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General Library Item Name Release Date Expire date Access Content Private Friday Report 2013-02-22 February 23, 2013

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Board Meetings & Minutes Drafts There are no minutes drafts pending, and no changes were suggested for the minutes attached to the upcoming regular board meeting. JHS Track Dedication & Fundraiser: The Jackson High School Track and Field/Cross Country Booster Club will host a track dedication and fundraiser on March 16, from 10 a.m. to noon, and the club is inviting the board members to participate. This is a community event to thank the district and the board for their efforts to upgrade the track facility at Jackson and Cascade High Schools. The booster club is also inviting the Mill Creek City Council members, school administrators, coaches from Jackson High and Gateway and Heatherwood Middle Schools, current Jackson track athletes and their families, Jackson track and field alumni and their families, and the local community. CHS 50th Anniversary Celebration Date Change: The 50th anniversary celebration for Cascade High School, previously scheduled for early March, has been moved to Saturday, June 1, at 2 p.m., in the school's gymnasium, in order to allow more time for planning and for coordination with alumni groups. Board Agenda Items Northwest Regional Learning Center: NWRLC (Northwest Regional Learning Center) is a program run by Northwest ESD 189 to provide educational services to adjudicated youth from 8th grade through high school. Staff plan to contract for eight students for the 2013-2014 school year, a reduction from 10 students for the 2012-13 school year. The program is housed in the Arlington School District and serves eight local districts. Everett has contracted for these services for over 10 years. These students currently cannot receive their educational program in a comprehensive high school due to safety concerns, or judicial orders limiting their contact with other students. Snohomish Discovery: Snohomish Discovery is another contract placement operated by ESD 189. It is an elementary through middle school program for students with severe mental health and behavioral concerns. Staff plan to contract with Snohomish Discovery for two students for the 2013-14 school year. These students require the comprehensive mental health and behavioral services that Snohomish Discovery can provide. Board-Superintendent Communications Two involved items of communication are included below. The first is a lengthy response to the most recent communication from Jeff Heckathorn, who intends to address the board at the upcoming regular meeting. The email response includes the result of considerable staff research and discussion needed to respond to Mr. Heckathorn's suggestions, claims, and proposals; each has been answered definitively. The second email series responds to a request from a food processing concern to engage the entire board of directors in an email conversation regarding the organization's proposed use for the Colby campus. Ms. Pasztor has been advised that such a conversation would violate the Open Public Meetings Act; has been provided the policy and procedure for addressing the board during a regular meeting; and has been advised that the "Public Comments" portion of the meeting is not a conversational setting but rather an opportunity to address the directors assembled in accordance with the policy requirements. Ms. Pastor also has been advised she is suggesting a use change for public property that requires open competition and involves considerable process for considering alternative options, and that Mike Gunn is her contact for managing these processes and negotiations for leases, sales, purchases, etc., after the board decides the property should be used in a particular fashion. Directors will note this request is related to current and ongoing board consideration of property use plans and projected

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decisions about facilities disposition and investments. Attachment: Heckathorn-Cohn Emails (IB program) 20130221.pdf (56 KB) Attachment: Pasztor-Cohn Emails (Farmer Frog) 20130221.pdf (19 KB) Legislative Update The WSSDA Legislative Update and WASA's This Week In Olympia (TWIO) keep school directors and school leadership across the state informed on budget issues and legislation impacting K12 education. The versions available at the time this edition of the Friday Report was released are the Feb. 17, 2013 edition of WSSDA's Legislative Update and the Feb. 22, 2013 edition of WASA's This Week In Olympia. Directors are encouraged to review both of these publications. Nearly 200 bills have been introduced in the legislature, and these services assist you in tracking the progress of those proposed items of legislation. Several have gathered more attention due to their potential for impact on the educational program of districts and the financial impact on school operations. Brief updates on the status are included below for directors in preparation for the March Legislative Conference in Olympia. Capital Budget and School Construction Funding: The House and the Senate have different approaches to funding the School Construction Assistance Program ("SCAP"). OSPIs budget request included two distinct elements: a maintenance level request