Section 6k: Advertising and marketing
(k) The school district or school district contractor is prohibited from advertising, marketing, and otherwise providing unsolicited information about learning programs offered by the school district including, but not limited to, digital learning programs, part-time enrollment opportunities, and other alternative learning programs, to students and their parents who have filed a declaration of intent to cause a child to receive home-based instruction under RCW 28A.200.010. School districts may respond to requests for information that are initiated by a parent. This prohibition does not apply to general mailings, newsletters, or other general communication distributed by the school district or the school district contractor to all households in the district.
This subsection implements into the ALE rule a law passed by the 2009 Washington state Legislature that prohibits unsolicited direct marketing of district programs to parents providing home-based instruction to their children.
Relevant Forms or Samples