: HB 2670, SHB 2670, 2SHB 2670
Students, property damage by, withholding grades/transcripts for, eliminating: HB 2846
Students, Sam Strahan of Freeman High School, renaming of SR 27 portion in honor of: SJM 8014
Students, school publicly identifying or stigmatizing, prohibition: HB 2558
Students, school stigmatizing of, prohibition: SHB 2558
Students, students protecting students program, establishing: HB 2442, SHB 2442, HB 3004, SB 6620, SSB 6620
Students, transgender, model policy and procedure, district requirements: SB 5766, SSB 5766
Students, vulnerable, access to mental health counselor in every school: SB 6618
Students, Zoe Sheill, Prudential Spirit of Community Award recipient, congratulating: * SR 8653 (2017)
Suicide, prevention of, regional school safety centers, role of: SSB 6410, 2SSB 6410, SSB 6620
Suicide, student distress and suicide prevention training modules for staff: HB 2496, SB 6141, SSB 6141
Summer step-up grant program, for summer programs, establishing: SB 5733
Sunscreen, tropical sunscreen products, at schools/events, permitting: HB 1573, SB 5404, * SSB 5404, CH 186 (2017)
Superintendent of public instruction, office of, revising role of: HB 2824, * SHB 2824, CH 177 (2018), SB 6427
Supplies and back-to-school clothing, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1457
Tahoma High School We the People team, honoring: * HR 4611 (2017), * SR 8610 (2017), * SR 8701 (2018)
Teachers, beginning educator support team program, establishing: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, bilingual educator initiative pilot programs: * SHB 1445, CH 236 (2017)
Teachers, bilingual educator initiative, including pilot projects: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Teachers, career and technical education conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, career and technical education, certifications and endorsements: HB 1756
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, ending statewide salary schedule for: SB 5607, SSB 5607
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, extended-year contracts, modifying: ESSB 5875
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, housing allowance for, when: SB 5534, SSB 5534, SB 5607, SSB 5607
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, model salary grid work group: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, professional learning days: HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, HB 2721, SB 6362, SSB 6362
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, state salary allocation model, modifying: HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5297
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, supplemental contract requirements: HB 1684, HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, HB 2721, SB 5486, SB 5623, SB 5825, SB 6362, SSB 6362, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, TRII contracts: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, HB 2185, SB 5623
Teachers, certification, alternative route conditional scholarship program, creating: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, alternative route program pilot: E4SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, outcomes-based policies: * EHB 1654, CH 14 (2017), SB 5217
Teachers, certification, alternative routes for certain persons: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, external assessments and other requirements, modifying: HB 1341
Teachers, certification, professional educator collaborative, establishing: SHB 1341, 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827, SB 5858
Teachers, certification, recruitment, effectiveness, retention, and supports: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, recruitment, effectiveness, retention, and supports, findings: SHB 1827
Teachers, certification, three options for: SHB 1341, SB 5858
Teachers, Charlie Groth, Curlew School District, recognizing: * SR 8674 (2017)
Teachers, classroom, evaluations of, schedule for: HB 1319, ESHB 1319
Teachers, DEL licensing decisions, community appeals boards, establishing: HB 1957
Teachers, Don Nelson, Curlew School District, recognizing: * SR 8673 (2017)
Teachers, Ed Bergh, Yelm High School history teacher, honoring the career of: * HR 4625 (2017)
Teachers, educator preparation data, availability for PESB use: HB 1741, * SHB 1741, CH 172 (2017), SB 5526
Teachers, endorsements, educator retooling conditional scholarship program, modifying: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, evaluation system, steering committee for, removing expiration: HB 1691
Teachers, expanded civics education, training program for, establishing: HB 1896, SHB 1896, * 2SHB 1896, CH 127 (2018), SB 5668
Teachers, federal student loan repayment in exchange for teaching service program, modifying: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, future teachers conditional scholarship and loan repayment program: SB 5585
Teachers, grow your own bilingual educator grant program: HB 1445, SB 5529, SSB 5529
Teachers, in high-need schools, education loan forgiveness, when: HB 1643
Teachers, Jeff Page, teacher and coach, Lake Stevens High School, honoring: * SR 8725 (2018)
Teachers, K-3, increasing through scholarship and loan repayment program: SB 5585
Teachers, K-3, teaching assistant to assist, when: HB 2050
Teachers, Linne Haywood, NWESD's regional teacher of the year, honoring: * HR 4658 (2018)
Teachers, Mandy Manning, Washington state teacher of the year, honoring: * HR 4657 (2018)
Teachers, mentoring of, beginning educator support program, provisions: HB 1601, SB 5459
Teachers, mentors or advisers for, retired teacher postretirement employment under TRS: SSB 5310
Teachers, minimum salary and supplemental contracts: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, SB 5825
Teachers, Naomi Edwards, Kettle Falls High School, recognizing: SR 8695
Teachers, on a PESB committee, reimbursing district for substitute for: * HB 1734, CH 17 (2017), SB 5548
Teachers, preparation programs, prioritizing expansion of enrollments, when: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, preparation programs, Since Time Immemorial Indian history curriculum in: HB 2034, * SB 5028, CH 144 (2018)
Teachers, preservice candidates, waiving evidence-based assessment, when: HB 1664
