Student/Family Rights & Insurance

Student Accident Insurance can be purchased. Complete the enrollment forms sent home with your child at the beginning of the school year and send them to the school office for processing. (This plan is not a comprehensive health plan although the insurer does offer one if you are interested.) Claims can be made through the school office. Please note that the purchase of Student Accident Insurance is required if your son or daughter wishes to participate in athletic sports and you do not have a primary medical provider.


The Federal Family Rights and Privacy Act permits the school district to routinely release what is called student “directory information.” Directory information includes a student’s name, photograph, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, dates of attendance, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight/height of members of athletic teams, grade in school, diplomas and wards received, and the most recent previous school attended by the student.

 This information is not released for commercial purposes, but can be released to provide educational, scholarship, vocational/occupational and/or military information, to law enforcement or the news media, in school event programs (music performances, for example) or in student directories. Generally, student information that is released to the news media relates to their participation in a school program or project, or highlights their receipt of an award or scholarship. Student information would not be released to news media without parental consent in the event of an accident or injury. You have the right to keep this information confidential. If you do not wish to have such information about your child released, please notify us in writing by October 1. If you have questions about directory information, please contact Community Relations at 425 431-7047/7044.


Parents have the right to review their child’s educational records. Education Record means any and all materials maintained by a school district directly related to a student regardless of where or how the materials are filed. (This includes reports obtained with parent permission from non-district agencies and individuals). Parents i.e., natural parents, either custodial or non-custodial, and legal guardians, have the right to inspect and review educational records and may receive copies, upon request at a charge not to exceed the cost to the district for reproductions. To review a child’s record, the parent needs to contact the office to make an appointment with the appropriate staff member or counselor to be present for the record review to interpret the records for the parent and answer any questions.
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