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1 Message from the School Board & Superintendent Dear Families, Staff and Community: Welcome to the school year! As our calendar cover reflects, Each Student Learning, Every Day! is a goal we strive to achieve. The kickoff of this school year is centered on the launch of our District s Strategic Direction. Please enjoy the beautiful student artwork that accompanies an explanation of our Strategic Direction our true north. Thank you for all you contribute to Each Student Learning, Every Day! Edmonds School District Board of Directors Comprising five director districts, the Board of Directors conducts the business of the Edmonds School District. The board meets alternate Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Board Room at the Educational Services Center, th Ave. W., Lynnwood. Study sessions, at which the board does not vote on matters, are held as needed on alternate Tuesdays at 6 p.m. Superintendent s Monthly Roundtable: Listen Live! Superintendent Nick Brossoit holds monthly, noon to 1:00 p.m. opportunities to engage in learning more and asking questions about important issues and topics. This year, the topics will center around the kickoff of the District s Strategic Direction. We encourage you to attend or please listen in and ask questions as we live stream each presentation online. For the schedule and link to the live stream, please visit Process to Address Your Concerns Despite our best efforts, there will be a time when something in the Edmonds School District doesn t work for you a time when you question why something was done, or not done. When you find yourself in this situation, we ask that you work together with us by following the steps below as established by our School Board. Step 1: Discuss the issue with the teacher or a guidance counselor at school, or the appropriate person in a department or program. Step 2: Discuss the issue with the principal. If it is a schoolwide concern, this becomes Step 1. Step 3: Contact the Assistant Superintendents Office. Step 4: Contact the Superintendent s Office. Parent Handbook continues on page 28 Diana White Director District 5 Board President Ann McMurray Director District 2 Board Member Gary Noble Director District 3 Vice President April Nowak Director District 4 Board Member Kory DeMun Director District 1 Legislative Representative Dr. Nick Brossoit Superintendent and Board Secretary If you are unable to resolve the concern during any of the above steps, please request the person at that level to assist you in moving the process to the next step. Board members may ask the Superintendent to discuss citizen concerns with the appropriate staff person. (Summary of District Policy 9012, Citizen Communication Regarding Staff and 9012-R1 Procedures for Citizen Communication Regarding Staff) Nondiscrimination Statement The Edmonds School District prohibits discrimination based on age, sex, race, color, religion, creed, national origin, genetic information, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, marital status, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, or any other basis prohibited by law or Edmonds School District policy, except as may be necessary to meet a bona fide occupational qualification, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The Edmonds School District is an equal opportunity employer and has implemented programs to address the diversity of its workforce. This holds true for all District employment and opportunities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the school district s: Title IX/Chapter 28A.640 RCW officer Debby Carter, Section 504 compliance coordinator Jean Mirabal, or ADA coordinator Debby Carter, at th Ave. W., Lynnwood, WA (425) Thank you to Foundation for Edmonds School District for providing a grant to fund this calendar in full color! Cover Artists - Each Student Learning, Every Day! Row 1: Fauvist Face, Connor McClurg, Age 7, Madrona K-8 Spring Self Portrait, Ben Webster, Age 6, Beverly Elementary Look Up, Emma Holbrook, Age 13, Brier Terrace Middle Horse Painting, Brinna Higgins, Age 6, Brier Elementary Green Girl, Jasmine Harrick, Age 10, Edmonds Heights K-12 Teyton s Masterpiece, Teyton Hardeman, Age 7, Hilltop Elementary Self Portrait, Venus Jimenez, Age 11, Oak Heights Elementary Galaxy, Tesla Kawakami, Age 13, College Place Middle African Mask, Amy Nguyen Hoang, Age 11, Mountlake Terrace Elementary Row 2: IEEEE, Carmen Thomas, Age 9, Maplewood K-8 Textured Mask, Alen Salaka, Age 7, College Place Elementary Self-Portrait, Victoria Allison Forguson II, Age 11, Spruce Elementary Untitled, Kyra Strand, Age 11, Edmonds Elementary Untitled, Emma Glover, Age 11, Westgate Elementary Self Portrait, Ji Eon Lee, Age 17, Edmonds-Woodway High Row 3: Shrinky Dinky Me, Vi Tran Nguyen, Age 10, Lynnwood Elementary When I Am 100-Oh Susana!, Susana Sanchez, Age 7, Lynndale Elementary Self-Portrait, David Woolstenhulme, Age 13, Meadowdale Middle Sacajawea, Ngima Sherpa, Lynnwood High Talking God, Miette Dean, Age 8, Seaview Elementary ME, Nathaniel Cox, Age 6, Meadowdale Elementary Self-Portrait, Olivia Galfano Henderson, Age 12, Martha Lake Elementary Inside My Head, Kaylee Nelson, Age 10, Hazelwood Elementary Self Portrait Mug Parody, Luis Gonzales, Age 18, Meadowdale High Row 4: Self Portrait, Devin Scott, Age 10, Spruce Elementary Untitled, Suzzette Diaz, Age 15, Mountlake Terrace High Self Portrait, Hannah Muller, Age 9, Cedar Way Elementary Face, Siula Eban, Age 10, Cedar Valley Community Siblings, Nyesha Adams, Alderwood Middle Flowers The Clown, Abby Johnson, Age 6, Chase Lake Community Five Perceptions, Autumn Gordon, Age 18, Scriber Lake High Domonic Change, Mason Brittain, Age 12, Terrace Park School Self Portrait of Lilly, Lillian M. 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2 September 2015 AUGUST S M T W T F S Sunday Rosh Hashanah (Sunset Sept ) Monday NO SCHOOL Labor Day (Día del Trabajo) Each Student Learning, Every Day! Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday NO SCHOOL (No Hay Clases) FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL (Primer Día de Escuela) Yom Kippur (Sunset Sept ) Eid al-adha OCTOBER S M T W T F S Edmonds School District Parent Handbook Facility Use and Access Parameters The goal of this policy is to improve school staff safety, reduce energy costs and make efficient use of shared custodial labor. Below outlines what the standard hours are for buildings to be open and which schools are designated for community use: A. STANDARD HOURS FOR BUILDINGS TO BE OPEN: Regular hours for staff access: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. for middle and high schools, Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. for elementary schools, Monday - Friday 6 a.m. - 7 p.m. for the ESC, Monday - Friday 12 noon - 6 p.m. on Sundays (no heat, security, or custodian) No Saturday access except for evening activities as noted in the next bullet Exceptions are permitted for school-based evening activities, such as extracurricular student activities, Math Night, PTA carnival, Art Show, Book Fair, etc. Security, heating and custodial schedules will be set to support open access for staff during these hours; buildings are closed outside of their designated schedule. Parking lot lights turn off at designated times unless evening activities are scheduled. B. DESIGNATED SCHOOLS FOR COMMUNITY USE: 1) All schools (not just designated community use schools) are available for evening and weekend school-sponsored, PTA, and booster club activities; all gyms will be available for scheduling by community youth sports leagues during the winter months (Nov.- March). 2) Designated schools per quadrant for all other community use: a. NE Quad - Lynnwood High, Alderwood Middle, Cedar Valley, Martha Lake b. NW Quad - Meadowdale High, Meadowdale Middle, Seaview, Beverly c. SW Quad - Edmonds Woodway High, College Place Middle, Westgate, Madrona d. SE Quad - Mountlake Terrace High, Brier Terrace Middle, Terrace Park, Hazelwood e. Former Woodway High 3) Extended hours for community use in designated buildings: a. Monday through Friday 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. b. Saturday 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. c. Sunday 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. 4) Note: no changes are proposed for community-based before/after school programs; hours for before/after school programs will still be determined with each program. Parent Handbook page 28 Visit Edmonds School District Online Sign up for enews

