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NUMBER DATE TITLE PROGRAM
B071-15 12/30/15
+ Washington State Standardized High School Transcript Changes and Implementation Schedule

The Washington State Standardized High School Transcript will have a new format, including new elements and values, starting with the 2015–16 school year.

Assessment and Student Information
B070-15 12/21/15
+ Student User Privacy in Education Rights Act (SUPER Act)

During the 2015 legislative session, the Washington Legislature passed Engrossed Senate Bill 5419 (ESB 5419), the Student User Privacy in Education Rights Act (SUPER Act).

Assessment and Student Information
B069-15 12/17/15
+ 2015–16 Assessment and Reporting Requirements for Social Studies, The Arts, Health, Physical Education (formerly Fitness), and Educational Technology iGrants Form Package 408

The purpose of this bulletin is to:
Detail the annual (2015-16) reporting requirements, process, and timelines of assessments and other strategies in Social Studies, the Arts, and Health and Fitness (RCW 28A.230.095) and for Educational Technology (RCW 28A.655.075)

Teaching and Learning/Assessment and Student Information/Information Technology
B068-15 12/09/15

Addendum
04/12/16
+ 2015–16 K–4th Grade Literacy Requirements and Resources

The purpose of this bulletin is to clarify expectations for the implementation of required actions in the 2015–16 school year related to K–4 literacy and English Language Arts (ELA) mandated by ESSB 5946 (2013) – Strengthening Student Educational Outcomes (SSEO) and amended by SSB 5803 (2015).

Teaching and Learning
B067-15 11/03/15
+ Meaningful Participation by English Language Learners: Joint Guidance from the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, and the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights

On January 7, 2015, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) and U.S. Department of Justice released joint guidance reminding states, school districts, and schools of their obligations under federal law to ensure that English language learner (ELL) students have equal access to a high-quality education and the opportunity to achieve their full academic potential.

Migrant and Bilingual Education
B066-15 11/03/15
+ 2015–16 S-275 Personnel Reporting Handbook; 2015–16 School Personnel Report, Form S-275

The 2015–16 S-275 Personnel Reporting Handbook provides school districts and educational service districts (ESDs) with instructions for reporting certificated and classified staff to School Apportionment and Financial Services (SAFS) at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

School Apportionment and Financial Services
B065-15 10/16/15
+ Special Education Safety Net Application for 2015–16

Safety net funding is available to school districts with a demonstrated capacity for special education funding in excess of state and federal funding otherwise available to the district. This bulletin provides application instructions for special education safety net awards for the 2015–16 school year.

Special Education
B064-15 11/05/15
+ National School Lunch, Breakfast, and Special Milk Program Enrollment Data for October 2015

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations require the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Child Nutrition Services to annually collect October enrollment data from Local Education Agencies (LEAs) participating in the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program or Special Milk Program.

  • B064-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Instructions for Submitting October Enrollment Data
  • Attach 2 - Provision 2 Enrollment Calculator
  • Attach 3 - CEP Enrollment Calculator

Child Nutrition Services
B063-15 10/16/15
+ Physical Education State Requirements

This bulletin provides guidance to schools and districts related to physical education state requirements and resources for grades K–12.

Teaching and Learning
B062-15 10/09/15
+ 2014–15 Annual Career and Technical Education Student Enrollment File (P210 Voc Report)

The 2014–15 Annual Career and Technical Education Student Enrollment File for Middle and High School will be generated using the Comprehensive Education Data and Research System (CEDARS). The Annual CTE Student Enrollment File (P210 Voc) will be used to generate the district’s Perkins local performance indicators as outlined in the Perkins IV Act.

Career and College Readiness
B061-15 10/13/15
+ 2015–16 Washington Access to Instruction and Measurement (WA-AIM)

In Spring 2015, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) administered a new alternate assessment for students with the most significant cognitive challenges.

