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In 2015, the Raymond School District formed a group of staff and interested community members to discuss Nutrition, Health and Physical Fitness. Subsequently, Policy 6700 was developed to address our students' needs. (This policy is available at

This year, the District conducted an assessment using a tool aligned to the federal USDA National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs to determine the quality of our plan. The results are available here:

Specific Raymond School District policies (noted below) are located here.

Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) — requires districts to provide parents annual notice of:

   •annual report cards for comparing progress with state and national standards; (OSPI)

   •progress reviews; (each school has an annual school improvement plan

   •schools identified for school improvement, corrective action or restructuring (AYP)

   •parental involvement policies; (Policy #4130—this website)

   •state education agency complaint procedures; (OSPI)

   •teacher and paraprofessional qualifications; (available from the District Office)

   •identification of non-highly qualified teachers; (none)

   •student achievement information; (OSPI)

   •an informational meeting on Title I, Part A of the ESEA (advertised annually on Elementary school site)

   •disclosure that the district routinely releases the names, addresses and phone numbers of secondary students

to military recruiters unless parents opt out; (this website)

   •information about the status of English Language Learners. (parents notified individually)

References: Policy and Procedure 4130, Title I Parental Involvement;

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) — Parent/guardians and eligible students (at least 18 years of age) you have the right to:

   •inspect and review education records;

   •amend education records;

   •consent to disclose personally identifiable information in education records; and

   •file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education.

References: Policy and Procedure 3231, Student Records;

Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) — We have policies on this website which deal with parental rights relative to:


   •instructional materials;

   •physical examinations; and

   •personal information used for marketing.

References: Policy and Procedure 3232, Parent and Student Rights in Administration of Surveys,

Analysis or Evaluations;

Child Nutrition Program — As a consequence of participating in the National School Lunch Program

and the School Breakfast Program our kitchen will provide you with:

   •information about free and reduced price meals and/or free milk; and

   •application form for same.

References: Policy and Procedure 6700, Nutrition and Physical

Fitness; USDA Child Nutrition

Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 — The district will inform and update the public (including parents, students and others in the community) about the content and implementation of the local school wellness policy.We also periodically measure and report on implementation of the local school wellness policy by developing or disseminating printed or electronic materials to families of school children and other members of the school community at the beginning of the school year, and posting the local school wellness policy and an assessment of its implementation on the district or school website.

References: Policy and Procedure 6700, Nutrition and Physical Fitness; USDA

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) — The district inspects our buildings for asbestos-containing building materials and develop, maintain and update an asbestos management plan. We annually notify parents, teachers and employee organizations in writing of the availability of the management plan and planned or in-progress inspections, re-inspections, response actions and post-response actions, including periodic re-inspection andactivities.

References: Policy and Procedure 6890, State Environmental Policy Act Compliance;

McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act — The districts’ Homeless Student Liaison (the elementary principal) provides public notice of the education rights of homeless students in schools, family shelters and soup kitchens. This notice is in a manner and form understandable to homeless students and their parents/guardians including and to the extent feasible, in their native language. 

References: Policy and Procedure 3115, Homeless Students – Enrollment Rights and Services

OSPI Homeless Link


The district will provide equal educational opportunity and treatment for all students in all aspects of the academic and activities program without discrimination based on race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, honorably-discharged veteran or military status, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. The district will provide equal access to school facilities to the Boy Scouts of America and all other designated youth groups listed in Title 36 of the United States Code as a patriotic society. District programs will be free from sexual harassment. Questions or complaints of alleged discrimination should be addressed to the Superintendent at 360-942-3415; 1016 Commercial Street, Raymond, WA 98577.

Raymond School District will also take steps to assure that national origin persons who lack English language skills can participate in all education programs, services and activities. For information regarding translation services or transitional bilingual education programs, contact the Superintendent.

El distrito proveerá igualdad de oportunidades educativas y de trato para todos los estudiantes en todos los aspectos del programa académico y actividades, sin discriminación por motivos de raza, religión, credo, color, origen nacional, edad, estado, sexo, orientación sexual militar veterano o honorablemente descargada , expresión de género o identidad, estado civil, la presencia de cualquier discapacidad sensorial, mental o física, o el uso de un perro guía entrenado o animal de servicio por una persona con una discapacidad. El distrito proveerá igualdad de acceso a las instalaciones de la escuela para los Boy Scouts of America y todos los demás grupos de jóvenes designados que se mencionan en el Título 36 del Código de los Estados Unidos como una sociedad patriótica. Los programas del Distrito estarán libres de acoso sexual. Preguntas/quejas de presunta discriminación debe ser dirigida al Superintendente al 360-942-3415; 1016 Commercial Street, Raymond, WA 98577.

