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UNIFORM POLICIES

The Early Childhood Education Programs have decided to follow the dress code of the Washington Unified School District. It is preferred that your child(ren) wear the following:

  • plain white or navy blue polo shirt with collar
  • plain white blouse with collar
  • school logo shirt
  • navy blue or khaki pants (dark jeans do not meet the navy blue pant’s requirement)
  • navy blue or khaki skirt, jumper, dress or shorts (appropriate length)
  • closed-toe shoes (no sandals or flip-flops)

WASHINGTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

NOTIFICATION OF UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURES

Any person may file a complaint alleging noncompliance with state or federal law in adult basic education, consolidated categorical aid programs, career-vocational education, child care and development programs, child nutrition programs and special education programs.

 

Any person may file a complaint alleging unlawful discrimination based on ethnic group identification, religion, age, gender, color or physical or mental disability within any program or activity that receives or benefits from state financial assistance.

 

The complaint may be filed by presenting it in writing to the superintendent. The superintendent will give the complaint to the district contact person for Uniform Complaint Procedures.

 

WUSD UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURES:

  • Within five days of receiving a complaint, Mediation will be suggested.
  • Within 15 days of receiving the complaint, Mediation will be concluded OR a meeting will be held to investigate the complaint.
  • Within 30 days of receiving the complaint, a written report of investigation and decision will be issued.
  • Within five days of receiving the report, the complainant, if dissatisfied, may submit the complaint to the Board of Education.
  • Within 60 days of the complaint, a final decision will be issued by the Board of Education OR the Board will choose not to hear the complaint rendering the previous decision final.
  • Within 15 days of receiving a final decision, the complainant, if dissatisfied, may appeal in writing to the California Department of Education.

 

The complainant may seek help from legal assistance agencies or local mediation centers in preparing and presenting a complaint. These are listed in the yellow pages under legal clinics and mediation services. Complainants may pursue other remedies, including actions before civil courts or other public agencies.

 

A copy of the District’s Board policy and Administrative Regulations regarding Uniform Complaint Procedures is available from any school district adm