FINAL BILL REPORT
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C 187 L 17
Synopsis as Enacted
Brief Description: Concerning skill center facility maintenance.
Sponsors: Senate Committee on Ways & Means (originally sponsored by Senator Honeyford).
Senate Committee on Ways & Means
House Committee on Capital Budget
Background: There are 15 skill centers in Washington which operate as cooperatives with participating school districts and offer in-depth programs for about 7000 students. Facility funding is provided through the capital budget; the funding is administered by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction School Facilities and Organization.
Summary: The host district of a skill center cooperative must maintain a separate capital account into which the participating school districts must make annual deposits to pay for minor repair and maintenance costs for the skill center. The annual deposits may be a per pupil facility fee charged by the host district.
Votes on Final Passage:
July 23, 2017