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M079-12 01/02/13
+ Next Generation Science Standards Public Draft Open for Input

OSPI is excited to announce a final opportunity for public input on the draft Next Generation Science Standards this month! Since Spring 2011, Washington has been a leader with 25 other states, Achieve Inc., and the National Research Council in the development of Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).

Teaching and Learning
M078-12 12/26/12
+ Visiting Teachers from Spain and China

K–12 schools in Washington State have the opportunity to host visiting teachers from Spain and China for one to three years through international education programs supported by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

Teaching and Learning
M076-12 12/18/12
+ Washington State-Funded Education Leadership Intern Program Application

It is the intent of the Washington State-Funded Education Leadership Intern Program to provide funds to public school districts for the partial release time of district employees participating in an administrative intern program (superintendent, principal, or program administrator) with an appropriate mentor.

  • M076-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - Leadership Intern Program 2013 Application Form SPI 1651
  • Attach 2 - Assurances Form

Professional Certification
M075-12 12/04/12
+ Reporting of Selected Program Expenditures for the 2011–2012 Fiscal Year

The purpose of this memorandum is to request certain information on 2011–2012 fiscal year program expenditures from educational service districts (ESDs) and school districts.

School Apportionment and Financial Services
M074-12 11/16/12
+ 2012 Washington Achievement Index Data Review

In 2009, the Washington State Legislature asked the State Board of Education (SBE) to create an accountability index to complement the federal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) system.

Communications
M073-12 11/14/12
+ Professional Development Opportunities: Assessments for Educational Technology

The Educational Technology Department at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction will present a series of professional development (PD) opportunities in three formats: webinars, face-to-face PD workshops and online courses.

Information Technology Services
M072-12 11/15/12
+ Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Reviews School District Personnel Records and Hiring Processes for School Bus Drivers and Mechanic Staff Positions

The Washington State division of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is responsible for ensuring compliance with those federal regulations that deal with school bus operations.

Student Transportation
M071-12 11/15/12
+ School District Policy Exempting Stops at Rail Grade Crossings

Recently, the Washington State Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) requested clarification from the Attorney General’s Office if the Commission had “the authority to approve the installation of “Exempt” signs at highway-railroad grade crossings on mainline railroads, or is UTC’s authority limited to industrial and spur lines?” The answer was in the form of a memorandum, not an official Attorney General opinion and is attached to this memorandum for your reference.

Student Transportation
M070-12 11/08/12
+ K–12 Data and Reports Web Site – Phase I Release

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) invites superintendents, principals, and other stakeholders to preview the new K–12 Data and Reports web site prior to its public release December 6, 2012.

Assessment and Student Information
M069-12 11/12/12
+ Request for Application for Mathematics Collection of Evidence Standard Setting Committee Members

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction needs 30 people to form a committee to develop recommendations for new performance standards for the Mathematics Collection of Evidence (COE), aligned to the mathematics learning standards adopted in 2008.

Assessment and Student Information
M068-12 11/05/12
+ 2013 School District Levy Authority

Attached is a listing of the 2013 calendar year excess general fund maintenance and operation levy authority for those school districts headquartered in your county.

School Apportionment and Financial Services
M067-12 10/26/12
+ Federal Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Recognition Program

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is announcing that applications are now open for the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Recognition Program.

Teaching and Learning
M066-12 10/24/12
+ 2013 Washington Classified School Employee of the Year

Washington's Classified School Employee of the Year program is accepting nominations.

Communications
M065-12 12/04/12
+ 2013 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

Nominations are open for the 2013 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

Communications
M064-12 10/24/12
+ House Bill 2247 – Amending RCW 28A.210.260 and RCW 28A.210.270. Public and Private schools — Administration of oral medication by — Conditions & Immunity from Liability – Discontinuance procedure

The purpose of this memo is to notify you of changes to RCW 28A.210.260 as amended by House Bill (HB) 2247.

  • M064-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - WSSDA Medication at School Policy No. 3416
  • Attach 2 - WSSDA Medication at School Procedure No. 3416P
  • Attach 3 - Sample Checklist for Staff Training

Secondary Education and Student Support
M063-12 10/12/12
+ RCW 28A.210.080 Immunization Program; RCW 28A.210.120 Immunization program – Prohibiting child’s presence – Notice to parent, guardian, or adult in loco parentis; and 392-380-045 WAC – Public school pupils – immunization requirement

Recent outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses such as measles and pertussis combined with the high rate of vaccine exemptions in Washington State heighten the important role of schools in controlling vaccine-preventable illness.

