Asotin Anatone School District Annual Notifications
The Asotin Anatone School District is required by state and federal laws to provide annual notifications regarding the following:
Equal Education Opportunity
The Asotin Anatone School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, height, weight, marital status, or any other legally protected characteristics, in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.
If any person believes that the Asotin Anatone School District or any of the district’s staff has inadequately applied the principles and/or regulations of Title II, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment Act of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Age Act and The Americans with Disabilities Act, she/he may bring forward a compliant to the district’s Civil Rights Coordinator, Asotin Anatone School District, PO Box 489, Asotin, WA 99402, (509) 243-1100.
The Asotin Anatone School District is committed to a safe, civil educational environment for all students that is free from harassment, intimidation or bullying.
- Sexual Harassment Policy No. 5011
- Sexual Harassment Procedure 5011
- Nondiscrimination Policy No. 3210
- Nondiscrimination Procedure 3210
- Harassment Intimidation and Bullying Policy No. 3207
- Harassment Intimidation and Bullying Procedure 3207
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Equal Employment Opportunity
The Asotin-Anatone School District#420 complies with all federal rules and regulations, Washington State laws and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed,religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy,marital status, military status, or disability in employment, educational or extra-curricular programs or otherwise. This holds true for all students whoare interested in participating in educational programs and/or extra-curricular school activities Inquiries regarding compliance or complaint procedures may bedirected to the school district's Title IX Compliance Officer: Jerry Uhling,High School Principal at509-243-4151 or email@example.com,or contact Section 504/ADA/RCW 28A.640 Compliance Officer: John Heley, Student Services Director at 509-243-4146 or firstname.lastname@example.org contact the Civil Rights Coordinator, Dale Bonfield, Superintendent at509-243-1100,email@example.com. Address for all compliance officers: Asotin-Anatone School District No. 420 P.O. Box 489 Asotin, WA 99402.
Child Find Notice
Children with Disabilities and in Transition are entitled to a free and appropriate education. If a child lives within the Asotin-Anatone School District and is:
- Suspected to have or has a disability
- Between the ages of 3 and 21
- Is not receiving Special Education
- Students in Transition
You may contact the Asotin-Anatone Student Services Office at 509-243-4146.Special Education services are available to children enrolled in private schools, home schools and public schools. Disabilities may include, but are not limited to: developmental delays, orthopedic impairments,health impairments, learning disabilities, intellectual disability, hearing and/or vision impairments, communications disorders and/or other disabilities.Students who are in transition will be provided services for developmental screening including: health, vision, hearing, developmental, orthopedic, learning, intellectual, communication and/or other disabilities.
Professional Qualifications – Title I
Parents of children in schools that receive Title I, Part A funding have the right to request and receive information about the professional qualifications of teachers and instructional paraprofessionals in their building and must include at a minimum, the following:
Highly Qualified Teachers
- Whether the teacher met state qualifications and certification requirements for the grade level
and subject(s) he/she is teaching,
- Whether the teacher received an emergency or conditional certificate through which state
qualifications were waived, and
- What undergraduate and graduate degree(s) the teacher holds, including graduate certificates
and additional degrees, and major(s) or area(s) of concentration.
If the child is provided services by an instructional paraprofessional, parents have the right to
receive or request information about his/her professional qualifications.
A paraprofessional sometimes is called an instructional assistant. The instructional
paraprofessional is employed by the district and assigned to a classroom(s). He/she provides
additional teaching assistance supporting the instruction given by the classroom teacher(s).
All instructional paraprofessionals who are performing instructional duties and are funded with Title
I, Part A funds, and all instructional paraprofessionals performing instructional duties in a Title I, Part
A schoolwide building, must meet specific requirements:
- Completed at least two years of study at an institution of higher education; or
- Obtained an associate’s or higher degree; or
- Meet a high standard of quality either through:
- The ETS ParaPro Assessment, or
- An approved Washington State Paraeducator Apprenticeship Program.
Parents must receive a timely notice that their child has been assigned, or has been taught
for more than four consecutive weeks by a teacher of a core academic subject who is not
highly qualified. Learn more about teacher and instructional paraprofessional requirements
online at: www.k12.wa.us/TitleIIA/