Raymond Distrito Escolar también tomará medidas para asegurar que las personas de origen nacional que carecen de conocimientos del idioma inglés pueden participar en todos los programas educativos, servicios y actividades. Para obtener información acerca de los servicios de traducción o programas de educación bilingüe de transición, póngase en contacto con el Superintendente.

Nondiscrimination Policy #3210

Title IX Coordinator—HR Manager

Section 504/ADA Coordinator & Compliance Coordinator for State Law (RCW 28A.640/28A.642)—Superintendent

References: Policy and Procedure 3210, Nondiscrimination; C.F.R. § 104.8), the Americans with Disabilities Act

(28 C.F.R. § 35.107) and the Age Discrimination Act (34 C.F.R. § 110.25).

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)—Notice of Procedural Safeguards for parents/guardians of disabled students is given at the following times. The notice fully explains IDEA’s procedural safeguards in an easily understandable manner. If the document is available in the parent's native language, we will provide it in that language. Parents may elect to receive the notice by e-mail. The notice requirement also applies to parents  of homeless children with disabilities.


•Upon initial referral;

•Parental request for evaluation;

•Filing of a request for a due process hearing;

•Disciplinary action constituting a change in placement; and

•At the request of a parent.

A copy of our procedural safeguards may be found here

References: Policy and Procedure 2161, Special Education and Related Services for Eligible Students;



Spanish Brochure

Cambodian Brochure

What are the State Transitional Bilingual Program and Title III?

Both programs are designed to help students develop competence in English, while also being challenged academically.  

Why parents should be involved in the education of their children?

Family involvement is a key factor to improving a student's academic performance.  Research shows that when families are involved, students benefit from:

• Better grades

• Participation in more challenging classes

• Better attendance

• Better behavior

• Better social skills

How can parents be involved in the English language development program?

Raymond School District would like to inform and invite parents to actively participate in helping their children learn English, reach high standards in academic subjects, and achieve the same academic standards as all students.  Please contact Raymond Elementary for further information on specific ways to become involved. 

Raymond School District also seeks the views of parents in the evaluation of our English language development program and the Title III plan. Please contact Raymond Elementary for further information on specific ways to become involved in the planning and evaluation of both of these programs. 

Raymond School District has an interpreter available at school meetings and all other functions.  Please ask at the front office for an interpreter. If you have important school documents, an interpreter can also help you in the front office. 

Raymond School District


Policy No. 3232


All instructional materials, including supplementary materials and teachers manuals, used with any survey, analysis or evaluation in a program or project supported by federal funds are avail- able for inspection by parents and guardians.

No student will be required as part of any project or program supported by federal funds to submit to survey, analysis or evaluation that reveals information concerning:
1. Political affiliations;
2. Potentially embarrassing mental or psychological problems;
3. Sexual behavior and attitudes;
4. Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating or demeaning behavior;
5. Critical appraisals of close family members;
6. Privileged or similar relationships;
7. Religious practices, affiliations, or beliefs of the student or student's parent: or
8. Income other than information necessary to establish eligibility for a program; without the prior
consent of adult or emancipated students, or written permission of parents.

The district shall make arrangements to protect student privacy during the administration of surveys
and the collection, disclosure or use of personal information for marketing, sales or other
distribution purposes.

Legal References:

20 U.S.C.1232h(c) No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
34 CFR Parts 75, 76, and 98 (1984) Student rights in research, experimental activities and

Management Resources: Policy News, April 2003 Districts Required to Review Collection and
Dissemination of Information

Adoption Date: 8/26/03
Raymond School District #116

Procedure 3232P
Parent and Student Rights in Administration of Surveys, Analysis or Evaluation

Right to Inspect
Parents, upon request, shall have the opportunity to inspect the following:
A. Surveys created by a third party before the survey is administered or distributed by a school to students;
B. Instructional material used as part of the educational curriculum; and
C. Any survey document used to collect information from students.

At the beginning of each school year the district shall provide the emancipated student or parent
notification in writing of the district policy and the specific or approximate dates of any student
survey, analysis or evaluation scheduled during the school year.

The notification shall include provisions to opt a student out of participating in:
A. Any protected information survey, regardless of funding;
B. Activities involving collection, disclosure, or use of personal information obtained from students for marketing or selling to others; or
C. Involving any non-emergency, invasive physical examination or screening required as a condition of attendance, administered by the school, and not necessary to protect the immediate health and safety of a student.

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