and a policy level request that addresses the continued underfunding of the states financial assistance to districts for building and renovating schools. The Senate adopted Substitute Senate Bill 5445, an "Early Action Budget," narrowly framing a focus exclusively on schools and provides $475 million for the SCAP and an additional $10 million grant program to improve school security. The bill is now in the House Capital Budget Committee. The House Capital Budget, House Bill 1089, includes maintenance level funding for the SCAP, $10 million for small repair grants, and $500,000 for emergency repair grants. The Senate budget will provide no funding for the new elementary school that the facilities team currently projects will be needed in the south half of the district. This is because the Senate budget only funds the maintenance level for school construction and the OSPI formula artificially assumes that if allocated 90 square feet per elementary student, districts will have adequate space to house all of their students. This is an outdated number; it does not reflect how schools are built to meet today's educational program needs, nor does it reflect the impact of the states plan to invest in universal all-day Kindergarten by 2018 (it will have the effect of increasing FTE but not increasing the square footage allocation). Impact Fees: House Bill 1652 and Senate Bill 5664 would require local jurisdictions to provide for an option to pay impact fees either at the time of closing (with a recorded covenant) or at final inspection/certificate of occupancy. This bill is similar to bills from previous legislative sessions, with a key difference: the provisions would be permanent rather than temporary. The House Local Government Committee heard HB 1652 in February, and supporting testimony came from the Building Industry Association of Washington ("BIAW") and the Master Builders of King and Snohomish Counties ("MBA"). The essence of districts' concern is that revenue from the fees would be delayed past the point school boards need to invest in infrastructure changes, such as purchasing and moving portables to accommodate growth, and boards could be placed in the position of being in the collection business after the sale of properties rather than at the time of sale or construction. School Safety: Senate Bill 5197 and House Bill 1811 would require school districts to consider certain safety features when constructing new schools and remodeling existing schools. As originally introduced, SB 5197 required that all school buildings, when constructed or remodeled, contain an electronic locking mechanism for all exterior building doors (we are already considering this), and be designed to restrict public access through a single entry through the administrative office (our new schools are designed this way, and schools are moving to fewer entry points), along with other requirements. The current bill, 2SSB 5197, requires districts to "strongly consider" school designs with campus appropriate "perimeter control systems," and to "give preference" to school designs that incorporate "evolving technology and best practices to protect students and staff." Everett already does this. The bill also defines the remodeling trigger to apply only when 40 percent or more of the school will be remodeled, and states that districts should "[s]strongly consider installing a perimeter security control mechanism or system on all school campuses, as is appropriate to the design of each campus." This provision raises a question regarding creating a "higher legal standard of care" regarding school security even though the provision about perimeter control systems is not "mandatory." Essentially, this could provide a broad, new landscape for law suits if schools aren't fenced. Imagine how a campus like historic Everett High School would be fenced without disrupting traffic and student passage in the city's downtown; the result creating in law a duty that cant be met, with no resources provided to defend against legal actions. Consider as well the value of fencing at certain sites compared to the value of city or county SROs. (Note also, that several of Everett's campuses are already fenced.) Public Records: House Bill 1128 would authorize public agencies to seek a court injunction against public records requests under specific circumstances where it is found that requests: are made to harass or intimidate the local agency; are made in retaliation for an action of the local government; create an undue burden on the local government; or where, if fulfilled, would threaten the safety or security of the local agency or its staff. The local agency would need to meet a high standard to convince a court to issue an injunction. HB 1128 would also authorize agencies to adopt a policy limiting the number of hours they devote to responding to public records requests if the value of the time allotted "equals one percent of the local agencys annual operations and maintenance budget, or a lesser amount provided that it is reasonable in light of the local agencys resources and other essential functions. 