3 District & School Achievement Information Each student is engaged in meaningful and relevant learning, every day. To view Student Achievement Data, Teacher Quality Data and other academic indicators please visit the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Report Card website, reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us, and in the summary drop down click Edmonds School District, Go, then again in the summary drop down click on your chosen school, Go. For Annual Measurable Objective (AMO) Summary Data click on the AMO button. For AMO participation and other indicators find it in the Summary drop down menu, Go. Washington State reports on the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) can be found online at k12.wa.us/assessment/naep/reports.aspx. Welcome to School Meals Breakfast and lunch are served every day at each school. Menus are available at the schools each month and are posted at www. edmonds.wednet.edu. Meals can be paid for in advance by cash or check (made payable to Edmonds School District) or at the time of service. Meals can also be paid for online by creating an account at Meal account balances can be monitored through MyLunchMoney or through Skyward Family Access. Free and reduced-cost meals are available for students whose families meet federal eligibility requirements. For more information, visit the Food Service Department website at or call Food Services at This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Student Wellness There are important changes occurring around the topic of our students wellness. The word wellness captures a broad range of areas that we want to share with you. Some of these areas are federally mandated and it is important we all abide by the required changes effective July 1, Others are the result of an 18-month study by a group that took very seriously its charge to determine what is best for our students during the school day. We strongly recommend you review the full policy (8600) and procedures (8600 R1). Thank you for joining us in this important and necessary action. Student Health Whether your student is entering school as a kindergartner or looking forward to graduation in June, abiding by good health practices by all students will help keep us all healthier during the school year. It is very important that if your child is ill, that you keep him/her home, or make appropriate child care arrangements. Bringing an ill child to school puts other children and staff at risk of getting sick. If all parents keep their sick children at home, we will have a stronger, healthier and happier school community. Please refer to the District website, health, for more complete information on how to address student health, illness and other health issues. Forms necessary to support health can be downloaded from this site. Horse Painting, Brinna Higgins, Age 6, Brier Elementary Emergency Medications and Students with Life Threatening Conditions 1. For the health and safety of students with Life Threatening Conditions (TLC), our school district considers compliance with the State s Life Threatening Conditions Law (RCW 28A ) to be of the highest priority. 2. Examples of possible Life Threatening Conditions include: Severe Allergies (anaphylaxis) to food, insect stings or contact with certain substances, Diabetes, Seizures, certain cardiac conditions, and many more. If you are unsure, consult with your school s School Nurse. 3. A student with a LTC must have the following on site before they can start school: A health plan addressing the Life Threatening Condition If needed, medication and/or equipment orders If needed, medication and/or equipment 4. Compliance with number three will need to be in place by a designated date in August, typically Tuesday approximately two weeks before the first day of school, in order to guarantee student ability to attend on the first day of school. If parent/ guardian delivers required items after that date, every attempt will be made to allow the student to attend but it cannot be guaranteed. Asthma Inhalers There are state laws governing asthma inhaler use in schools. A note from a parent or guardian is not sufficient. The following things need to be in place for a student to self-administer asthma inhalers or emergency medications: 1. A medication authorization from the student s healthcare provider; 2. The parent or guardian needs to complete and submit the documentation required by the school; 3. The student has to demonstrate to the healthcare provider and a registered nurse at the school the ability to use the inhaler safely and as prescribed. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Cervical cancer rates in Washington state can be reduced by protecting girls from HPV, the Human Papillomavirus. HPV is a very common virus that is spread through genital contact. Some types can cause cervical cancer or genital warts. Both women and men can get HPV and easily spread it to others without knowing they have it. For more information on HPV, the vaccine, vaccination locations and cervical cancer, visit Centers for Disease Control & Prevention or Washington State Department of Health Special Education Services Special Education services are provided to all qualified students ages birth to 21. To inquire about services for students currently enrolled in the District, contact the school psychologist at your local school. For students not currently enrolled, please call the Psychology and Counseling Services Office at District policies, procedures, and any required reports relating to Special Education are available to the public, upon request, through the District s Special Education office. Parent Handbook page 29 Visit Edmonds School District Online Sign up for enews

4 EDMONDS Transportation, Morning Bus Times With many households living outside the busing area, we want to provide a school-by-school list of which buses arrive at which stops. These lists are available by school on Student Alcohol and Drug Use Policy The Edmonds School District recognizes that the use/abuse and possession of alcohol, controlled, illegal, addictive, or harmful substance(s), including anabolic steroids, is a societal problem and may represent an impairment to the normal development, well-being, and academic performance of students. To ensure the safety, health, and well-being of all students, the District is committed to the development of a program which emphasizes prevention, intervention, aftercare support, and necessary corrective actions. The District also recognizes the effects to the school, home, and community resulting from drug and alcohol use/abuse. While the primary obligation to seek assistance rests with the student and his/her parent(s)/guardian(s), school staff shall work with the home and community to develop and implement a comprehensive prevention and intervention program. Part of our responsibility is to inform you each year of the District s policy on student use of drugs/alcohol. This policy is as follows: Any student who is under the influence of or possesses, sells, offers for sale, or distributes alcohol or controlled substances or drug paraphernalia will be considered under the disciplinary category of exceptional misconduct, which warrants an immediate resort to a short-term or long-term suspension or expulsion. Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Policy The Edmonds School District is committed to establishing a safe and civil educational environment for all students. That environment is to be free from harassment, intimidation, or bullying. Harassment, intimidation, or bullying means any intentionally written message or image including those that are electronically transmitted verbal, or physical act. This includes, but is not limited to acts shown to be motivated by race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, including gender expression or identity, mental or physical disability or other distinguishing characteristics, when an act: Physically harms a student or damages the student s property; Has the effect of substantially interfering with a student s education; Is so severe, persistent or pervasive that it creates an intimidating or threatening educational environment, and or; Has the effect of substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the school. Policy 8207 and its Procedure 8207-R1 can be found at The incident reporting form is located under Frequently Requested Forms on the District website as well. SCHOOL DISTRICT Edmonds School District Safe Schools Tipline Report Unsafe Situations Anonymous Voic Línea para informantes de escuelas seguras Reporte situaciones inseguras - Correo de voz anónimo Student Internet Use and Electronic Communication The Edmonds School District provides all students with access to networked services as well as to the Internet and some forms of electronic communication. Having access allows students to use online curriculum and resources purchased by the District to support student learning, to access District systems such as their school library catalog, as well as access to free educational Internet sites. All students participate in Internet Safety lessons yearly. If you do not want your student to have access to the Internet and the District supported online resources while at school, please discuss your concerns with your principal. After that you may complete the Electronic Information Networks/Student Internet and Electronic Communication Exclusion form posted at or pick up a copy of the form at your child s school. Emergency Information How do I know if school is closed or operating on an abnormal schedule? PARENTS, STAFF AND STUDENTS - IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE: If no message is given for Edmonds School District then our schools are operating on a normal schedule. On the day of a possible schedule change every effort will be made for the information to be available no later than 6:00 a.m. from the following sources: LISTEN OR WATCH area radio and TV stations LOG ON edu VOIC District Switchboard: (from approx. 