  • M063-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - Washington State School Directors' Association Policy No. 3414
  • Attach 2 - Washington State School Directors' Association Procedure 3413P

Secondary Education and Student Support
M062-12 10/10/12
+ Private School Enrollment 2012–13 - Private School Enrollment Report: Extension Program in Home-Based Instruction 2012–13 - Administrative and Instructional Staff Report 2012–13

Private School Enrollment 2012–13 (Form SPI P105B)
Private School Enrollment Report: Extension Program in Home-Based Instruction 2012–13 (Form SPI P105HB)
Administrative and Instructional Staff Report 2012–13 (Form SPI 1570)

Secondary Education and Student Support
M061-12 10/11/12
+ Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet

The purpose of this memorandum is to request completion of Form SPI 1679 (10/2012), Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet, by those districts providing special education services to Medicaid eligible students.

  • M061-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet Instructions
  • Attach 2 - Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet

Special Education
M060-12 10/11/12
+ Startup Grants for GRADS Programs

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s (OSPI) Career and College Readiness Division is opening an application for grants of up to $33,333 each to three schools or skills centers interested in starting a Graduation, Reality And Dual-Role Skills (GRADS) program in the 2012–13 or 2013–14 school years.

Career and College Readiness
M059-12 10/11/12
+ Grant Funding Opportunity – Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP)

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) will issue a request for proposals to fund new three-year partnerships through the 2012–2015 Title II, Part B, Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) competitive grant program.

Teaching and Learning
M058-12 10/17/12
+ 2012-13 Annual Data Collection Plan

This memorandum is to notify school districts the 2012-13 Annual Data Collection Plan is now available at http://www.k12.wa.us/DataAdmin/ under Data Collection Tools.

Information Technology Services
M057-12 09/28/12
+ School Bus Safety Week, October 22–26, 2012, School Zone Safety Patrol Mini-Grants

This year’s National School Bus Safety Week is October 22–26, 2012. Established in 1966 by the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT), the National Association for State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS), and the National School Transportation Association (NSTA), this important event is intended to call attention to school bus safety and promote school bus transportation.

Student Transportation
M056-12 09/28/12
+ School Bus Inspection Results, 2011–12 School Year

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) Commercial Vehicle Division conducts required inspections of all public school buses owned and operated by school districts or operated under a contract to provide student transportation services to a school district.

  • M056-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - School Bus Inspection Results 2011–12 SY

Student Transportation
M055-12 09/27/12
+ Online Provider Approval Rule Changes

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) approves online programs. In 2011, Engrossed Substitute House Bill (ESHB) 2065 broadened the requirement for OSPI approval to include all online school programs, and now there are many district programs that were previously not subject to approval and may now need to participate in this process.

Digital Learning Department
M054-12 09/28/12
+ School Bus Driver Compliance Report, School Year 2012-13

Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 392-144-160 requires school districts to annually evaluate each authorized driver for continuing compliance with the provisions of chapter 392-144 WAC.

Student Transportation
M053-12 09/28/12
+ Educational Service District Accounting Manual Revisions for 2012–2013

The Educational Service District Accounting Manual has been revised for the 2012–2013 school year.

School Apportionment and Financial Services
M052-12 09/21/12
+ School of the Future Competition Reminder and New Marysville Getchell High School Symposium/Tour

This is a reminder to middle and junior high educators of the School of the Future Competition (SOFC) opportunity for the 2012–13 school year, and an announcement of an unique opportunity to visit the new, extraordinary Marysville Getchell High School and participate in a symposium about the planning, design, and construction of this school.

School Facilities and Organization
M051-12 09/13/12
+ Qualified Zone Academy Bonds—2011 Authorization

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) announces the availability of $32 million of Qualified Zone Academy Bond (QZAB) authority.

School Facilities and Organization
M050-12 09/10/12
+ 2012–13 Observances of Constitution and Citizenship Day, Veterans Day, Temperance and Good Citizenship Day, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

This notice provides K–12 teachers and administrators in the state of Washington with suggested resources for observing Constitution and Citizenship Day, Veterans Day, Temperance and Good Citizenship Day, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Teaching and Learning
M049-12 09/10/12
+ Unexcused Absence Definition

OSPI has formally adopted the definition of an unexcused absence in administrative rule for implementation during the 2012–13 school year, as required in the PASS Act (E2SHB 1599) passed in the 2011 Legislative session.

