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WAC 180-90-130

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Approval—Annual certification—Adverse findings.

(1) At least ninety days prior to the commencement of the annual school term or period, the chief administrator of each private school shall file with the superintendent of public instruction, in accordance with procedures established by the superintendent of public instruction, a certificate of compliance in the form and substance set forth in WAC 180-90-160.
(2) The superintendent of public instruction shall review each certificate. The review shall be completed within thirty days after receipt of a completed application.
(3) If the superintendent of public instruction finds no minor, major, or unacceptable deviations, the superintendent of public instruction shall so notify the private school and shall recommend full approval of the private school to the state board of education.
(4) If the superintendent of public instruction finds deviation, the private school shall be notified in writing of any minor, major, or unacceptable deviations.
(5) If the superintendent of public instruction finds minor, major, or unacceptable deviations, the superintendent of public instruction shall not transmit the recommendation regarding approval status to the state board of education until the private school submits a narrative report indicating agreement or not with the findings of the superintendent of public instruction and any proposed remedial action to address the reported deviations. Upon receipt of the narrative report, the superintendent of public instruction shall transmit the recommendation and the narrative report to the state board of education.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.195.040. WSR 03-04-053, § 180-90-130, filed 1/29/03, effective 3/1/03. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.02.240. WSR 85-24-056 (Order 23-85), § 180-90-130, filed 12/2/85. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.04.120(4). WSR 82-04-004 (Order 3-82), § 180-90-130, filed 1/21/82; Order 2-77, § 180-90-130, filed 3/24/77; Order 1-75, § 180-90-130, filed 2/4/75.]