5:15 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.) Kronos New Body, Logan Tuttle, Age 8, Westgate Elementary Schools: Your child s school may provide updates on its voic system. Call the school s main number. Schools Closed All schools and programs are closed for one day. All after-school activities, evening events, and athletic practices are canceled. School days lost for weather closures must be made up. See the June calendar page for the designated make-up days. Two Hours Late Classes begin two hours after a school s regular start time. No CTE intradistrict transportation. No A.M. special education preschool. No A.M. preschool co-op or developmental kindergarten transportation. All student activities (after-school athletics and academic clubs) take place as scheduled unless otherwise notified. Students will be dismissed at the regular dismissal time unless otherwise announced. Two Hours Late, Limited Bus Transportation Same as above under Two Hours Late Students will ONLY be picked up and returned to the stops listed on the Limited Bus Transportation Routes. Parent Handbook page 30 Visit Edmonds School District Online Sign up for enews

5 Directory Information: Opting Out of Its Release IMPORTANT NOTICE School districts can routinely release what is called Directory Information. Directory Information includes a student s name, photograph, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, dates of attendance, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight/height of members of athletic teams, diplomas and awards received, and the most recent previous school attended by the student. This information is not released for commercial purposes, but can be released to provide educational, scholarship, vocational, occupational and/or military information, or to the news media or law enforcement. You have the right to withhold this information. If you do not wish to have such information about your child released, you must notify your school in writing. You can print, fill out, and submit to your child s school the Do Not Release Directory Information form in English or Spanish. Do Not Release Directory Information forms are available at or pick up a form at your child s school. Notification of Rights Under FERPA The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents or students over 18 years of age ( Eligible Students ) certain rights with respect to a student s education records. They are: The right to inspect and review a student s education records within 45 days of the day the District receives a request for access. Parents or eligible students should submit to the school principal (or appropriate school official) a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect. The principal will make arrangements for access and notify the parent or eligible student of the time and place where the records will be inspected. The right to request an amendment of a student s education records that the parent or eligible student believes is inaccurate or misleading. They should write the school principal, clearly identifying the part of the record they want changed and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If District officials decide not to amend the record, as requested by the parent or eligible student, they will notify the parent or eligible student of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding hearing procedures will be provided to a parent or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing. The right to consent to disclosure of personally identifiable information, called Directory Information contained in a student s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the District as an administrator, supervisor, instructor, or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel); a person serving on the School Board; a person or company with whom the District has contracted to perform a special task (such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist); or a parent or student serving on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Upon request, District officials disclose education records without consent to officials of another school district in which a student seeks or intends to enroll. FERPA requires a school district to make a reasonable attempt to notify the student of a records request unless it states in its annual notification that it intends to forward records on request. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the District to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the office that administers FERPA are: Family Policy Compliance Committee, U.S. Department of Education, 600 Independence Avenue SW, Washington D.C Complaint Procedure If you believe your child is being discriminated against, you should report your concerns to your child s teacher or principal immediately. This will allow the school to respond to the situation as soon as possible. If you cannot resolve your concern, you may wish to file a complaint with the school district. Anyone can file a complaint with the school district. You can file a formal complaint by writing a letter to the Superintendent that describes what happened and why you think it is discrimination. It is helpful to include what you want the district to do. Your letter must be signed. The employee designated by the district to receive complaints will investigate your allegations and provide the superintendent with a written report of the complaint, and the results of the investigation. You and the district may also agree to resolve your complaint in lieu of an investigation. The superintendent will send you a written letter within 30 calendar days which will either deny your allegations or describe the reasonable actions the district will take. The letter will include how to file an appeal with your school board if you do not agree with the Superintendent s decision. Corrective measures must occur no later than 30 calendar days of the superintendent s letter. If you don t agree with the superintendent s decision or no one responds to your letter you can file an appeal by writing a letter to your school board. The letter must include the part of the superintendent s written decision that you would like to appeal and what you want the district to do. Your letter must be filed with the Secretary of your School Board by the 10th calendar day after you received the superintendent s response letter. The school board will schedule a hearing within 20 calendar days after they receive your appeal letter. You may also all agree on a different date. At the hearing you will explain why you disagree with the superintendent s decision. You may bring witnesses or other information that is related to your appeal. The board will send you a copy of their decision within 10 calendar days after the hearing. The decision will include how to appeal to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction if you disagree. If you don t agree with the school board s decision, you can file an appeal by writing a letter to the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). The letter must include the part of the school board s decision that you would like to appeal and what you want the district to do. Your signed letter must be received by OSPI by the 20th calendar day of receiving the school board s decision. It can be hand-delivered or mailed to: OSPI Administrative Resource Services, P.O. Box 47200, Olympia, WA Phone Talking God, Miette Dean, (360) OSPI will schedule a Age 8, Seaview Elementary hearing with an Administrative Law Judge through the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH). At the hearing, you will explain why you disagree with the school board s decision. You may bring witnesses or other information that is related to your appeal. After the hearing, you will receive a copy of the judge s decision. Complaints Related to Federal Programs A citizen complaint is a written statement that alleges a violation of a federal rule, law or regulation or state regulation that applies to a federal program. To file a complaint against a school district, education service district (ESD) or other service provider (subgrantee), please visit the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Citizen Complaints website, for an outline of the 5-step process. Parent Handbook page 31 Visit Edmonds School District Online Sign up for enews

