This year Darrington Sports are teaming up with Final Forms. To complete your student's athletic forms for school sports, go to: https://darrington-wa.finalforms.com/ and follow the directions below
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
1. Go to https://darrington-wa.finalforms.com
2. Click NEW ACCOUNT under the Parent Icon
3. Type your NAME, DATE OF BIRTH and EMAIL, then click REGISTER
4. Check your Email for a FinalForms Email, and click CONFIRM YOUR ACCOUNT in the email text
NOTE: You will receive an email within 2 minutes prompting you to confirm and complete your registration. If you do not receive an email, check your spam folder. If you still do not see the FinalForms email, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Create your new FinalForms password and click CONFIRM ACCOUNT
6. Click REGISTER STUDENT for your first child
The high school office will reopen for the 18-19 school year on Monday August 20th. Registration packets are available on the High School tab and they can be dropped off at the administrative office anytime before August 20th or if the office is closed for lunch.
The Darrington School District mourns the loss of one of our students following today's fatal collision near Clear Creek Road. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, our students, and our community. https://www.heraldnet.com/…/two-teens-killed-in-crash-near…/
P U B L I C N O T I C E
The Darrington School District Board of Directors invites interested residents of Darrington to apply for appointment to the vacant School Board District Director #2 position.
Information regarding the district boundaries and application procedures is available at the School District’s administrative office, 1065 Fir Street, Darrington, or by calling 360.436.1323. Applications will be accepted through July 24, 2018.
Applications should be directed to:
Board of Directors
c/o Dr. Buck Marsh, Superintendent
Darrington School District
PO Box 27
Darrington, WA 98241
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has created the new Chapter 392-401 of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) that contains substantial changes to the absence rules. This chapter defines an absence and reasons for excused absences.
OSPI adopted the absence rules on May 3, 2018. The rules will become effective on August 1, 2018.
Review the adopted absence rules here. We strongly encourage school districts to review the final rules in detail.
Further guidance on the new rules will be forthcoming in an official OSPI bulletin and on the OSPI Attendance Laws & Policies webpage.
SUMMARY OF RULE CHANGES
Definition of absence. The new proposed Chapter 392-401 WAC defines an absence as when a student is:
(a) Not physically present on school grounds; and (b) Not participating in the following activities at an approved location:
(i) Instruction; (ii) Any instruction-related activity; or (iii) Any other district or school approved activity that is regulated by an instructional/academic accountability system, such as participation in district-sponsored sports.
Absences during Suspensions and Expulsions. A student should be considered excused absent while they are suspended or expelled pursuant to chapter 392-400 WAC, unless they are receiving educational services as required by RCW 28A.600.015 and chapter 392-400 WAC and the student is enrolled in qualifying “course of study” activities as defined in WAC 392-121-107.
Full Day Absence. A full day absence is defined as a student missing fifty percent or more of their scheduled day.
Accumulation of Tardies for Truancy Petition. The permanent rule language states that a school or district shall not convert or combine tardies into absences that contribute to a truancy petition.
Additional Categories of Excused Absences. The permanent rule has several additional categories of excused absences, including:
- Medical appointments or absences due to: counseling, in-patient, out-patient for mental health or chemical dependency, or pregnancy
- Court-ordered activities
- Foster care or dependency status
- Migrant status
- Safety concerns including bullying
FOR MORE INFORMATION
To view the new Absence Rules, please visit this link: Permanent rule language
A detailed summary of the changes, as well as OSPI’s justification for changes and response to commenters is available in the Concise Explanatory Statement by request.
For assistance or questions, please contact Krissy Johnson at email@example.com or (360) 725-6045.
The School of Distinction award is the only one in the state entirely focused on combined improvement in ELA and math for Elementary and Middle Schools, and Graduation Rate for High Schools, sustained over a five-year period. Achieving this award requires continued, intentional effort from leaders and staff members. It is truly an award that recognizes the accomplishments of a dedicated and focused group of adults doing their best work for their students.