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than five hours per month responding to requests." Estimates of what the one percent figure translates into for Everett Public Schools show that one percent is likely unreachable: 1 percent = $1,941,688, or 55,476 work hours (26.6 FTE). Substitute HB 1128 would exempt requests made by the news media from being enjoined. This bill, if passed as proposed, would likely have no effect on Everett. Mutual Agreement for Teacher Placement: In February, the Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee held a hearing on a bill requiring both the school's principal and the teacher to consent to the teachers assignment to a school. SB 5242 directs districts to implement policies that require both a schools principal and the teacher to consent to the teachers assignment to the school. In the past few years, a growing number of states or districts have adopted what has been called mutual consent, including Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Louisiana, Rhode Island, and Washington, D.C. Only Washington D.C.'s policy resembles what is proposed in SB 5242, which moves involuntary placement authority from the district and splits it between the school principal and the teacher. The bill creates several opportunities for "bargaining" to occur at the school level rather than for all schools, for the district to absorb the cost of teachers who are "unassignable" based on failure to reach placement agreement, and is projected to complicate staffing adjustments necessary every fall due to school-by-school enrollment variations. This bill has the potential to create a "rubber room" situation decried in previous media reports. Digital College in High School: House Bill 1208 would establish the Digital College in the High School as a two-year pilot project beginning in the 2013-14 school year. The project will allow high school juniors and seniors to enroll in online courses through a single web-based portal, created by OSPI and the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC), regardless of which college offers the course. Students would receive both high school and college credit. The bill would direct school districts to transmit state funds to the SBCTC for each full-time equivalent student enrolled in the online courses, minus 15 percent, and stipulates that enrolled students may not be charged tuition, fees, or textbook costs for the online courses. A key problem with this bill is the fiscal impact on school districts; it moves a large portion of K-12 state funding to higher education, which doesnt seem consistent with the McCleary decision, while leaving districts responsible for the existing, ongoing staff costs. The bill apparently died in committee, but could resurface later during the session. An amended version is attached with notes. Attachment: PSHB1208.pdf (68 KB) Long-Term Suspension: In January, the Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee held a public hearing on four bills regarding suspension and/or expulsion of students. It appears that only SB 5244 is still active. The proposed 10 school day period to rescind or convert emergency expulsions could pose safety issues where complicated facts have prevented the completion of a full investigation of the underlying conduct and/or assessment of the safety needs of students and staff upon the students return to school. In Everett, the re-entry process is well documented and includes several safeguards for students (both those who are expelled or suspended, and those who have been the subject of behaviors that resulted in this level of discipline). The proposals also provides for a significant level of out-of-school service for suspended or expelled students, with no apparent funding source of funding to support the proposals. Charter School Rules: Based on the attached chart, the State Board of Education (SBE) is beginning its roll out of proposed rules in response to Initiative 1240. The hearing on the first set of these rules has been scheduled for next week. This first rule set only addresses the mechanism for school districts seeking to become authorizers of future charter schools. Initiative 1240 required these initial authorizer rules/timelines be set by the SBE within 90 days of the initiative's effective date (March 6, 2013). In the near future, the Washington Charter School Commission (a separate state agency created by Initiative 1240) will engage in its rule making process. Several legal questions related to the formation of "conversion charter schools" will require board attention at some point, for example: How are conversion schools actually created? How are public facilities and public funds allocated to these schools? What authority does a school district have to express concerns commensurate with an apparent responsibility for the state funds, levy funds, and bond funds delivered to a charter? How will the Washington Charter School Commission interact with home districts in conducting oversight of conversion charter schools? There is no question charters will form in Washington, absent a rumored court challenge from the WEA and other organizations (see a related story below from the Los Angeles area). The question for the board to consider at some point is the possibility of a charter forming with Everetts boundaries; how that could impact student enrollment, employee contract obligations, and facilities obligations; and what role the board would want to play in such authorizations (note the EEA CBA addresses this topic). We have not found a need to comment on this first set of proposed rules. Attachment: SBE Charter Schools Rule Making