6 Bromadiolone Casaron Crossbow Glysophate (Roundup) Moss Out Pendulum Aquacap Stomp Terro Rodent Bait Pre-Emergent Herbicide Herbicide Herbicide Herbicide Pre-Emergent Herbicide Insecticide Ant bait Hudson Bay Lighthouse, Charlie Green, Age 10, Edmonds Elementary Pesticide Application Practices Our District has established Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to help provide a safe and healthy learning, working and playing environment for students, staff, families and users of our properties. We use an IPM approach to control unwanted vegetation, plant disease and pest populations. We use pest and vegetation management methods that minimize the risks to human health, wildlife and the environment while remaining economically feasible for the School District. These methods include pro-active building and landscape design, sanitation, exclusion, education, use of cultural, mechanical, biological controls and the use of pesticides. The following is a list of most often used pesticides. The Notification Process Forty-eight hours advance notification of a scheduled pesticide application at any site will be made by written notice and posted in a prominent location. The notice will be on an 8 ½ x 11 inch placard and provide the name of the pesticide used, intended date and time of application, location to which the pesticide is to be applied, pest being controlled and name and phone number of the District contact person. Interested parents, guardians, or staff may make a written request to be provided 48-hour advance notification prior to a pesticide application. Information on the process is available at your child s school. Parents, guardians, or staff who have made a written request for notification will be contacted by , phone, postal mail, or receive it through kid mail. Notices of Application Notice of pesticide applications will also be posted at the school at time of treatment. For landscape application a 4-by-5 inch placard will be posted at the application location and at major access points to the site. For interior, structural and exterior human pest applications, notice will be placed at site of treatment and at access points to the area/rooms(s) on an 8 ½-by-11 inch placard. Notices will state: type of pesticide used, date and time of application, location where the pesticide will be applied, pest to be controlled, name and phone number of the District contact person. Notices will remain in place for at least 24 hours from the time the application is completed. In the event the pesticide label requires a restricted entry interval greater than 24 hours, the notification placard will remain in place consistent with the restricted entry interval time as required by the pesticide label. The School District is not liable for the removal of notices by unauthorized persons. The District will not be held liable for personal property damage or bodily injury resulting from the unauthorized removal of notices. Emergency Use Situations Pre-notification is not required when an emergency school facility application is made to control a pest that can cause injury, wasp/hornets, or a pest presenting an immediate health risk. However, notification consistent with a normal application will occur as soon as possible after an emergency application is conducted. Pre-notification is also not required if the application is made when the school is not occupied by students for at least 48 hours after application. Applications of anti-microbial pesticides or the placement of insect or rodent baits do not require notification or placards if they are not accessible to children. Pesticides may be applied by District staff or commercial applicators. If required, pesticides may be applied anywhere on District property. For more information on pest management within the Edmonds School District, to obtain our annual summary of pesticide use or obtain application records, please contact George Marschall, Maintenance Manager, at Asbestos Management Plan The District has developed an Asbestos Management Plan for each school, as required by the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act of The act requires schools to be inspected to identify any asbestos-containing building materials, and for any such suspected materials to be located, samples (or assumed), and rated according to condition and potential hazard. Every three years the District conducts a re-inspection to determine whether the condition of the known or assumed asbestos-containing materials (ACMB) has changed, and to make recommendations on managing or removing the materials. A walk-through inspection is also made every six months. The following buildings contain no known asbestoscontaining materials, therefore no operations and maintenance programs or future inspections are required: Edmonds-Woodway, Lynnwood, Meadowdale, and Mountlake Terrace High Schools; Cedar Valley, Chase Lake, Maplewood, Martha Lake, Meadowdale, Seaview, Terrace Park elementary schools. It is the intention of the District to comply with all federal and state regulations controlling asbestos, and to take whatever steps necessary to ensure students and employees a healthy and safe environment in which to learn and work. Interested persons are welcome to review a copy of the Asbestos Management Plan located in each school and at the District s Maintenance Office; 2927 Alderwood Mall Blvd., Lynnwood. All inquiries regarding the plan and/or the asbestos-related issues should be directed to George Marschall, District Asbestos Program Coordinator, at Parent Handbook page 32 Visit Edmonds School District Online Sign up for enews

7 September 2015 AUGUST S M T W T F S Sunday Rosh Hashanah (Sunset Sept ) Monday NO SCHOOL Labor Day (Día del Trabajo) Guía para Padres Página 33 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday NO SCHOOL (No Hay Clases) FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL (Primer Día de Escuela) Yom Kippur (Sunset Sept ) Cada Estudiante Aprende, Cada Día! Eid al-adha OCTOBER S M T W T F S Manual para Padres de Familia del Distrito Escolar de Edmonds Uso de la Instalaciones y Parámetros de Acceso La meta de esta política es mejorar la seguridad del personal escolar, reducir los costos de energía y hacer uso eficiente de la labor de custodia compartida. A continuación se delinean cuáles son los horarios normales para abrir los edificios y cuáles escuelas están designadas para el uso de la comunidad. A. LOS HORARIOS NORMALES PARA ABRIR LOS EDIFICIOS: Horario regular para el acceso del personal: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. para las secundarias y preparatorias, de lunes a viernes 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. para las escuelas primarias, de lunes a viernes 6 a.m. - 7 p.m. para el ESC (Centro de Servicios Educativos del Distrito de Edmonds) de lunes a viernes 12 del medio día - 6 p.m. los domingos (no hay calefacción, seguridad o custodios) No habrá acceso los sábados, excepto para actividades vespertinas como se indica en el siguiente punto. Las excepciones son permitidas para las actividades vespertinas que sean relacionadas a la escuela, tales como las actividades extracurriculares de los estudiantes, noche de matemáticas, carnaval del PTA, show de arte, feria del libro, etc. La seguridad, calefacción y horarios de los custodios serán establecidos para apoyar el acceso abierto para el personal durante estas horas; los edificios permanecerán cerrados en horas fuera de su horario designado. Las luces del estacionamiento se apagarán en los horarios designados, a menos que existan actividades programadas para en la tarde/noche. B. LAS ESCUELAS DESIGNDAS PARA EL USO DE LA COMUNIDAD: 1) Todas las escuelas (no solo las comunidades designadas para uso de la comunidad) están disponibles en las tardes/noches y fines de semana para eventos patrocinados por la escuela, PTA, actividades del club booster; todos los gimnasios estarán disponibles para ser programados para su uso para las ligas juveniles deportivas durante los meses de invierno (de noviembre a marzo). 2) Las escuelas designadas por cuadrante para todos los otros tipos de usos de la comunidad son: a. Cuadrante Noreste (NE) Preparatoria Lynnwood, Secundarias Alderwood, b. Cedar Valley, Martha Lake c. Cuadrante Noroeste (NW) Preparatoria Meadowdale, Secundarias Meadowdale, Seaview, Beverly d. Cuadrante Suroeste (SW) Preparatoria Edmonds Woodway, Secundarias College Place, Westgate, Madrona e. Cuadrante Sureste (SE) Preparatoria Mountlake Terrace, Secundaria Brier Terrace, Terrace Park, Hazelwood f. Antigua Preparatoria Woodway 3) El horario extendido para uso de la comunidad en los edificios designados: a. Lunes a Viernes 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. b. Sábados 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. c. Domingos 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. 4) Nota: no hay cambios propuestos para los programas de la comunidad que ocurren antes y después de clases; los horarios para los programas de antes y después clases, todavía serán determinados por cada programa. En línea el Distrito Escolar de Edmonds en Recursos en Español Regístrese para las enews (Noticias/Avisos Electrónicos)