Assessment and Student Information
M048-12 08/31/12
+ School Accountability Under Federal Flexibility Policies

This memorandum explains the changes to the state’s school accountability system that were approved by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) as part of Washington State’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Request.

Special Programs and Federal Accountability
M047-12 09/01/12
+ Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Permit to Transport and Possess Red Swamp Crayfish for School Curriculum Use

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has issued a limited permit to transport and possess red swamp crayfish for school science curriculum use from September 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013.

Teaching and Learning
M046-12 08/22/12
+ Civil Rights Data Collection for the 2011–12 School Year

The United State Department of Education Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC), formerly the Elementary and Secondary School Survey, collects information about students in public schools, including enrollment, educational services and outcomes, disaggregated by ethnicity/race, sex, limited English proficiency, and disability.

Assessment and Student Information
M045-12 08/17/12
+ 2012 Title I, Part A Academic Achievement Award Program

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is pleased to accept nominations and applications for the 2012 Title I, Part A Academic Achievement Award Program.

  • M045-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach C - 2012 Title I, Part A Academic Achievement Award Application

Title I/LAP and Consolidated Program Review
M044-12 08/17/12
+ 2012 Title I, Part A Distinguished Schools Award Program

Applications are currently being sought for the 2012 Washington State Title I, Part A Distinguished Schools Award.

  • M044-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach A - 2012 Title I, Part A Distinguished Schools Award Program Application

Title I/LAP and Consolidated Program Review
M043-12 08/02/12
+ Direct Funding to Technical Colleges for High School Students for 2012–13 School Year

This memorandum informs technical colleges of the requirements for receiving direct state funding for high school students enrolled under an interlocal agreement with a school district.

School Apportionment and Financial Services
M042-12 08/02/12
+ Running Start Enrollment Reporting for 2012–13 School Year

This memorandum provides instructions to community and technical colleges and to Central Washington University, Eastern Washington University, Evergreen State College, Northwest Indian College, Spokane Tribal College, and Washington State University, if participating, for reporting high school students enrolled under the Running Start program (RCW 28A.600.300 through 28A.600.400).

School Apportionment and Financial Services
M041-12 08/03/12
+ Institutional Enrollment Reporting for 2012–13 School Year (Report Form SPI E-672)

This memorandum provides instructions for reporting student enrollment in the following institutional education programs:

  • Residential Habilitation Centers
  • State (JRA) Long-Term Juvenile Institutions
  • State Operated Group Homes
  • County Juvenile Detention Centers
  • Department of Corrections’ Facilities
  • County or City Adult Jails

School Apportionment and Financial Services
M040-12 07/18/12
+ State-funded full-day Kindergarten Requirements: 2012–13 School Year

The purpose of this memorandum is to notify school districts and schools that receive state-funding for full-day Kindergarten of the requirements for obtaining the funding and changes in requirements that will occur in the 2012–13 school year.

Early Learning
M039-12 06/26/12
+ 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Competition

The purpose of this bulletin is to announce the availability of the federal 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) grants.

Secondary Education and Student Support
M038-12 06/15/12
+ Availability of Department of Corrections Data in CEDARS Student Record Exchange System

Substitute House Bill 5428 (SHB 5428), which was passed during the 2011 Legislative Session, requires the Department of Corrections (DOC) to notify the last school district attended when offenders under the age of 21 are released who have been convicted of a crime of violence, a sexual nature, or stalking. Since the legislation was passed, DOC has complied with this requirement by working with OSPI to determine the last school district attended and sending a letter of notification to the district.

Assessment and Student Information
M036-12 06/15/12
+ Soliciting Applications for the Teacher and Principal Evaluation Pilot ESD Regional Implementation Consortia Grants

This notice provides information to superintendents, teachers, principals, and other administrators regarding the application process and deadlines for the Teacher/Principal Evaluation Pilot (TPEP) ESD Regional Implementation Consortia Grant Program created to support Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5895 (ESSB 5895), which was signed into law on April 7, 2012.

  • M036-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach A - RIG I (current 2011–12) Assurances & Application Questions
  • Attach B - RIG II (new 2012–13) Assurances & Application Questions

K-12 Education
M035-12 06/06/12
+ Request for Applications for the Special Unavoidable Circumstance Appeals Review Committee

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is soliciting for new membership on its Special Unavoidable Circumstance Appeal committee.

