Chapter 28A.225 RCW

COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AND ADMISSION

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28A.225.005Information for students and parents.
28A.225.010Attendance mandatoryAgeExceptions.
28A.225.015Attendance mandatorySix or seven year oldsUnexcused absencesPetition.
28A.225.018Conferences to identify barriers to child's school attendance.
28A.225.020School's duties upon child's failure to attend school.
28A.225.023Youth dependent pursuant to chapter 13.34 RCWReview of unexpected or excessive absencesSupport for youth's school work.
28A.225.025Community truancy boards.
28A.225.026Community truancy boardsMemoranda of understanding with juvenile courtsDesignation of school district coordinators to address absenteeism and truancyCommunity-wide partnerships.
28A.225.0261Community truancy boardsEffect of diversion from truancy petitionsEvaluation by Washington state institute for public policyReports.
28A.225.027Community truancy boardsGrants for trainingGrants for services and treatment.
28A.225.030Petition to juvenile court for violations by a parent or childSchool district responsibilities.
28A.225.031Alcohol or controlled substances testingAuthority to order.
28A.225.035Petition to juvenile courtContentsCourt actionReferral to community truancy board or other coordinated interventionTransfer of jurisdiction upon relocation.
28A.225.055Excused absencesSearch and rescue activities.
28A.225.060Custody and disposition of child absent from school without excuse.
28A.225.080Employment permits.
28A.225.090Court ordersPenaltiesParents' defense.
28A.225.095Authority of court commissioners and family law commissioners to hear cases under this chapter.
28A.225.110Fines applied to support of schools.
28A.225.140Enforcing officers not personally liable for costs.
28A.225.151Student-level truancy dataReportsData protocols and guidance for school districts.
28A.225.155Condensed compliance reportsSecond-class districts.
28A.225.160Qualification for admission to district's schoolsFees for preadmission screening.
28A.225.170Admission to schoolsChildren on United States reservationsIdaho residents with Washington addresses.
28A.225.200Education of pupils in another districtLimitation as to state apportionmentExemption.
28A.225.210Admission of district pupils tuition free.
28A.225.215Enrollment of children without legal residences.
28A.225.217Children of military familiesContinued enrollment in district schools.
28A.225.220Adults, children from other districts, agreements for attending schoolTuition.
28A.225.225Applications from school employees' children, nonresident students, or students receiving home-based instruction to attend district schoolAcceptance and rejection standardsNotification.
28A.225.230Appeal from certain decisions to deny student's request to attend nonresident districtProcedure.
28A.225.240Apportionment credit.
28A.225.250Cooperative programs among school districtsRules.
28A.225.260Reciprocity exchanges with other states.
28A.225.270Intradistrict enrollment options policies.
28A.225.280Transfer students' eligibility for extracurricular activities.
28A.225.290Enrollment options information booklet (as amended by 2009 c 450).
28A.225.290Enrollment options information bookletPosting on web site (as amended by 2009 c 524).
28A.225.290Enrollment options information (as amended by 2009 c 556).
28A.225.300Enrollment options information to parents.
28A.225.310Attendance in school district of choiceImpact on existing cooperative arrangements.
28A.225.330Enrolling students from other districtsRequests for information and permanent recordsWithheld transcriptsImmunity from liabilityNotification to teachers and security personnelRules.
28A.225.350Students in out-of-home careBest interest determinations.
28A.225.360Students in out-of-home careSchool districts and the department of children, youth, and families collaboration.
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