8 Información de Logro Académico Escolar y Distrital Todos los estudiantes están involucrados en aprendizajes significantes y relevantes, todos los días. Para ver los datos de los logros estudiantiles, los datos de la calidad de los maestros y otros indicadores académicos, por favor visite el sitio web de las boletas de calificaciones (en inglés report cards) de la Oficina del Superintendente de Enseñanza Pública en k12.wa.us, y en la ventana desplegable para selección haga clic en Edmonds School District, oprima Go, luego otra vez en la misma ventana despegable para selección ahora escoja su escuela y oprima Go. Para obtener el resumen de datos del Objetivo Medible Anual (en inglés como Annual Measurable Objective y abreviado como AMO ) haga clic en el botón que diga AMO. La participación de AMO y otros indicadores la encuentra en el menú de Resumen desplegable (en inglés summary dropdown) seleccionando una opción y haciendo clic en el botón Go. Los informes o reportes del Estado de Washington en la Evaluación Nacional de Progreso Educativo (por sus siglas en inglés como NAEP) pueden ser encontrados en línea en assessment/naep/reports.aspx. Bienvenida a los Comidas Escolares Los desayunos y lonches serán servidos diario en todas las escuelas. Los menús están disponibles en las escuelas cada mes y son publicados en Las comidas pueden ser pagadas por adelantado en efectivo o con un cheque (hecho a nombre de Edmonds School District) o al momento de proveer el servicio. Las comidas pueden también ser pagadas en línea creando una cuenta en Los balances de las cuentas de comidas podrán ser monitoreados a través de MyLunchMoney o a través del acceso a Skyward Family Access. Las comidas gratuitas y de costo reducido están disponibles para los estudiantes cuyas familias cumplan con los requisitos de elegibilidad federal. Para más información, visite el sitio de internet del Departamento de Servicios de Alimentos en o llame a los Servicios de Alimentos al Esta institución es una empresa que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades. Bienestar del Estudiante Existen cambios importantes que están sucediendo sobre el tema del bienestar de los estudiantes. La palabra bienestar (en inglés como wellness), capta un amplio rango de áreas que queremos compartir con usted. Algunas de esas áreas son de mandato federal y es importante que todos nosotros nos apeguemos a los cambios requeridos a partir del 1 de julio de Otras áreas son el resultado de nuestro estudio de 18 meses hecho por un grupo que tomé muy seriamente su posición para determinar lo que es mejor para nuestros niños. Le recomendamos ampliamente que revise por completo la política (8600) y procedimiento (8600 R1). Gracias por unirse con nosotros en esta importante y necesaria- acción. Salud Estudiantil Sin importar si su estudiante está ingresando a la escuela a nivel de Jardín de Niños o está a punto de graduarse en junio, el apegarse a las buenas prácticas de salud por parte de todos los estudiantes, nos ayudará a mantenernos todos saludables durante el año escolar. Es muy importante que si su hijo(a) está enfermo, lo mantenga en casa o haga los arreglos necesarios para su cuidado infantil. El traer a un niño(a) enfermo a la escuela pone a otros niño(a)s y al personal en riesgo de enfermarse. Si todos los padres de familia mantienen a su hijo(a) enfermo en casa, tendremos una comunidad escolar más fuerte, saludable y contenta. Por favor refiérase al sitio de internet del Distrito en wednet.edu/health, para información más completa de cómo abordar la salud de su estudiante, enfermedades y otros temas de salud. Los formularios necesarios para apoyar la salud pueden ser bajados de este sitio de internet. Horse Painting, Brinna Higgins, Age 6, Brier Elementary Medicamentos de Emergencia y Estudiantes con Condiciones de Amenaza de Vida 1. Para la salud y la seguridad de los estudiantes con Condiciones de Amenaza de Vida (LTC), nuestro distrito escolar considera el cumplimiento de la Ley Estatal de Condiciones de Amenaza de Vida (RCW 28A ) como de la más alta prioridad. 2. Ejemplos de posibles Condiciones de Amenaza de Vida incluyen: Alergias severas (anafilaxia) a alimentos, picaduras de insectos o contacto con ciertas sustancias, diabetes, convulsiones, ciertas condiciones cardiacas y muchas más. Si no está seguro, consulte con la enfermera de su escuela. 3. Un estudiante con LTC deberá tener lo siguiente en la escuela antes de que comenzar clases: Un plan de salud para enfrentar la Condición de Amenaza de Vida Si es necesario, órdenes de medicamento y/o de equipo Si es necesario, medicamento y/o equipo 4. El cumplimiento con el tercer punto necesitará ser hecho en una fecha designada en el mes de agosto, típicamente un martes aproximadamente dos semanas antes del primer día de clases, esto con el fin de garantizar de que el estudiante pueda asistir al primer día de clases. Si los padres/guardián entregan los artículos requeridos después de esa fecha, se hará lo todo lo posible para permitir que el estudiante asista, pero no se podrá garantizar. Inhaladores para el Asma Existen leyes estatales que rigen el uso de los inhaladores para el asma en las escuelas. Una nota de padre de familia o guardián no es suficiente. Se necesita tener listas las siguientes cosas para que un estudiante se auto administre los inhaladores para el asma o medicamentos de emergencia: 1. Una autorización médica de proveedor de salud del estudiante; 2. Los padres o guardián necesitarán completar y entregar la documentación requerida por la escuela; 3. El estudiante tiene que demostrar al proveedor de salud y a una enfermera(o) registrada en la escuela la habilidad de usar el inhalador de manera segura y como fue recetada. Virus del Papiloma Humano (HPV) VPH en español- Las tasas de cáncer cervical en el estado de Washington pueden ser reducidas protegiendo a las niñas de HPV, el virus de papiloma humano. El HPV es un virus muy común que se contagia a través del contacto genital. Algunos tipos pueden causar cáncer cervical o verrugas genitales. Tanto los hombres como las mujeres pueden adquirir el HPV y fácilmente contagiar a otros sin darse cuenta que ellos lo tienen. Para más información sobre el HPV, la vacuna, lugares de vacunación y cáncer cervical, visite el Centro para Control de Enfermedades y Prevención (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention) en o en el Departamento de Salud del Estado de Washington Servicios de Educación Especial Los servicios de educación especial son proporcionados a todos los estudiantes calificados desde el nacimiento hasta la edad de 21 años. Para averiguar sobre los servicios para los estudiantes que están actualmente inscritos en el Distrito, contacte al psicólogo de su escuela local. Para los estudiantes que no están actualmente inscritos, por favor llame a la oficina de servicios de psicología y consejería al Las políticas del distrito, procedimientos y cualquier reporte solicitado en relación a la educación especial, está disponible para el público en general bajo solicitud, a través de la oficina de Educación Especial de Distrito. 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9 EDMONDS Transportación, Horarios del Autobús por la Mañana Con muchas familias viviendo afuera del área del transporte del autobús, queremos proveerle con una lista que enseña escuela por escuela la llegada de los autobuses y por cuales paradas pasa. Estas listas están disponibles por escuela en wednet.edu Política sobre el Consumo Estudiantil de Alcohol y Drogas El Distrito Escolar de Edmonds reconoce que el consume/abuso y posesión de alcohol y de sustancias controladas, ilícitas, adictivas o dañinas, incluyendo los esteroides anabólicos, es un problema social y puede traducirse en un impedimento para el desarrollo normal, bienestar y desempeño académico de los estudiantes. Para asegurar la seguridad, salud y bienestar de todos los estudiantes, el Distrito está comprometido al desarrollo de un programa que enfatice la prevención, intervención, apoyo posterior al tratamiento y todas las acciones correctivas necesarias.. El distrito también reconoce el efecto resultante de consumo/abuso de drogas y alcohol a la escuela, hogar y comunidad. Y aunque la obligación principal de buscar asistencia para el estudiante es de los padres/guardianes, el personal de la escuela deberá trabajar con el hogar y la comunidad para desarrollar e implementar un programa de prevención e intervención integral. Parte de nuestra responsabilidad es la de informarle cada año sobre la política distrital sobre el consumo estudiantil de drogas y alcohol. Esta política estipula lo siguiente: Cualquier estudiante que esté bajo la influencia o tenga en su posesión, venda, ofrezca para la venta o distribuya alcohol o sustancias