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If a child is injured at school, a staff member competent in first aid will give the student emergency first aid treatment. The parents will be called immediately. If they are not available, the emergency contact person listed on the original enrollment form will be called. If no one is available to come for the child, we will use our best judgement on whether to call a doctor or to keep the child in the health room.

School insurance will be offered to our students again this year. This is a voluntary program offered for your convenience. We would appreciate prompt return of the completed forms. Any claims should be made through the school office.


By Washington state law and by Edmonds School District policy, acts of harassment, intimidation or bullying will not be tolerated in schools.

Harassment, intimidation or bullying is defined as an intentional written, verbal, or physical act which:

  1. Physically or emotionally harms a student or damages the student';s property; or
  2. Has the effect of substantially interfering with a student';s education; or
  3. Is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating or threatening educational environment; or
  4. Has the effect of substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the school.

Harassment, intimidation or bullying can take many forms including slurs, rumors, jokes, innuendos, demeaning comments, drawings, cartoons, pranks, gestures, physical attacks, threats or other written, verbal or physical actions.

School employees, students, parents or volunteers who have witnessed, or have reliable information that a student has been subjected to such acts, are encouraged to report incidents to an appropriate school official. You may also report an incident through the Safe Schools Alert tool (see below).

The Edmonds School District uses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) modeled after Environmental Protection Agency recommended guidelines for the control of structural and landscape pests. IPM coordinates the use of non-chemical methods to prevent pest infestation along with all available pest control methods when an outbreak does occur. These methods include physical (pruning), cultural (using disease resistant plants), and biological means (using Lacewings and Lady Bugs) as well as the judicious use of chemicals. Unauthorized staff are not permitted to apply pesticide products at any school site or facility.

A notice will be posted in the main office 48-hours prior to the application of any biologic or chemical pesticide. It will provide the reason for application and the name of the product to be used. For individual notification, please contact your school's main office. No notices will be sent when students do not occupy the school for at least two consecutive days after application. These procedures do not apply to emergency applications to control pests that pose an immediate health threat (e.g. stinging insects). If application is postponed due to weather, the notification process will be repeated.

For more information program, please contact the Maintenance Department, at (425) 431-7244.

By Washington state law and by Edmonds School District policy, the issuing of a threat against individuals or against district property will be taken seriously.

Individual-directed threats of violence or harm are communications that create fear of physical harm to a specific individual or individuals, communicated directly or indirectly by any means.

Building-directed threats of violence or harm are direct or indirect communications by any means of the intent to cause damage to a school building or school property or to harm students, employees, volunteers, patrons or visitors.

Staff, students, volunteers, and others involved in school activities have the responsibility to report any threats of violence or harm to designated school officials. Persons found to have made threats of violence or harm will be subject to relevant district discipline policies and will be referred to appropriate community agencies, including law enforcement and mental health services.


The staff and student body will not tolerate the possession of any weapons or other dangerous objects on campus. Edmonds School District Board Policy #8220 (Section III, Exceptional Misconduct), RCW 9.41.250, RCW 9.41.280 prohibit the possession of weapons or other dangerous objects, including toy or facsimile weapons, on school property.

Weapons and dangerous objects include, but are not limited to:

Firearms, metal knuckles, air guns, weighted chains, firecrackers, baseball bats, nun-chu-ka sticks, toy weapons, facsimile weapons, water guns, paintball guns, stun guns, tasers, knives, box cutters, razors, lighters, clubs or pipes, sling shots and sand clubs.

"Possession" includes but it is not limited to having a weapon or dangerous object anywhere on school property or​ at any school sponsored event.

The item could be located: (a) in a space assigned to a student (such as a locker or desk); (b) on the student's person or property (such as on the student's body, in his/her clothing, purse, backpack, gym bag or vehicle); or (c) under the student's control or accessible or available (such as hidden by the student).

Students in possession of a weapon or dangerous object will be suspended or expelled. Students using an object in a threatening manner will be suspended or expelled. In these cases, a student also may be guilty of a gross misdemeanor.

Students who choose to remain in the area of illicit or criminal activities involving weapons may be charged with possession if they have had a reasonable opportunity to withdraw or report even if they are not participating.

Any student who is determined to have carried a firearm onto school property or to a school sponsored event shall be expelled for no less than a year in accordance with RCW 28A.600.420. June 30, 2018


Our district uses Safe Schools Alert, a tip reporting service that allows students, staff, parents and community members to submit safety concerns to our administration four different ways:

  1. Phone:  425.551.7393
  2. Text:   425.551.7393
  3. Email: [email protected]
  4. Web:   http://1480.alert1.us

You and your child can easily report tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, vandalism or any safety issue you're concerned about through Safe Schools Alert.

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