Assessment and Student Information
B060-15 10/01/15
+ Inclusion of Students Receiving Institutional Education Services in the Transitional Bilingual Instructional Program

On January 7, 2015 The Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education issued joint guidance to assist state educational agencies, school districts, and all public schools in meeting their legal obligations to ensure that English language learners (ELL) can participate meaningfully and equally in educational programs and services.

Migrant and Bilingual Education
B059-15 09/25/15
+ 2015–16 English Language Proficiency Assessment for the 21st Century (ELPA21)

Beginning in 2015–16, Washington will transition to the English Language Proficiency Assessment for the 21st Century (ELPA21), a new online language acquisition assessment for English language learners (ELLs).

Assessment and Student Information
B058-15 09/25/15
+ 2014–15 Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate Report (P210)

The Comprehensive Education Data and Research System (CEDARS) will be the source for both the Adjusted 4-year 2014–15 Cohort Graduation Rate Report (P210) for the Class of 2015 and the Adjusted 5-year 2014–15 Cohort Graduation Rate Report (P210), for the Class of 2014.

Assessment and Student Information
B057-15 09/24/15
+ 2015–16 Assessment Graduation Alternatives

The 2015 legislative session left students, families, and schools in limbo deep into summer with respect to knowing the assessment graduation requirements not only for the past school year, but the one before us.

Assessment and Student Information
B055-15 10/15/15
+ N<30 Adequate Yearly Progress School Improvement Plan Submission and Schools with No Population Tested on the Statewide Assessment

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 2001 requires Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) determinations in mathematics and reading for each public school in the state.

Title I/LAP and Consolidated Program Review
B054-15 09/23/15
+ Required Submission of Comparability Report for Title I, Part A

Under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 2001, as a condition to receive Title I, Part A funds, districts must use state and local funds to provide services in Title I, Part A schools that are comparable to the services provided in schools that are not receiving Title I, Part A funds.

Title I/LAP and Consolidated Program Review
B053-15 09/15/15
+ 2015–16 Reimbursement and Categories for School Buses

School Bus Reimbursement (Depreciation) information for the 2015–16 school year is available online at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s (OSPI) School Bus Information System (SBIS) http://www.k12.wa.us/busdepreciation/.

  • B053-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - School Bus Categories and Reimbursement Prices

Student Transportation
B052-15 09/17/15
+ K–3 Classroom Size Reduction (CSR) Grant Applications

The 2015 Legislature passed SSB 6080 as part of the 2015–17 Capital Budget, offering a pilot competitive grant program with funding assistance to add classrooms to help achieve K–3 class size objectives for the 2017–18 school year, as enumerated in RCW 28A.150.260 and RCW 28A.150.315.

School Facilities and Organization
B051-15 09/16/15
+ Grant Award Reporting and Processes for Federal and State Grants Received Through the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) for Fiscal Year 2015–16

This bulletin sets forth the Fiscal Year (FY) 2015–16 grant payment processes, expenditure reporting, budget revision policy, and information about carryover funds and indirect costs for federal and state grant programs that are issued through the iGrants system (excludes Child Nutrition programs in the WINS System).

Grants Management
B050-15 09/09/15
+ Parent Involvement Requirements for Title I, Part A Districts and Schools

Parent involvement means the participation of parents in regular, two-way, meaningful communication involving student academic learning, and other school activities, including ensuring that parents:

  • Play an integral role in assisting their child’s learning.
  • Participate and are encouraged to be actively involved in their child’s education at school.
  • Become partners in their child’s education and are included, as appropriate, in decision-making and on advisory committees to assist in the education of their child.

Title I/LAP and Consolidated Program Review
B049-15 09/08/15
+ Changes to Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 392-170—Special Service Program—Highly Capable Students

This bulletin identifies changes to WAC 392-170—Special Service Program—Highly Capable Students.