controladas o parafernalias de drogas, será considerado bajo la categoría disciplinaria de mala conducta excepcional, la cual garantiza una serie inmediata de suspensiones o expulsiones a corto y largo plazo. Política del Acoso, Intimidación y Bullying (HIB) El Distrito Escolar de Edmonds está comprometido para establecer un ambiente seguro y de educación cívica para todos los estudiantes. Este ambiente debe estar libre de acoso, intimidación o bullying. El Acoso, intimidación o bullying se traduce en cualquier hecho intencional de un mensaje escrito o imagen - incluyendo aquellas que sean transmitidas de manera electrónica-, actos verbales o físicos. Esto incluye, pero no está limitado a actos que se muestran estar motivados por la raza, color, religión, ascendencia, país de origen, sexo, orientación sexual, incluyendo la expresión de género o identidad, mental o discapacidades mentales u otras características de distinción, cuando un acto: Dañe físicamente a un estudiante o dañe la propiedad del estudiante; Tiene el efecto de interferir sustancialmente con la educación de un estudiante; Es de grado tan severo, persistente o penetrante que crea un ambiente educativo intimidante o amenazante, y/o; Tiene el efecto de interrumpir de manera sustancial con el orden de las operaciones de la escuela. Edmonds School District La política 8207 y su procedimiento 8207-R1 puede ser encontrado en El formulario de reporte de incidentes está localizado bajo los formularios frecuentemente solicitados (Frequently Requested Forms) en este mismo sitio del Distrito. Uso del Internet por el Estudiante y la Comunicación Electrónica El Distrito Escolar de Edmonds proporciona a todos los estudiantes el acceso a servicios de redes, así como al internet y algunas formas de comunicación electrónica. El tener este acceso, permite a los estudiantes a usar los recursos en línea adquiridos por el distrito para apoyar al aprendizaje del estudiante y al sistema de la Biblioteca del Distrito, así como a sitios gratis del internet. Todos los estudiantes participan anualmente en lecciones de seguridad en el internet. Si usted no quiere que su estudiante tenga acceso mientras está en la escuela al internet y a los recursos en línea del Distrito, por favor discuta sus inquietudes con el director(a).después de eso, usted podrá completar el formulario de Exclusión a la Red de Información Electrónica/ Internet Estudiantil y Comunicación Electrónica que se encuentra en o recoja una copia del formulario en la escuela de su hijo(a). SCHOOL DISTRICT Línea para informantes de escuelas seguras Reporte situaciones inseguras Correo de voz anónimo Información para Emergencias Cómo sé si la escuela está cerrada u operando con un horario especial o extraordinario? PADRES, PERSONAL Y ESTUDIANTES - ES IMPORTANTE QUE OBSERVEN QUE: Si no se emite un mensaje por parte del Distrito Escolar de Edmonds, entonces nuestras escuelas estarán operando en horario normal. En el día que ocurra un posible cambio de horario, se hará cada uno de los esfuerzos para que la información esté disponible a no más tardar de las 6:00 a.m. en las siguientes fuentes mediáticas: ESCUCHE O VEA el radio y estaciones de televisión del área. INGRESE A CORREO DE VOZ Conmutador del Distrito: (a partir de aproximadamente las 5:15 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.) Escuelas: La escuela de su hijo(a) puede que proporcione reportes en el sistema de correo de voz. Llame al número principal de la escuela. Kronos New Body, Logan Tuttle, Age 8, Westgate Elementary Cierres de Escuelas Todas las escuelas y programas estarán cerrados por un día. Todas las actividades después de clases, los eventos vespertinos y las prácticas deportivas serán canceladas. Los días escolares perdidos por causas del clima deberán ser recuperados. Vea en el calendario la página de junio para ver los días designados para recuperar los días perdidos. Dos horas Tarde Las clases comenzarán dos horas después de su horario regular de inicio. No habrá transportación intradistrital del CTE. No habrá educación especial preescolar matutina. No habrá preescolar cooperativa (preschool co-op) matutina o transportación para el desarrollo al jardín de niños. Todas las actividades de los estudiantes (deportes después de clases y clubs académicos) se llevarán a cabo como están programados, a menos que se notifique lo contrario. Se dejará salir a los estudiantes en su horario regular de salida a menos que se anuncie lo contrario. Dos Horas Tarde, Transportación de Autobús Reducida Es Igual que en el anterior punto referente a Dos Horas Tarde Los estudiantes SOLAMENTE serán recogidos y regresados a las paradas de autobús listadas en las Rutas de Transportación de Autobús Reducida. Guía para Padres Página 35 En línea el Distrito Escolar de Edmonds en Recursos en Español Regístrese para las enews (Noticias/Avisos Electrónicos)

10 Información del Directorio: Opción a no Divulgar AVISO IMPORTANTE El distrito escolar podrá de manera rutinaria liberar lo que es llamado la Información del Directorio. Esta información del directorio incluye el nombre del estudiante, fotografía, domicilio, número telefónico, fecha y lugar de nacimiento, fechas de asistencia, su participación en actividades reconocidas oficialmente así como deportes, peso o altura de los miembros de los equipos deportivos, diplomas y premios recibidos y la escuela más reciente anterior a la que asistió el estudiante. La información no es divulgada o liberada para fines comerciales, pero puede ser liberada para proveer información educativa, de becas, vocacional, ocupacional y/o militar, o también a los medios masivos noticiosos o el orden público. Usted tiene el derecho de retener esta información. Si no desea que dicha información de su hijo(a) sea divulgada, deberá notificar a su escuela por escrito. Usted puede imprimir, llenar, presentar y entregar el formulario de No Divulgación/Liberación de información del Directorio en Inglés o en Español. Este formulario está disponible en bajo Do Not Release Directory Information o lo puede recoger en la escuela de su hijo(a). Notificación de los Derechos bajo el FERPA Los Derechos Educativos de la Familia y la Ley de Privacidad (FERPA) logran para los padres o estudiantes mayores de 18 años de edad ( estudiantes elegibles ) de ciertos derechos con respecto a los registros educativos de un estudiante. Estos son: El derecho a examinar y revisar los registros educativos de un estudiante, dentro los 45 días a partir del día en que el Distrito Escolar de Edmonds reciba un solicitud para su acceso.* Los padres o estudiantes elegibles deberán meter una solicitud por escrito dirigida al director(a) de la escuela (o al oficial escolar correspondiente) en la cual indique que registros o récords se desean examinar. El director(a) hará los arreglos para el acceso y notificará a los padres de familia o al estudiante elegible de la hora y lugar donde los registros podrán ser examinados. El derecho a solicitar una enmienda en los registros educativos de un estudiante que los padres o el estudiante elegible crean no sean exactos o sean erróneos. Esto deberá ser hecho por escrito al director(a) de la escuela, claramente identificando la parte del registro que se quiere cambiar y especificar porque se encuentra inexacto o erróneo. Si los oficiales del Distrito deciden no realizar la enmienda del registro, como es solicitada por los padres o el estudiante elegible, se les notificará de la decisión y se les informará de sus derechos a una audiencia para la solicitud de la enmienda. Se le proporcionará a los padres o estudiante elegible una información adicional referente a los procedimientos de la audiencia cuando sean notificados de sus derechos a la misma. El derecho de dar consentimiento a la divulgación de información de identificación personal, llamada Información del Directorio que está contenida en los registros educativos del estudiante, excepto en la medida en que FERPA autorice dicha divulgación sin el consentimiento. Una excepción que permite la divulgación sin consentimiento, es la divulgación de ésta información a oficiales escolares que tenga intereses legítimamente educativos. Un oficial escolar es una persona empleada por el distrito como un administrador, supervisor, instructor o miembro del personal de apoyo (incluyendo el personal de salud o médico y el personal de la unidad del cumplimiento de la ley); una personal sirviendo en la Junta Escolar, una persona o compañía con quién el Distrito tiene contrato para realizar un tarea en especial (tales como los abogados, auditores, consultores médicos o terapistas); o un padre de familia o estudiante que esté sirviendo en un comité oficial, tales como un comité disciplinario o de quejas, o asistiendo a otro oficial escolar para que pueda realizar su labores. Un oficial escolar tendrá el interés o propósito legítimo educativo, si dicho oficial necesita revisar un registro educativo para cumplir con sus responsabilidades profesionales. Bajo solicitud, los