Assessment and Student Information
M034-12 05/29/12
+ Nomination and Application for Grades 3–12 Washington Alternate Assessment System (WAAS) Portfolio Performance Level Descriptor Revision and Standard Setting Committees

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is looking for both general educators with content expertise and working knowledge of how to support the instructional needs of students with significant cognitive challenges, as well as special educators who are familiar with the WAAS Portfolio, to participate in committees to review new performance level descriptors (PLD) and standard setting.

Assessment and Student Information
M032-12 05/22/12
+ Information regarding the 2012 Jobs Now Act appropriation for Energy Operational Cost Savings Grants

The School Facilities and Organization staff at the Office of Superintendent of Instruction (OSPI) will conduct a K–20 network briefing on June 12, 2012 at 9:00–10:00 a.m. about recent 2012 legislative “Jobs Now Act” funding of $40 million.

School Facilities and Organization
M031-12 05/14/12
+ Call for Middle School and Junior High School Student Teams in School of the Future Design Competition

The annual School of the Future Design Competition (SOFC) offers an opportunity for middle and junior high school students to creatively illustrate school facility planning and design.

School Facilities and Organization
M030-12 05/04/12
+ Collaborative Schools for Innovation and Success Pilot Program

The 2012 Legislature passed legislation (ESHB 2799) that created the Collaborative Schools for Innovation and Success Pilot program.

K-12 Education
M029-12 05/04/12
+ Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is currently enhancing Washington’s K–12 Statewide Longitudinal Data System (K–12 SLDS) and plans to roll out a new reporting portal in late fall 2012 and winter 2013.

Assessment and Student Information
M028-12 05/18/12
+ Traffic Safety Education Program Approval Application, Form SPI/TSE M-365, Traffic Safety Education Request for Validation Stickers, Form SPI/TSE 3009, Continuing Education Requirements for Traffic Safety Instructors

Public and private schools intending to offer Traffic Safety Education (TSE) are required, under WAC 392-153-014, to apply annually to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) for program approval.

Student Transportation
M027-12 04/25/12
+ Grant Funding Available to Develop Professional Development Programs for Mathematics and Science

The Higher Education Coordinating Board (HECB), in collaboration with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), will issue a joint request for proposals to fund a professional development grant program that targets Grades 6–12 implementation of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, Washington State K–12 Science Learning Standards, and “Crosscutting Concepts” and “Scientific and Engineering Practices” from the National Research Council's A Framework for K–12 Science Education: Practices, Crosscutting Concepts, and Core Ideas.

Teaching and Learning
M026-12 04/25/12
+ Changes to the Process and Timelines for Updating Directory Information

To ensure OSPI is notified of critical directory data changes in a timely manner, OSPI has adopted the following schedule and set of practices for directory information.

Policy and Planning
M024-12 04/20/12
+ Private Schools Summer Conference

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is pleased to sponsor the third annual Private Schools Summer Conference. OSPI will partner with Seattle Pacific University to host the summer training on June 19–20, 2012, with a repeat session to be held on August 21–22, 2012.

  • M024-12 - Memoranda
  • M024-12 - Private Schools Summer Conference Flyer

Title II, Part A
M023-12 04/27/12
+ Authority for Districts to Act Outside Their Boundaries

This memorandum is to clarify that school districts in the state of Washington have no authority to physically operate outside of their own defined municipal boundaries in the absence of an appropriate interdistrict cooperation contract (interdistrict agreement) as defined in WAC 392-135-020.

School Apportionment and Financial Services
M022-12 04/05/12
+ Soliciting Nominations for the 2012 Daniel J. Evans Civic Education Award Program

This notice is to provide K–12 teachers and administrators in the state of Washington information regarding the nomination processes and deadlines for the 2012 Daniel J. Evans Civic Education Award Program.

Teaching and Learning
M021-12 04/27/12
+ Private School Annual Approval for 2012–13 School Year

Each spring, the chief administrators of private schools seeking State Board of Education approval for the following school year must file a State Standards Certificate of Compliance with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

Student Support
M020-12 03/28/12
+ Request for Application for Biology End-of-Course Exam Standard Setting Committee Members

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction needs 15 people to form a committee to develop recommendations for new performance standards for biology end-of-course (EOC) exams, aligned to the science learning standards adopted in 2009.

Assessment and Student Information
M019-12 03/22/12
+ Preparation for and Implementation of the Washington Kindergarten Inventory of Developing Skills (WaKIDS) in Fall 2012

The purpose of this memorandum is to provide information regarding the implementation of the Washington Kindergarten Inventory of Developing Skills (WaKIDS) in fall 2012.