Title I/LAP and Consolidated Program Review
B048-15 09/02/15
+ Dual Language Expansion Grant

In the 2015 legislative session through ESSB 6052 Sec 501(36), state legislators made funds available to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to implement a K–12 dual language expansion grant program.

Migrant and Bilingual Education
B047-15 09/01/15
+ 2015–16 State Accepted Quotes for School Bus Categories

The school bus purchase prices available through the state quote system are established each year from competitive price quotes in each school bus category submitted by Washington school bus vendors.

Student Transportation
B046-15 08/26/15
+ 2015–16 School Year, Required Student Transportation Operations Reports

This bulletin provides information for all required school district and educational service district (ESD) student transportation operations reports.

  • B046-15 - Bulletin
  • Attachment 1 – General Instructions for the Student Transportation Operations Report
  • Attachment 2 – Detailed Guidance for the Student Transportation Operations Report
  • Form 1 – SPI 1022A School Bus Route and Bus Stop Location Form (optional)
  • Form 2 – SPI 1022CM District Car Mileage Log (optional)
  • Form 3 – SPI 1022CS District Car Student Count Form (optional)
  • Form 4 – SPI 1022EF Verification of Ridership Data Submitted
  • Form 5 – SPI 1022EW Verification of Ridership Data Submitted
  • Form 6 – SPI 1022ES Verification of Ridership Data Submitted
  • Form 7 – SPI 1022D Student Count Form (optional)
  • Form 8 – SPI 1022G McKinney–Vento Transportation Worksheet (optional)

Student Transportation
B045-15 08/26/15
+ K-20 Network Fee Reductions, Letter of Authorization and Commitment, and E-rate Form 479

The purpose of this bulletin is to update districts on the changes to the K-20 Educational Network annual network fee and provide an overview of the two forms districts must complete and return to Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) by September 30, 2015 to participate in planned cost discounts.

  • B045-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Letter of Authorization and Commitment
  • Attach 2 - E-rate Form 479
  • Attach 3 - K-20 Education Network – Services and Benefits

Information Technology Services
B044-15 09/21/15
+ Child Nutrition Programs Verification and Other Annual Requirements for Local Education Agencies

Local education agencies (LEAs) that operate school meal programs are required to comply with U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) federal regulations by annually completing verification and other requirements.

Child Nutrition Services
B043-15 08/27/15
+ SSB 6080 Capital Funding for K–3 Classroom Size Reduction (CSR) Grants

The 2015 Legislature passed SSB 6080 as part of the 2015–17 Capital Budget, offering a pilot competitive grant program with funding assistance to add classrooms to help achieve class size objectives for the 2017–18 school year, as enumerated in RCW 28A.150.260 and RCW 28A.150.315.

School Facilities and Organization
B042-15 08/20/15
+ Federal Special Education Data Reporting Requirements

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) collects special education data which must be submitted annually to the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), U.S. Department of Education.

Special Education
B041-15 08/18/15
+ 2015–16 Enrollment Reporting Handbook

The 2015–16 Enrollment Reporting Handbook provides school districts, educational service districts (ESDs), and other users with a reference manual and forms for reporting enrollment to School Apportionment and Financial Services (SAFS) at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

  • B041-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach - 2015–16 Enrollment Reporting Handbook

School Apportionment and Financial Services
B040-15 08/31/15
+ Child Care Institutions—Child and Adult Care Food Program Renewal Process for Federal Fiscal Year 2016

This bulletin provides instructions for Child Care Institutions who wish to continue participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) for federal fiscal year 2016.

  • B040-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Child Care Center Application Checklist for Renewing Institutions

Child Nutrition Services
B039-15 08/31/15
+ Adult Care Institutions—Child and Adult Care Food Program Renewal Process for Federal Fiscal Year 2016

This bulletin provides instructions for Adult Care Centers who wish to continue participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) for federal fiscal year 2016 (FY16).