oficiales del distrito divulgarán los registros educativos sin consentimiento a los oficiales de otro distrito escolar en el que un estudiante intenta inscribirse. FERPA requiere que un distrito escolar haga un intento razonable para notificar al estudiante de una solicitud de sus registros, a menos que declare en su notificación anual que tiene la intención de enviar los registros bajo solicitud.. El derecho a presentar una queja con el Departamento de Educación de los Estados Unidos concerniente a una alegación de fallas hechas por el distrito con el cumplimiento de los requisitos de FERPA. El nombre y dirección de la oficina que administra FERPA es: Family Policy Compliance Committee, U.S. Department of Education, 600 Independence Avenue SW, Washington D.C Procedimiento de Quejas Si usted cree que su hijo(a) está siendo discriminado, usted deberá reportar sus inquietudes o quejas al maestro(a) o director(a) de su hijo(a) inmediatamente. Este permitirá que la escuela responda a la situación tan pronto como sea posible. Si usted no puede resolver su inquietud o queja, usted podrá desear presentar una queja ante el distrito escolar. Cualquier persona puede presentar una queja ante el distrito escolar. Usted puede presentar una queja o querella formal por escrito a través de una carta dirigida al Superintendente que describa lo que sucedió y por qué usted piensa que eso es discriminación. Es de ayuda que incluya lo que usted quiere que el distrito haga al respecto. Su carta deberá estar firmada. El empleado designado por el distrito para resolver quejas, investigará sus alegaciones y le proporcionará al superintendente con un reporte escrito de la queja y el resultado de la investigación. Usted y el distrito podrán también acordar en resolver su queja en vez de proceder con una investigación. El superintendente enviará una carta por escrito en un plazo de 30 días calendarizados que negará sus alegaciones o describirán acciones razonables que el distrito tomará. La carta incluirá como presentar una apelación con su junta escolar si usted no está de acuerdo con la decisión de Superintendente. Las medidas correctivas deberán ocurrir a no más tardar de 30 días del calendario de la fecha de la carta del superintendente. Si usted no está de acuerdo con la decisión del superintendente o nadie responde a su carta, podrá presentar una apelación por escrito con una carta dirigida a la junta escolar. Esta carta deberá incluir la parte de la decisión hecha por escrito del Superintendente que usted desea apelar e indicar lo que quiere que el distrito haga al respecto. Su carta deberá ser presentada o sometida con el Secretario de su Junta Escolar para el 10mo día del calendario después de usted haber recibido la carta responsiva del superintendente. La junta escolar programará una audiencia en un plazo de 20 días calendarizados, después de haber recibido su carta de apelación. Usted podrá también acordar con ellos en una diferente fecha. Ya en la audiencia, usted explicará por qué está en desacuerdo con la decisión de superintendente. Podrá traer testigos u otra información relacionada a su apelación. La junta le enviará una copia de su decisión en un plazo de 10 días del calendario, después de la audiencia. La decisión incluirá como apelar a la oficina del Superintendente de Enseñanza Pública si usted sigue en desacuerdo. Si usted no está de acuerdo con la decisión de la junta escolar, usted podrá presentar una apelación escribiendo una carta al Superintendente de Enseñanza Pública (OSPI). Esta carta deberá incluir la parte de la decisión de la junta escolar que le gustaría apelar y lo que usted quiere que el distrito haga al respeto. Su carta firmada deberá ser recibida por OSPI para el 20vo día del calendario a partir de la fecha de haber recibido la decisión de la junta escolar. Podrá ser entregada en persona o por correo a: OSPI Administrative Resource Services, P.O. Box 47200, Olympia, WA Teléfono (360) OSPI programará una audiencia con el Juez de Ley en lo Administrativo a través de la Oficina de Audiencias Administrativas (OAH). Durante este proceso, se le proporcionará con la información referente a la audiencia. En la audiencia usted explicará por qué está en desacuerdo con la decisión de la junta escolar. Usted podrá traer testigos u otra información relacionada con su apelación. Después la audiencia, usted recibirá una copia de la decisión del juez. Quejas relacionadas a los Programas Federales Una queja ciudadana (en inglés como citizen complaint) es una declaración escrita que alega una violación de una regla federal, ley o regulación estatal que se aplica a un programa federal. Para presentar una queja contra el distrito escolar, el servicio educativo del distrital (ESD) o contra otro proveedor de servicio (subcesionario), por favor visite el sitio web de la Oficina de Quejas Ciudadanas del Superintendente de Enseñanza Pública en www. k12.wa.us/titlei/citizencomplaint.aspx, para una explicación del proceso de 5 pasos. Guía para Padres Página 36 En línea el Distrito Escolar de Edmonds en Recursos en Español Regístrese para las enews (Noticias/Avisos Electrónicos)

11 Prácticas de Aplicación de Pesticida Nuestro distrito ha establecido el Manejo Integrado de Plagas (IPM) para ayudar a proporcionar un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro y saludable, así como de trabajo y de juego para los estudiantes, personal, familias y usuarios de nuestra propiedad. Usamos el alcance IPM para controlar la vegetación indeseada, enfermedades de las plantas y poblaciones de plagas. Usamos métodos de manejo de plagas y vegetación para minimizar el riesgo a la salud humana, vida silvestre y al ambiente, al mismo tiempo que se mantiene económicamente accesible para el distrito escolar. Estos métodos incluyen construcción proactiva y diseño de jardines, saneamiento, exclusión, educación, uso de controles culturales, mecánicos y biológicos y el uso de pesticidas. La siguiente es una lista de los pesticidas más frecuentemente usados. Bromadiolone Casaron Crossbow Glysophate (Roundup) Moss Out Pendulum Aquacap Stomp Terro Rodent Bait Pre-Emergent Herbicide Herbicide Herbicide Herbicide Pre-Emergent Herbicide Insecticide Ant bait Hudson Bay Lighthouse, Charlie Green, Age 10, Edmonds Elementary El Proceso de Aviso o Notificación Se llevará a cabo una notificación o aviso por escrito con cuarenta y ocho horas de anticipación a la aplicación programada de pesticidas, la cual será publicada en un área visible. El aviso o notificación será una letrero de 8 ½ x 11 pulgadas y proporcionará el nombre de los pesticidas usados, las fecha y hora en que se intenta hacer la aplicación, lugar dónde se piensa aplicar el pesticida, nombre de la plaga que se está controlando y el nombre y teléfono de la persona de contacto del Distrito. Los padres de familia, guardianes o personal interesado podrán hacer una solicitud por escrito a ser proporcionada con 48 horas de anticipación previa a la aplicación del pesticida. La información sobre el proceso se encuentra disponible en la escuela de su hijo(a). Los padres, guardianes o miembros del personal que hayan hecho una solicitud escrita para ser notificados, serán contactados por correo electrónico, teléfono, correo postal o recibirla a través de la correspondencia de su niño(a) -kid mail-. Avisos de la Aplicación El aviso de la aplicación de pesticidas será puesto en la escuela al momento del tratamiento. Para la aplicación en jardines, un letrero de 4x5 será puesto en el lugar de la aplicación y en los puntos de mayor acceso al sitio. Para aplicaciones contra plagas con humanos en interiores, estructuras y exteriores, el aviso será colocado en el sitio de tratamiento y en los puntos de acceso al área/salones con un letrero de 8 ½ x 11. El aviso dirá: El tipo de pesticida usado, fecha y hora de la aplicación, lugar donde el pesticida será aplicado, plaga a controlar, nombre y teléfono de la persona de contacto del Distrito. Los avisos permanecerán en el lugar por al menos 24 horas a partir de la hora en que la aplicación haya sido completada. En el evento en que la etiqueta del pesticida requiera un periodo de acceso restringido mayor a 24 horas, el letrero del aviso o notificación permanecerá en el lugar de acuerdo con el periodo de acceso restringido requerido por la etiqueta del pesticida. El distrito escolar no es responsable de que los avisos sean quitados por personas no autorizadas. El distrito no será hecho responsable por daños a la propiedad personal o lastimaduras físicas resultantes de que los letreros hayan sido quitados. Situaciones de Uso por Emergencia La notificación previa no es requerida cuando se hace una aplicación de emergencia a las instalaciones de la escuela para controlar una plaga que pueda causar lastimaduras, avispas/ avispones, o una plaga que presente riesgos de salud inmediatos. Sin embargo, la notificación consistente con una aplicación normal ocurrirá lo más pronto posible después que se haya llevado a cabo una aplicación de emergencia. Tampoco