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Bills Introduced February 9-13

Bills Introduced February 9–13

Bills Introduced Monday, February 10

SB 5890 By Senators Rolfes and Hargrove
Concerning an educational employee salary allocation schedule.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5905 By Senators McAuliffe and Billig
Concerning special education services and programs.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5907 By Senators McAuliffe, Chase and Cleveland
Creating a sales and use tax exemption for technology sold to, or used in, public schools.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5908 By Senators McAuliffe, Chase, Cleveland and Billig
Concerning restraint or isolation of students, including students with disabilities, in public schools.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

HB 2037 By Representative Klippert
Requiring mental health assessments for K–12 students who were removed from school due to violence or mental health issues.
Referred to Committee on EDUCATION.

HB 2048 By Representatives Santos and Pettigrew
Concerning the division of large first-class school districts.
Referred to Committee on EDUCATION.

No Bills Introduced Tuesday, February 11

 

Bills Introduced Wednesday, February 12

SB 5922 By Senators Rolfes and Rivers
Concerning school programs for highly capable students.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5927 By Senator Sheldon
Exempting school districts from the state portion of sales and use taxes on school construction.
Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5928 By Senator Dammeier
Relating to education.
Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

SB 5930 By Senators Chase and McAuliffe
Requiring music education in elementary schools.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

Bills Introduced Thursday, February 12

SB 5941 By Senators Rivers, Rolfes, Litzow and Dammeier
Concerning certification of adjunct faculty as common school substitute teachers.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5942 By Senators McAuliffe, Rivers, Rolfes, Litzow, Mullet, Dammeier, Billig and Fain
Concerning an outcome evaluation of the national guard youth challenge program.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5946 By Senators Rivers, Rolfes, Hill, McAuliffe and Litzow
Establishing a comprehensive initiative to expand learning opportunities and improve educational outcomes for students with disabilities in Washington state using multiple strategies and statewide partnerships.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

Bills Introduced Friday, February 13

SB 5966 By Senators Rolfes and Litzow; by request of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Concerning mathematics and science course equivalencies for high school career and technical courses.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5967 By Senator McCoy
Eliminating the state board of education.
Referred to Committee on EARLY LEARNING & K–12 EDUCATION.

SB 5976 By Senators Litzow, Keiser, Becker, Rivers, Hobbs, Hill, Hatfield, Fain and Baumgartner
Establishing a consolidating purchasing system for public school employees.
Referred to Committee on WAYS & MEANS.

HB 2117 By Representatives Pollet, Ortiz-Self, Hunt, S., Santos, Taylor, Scott and Griffey
Reevaluating the duties of the state board of education.
Referred to Committee on EDUCATION.