  • B039-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Adult Care Center Application Checklist for Renewing Institutions

Child Nutrition Services
B038-15 08/19/15

Addendum 08/26/15
+ Teacher and Principal Evaluation Program (TPEP) Teacher Training Funds 2015–16

The 2015 Legislature appropriated $5 million “solely for the provision of training for teachers in the performance-based teacher principal evaluation program” during the 2015–16 school year.

K–12 Education
B037-15 08/10/15
+ 2015–16 Running Start Updates on 1.20 FTE Limitation

The purposes of this bulletin are to provide districts and colleges the enrollment reporting changes for the 2015–16 school year and to review current guidance related to the Running Start 1.20 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) combined maximum limitation that a student can be claimed for state funding.

  • B037-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach A - Clarifying Guidance on the 1.20 Running Start Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Limitation
  • Attach B - Running Start Enrollment Verification Form (RSEVF) (Rev. 8/2015)
  • Attach C - 2015–16 Spring Quarter Eligibility Adjustment Form (SQEAF)(Rev. 8/2015)

Secondary Education and Student Support

School Apportionment and Financial Services
B036-15 08/05/15

Addendum
06/01/16
+ School District Accounting Manual Revisions for 2015–16

The Accounting Manual for Public School Districts in the State of Washington (Accounting Manual) has been revised for the 2015–16 school year. The purpose of this bulletin is to advise school districts of revisions to and distribution of the Accounting Manual.

School Apportionment and Financial Services
B035-15 09/30/15
+ 2015–16 Home-Based Student Annual Report

The purpose of this bulletin is to request that school district administrators complete the Home-Based Student Annual Report.

Secondary Education and Student Support
B034-15

08/10/15

Addendum
10/07/15

+ Beginning Educator Support Team (BEST) Grants

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has been tasked by the Legislature with continued funding of a beginning educator support program.

K–12 Education
B033-15 07/28/15
+ Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Policies and Results

Due to the U.S. Department of Education’s 2014–15 decision to not extend Washington’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Request (Waiver), the state must continue to implement Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) during the 2015–16 school year.

Special Programs and Federal Accountability
B032-15 08/26/15
+ Child Nutrition Programs Federal and State Reimbursement Rates and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Distribution Rate for July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016

Reimbursement rates for Child Nutrition Programs are set by the federal government and are updated yearly based on the Consumer Price Index.

Child Nutrition Services
B031-15 08/21/15
+ Family Day Care Home Sponsors Application Renewal Process for Federal Fiscal Year 2016

This bulletin provides instructions for Family Day Care Home Sponsors who wish to continue participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program for Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16). The renewal application must be completed and submitted by September 4, 2015.

Child Nutrition Services
B030-15 07/31/15
+ Child and Adult Care Institutions-Application Process for New Institutions

Institutions that intend to participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) must complete the application process described in this bulletin.

Child Nutrition Services
B029-15 08/04/15
+ National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program Application Process for New Sponsors

New organizations interested in becoming a sponsor and participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and/or School Breakfast Program (SBP) for school year 2015–16 must complete the application process described in this bulletin.

  • B029-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program Application Information
  • Attach 2 - Access Rights/User Authorization for Child Nutrition Programs Washington Integrated Nutrition System (WINS)
  • Attach 3 - Child Nutrition Programs Food Services Agreement Public School Districts/Private Schools (Form SPI CNS M-280)
  • Attach 4 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs (Form SPI CNS 280 LOB)
  • Attach 5 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (Form SPI CNS 280F)

Child Nutrition Services
B028-15 07/28/15
+ Residential Child Care Institutions (RCCI) Child Nutrition Programs Renewal Application 2015–16 School Year

This bulletin provides information for RCCIs who wish to continue participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and/or School Breakfast Program (SBP) for school year 2015–16.

  • B028-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs
  • Attach 2 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
  • Attach 3 - Paid Lunch Equity Compliance
  • Attach 4 - Income Policy Statement

Child Nutrition Services
B027-15 06/19/15
+ Adult Care Institutions Enrollment and Income-Eligibility Information for Federal Fiscal Year 2016

All adult care institutions participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) are required to annually collect income information from eligible adult participants.

