Cooperative Programs With Other Districts, Public Agencies, Private Schools and Daycare Agencies
Whenever it appears to the economic, administrative and educational advantage of the district to participate in cooperative programs with other units of local government, the superintendent will prepare and present for the board's consideration an analysis of each cooperative proposal.
Cooperative agreements will comply with the requirements of the Interlocal Cooperation Act, with assurances that all parties to the agreement have the legal authority to engage in the activities contemplated by the agreement.
Private and Parochial Schools and Daycare Agencies
The district will cooperate with private and parochial schools, including day care programs, both in federally assisted programs and other efforts that are permitted by law. The primary obligation of the district will be to its students, and such cooperation will not interfere with or diminish the quality of services offered to its students.
|Legal References:||RCW 28A.150.350||Part-time students — Defined — Enrollment authorized — Reimbursement for costs — Funding authority recognition — Rules, regulations|
|RCW 28A.160.120||Agreements with other governmental entities for transportation of public or other noncommon school purposes — Limitations|
|Chapter 28A.205 RCW||Education Centers|
|RCW 28A.225.250||Compulsory School Attendance and Admission — Cooperative programs among school districts — Rules|
|RCW 28A.235.120||Meal Programs — Establishment and operation — Personnel — Agreement|
|Chapter 39.34 RCW||Interlocal Cooperation Act|
|Chapter 48.62 RCW||Local Government Insurance|
|Chapter 392-135 WAC||Finance — Interdistrict Cooperation Programs|
Adoption Date: 11.18.02
Former Policy Number: 4320, 4330
Clover Park School District