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Burlington-Edison Assessment Support

At Burlington-Edison we believe that assessing student achievement through testing is an integral part of instruction. We use this data to determine whether or not we are meeting our educational goals. The results of these assessments affect our decisions about grades, placement, advancement, and instructional needs. Additionally the state required assessments are used to ensure all public school students, no matter where they go to school, receive a quality education. This page contains important information and support documents for teachers, parents, and students.


SBA, MSP, and EOC:

Sample and released items for SBA, MSP and EOC are available on the OSPI website. The information found on these pages also includes sample reading passages and science scenarios, writing anchor set annotations and scoring guides. These are excellent resources for administrators, teachers, parents and students. Please encourage everyone to use and share this information for instruction, practice or remediation.

WCAP: Keeping Washington's Students on Track for College and Career
Gateway to understanding student scores on the Washington Comprehensive Assessment Program (WCAP) Smarter Balanced assessment.

Below are more resources that include sample questions and items from our state tests.

Mathematics: Materials related to the Smarter Balanced test and the Math End-of-Course (EOC) exams, as well as legacy resources for the former Math EOCs and Measurements of Student Progress (MSP).

English Language Arts: Materials related to the Smarter Balanced test, as well as legacy resources for High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE) and Reading and Measurements of Student Progress (MSP).

Science: Materials related to the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) for grades 5 and 8, as well as the Biology End-of-Course (EOC) exam.

Released Scenarios and Items: Samples from Previous Tests - These documents contain released items from 2012.

Assessment Calendar

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Teaching & Learning

Special Programs

The Burlington-Edison School District supports many special programs - click on one of the links below to explore these educational opportunities for your student.

B-E SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Highly Capable (HiCap)
STEM
ELL
GLAD
McKinney-Vento / Homeless Youth
Section 504
Special Education
Migrant Education

Counseling / Career Center

Finance & Payroll

The Finance Department encompasses all aspects of school and district financial management. These Include:

  • Budgeting
  • Enrollment projection
  • Accounting
  • Payroll
  • Retirement benefits
  • Accounts payable and receivable
  • Purchasing
  • Inventory control / Asset management
  • Risk management
  • Construction management.

Joe Stewart
Finance Director

(360) 757.3311 ext. 1003
jstewart@be.wednet.edu

Important Links

* Not available at this time.

Finance & Payroll Contacts

Finance

Smith, Valori - Assistant Finance Director

(360) 757-3311 ext 1010

vsmith@be.wednet.edu

Semro-Wegener, Victoria (Tori) - Fiscal Administrative Assistant

(360) 757-3311 ext 1009

vswegener@be.wednet.edu

Pasillas, Mary - Accounts Payable Specialist

(360) 757-3311 ext 1008

mpasillas@be.wednet.edu

Castro, Teresa - Accounting Assistant

360-757-3311 ext. 1017

tcastro@be.wednet.edu or ap@be.wednet.edu

Payroll

Rabenstein, Kay - Payroll Specialist

(360) 757-3311 ext 1034

krabenstein@be.wednet.edu

Nelson, Linda - Payroll/HR Assistant

(360) 757-3311 ext 1037

lnelson@be.wednet.edu

Finance & Payroll Forms

Human Resources

Welcome to the Human Resources Department, where we are committed to providing excellent service to our current and future employees. We are dedicated to recruiting a high quality and professional teaching and support staff.

We invite you to explore our website and the employment opportunities within the Burlington-Edison School District. The Human Resources Department is committed to supporting the mission of the Burlington-Edison School District - To educate each student for lifelong success.

Job Opportunities Washington State Sexual
Misconduct Form


Calendar -
Current School Year
Certification Information
Teacher
Administrator
National Board Certification
Retirement System
Teachers (TRS)
School Employees (SERS)
Sub-Online Website
Substitute Online Directions for Teachers
Substitute Online Directions for Substitutes
Employee Access Website
Employee Access Instructions
Collective Bargaining Agreements
Burlington-Edison Education AssociationBurlington-Edison Public Employees Association
Substitute Handbook
Certificated
Classified
I-9 Form
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Public and Parental Notices
Volunteers in the Schools
Prohibition of Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Board Policy (Policy 3207)
Sexual Harassment Board Policy (Policy 6590)
Transgender Students (Policy 3211)
Transgender - Who can use Locker Rooms and Restrooms in WA State
Volunteer Forms:[English] [Espanol]
Guidelines for Volunteer Field Trip Chaperones
[English] [Espanol]

Human Resources Forms

Human Resources Contacts

Jeffery A. Drayer, Ed.D, Assistant Superintendent

Jennifer Whitney, Human Resources Manager

Kristyn Browning, HR/Payroll Specialist

Inappropriate Behavior

The Burlington-Edison School District affirms the right of all students and employees to pursue their education or occupation with dignity in a safe environment. Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Intimidation and Bullying will not be tolerated in the Burlington-Edison School District.