Teachers, professional certification to be optional: * E2SHB 1341, CH 26 (2017) PV
Teachers, professional growth plans submitted via eCert, disclosure exemption: * HB 1732, CH 16 (2017), SB 5547
Teachers, recruiting Washington teachers program, modifying: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, recruitment and onboarding of, school staff training program for: HB 1644
Teachers, recruitment, regional recruiters for: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, reprimand expungement process: E4SHB 1827
Teachers, retired, as coaches, postretirement employment under TRS: SB 5310, SSB 5310
Teachers, retired, as counselors, postretirement employment under TRS: SSB 5310
Teachers, retired, as mentors or advisers, postretirement employment under TRS: HB 1685, SB 5487, SSB 5487
Teachers, retired, as substitutes: HB 2379, SB 6289
Teachers, retired, as teacher mentors/advisers, postretirement employment under TRS: SSB 5310
Teachers, retired, in nonadministrative capacity, under TRS: E4SHB 1827
Teachers, salaries, additional modifications for sufficient funding: HB 2717, SB 6397, SB 6525
Teachers, salaries, full allocation increases for 2018-2019: SB 6352, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV, SB 6525, SB 6616
Teachers, salaries, minimum statewide average salaries as basis: HB 1843, ESHB 1843, SB 5623
Teachers, salaries, reviewing and rebasing of allocations: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV, * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Teachers, salary allocation schedule credit for industry years: HB 1756
Teachers, salary increases through inflationary adjustment allocation: * EHB 2242, CH 13 (2017) PV
Teachers, social studies, future voter program role: HB 2433, SSB 5110, SB 6092
Teachers, space available tuition waivers for, when: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, student, field placement of and grants for: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, substitute, complaints about, district notification of teacher: HB 1767
Teachers, teacher endorsement and certification help program, revising: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teachers, teacher shortage conditional scholarship program, modifying: 2SHB 1827, 3SHB 1827, E4SHB 1827
Teaching assistants, for K-3 teachers, when: HB 2050
Transitional bilingual instruction program, "eligible pupil" and "native language": HB 1686, HB 2615, SB 5489
Transitional bilingual instruction program, "eligible pupil" and role of native language: HB 2616
Transitional bilingual instruction program, allocations for: HB 2185
Transitional bilingual instruction program, annual reporting date: HB 1690, * SB 5488, CH 123 (2017)
Transitional bilingual instruction program, bilingual educator initiative to support: SB 5712, SSB 5712
Transitional bilingual instruction program, staff assignment requirements: HB 2590
Transitional bilingual instruction program, staff qualifications information, compiling: SHB 2590
Transportation alternate funding grant program, creating: * E2SSB 6362, CH 266 (2018) PV
Transportation, allocation distribution formula, underfunded districts: HB 1689, SB 5367
Transportation, alternative fuel buses, purchase of: SB 5931, SB 6080, SSB 6080
Transportation, minor parent transporting infant on school bus: HB 2670, SHB 2670, 2SHB 2670
Transportation, of homeless students, McKinney-Vento surcharge to fund: HB 2206
Truancy, addressing with multiple approaches: HB 1170, SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017), SB 5293, * ESSB 5293 (2017) V
Truancy, community boards, and crisis residential centers, pilot program: SSB 6467, 2SSB 6467
Truancy, community truancy boards: HB 1170, SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017), HB 2848, SHB 2848, SB 5293, * ESSB 5293 (2017) V, SB 5563, SSB 6467, 2SSB 6467
Truancy, court-ordered completion of school assignments, when: HB 1236
Truancy, detention for failure to comply with court order, reporting requirements: * ESSB 5293 (2017) V
Truancy, district and school flexibility and discretion, when: SB 5563
Truancy, students with IEP's or 504 plans, requirements: SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017)
Truancy, truant youth, crisis residential centers and HOPE centers for: HB 1170, SB 5293
Truancy, truant youth, secure crisis residential centers for: HB 2848, SHB 2848
Truancy, unexcused absences, policies: HB 1170, SHB 1170, * 2SHB 1170, CH 291 (2017), SB 5293, * ESSB 5293 (2017) V, SB 5563
Tumwater school district, compensation regionalization factor: HB 2810, SB 6494
Union High School percussion ensemble, honoring: * HR 4665 (2018)
Union High School, Philip Meng, 2018 Prudential spirit of community award winner, congratulating: * HR 4680 (2018)
Urban development areas, district-owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
Vaccination, of school children, exemption form requirements and prohibitions: HB 2092
Vaccination, of school children, exemptions availability notification: HB 2842
Violence, committee on school violence preparedness, establishing: HB 3007
Volunteers, access to certain persons, background checks: SB 5605, * SSB 5605, CH 33 (2017)
Waivers, of state laws and rules, districts' authority to grant to schools: SB 5562
Washington history day program, transfer to OSPI: * 2SHB 1896, CH 127 (2018), HB 2288, SHB 2288, SB 6374
Water, lead in drinking water systems/outlets, action plans, testing, and replacing: HB 1842, HB 1925
Water, lead in school drinking water and fixtures, testing for: SB 5745, SSB 5745
Water, lead-containing drinking water service lines, replacing: HB 1805, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Westwood Middle School, Tami Skillingstad, 2018 state assistant principal of the year, recognizing: * HR 4677 (2018)
Work-integrated learning advisory committee, convening: HB 1600, ESHB 1600, * E2SHB 1600, CH 206 (2018)
Work-integrated learning experiences, demonstration pilot project, establishing: HB 1600, ESHB 1600
Work-integrated learning experiences, initiative/matching grant program, establishing: * E2SHB 1600, CH 206 (2018)
Year, increasing school-year instructional days and restricting length of breaks: SB 5740
Yelm school district, regionalization factor for employee compensation: SB 6591