Child Nutrition Services
B026-15 06/19/15
+ Child Care Institutions Enrollment and Income-Eligibility Information for Federal Fiscal Year 2016

All institutions participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), except emergency shelters and at-risk only programs, are required to annually collect enrollment and income information from families.

Child Nutrition Services
B025-15 06/05/15
+ Federal McKinney-Vento Data Collection Forms

The Federal McKinney-Vento Act requires all school districts to identify, enroll, and serve children and youths living in homeless situations.

  • B025-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Identification of Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness

Secondary Education and Student Support
B024-15 05/20/15
+ 2014–15 Student Behavior Suspensions and Expulsions, Weapons in Schools, and Harassment, Intimidation or Bullying (HIB) Data Collection

As required by state and federal law, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is required to report information on all known incidents involving the possession of weapons on school premises, transportation systems, or in areas of facilities while being used exclusively by public or private schools for each public school district and each approved private school.

Secondary Education and Student Support
B023-15 07/16/15
+ Renewal of Special Milk Program Application for 2015–16 School Year

This bulletin provides information for Local Education Agencies (LEAs) who wish to participate in the Special Milk Program (SMP) for school year 2015–16.

  • B023-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs (Form SPI CNS 280 LOB)
  • Attach 2 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (Form SPI CNS 280F)

Child Nutrition Services
B022-15 05/06/15
+ Clarification of Reporting Requirements for Reengagement Programs (Open Doors—1418)

The purpose of this bulletin is to clarify the reporting requirements and directory structure of Open Doors (1418) youth reengagement programs, as authorized by RCW 28A.175.100, and to make you aware of proposed modifications to WAC 392-700 that establish the use of program qualification codes in conjunction with school codes to uniquely identify reengagement students.

Secondary Education and Student Support; Assessment and Student Information
B021-15 05/13/15
+ Unexcused Absences and Truancy Data Report for the 2014–15 School Year

As part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is required to report information on unexcused absences from all schools serving Grades 1–8 and grades 9-12. In addition OSPI is required to collect information on truancy and special programs or schools to reduce truancy for grades 1-12.

Assessment and Student Information
B020-15 05/01/15
+ Equity Assurance Report Required of All School Districts

The Equity and Civil Rights Office at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is responsible for monitoring and providing technical assistance to school districts in regard to federal and state nondiscrimination laws.

Equity and Civil Rights
B019-15 05/01/15
+ Updating District School Directory Information (Opening, Closing, or Changing a School)

In compliance with state and federal rules, district requests to change school directory data, such as opening a new school or changing grade spans, must be submitted to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) by July 1.

Assessment and Student Information
B018-15 05/19/15
+ Use of Funds: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 2004), Part B

This bulletin informs Local Education Agencies (LEAs) of the requirements pertaining to the use of funds consistent with Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 2004).

Special Education
B017-15 05/04/15
+ Notification of IDEA-B Grant Funds Available for Start-up Costs of Implementing Teletherapy Services

The purpose of this bulletin is to announce the opportunity for grant funds, contingent upon federal IDEA-B funding, for start-up costs associated with implementing a web-based infrastructure of teletherapy options for special education students in need of related services.

Special Education
B016-15 07/02/15
+ Public School Districts/Private Schools Child Nutrition Programs Renewal 2015–16 School Year

This bulletin provides information for Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) who wish to continue participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and/or School Breakfast Program (SBP) for school year 2015–16.

  • B016-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs (Form SPI CNS 280 LOB)
  • Attach 2 - Paid Lunch Equity Compliance (Form SPI 280G)
  • Attach 3 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (Form SPI CNS 280F)
  • Attach 4 - Financial Information (Form SPI 1505)

Child Nutrition Services
B015-15 04/02/15
+ 2015 Annual Collection of Building Data is Live

On Monday, April 6 the 2015 Annual Collection of Building Data will be accessible.