Provisions[1] 20130128.pdf (96 KB) Attachment: Chapter 180-19 WAC, Charter Schools, Draft Rules[1] 20130113.pdf (41 KB) Attachment: LA Times (LAUSD charters legal battle) 20121207.pdf (31 KB) Information Sharing about Foster Children (Strategic Target: 1.1.a) The Comprehensive Education Data and Research System, CEDARS, managed by OSPI, now contains a database listing all children who are served by the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) and in foster care, using data provided by DSHS. Previously, Everett Public Schools had an incomplete list of foster students, and the district was not consistently notified when new foster students enrolled. The new database will enable us to identify and better focus services for foster students. Federal legislation recently passed both houses of Congress to amend the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) to remove barriers to information-sharing between educational and child welfare agencies. Similar

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Washington State law has also been enacted. These changes should facilitate communication between school personnel and child welfare workers. According to the CEDARS database, there are currently 116 foster children enrolled in Everett Public Schools. All schools except Cedar Wood currently have at least one foster child enrolled. Cascade High School has 11 students, the largest number at the high schools. Evergreen has the largest number of foster students at the middle school level, with seven, while Monroe and Penny Creek have the largest number at elementary, with seven each. Each school will receive a list of their foster students, so that staff can better monitor student progress and provide support as needed. OSPI Scenario and Item Writing Committees (Strategic Target: 1.1.a) This past week in Olympia, three Everett teachers represented Everett Public Schools on OSPIs Scenario and Item Writing Committees. Joan Litzkow (Woodside Elementary) and Allison Greenberg (Science Resource Center) collaborated with fellow educators from around Washington state to write scenario and test items for the 5th grade Science MSP (Measurements of Student Progress), while Cynthia McIntyre (Everett High) worked with colleagues to develop test items for the 10th grade biology end of course exam. The item writing process required a deep understanding of Washington State Science Standards, MSP test, biology EOC exam and item specifications, and how to develop strong written assessments. Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) Blog (Strategic Target: 1.2.b) The Everett Public Schools STEM Blog is ready for release to the public. In addition to regular updates on STEM happenings around the district, we included our vision, implementation plan, adoptions, and other important elements. Although the targeted audiences are those in the public wishing to obtain information on our STEM program and news, there is a teacher portal where teachers can find information on professional development classes and other information. The blog site will be linked to the regular STEM district site. This project responds to a high priority item from the recent WASA Management Review studied by the board of directors. Middle School Secondary Writing Assessment (Strategic Target: 1.3.a) All five middle schools' students in grades six through eight are currently completing the district's secondary writing assessment (SWA). The SWA is intended to measure student skill level in the areas of content-organization-style (COS) and conventions (CON). Students earn a level 4 Advanced, a level 3 Proficient, a level 2 Basic, or a level 1 Below Basic. Student scores provide information to teachers that will support them in identifying specific areas for differentiation and enrichment in writing instruction. The results of this assessment are designed to impact directly reading and writing instruction as students prepare to take the state Measurement of Student Progress (MSP) this spring. Teacher-Librarians and School Libraries (Strategic Target: 1.3.a) Teacher-librarians attended an all-day training in the Everett High School library. Of primary focus for the meeting was that the teacher-librarians shared their examples of their commitment expressed in the groups mission statement, "The mission of the Everett Public Schools libraries is to ensure all students and staff members are 21st century learners and effective users of ideas and information. This mission is accomplished through collaboration, instruction and action." Examples included engaging teachers in school libraries by initiating and/or supporting the work of professional learning communities (PLCs) in their schools; rethinking school libraries to engage diverse students and to accommodate a wide range of classroom needs, especially through the use of e-readers and the latest instructional technology; pre-teaching and re-teaching key informational literacy lessons aligned with Common Core State Standards; reflecting and developing a common understanding of the implementation; and teacher-librarian practices aligned with the Teacher Principal Evaluation Pilot (TPEP). Washington English Language Proficiency Exam (WELPA) Update (Strategic Target: 1.5.a) As of February 20, all schools have corrections and directions for applying those corrections to WELPA testing. They may resume testing