Early Learning
M018-12 03/06/12
+ Nomination and Application for Grades 3–12 Washington Alternate Assessment System (WAAS) Portfolio Alignment Study Committees

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is in need of approximately 50 people to form 10 committee groups to evaluate the link between existing grade level learning standards and associated portfolio extensions.

Assessment and Student Information
M017-12 03/05/12
+ Nomination and Application for Grades K–12 Washington English Language Proficiency Assessment (WELPA) Standard Setting Committees

Assessments aligned to the English Language Development (ELD) Standards are being administered to Kindergarten through Grade 12 during winter test administration in February and March of this year.

Assessment and Student Information
M016-12 03/01/12
+ World Language Assessment Days, Winter and Spring 2012

The purpose of this memorandum is to announce the upcoming dates and locations for Washington World Language Assessment Days, which is open to students in grades 7–12 as well as college and university students.

Teaching and Learning
M015-12 02/16/12
+ New Civil Rights Guidelines: Prohibiting Discrimination in Washington Public Schools – Guidelines for School Districts to Implement Chapters 28A.640 and 28A.642 RCW and Chapter 392-190 WAC

The purpose of this memorandum is to announce the publication of new guidelines to assist school districts in implementing Washington State civil rights laws and to offer technical assistance and training.

Equity and Civil Rights
M014-12 02/13/12
+ Collegial and Financial Support for Washington National Board Certification Candidates

The Washington Initiative for National Board Teacher Certification supports Washington teachers who pursue advanced certification with the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).

K-12 Education
M013-12 02/14/12
+ Decrease and Equalization of Criminal History Background Check Fees

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is reducing their processing fee for all fingerprint background checks.

Office of Professional Practices
M012-12 03/05/12
+ McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and Awaiting Foster Care

This memorandum is being issued to provide clarity regarding the definition of “awaiting foster care placement.”

  • M012-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - Joint letter from U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Learning and Teaching Support
M011-12 02/06/12
+ Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Completion Project

The United States Department of Education is announcing an opportunity for school districts to participate in the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Completion Project.

Secondary Education and School Improvement
M010-12 01/31/12
+ Healthy Youth Survey 2012

The purpose of this memorandum is to inform you that recruitment for the 2012 Washington State Healthy Youth Survey (HYS) will begin soon.

Learning and Teaching Support
M009-12 01/30/12
+ Applications for 2012 National Youth Science Camp Delegates

Two Washington State high school seniors will be selected from the applicant pool to receive a scholarship to exchange ideas with scientists and other professionals from the academic and corporate worlds.

Teaching & Learning
M008-12 01/23/12
+ 2013 Washington State Teacher of the Year Program Statewide Call for Regional Nominations

The Superintendent of Public Instruction is calling for regional nominations for the 2013 Washington State Teacher of the Year.

Communications
M007-12 01/19/12
+ Requirements under Part II of E2SSB 6696 Educator Data Collection

On March 29, 2010, Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 6696 (E2SSB 6696) was signed into law revising the teacher and principal evaluation system and establishing the requirements and details of the pilot project intended to develop that new system.

K-12 Education
M006-12 01/12/12
+ Directory Data Reporting

In order to meet federal reporting deadlines, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) must begin extracting the data directory data and formatting it by January 24.

Policy and Planning
M005-12 01/13/12
+ Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet

The purpose of this memorandum is to request completion of Form SPI 1679 (12/2011), Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet, by those districts providing special education services to Medicaid eligible students.

  • M005-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet Instructions for 2011-2012
  • Attach 2 - Potential Medicaid Eligible Student Worksheet for 2011-2012

Special Education
M004-12 05/07/12
+ Simplified Summer Food Program for New Sponsors

The information contained in this memorandum is for sponsors who intend to participate in the Simplified Summer Food Program (SSFP) this summer. Sponsors that wish to operate a SSFP must submit a completed application packet by May 18, 2012.