School Facilities and Organization
B014-15 05/13/15
+ Special Milk Program Application Summer 2015

This bulletin is for sponsors who intend to operate a Special Milk Program (SMP) in summer 2015.

  • B014-15 - Bulletin
  • Attach 1 - Special Milk Program Terms and Application Information
  • Attach 2 - Special Milk Program Paper Application Packet Checklist
  • Attach 3 - Access Rights/User Authorization For Child Nutrition Programs Washington Integrated Nutrition System (WINS) (FORM SPI 1710)
  • Attach 4 - Special Milk Program Agreement for Summer Camps, Summer 2015 (FORM SPI M-280SM)
  • Attach 5 - Statewide Payee Registration Washington State
  • Attach 6 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs (FORM SPI CNS 280 LOB)
  • Attach 7 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (FORM SPI CNS 280F)

Child Nutrition Services
B013-15 03/18/15
+ 2015 Annual Collection of Building Data (See WAC 392-117-020 regarding district reporting responsibilities)

Beginning Monday, April 6 through Friday, May 15, school districts must complete the 2015 Annual Collection of Building Data.

School Facilities and Organization
B012-15 04/20/15
+ Summer Food Service Program Application Packet for New Sponsors

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Child Nutrition Services (CNS), is pleased to release the 2015 Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) application packet for new sponsors.

  • B012-15 - Bulletin
  • Attachment 1 - Summer Food Service Program Application Information
  • Attachment 2 - Access Rights/User Authorization for Child Nutrition Programs Washington Integrated Nutrition System (WINS) (FORM SPI 1710)
  • Attachment 3 - Summer Food Service Program Checklist for New Sponsors
  • Attachment 4 - Summer Food Service Program Agreement between Sponsor and OSPI (FORM SPI 1145AGREE)
  • Attachment 5 - Summer Food Service Program Questionnaire for New Sponsors (FORM SPI 1145NS)
  • Attachment 6 - Summer Food Service Program Procurement Standards (FORM SPI CNS 1145 Summer Food)
  • Attachment 7 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs (FORM SPI SMP CNS 280 LOB)
  • Attachment 8 - Statewide Payee Registration Washington State
  • Attachment 9a - Summer Food Service Program Free Meal Policy Statement and Media Release Assurance Open Sites (FORM SPI SFSP 1145MR)
  • Attachment 9b - Summer Food Service Program Free Meal Policy Statement and Media Release Assurance Closed Enrolled Sites and Camps (FORM SPI SFSP 1145MR)
  • Attachment 10 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (FORM SPI SMP CNS 280F-EXH-VII)
  • Attachment 11 - Summer Food Service Program 15 Point Amendment to Food Service Agreement (Form SPI 1145 Amend)
  • Attachment 12 - Summer Food Service Program Appeal Procedure

Child Nutrition Services
B011-15 04/20/15
+ Summer Food Service Program Application Packet for Returning Sponsors

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Child Nutrition Services (CNS), is pleased to release the 2015 Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) application packet for returning sponsors.

  • B011-15 - Bulletin
  • Attachment 1 - Summer Food Service Program Application Information
  • Attachment 2 - Access Rights/User Authorization for Child Nutrition Programs Washington Integrated Nutrition System (WINS) (FORM SPI 1710)
  • Attachment 3 - Summer Food Service Program Checklist for Returning Sponsors
  • Attachment 4a - Summer Food Service Program Free Meal Policy Statement and Media Release Assurance Open Sites (FORM SPI SFSP 1145MR)
  • Attachment 4b - Summer Food Service Program Free Meal Policy Statement and Media Release Assurance Closed Enrolled Sites and Camps (FORM SPI SFSP 1145MR)
  • Attachment 5 - Summer Food Service Program Appeal Procedure
  • Attachment 6 - Summer Food Service Program Procurement Standards (FORM SPI CNS 1145 Summer Food)
  • Attachment 7 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs (FORM SPI SMP CNS 280 LOB)
  • Attachment 8 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities (FORM SPI SMP CNS 280F-EXH-VII)
  • Attachment 9 - Statewide Payee Registration Washington State
  • Attachment 10 - Summer Food Service Program 15 Point Amendment to Food Service Agreement (Form SPI 1145 Amend)

