SJE Board Policy 2178 — Instruction

Traffic Safety Education

 

The district shall provide traffic safety instruction for eligible students. A fee shall be assessed to cover those costs which are not reimbursed by state funds, except that this fee may be waived or reduced for students whose families, by reason of their low income, would have difficulty paying the full fee. The USDA child nutrition program guidelines shall be used to determine qualification for a waiver or reduction.

The board directs the superintendent to implement procedures dealing with program supervision; curriculum development; student enrollment criteria, including but not limited to grade level of student, age of student and enrollment status of student; student progress; and collection and refunding of student fees, including provisions for accruing money for future traffic safety program needs or refunding students when student fees exceed the unreimbursed cost of the programs; and notice of the availability of fee waivers or reductions.

 

 

Legal References:

RCW 28A.220.020 Definitions--Traffic safety education course--Qualified teacher of traffic safety education--Realistic level of support

RCW 28A.220.040 Fiscal support--Reimbursement to school districts--Enrollment fees--Deposit

RCW 46.20.055 Instruction permits and temporary licenses

WAC 392-153-010 Definitions--Traffic safety education course--Classroom instruction--Laboratory experience--Qualified teacher of traffic safety education

WAC 392-153-015 Reimbursement or grants to school district

WAC 392-153-020 Teacher and instructor qualifications

WAC 392-153-032 Realistic level of effort

WAC 392-153-035 Scheduling

WAC 392-153-040 Administration

 

Adoption Date: 3-26-01

St. John - Endicott Cooperative Schools