What does WAC stand for in Washington State?
WACs By Title Title 1 Code Reviser, Office of the Title 67 Blind, Department of Services for the Title 72 Blind, Washington State School for the Title 82 Financial Management, Office of Title 88 Transportation, Department of (Canal Com
Where can I find copies of the WAC?
Copies of the WAC as they existed each year since 2004 are available in the WAC archive. The Statute Law Committee declares that the certified PDF publication documents in the WAC Archive area on the Office of the Code Reviser’s website constitute the official publication of the Washington Administrative Code.
What are the titles of the WAC offices?
WACs By Title Title 1 Code Reviser, Office of the Title 3 Academic Achievement and Accountability Title 4 Accountancy, Board of Title 10 Administrative Hearings, Office of Title 12 Transportation, Department of (Aeronauti
How often does the WAC need to be updated?
The WAC codifies the regulations and arranges them by subject or agency. The online version of the WAC is updated twice a month. Copies of the WAC as they existed each year since 2004 are available in the WAC archive.
“WAC” means the Washington Administrative Code. “Wading pool” means a pool that has a water depth of less than two feet (24 inches). “Waiver” is an official approval by the department allowing an early learning provider not to meet or satisfy a rule in this chapter due to specific needs of the program or an enrolled child.
What do you need to know about WAC chapter 110-300?
Intent and authority. Definitions. License required. License transfers. Licensee absence. Inactive status—Voluntary and temporary closure. Unlicensed programs. Certified and exempt programs. Nondiscrimination. Developmental screening and communication to parents or guardians. School readiness and family engagement activities.
What should be included in outdoor early learning space?
Equipment and surfaces in outdoor early learning space. Weather conditions and outdoor hazards. Gardens in outdoor early learning program space. Program and activities. Use of television, video, and computers.