at this time. OSPI provided corrections for high school and grades K 1 WELPA testing on February 15, and stated that the corrections for the other grade levels would be delivered by February 20. The curriculum and assessment department has received all of these materials, written directions for applying the materials, and delivered materials to all schools as of noon on February 20. OSPI extended the testing window for one week (to March 15) to account for the time it took to get the corrections. The department provides assistance to schools to complete testing, and will work with OSPI for an extension to the testing window if it appears that schools will not be able to complete the testing by March 15. Common Core Professional Development (Strategic Target: 1.5.a) Last week the elementary reading and writing cadres participated in another professional development session on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English Language Arts (ELA). This was the third training session this year for this group of teacher leaders that focused on the main text types of writingnarrative, informational, and opinion. Teachers focused on opinion writing and experienced an instructional strategy for helping students talk about their opinions based on evidence from a text. At the end of the session, teachers teamed up and planned how to share the information and learning experiences with colleagues in their buildings. Follow-up, sharing, and collaborating with colleagues on the new information is a critical element to these professional development sessions. Graphing Calculators for Algebra Classes (Strategic Target: 1.5.a)

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Part of this years implementation of the new high school math curriculum has been the effective use of new graphing calculators, especially in algebra classes. The use of this tool, which is an integral part of instruction, is referenced in appropriate sections of the new textbooks and can positively impact student understanding. The graphing component, whether created from a function in equation form, or from a set of data, complements visual learning, which is an important instructional strategy of our new materials. An important concurrent theme in these courses that students are asked to understand is the connection between numerical, graphical, and symbolic representations of the mathematics they are studying. With this hand-held technology, students can investigate and explore the functions they create. District professional development will focus on teacher use as a classroom instructional tool, as well as student use for exploring and learning more about the mathematics they are studying. Learning Management System (Strategic Target: 2.1.a) Elementary Report Card: The Elementary Progress Reporting System was updated this year to the latest version of the Puget Sound ESD (PSESD) product and was used by all elementary school teachers to report student progress to parents for the first semester of this year. The current version, which is quite similar to the prior system, contained enhancements for increased ease of use which included additional options for teachers around data entry. There is also an enhanced search feature that provides teachers with the ability to search current and previous years reports and makes it easier for teachers to locate students in the system. Improvements also include a feature prompting teachers to save data. The enhanced system was opened for teacher use on Nov. 19, 2012 and closed on Feb. 1, 2013 for printing at the schools. Feedback on the new version of the system has been positive. Professional Development Module: The LMS team, in collaboration with human resources and information systems staff, started a review of the components of the new Professional Development Module that is part of the Global Scholar suite of products purchased in 2011. Currently human resources and the curriculum staff are reviewing the RFP to match it to current needs. Upon completion of the review process, an implementation plan will be developed that will include a timeline and training needs. This plan will be integrated into the LMS deliverables for the 2013-14. PreK-3 Coalition Implementation Strategies Meeting (Strategic Target 5.3.a) In early February, administrators and educational leaders from Edmonds, Everett and Seattle districts met at the Gates Foundation to learn more about strategies for implementing a PreK-3 approach. Seattle Public Schools staff reviewed the initial Fall 2012 WaKIDS data from the three districts. Data came from the use of the Teaching Strategies GOLD whole child assessment in kindergarten classes implementing WaKIDS. Seattle staff also explained their implementation of a kindergarten Jump Start program in 2012-13 based on the Edmonds model and their plans for expansion in 2013-14. Tacoma Public Schools staff shared early assessment and intervention strategies that Tacoma is implementing including some district preschool classrooms new in 2012-13. Everett staff described the expansion of full-day kindergarten using Title I waiver funds and the ongoing PreK through first grade professional development focused on early literacy/writing. Edmonds shared work to provide Play & Learn opportunities at some of their highest needs schools. Dr. Kristie Kauerz, Research Assistant Professor, University of Washington, shared