Students or staff members who believe that they have been subject of harassment and/or discriminatory behavior will report the incident immediately to the principal or department supervisor. Complaints regarding harassment or discriminatory behavior will be investigated immediately. Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to the Assistant Superintendent’s Office or the Title IX Officer, Dr. Jeff Drayer, at 927 E. Fairhaven Avenue, Burlington, WA, 98233, or 360-757-3311.

School Board Policies, Procedures and Forms:

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct; Reporting of Child Abuse and Sexual Misconduct

  • Duty to Report Protocol—District Staff: The purpose of this protocol is to provide all staff members, substitutes and volunteers with information to increase their awareness of their role in protecting children from sexual abuse and inappropriate conduct by adults.

Electronic and Social Media Protocol

Washington Law Related to Sexual Harassment

The Burlington-Edison School District is an equal opportunity employer. The District shall provide equal employment opportunity and treatment for all applicants and staff in recruitment, hiring, retention, assignment, transfer, promotion and training. Such equal employment opportunity shall be provided without discrimination with respect to race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably-discharged veteran or military status, sex, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, marital status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability. Dr. Jeffery A. Drayer, Assistant Superintendent, Title IX Officer; Mr. Jeff Brown, Special Education Coordinator, Section 504 Officer. The District is a smoke-free/drug-free workplace. Designated to handle inquiries about nondiscrimination policies are:

Auxiliary Services (Transportation / Facilities)

Call - (360)757-3386


Transportation


Facilities Use Forms


bus B-E Track


You must fill out both of the following forms pursuant to District Policy 4260 and procedure 4260P

Food Services

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SFSP Field Trip Notification

All meals served and claimed as part of the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) must be at approved sites served during approved dates and times. When meals are taken off-site to feed children during a field trip, the sponsor must submit a notification in advance to OSPI in order to claim those meals.

Note: For the purpose of the SFSP, a field trip is defined as an event in which a child leaves from and returns to the approved SFSP site on the same day. Meals served during overnight excursions are not reimbursable.

The following criteria must be met for field trip meals to be reimbursable:
  • The Field Trip Notifications must be received by OSPI no later than the day before the field trip date.
  • If a site is open to the community, the site must also remain open for the scheduled meal service, even if all the regularly attending children are going on the field trip.
  • All requirements of the meal pattern must be met for the field trip meal type.
  • A separate meal count form must be maintained for the field trip.
  • The person taking the field trip meal counts must be trained and training must be documented.
  • If the planned meal taken on the field trip (i.e., sack lunch) differs from the meal served at the site, a separate menu must be kept.

BURLINGTON EDISON NUTRITION SERVICE DEPARTMENT

Food

Food Service Video




The Burlington Edison School District participates in a federally funded School Breakfast and Lunch meal program. Free and Reduced Priced Meals are available to families who qualify, applications are available on line. Download and complete the application and return it to the food service office. Families will be notified of their eligibility. ALSO - at the same time you can find out if you qualify for Internet Essentials - Click HERE for more information.

Meal Prices - Breakfast/Lunch Menu

Breakfast

Free: K-12 No Charge

Reduced: K-12 No Charge

Paid: K-6 $ 1.50, 7-12 $ 1.75

Adult $ 3.25

Milk Sold Separately $ 0.60

Lunch
Free: K-12 No Charge
Reduced: K-3 No Charge, 4-12 $0.40
Paid: K-6 $ 2.75, 7-12 $ 3.00
Adult $ 4.25
Milk Sold Separately $ 0.60
Fajita Bar

It is the goal of the Burlington Edison Child Nutrition Department to provide meals that meet the health and nutritional needs of our students. Students are offered a variety of appealing food choices daily and can make selections that meet the following program requirements:

Breakfast Meal Requirements

½ pint of Low Fat Milk

½ cup Juice, Fruit or Vegetable

2 oz. of Grain or 2 oz. of Protein or a combination of 1 oz. each.

Lunch Meal Requirements
½ pint of Low Fat Milk
¾ cup Fruit/Vegetable

8 servings of Grain / Week

2 oz. serving of Protein

Salad Bar











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