Policy Approve By
Dr. Dean O. Stenehjem, Superintedent
Policy Date (original policy date)
Policy Prepared By
Dr. Dean O. Stenehjem, Superintendent
- Acceptance of out-of-state students as space is available. Important that the acceptance of an out-of-state student does not displace a Washington state student.
- The Superintendent may admit blind/visually impaired children from other states as appropriate, but the parents or guardians of such children of other states will be required to pay annually or quarterly in advance a sufficient amount to cover the cost of maintaining and educating such children (as set by the Superintendent).
- WSSB may refuse to admit or retain a non-resident student who is an adjudicated sex offender, or the equivalent under the laws of the state in which the student resides, except that the schools shall not admit or retain a non-resident student who is an adjudicated Level III sex offender or the equivalent under the laws of the state in which the student resides.
- Additional costs incurred with the acceptance of out-of-state students such as food, utilities, transportation, personnel, etc. will be recovered through cost recovery. Funding received for students who can be worked into the WSSB on-campus program without incurring additional staff costs will be considered private-local funds.