  • M004-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - New Sponsor Instructions for Completing the Simplified Summer Food Program Application Packet
  • Attach 2 - Simplified Summer Food Program Checklist for New Sponsors
  • Attach 3 - Simplified Summer Food Program Agreement Between Sponsor and OSPI
  • Attach 4 - Questionnaire For New Sponsors
  • Attach 5 - Simplified Summer Food Program Sponsor Application
  • Attach 6 - Simplified Summer Food Program Site Application
  • Attach 7 - Worksheet for Calculating SSFP Budget
  • Attach 8 - Simplified Summer Food Program Budget
  • Attach 9 - Food Distribution Program Application
  • Attach 10 - Procurement Standards
  • Attach 11 - 15-Point Amendment to Food Service Agreement
  • Attach 12 - Sponsors Currently Contracting with a Food Service Management Company
  • Attach 13 - Certification Regarding Lobbying Child Nutrition Programs
  • Attach 14 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
  • Attach 15 - Statewide Vendor Registration and Direct Deposit Authorization
  • Attach 16 - User Authorization for Child Nutrition Programs
  • Attach 17 - Simplified Summer Food Program Field Trip Notification
  • Attach 18 - Free Meal Policy Statement (Open Sites Only)
  • Attach 19 - Free Meal Policy Statement (Closed Enrolled Sites and Camps Only)
  • Attach 20 - 2012 Letter to Parents
  • Attach 21 - Confidential Income Statement
  • Attach 22 - Income Guidelines
  • Attach 23 - General Guidance for Determining Eligibility of Confidential Income Statements
  • Attach 24 - Sample Media Releases Cover Letter
  • Attach 25 - Sample Health Inspector Letter
  • Attach 26 - Simplified Summer Food Program Field Trip Fax Notification
  • Attach 27 - Sample Agreement Disclosure of Free and Reduced-Price Information Agreement

Child Nutrition Services
M003-12 05/15/12
+ Seamless Summer Feeding Program Application

Attached is the application packet and information regarding the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Seamless Summer Feeding Program (SP) for children.

  • M003-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach A - Instructions for Completing the Seamless Summer Feeding Program Agreement and Application
  • Attach B - Seamless Summer Feeding Program Agreement
  • Attach C - User Authorization for Child Nutrition Programs
  • Attach D - Sample Media Release Cover Letter
  • Attach E - Sample Media Release for Open Sites
  • Attach F - Sample Media Release for Closed Enrolled Sites

Child Nutrition Services
M002-12 05/25/12
+ Simplified Summer Food Program Application Packet for Returning Sponsors

The information contained in this memorandum is for sponsors who operated a summer meal program in 2011 and intend to participate in the Simplified Summer Food Program (SSFP) this summer.

  • M002-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach 1 - Returning Sponsor Instructions for Completing the SSFP Agreement and Application
  • Attach 2 - Simplified Summer Food Program Checklist for Returning Sponsors
  • Attach 3 - Simplified Summer Food Program Agreement Between Sponsor and OSPI
  • Attach 4 - FORM SPI 1145 Simplified Summer Food Program Food Distribution Program Application
  • Attach 5 - Simplified Summer Food Program Procurement Standards
  • Attach 6 - 15-Point Amendment to Food Service Agreement
  • Attach 7 - School Districts Currently Contracting with a Food Service Management Company
  • Attach 8 - Certification Regarding Lobbying
  • Attach 9 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
  • Attach 10 - Statewide Payee Registration Washington State W-9
  • Attach 11 - User Authorization for Child Nutrition Programs
  • Attach 12 - Field Trip Notification
  • Attach 13 - Exhibit 1 Free Meal Policy Statement for the Simplified Summer Food Program for Children (Open Sites Only)
  • Attach 14 - Exhibit 1a Free Meal Policy Statement (Closed Enrolled Sites and Camps Only)
  • Attach 15 - Exhibit 2 Simplified Summer Food Program 2012 Letter to Parents Summer Feeding Programs (Closed Enrolled Sites and Camps Only)
  • Attach 16 - Exhibit 3 Confidential Income Statement Household Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals
  • Attach 17 - USDA Child Nutrition Program Income Guidelines Summer 2012
  • Attach 18 - General Guidance for Determining Eligibility of Confidential Income Statements
  • Attach 19 - Sample Media Release for Open Sites and Closed Enrolled Sites
  • Attach 20 - Prototype Health Inspector Letter
  • Attach 21 - Field Trip Fax Notification
  • Attach 22 - Disclosure of Free and Reduced-Price Information Agreement

Child Nutrition Services
M001-12 02/13/12
+ Summer Feeding Programs for Children: Intent to Participate

Attached is information regarding the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) Summer Feeding Programs for children.

  • M001-12 - Memoranda
  • Attach A - The Simplified Summer Food Program in Washington State
  • Attach B - The Seamless Summer Feeding Program in Washington State
  • Attach C - 2012 Summer Feeding Programs Intent to Participate/Application Request and 2012 Workshop Registration

Child Nutrition Services

 

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