When an educational service district superintendent, a district superintendent, or the chief administrative officer of an approved private school possesses sufficient reliable information to believe that a certificated employee within such district or approved private school is not of good moral character or personally fit or has committed an act of unprofessional conduct, such superintendent or chief administrative officer, within a reasonable period of time of making such determination, shall file a written complaint with the superintendent of public instruction: Provided, That if an educational service district or school district is considering action to discharge an employee of such district, the educational service district or school district superintendent need not file such complaint until ten calendar days after making the final decision to serve or not serve formal notice of discharge.
[WSR 06-02-051, recodified as § 181-86-110, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.70.005
. WSR 90-02-076, § 180-86-110, filed 1/2/90, effective 2/2/90.]