se requiere de una notificación previa, si la aplicación es hecha cuando la escuela no es ocupada por estudiantes por lo menos 48 horas después de la aplicación. La aplicación de pesticida antimicrobiano o la colocación de cebos para insectos o roedores no requieren de una notificación o letreros si estos no están al acceso de los niños. Los pesticidas podrán ser aplicados por el personal del distrito o aplicadores comerciales. Sí se requiere, los pesticidas podrán ser aplicados en cualquier propiedad del distrito. Para más información en el manejo de plagas dentro del Distrito Escolar de Edmonds y para obtener nuestro resumen anual de uso de pesticidas u obtener los récords de las aplicaciones hechas, por favor contacte a George Marschall, gerente de mantenimiento al Plan de Gestión de Asbestos El Distrito ha desarrollado un Plan de Manejo del Asbesto para cada una de las escuelas, como es requerido por la Ley de Respuesta de Emergencia contra Peligros del Asbesto promulgada en La ley requiere que las escuelas sean inspeccionadas para identificar cualquier material de construcción que contenga asbesto y que por cualquier material sospechoso que sea identificado, se colecten muestras (o sean asumidas que son de asbesto) y calificarlas de acuerdo a la condición y el peligro potencial que impliquen. Cada tres años el Distrito conduce una reinspección para determinar si la condición del material existente o asumido que contiene asbesto (ACMB) ha cambiado y hacer recomendaciones sobre cómo manejar o remover el material. Un recorrido de inspección es también hecho cada seis meses. Los siguientes edificios no contienen materiales que contengan asbesto, por lo tanto no han sido requerido ningún programa de operación o mantenimiento o futuras inspecciones: Preparatorias Edmonds-Woodway, Lynnwood, Meadowdale, y Mountlake Terrace; Escuelas Primarias Cedar Valley, Chase Lake, Maplewood, Martha Lake, Meadowdale, Seaview y Terrace Park. Es la intención del Distrito de cumplir con todas las regulaciones estatales y federales de control de asbesto, así como tomar los pasos que sean necesarios para asegurar que los estudiantes y empleados tengan un ambiente saludable y seguro para aprender y trabajar. Las personas interesadas son bienvenidas a revisar una copia del Plan de Mantenimiento de Asbesto localizado en cada una de las escuelas y en la oficina de mantenimiento del distrito; 2927 Alderwood Mall Blvd., Lynnwood. Todas las cuestiones relacionadas al plan y/o temas relacionados con el asbesto, deberán ser dirigidas a George Marschall, coordinador del programa de asbesto del distrito al Guía para Padres Página 37 En línea el Distrito Escolar de Edmonds en Recursos en Español Regístrese para las enews (Noticias/Avisos Electrónicos)

12 Elementary Schools 1 Beverly Elementary 2 Meadowdale Elementary 4 Lynndale Elementary 5 Seaview Elementary 6 Maplewood Center (K-12) 8 Sherwood Elementary 9 Westgate Elementary 13 Mountlake Terrace Elementary 14 Terrace Park School 15 Brier Elementary 16 Cedar Way Elementary 20 Chase Lake Community School 22 Hazelwood Elementary 23 Cedar Valley Community School 24 Lynnwood Elementary 25 Spruce Elementary 27 Martha Lake Elementary 30 Oak Heights Elementary 33 Hilltop Elementary 35 Edmonds Elementary 36 College Place Elementary 39 Madrona School (K-8) 40 Maplewood Parent Cooperative (K-8) 77 Edmonds Heights K-12 Middle Schools 64 Meadowdale Middle 68 Alderwood Middle 69 Brier Terrace Middle 70 College Place Middle High Schools 82 Mountlake Terrace High 83 Meadowdale High 85 Lynnwood High 86 Edmonds-Woodway High 87 Scriber Lake High Early Childhood 7 Alderwood Early Childhood Center ESC-Educational Services Center Edmonds School District 15 Puget Sound 8 W N 35 9 S 39 E Edmonds Community College ESC th Ave W Wine Sap Rd Filbert Rd Cascadian Way Wine Sap Rd 4 th Ave SE Visit Edmonds School District Online 6 th Ave SE Printing by Consolidated Press Department phone numbers begin with followed by the extension listed below: Main District Phone Number Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable Athletics BECCA/EdCAP/Student Support Business Services Capital Projects Career and Technical Education Challenge Program Clothes for Kids...(425) Community Relations Counseling & Guidance (Elementary) Counseling & Guidance (Secondary) Diversity, Equity and Outreach Early Childhood Education Employee Benefits English Language Learners (ELL) Services Facilities and Operations Federal Programs Food Services Foundation for Edmonds School District Executive Director Alumni Free & Reduced Meals Human Resources Indian Education Title VII K Latino Outreach Maintenance Music Nurses Payroll & Benefits Printing Services Psychologists Purchasing Risk Management Safety Special Education Student Learning Substitute Office Summer School Superintendent & School Board Technology Telecommunications Transcript Information Transportation Visual & Performing Arts Warehouse Work Adjustment

13 Edmonds School District 15 Educational Services Center (ESC) th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA Elementary Principal Address Office Phone Start Time End Time Early Release Times Beverly Ryan Henderson th St. SW, Lynnwood, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Brier Johnna Stewart nd St. SW, Brier, :20 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:20 p.m. Cedar Valley C.J. Gray th Ave. W, Lynnwood, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Cedar Way Hawk Cramer th Ave. W, Mountlake Terrace, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Chase Lake Karen Nilson th Ave. W, Edmonds, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. College Place Scott Morrison th Ave. W, Lynnwood, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Edmonds Brett Hagen 1215 Olympic Ave., Edmonds, :00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Hazelwood Dr. Tim Parnell th St. SW, Lynnwood, :20 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:20 p.m. Hilltop Jane O Brien Damson Road, Lynnwood, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Lynndale Chris Fulford st Pl. SW, Lynnwood, :00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Lynnwood Chris Lindblom th Ave. W, Lynnwood, :20 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:20 p.m. Martha Lake Tom Trexel Larch Way, Lynnwood, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Meadowdale Dan Davis th St. SW, Lynnwood, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Mountlake Terrace Doug Johnson nd Ave. W, Mountlake Terrace, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Oak Heights Susan Ardissono th Ave. W, Lynnwood, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. Seaview Jack Sackett th St. SW, Edmonds, :00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Sherwood Christi Kessler th Ave. W, Edmonds, :20 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:20 p.m. Spruce Katy Kayler Spruce Way, Lynnwood, :20 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:20 p.m. Terrace Park Mary Freitas th St. SW, Mountlake Terrace, :00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m. Westgate Susan Lathrop th St. SW, Edmonds, :40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 11:40 a.m. K-8 Schools Madrona Lynda Fischer th St. SW, Edmonds, :20 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:20 p.m. Maplewood Michelle Jacobs Mathis th St. SW, Edmonds, :20 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:20 p.m. Secondary Alderwood MS Erin Murphy th Ave. W, Lynnwood, :00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Brier Terrace MS Donna Alex Alexander Brier Road, Brier, :00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. College Place MS Thea Gardner th St. SW, Lynnwood, :00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Meadowdale MS Jennifer Kniseley th St. SW, Lynnwood, :00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. Edmonds-Woodway HS Miriam Mickelson th St. SW, Edmonds, :20 a.m. 1:50 p.m. 10:30 a.m. Lynnwood HS David Golden North Road, Bothell, :20 a.m. 1:50 p.m.* 10:20 a.m. Meadowdale HS Kevin Allen th St. SW, Lynnwood, :20 a.m. 1:50 p.m.* 10:20 a.m. Mountlake Terrace HS Greg Schwab th Ave. W, Mountlake Terrace, :20 a.m. 1:50 p.m.* 10:20 a.m. Scriber Lake HS Kathy Clift th Ave. W, Edmonds, :35 a.m. 2:15 p.m. 11:05 a.m. Edmonds elearning Katie Bjornstad, Manager th Ave. W. Edmonds Schedules vary -- contact the school K-12 Schools Edmonds Heights K-12 Scott Mauk th Ave. W, Edmonds, Schedules vary -- contact the school Maplewood Center Laura Buccieri, Office Manager th St. SW, Edmonds, :50 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:10 a.m. Alderwood Early Dennis Burkhardt, Director th Pl. SW, Lynnwood, Schedules vary -- contact the school Childhood Center * Bus arrival and tutorial time begins earlier; time shown is start of 1st period. * La llegada del autobús y el horario de tutoría comienzan más temprano; la hora mostrada es el comienzo del 1er periodo.

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