research about the importance of full-day kindergarten as a component of a PreK-3 approach. Subsequently, Dr. Kauerz presented similar data to our Superintendent's Leadership Team at its February meeting. Jackson High School DECA program recognized (Strategic Target: 5.4.b) The school-based enterprise (SBE), or student store, at Jackson High School was among 166 school-based enterprises in the United States achieving Gold Level Certification (or Gold Level Re-certification) this year and will be recognized at DECAs International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, California. The store at Jackson High School has operated for 19 years and is to be commended for this achievement. School-based enterprises are effective educational tools in helping prepare students for the transition from school to work or college. For many students, they provide the first work experience; for others, they provide an opportunity to build management, supervision and leadership skills. Information about DECAs School-Based Enterprise Certification Program can be found at www.deca.org/sbe. Fee Schedule 7220S, Fees, Fines and Charges Fee Schedule 7220S, Fees, Fines and Charges, has been reviewed by superintendents cabinet. Several fee revisions, including the advanced placement test fee, tuition for all-day kindergarten and preschool programs, correction of the language around PSAT test fees, and the addition of elementary math camp with the other summer school offerings, have been approved by the superintendent. The revised Fee Schedule 7220S, Fees, Fines and Charges, is provided in "bill format" for directors' information. Attachment: 7220S IR 20130222.pdf (29 KB) Miscellaneous Attachments, News Releases & Articles Three items are provided here for directors' information: an update on the costs of the overgoal expenses generated by the new EEA CBA, a newly released strategic plan approved by the PTSA Council, and a notice of dismissal of an EEOC complaint by a district paraeducator. Attachment: EEA Class Size Overgoal Summary 201302.pdf (142 KB) Attachment: Everett PTSA Council Strategic Plan 20130211.pdf (35 KB) Attachment: Arlene Blackwell EEOC Dismissal and Notice of Rights 20130213.PDF (141 KB) News Releases

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Points of Pride Budget Articles Field Trip Requests Attachment: Everett HS DECA to Bellevue 20130222.pdf (397 KB) Attachment: Jackson HS FT TSA Update 20130222.pdf (340 KB) Directors' Dates to Remember Wednesday, February 27 - Annual Senior Citizens' Dinner - 5 to 7 p.m. - EHS cafeteria Tuesday, March 5 - Special Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Educational Service Center, Conference Room 3 March 10-11 - WASA-WSSDA Legislative Conference - Olympia Tuesday, March 12 - Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Board Room Saturday, March 16 - JHS Track Dedication and Fundraiser, 10 a.m. to noon - Jackson High School Tuesday, March 19 - Special Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Educational Service Center, Conference Room 3 Thursday, March 21 - EPSF Annual Breakfast - 7:15 to 8:30 a.m. - Hansen Conference Center, Comcast Arena Tuesday, March 26 - Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Board Room Thursday, March 28 - Students of Color Career Conference - 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. - Everett Community College, Student Fitness Center April 1-5 - Spring Break April 13-15 - NSBA Annual Conference - San Diego Tuesday, April 16 - Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Board Room Tuesday, April 23 - View Ridge Elementary Dedication and Open House - 6:30 p.m., program at 7 p.m. Monday, April 29 - Middle School Art Reception - 6 p.m. - Board Room Tuesday, April 30 - Special Board Meeting - 6 p.m. - Educational Service Center, Conference Room 3 Tuesday, May 7 - Special Board Meeting - 6 p.m. - Educational Service Center, Conference Room 3 Saturday, May 11 - Special Board Meeting (tentative) - all day Tuesday, May 14 - Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Board Room Thursday, May 16 - WASA Sno-Isle 109 Awards Ceremonies - 11:30 a.m. - Everett Golf & Country Club Monday, May 20 - High School Art Reception - 6 p.m. - Board Room Tuesday, May 21 - Special Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Educational Service Center, Conference Room 3 Wednesday, May 22 - Superintendent's Scholar Ceremony - 7 p.m. - Everett Golf & Country Club Tuesday, May 28 - Board Meeting - 4:30 p.m. - Board Room Saturday, June 1 - CHS 50th Anniversary Celebration - CHS gymnasium - 2 p.m. 7220S IR 20130222.pdf (29 KB) Everett HS DECA to Bellevue 20130222.pdf (397 KB)

Jackson HS FT TSA Update 20130222.pdf (340 KB) Arlene Blackwell EEOC Dismissal and Notice of Rights 20130213.PDF (141 KB) EEA Class Size Overgoal Summary 201302.pdf (142 KB) Everett PTSA Council Strategic Plan 20130211.pdf (35 KB) Heckathorn-Cohn Emails (IB program) 20130221.pdf (56 KB) Pasztor-Cohn Emails (Farmer Frog) 20130221.pdf (19 KB) SBE Charter Schools Rule Making Provisions[1] 20130128.pdf (96 KB) Chapter 180-19 WAC, Charter Schools, Draft Rules[1] 20130113.pdf (41 KB) LA Times (LAUSD charters legal battle) 20121207.pdf (31 KB) EEA Class Size Overgoal Summary 201302.pdf (142 KB) Everett PTSA Council Strategic Plan 20130211.pdf (35 KB) PSHB1208.pdf (68 KB)

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