Child Nutrition Services
B009-15 02/26/15
+ 2014–15 Assessment and Reporting Requirements for Social Studies, The Arts, Health, Fitness, and Educational Technology iGrants Form Package 408

The purpose of this bulletin is to:

  1. Detail the annual (2014–15) reporting requirements, process, and timelines of assessments and other strategies in Social Studies, The Arts, Health, and Fitness (RCW 28A.230.095), and for Educational Technology (RCW 28A.655.075), including a description of the optional information districts are asked to submit to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).
  2. Clarify the recommended use of OSPI-developed assessments in the areas of Social Studies, The Arts, Health, Fitness, and Educational Technology.
  3. Share recommendations and resources available to help teachers administer and use the OSPI-developed assessments.

Teaching and Learning; Assessment and Student Information; Information Technology
B008-15 03/30/15
+ Local Educational Agency Certification for Constitutionally Protected Prayer in Public Schools

Section 9524 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 2001, requires school districts receiving funds under the act to certify to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) “that it has no policy that prevents, or otherwise denies participation in constitutionally protected prayer in public schools.”

Special Programs and Federal Accountability
B007-15 02/18/15
+ 2014–15 Required Actions for the LAP Student Growth Collection

The purpose of this bulletin is to inform school districts about the Learning Assistance Program (LAP) data collection requirements for the 2014–15 school year.

Assessment and Student Information; Special Programs and Federal Accountability
B006-15 02/19/15
+ Student Transportation Operation Allocation 2014–15

The purpose of this bulletin is to inform school districts of the calculation and distribution of their student transportation operations allocation for the 2014–15 school year.

Student Transportation
B005-15 02/13/15
+ State Reimbursement for 2014–15 Truancy Petitions

Attached to this bulletin are Forms SPI 1302C and SPI 1302D. School districts are to use these forms to file preliminary and final claims for funding to help offset costs incurred for petitions filed with juvenile court(s) because of student truancy. Final claims must be received no later than Monday, June 15, 2015. Claims submitted after that date will not be funded.

School Apportionment and Financial Services
B004-15 02/06/15
+ Use of Locally-Determined Assessments (LDA) for Graduation Purposes

As an update to Bulletin 012-10, dated February 24, 2010, regarding the Locally-Determined Assessment (LDA) process, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has expanded the list of achievement test editions allowable for use under the LDA option for reading, writing and mathematics.

Assessment and Student Information
B003-15 02/05/15
+ 2014–15 Required Actions for the K–4 Literacy Collection

This bulletin informs school districts about the K–4 Literacy collection requirements as defined in the Strengthening Student Educational Outcomes (SSEO) Act of 2013 (ESSB 5946), and incorporated into RCW 28A.320.203.

Teaching and Learning; Assessment and Student Information; Special Programs & Federal Accountability; Early Learning
B002-15 01/08/15
+ Teacher and Principal Evaluation Project Update - Funding documentation; Summative Scoring; Framework Modifications; Educator survey; Training opportunities

On June 7, 2012, Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5895 (ESSB 5895) was signed into law revising the teacher and principal evaluation system and establishing the requirements and details of the revised system.

K—12 Education
B001-15 01/05/15
+ Results Washington Dropout Survey

In collaboration with Governor Jay Inslee, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is seeking input from all districts regarding dropout prevention, intervention, and reengagement (DPIR) efforts in Washington schools.

Secondary Education and Student Support

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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