Regulations Manual

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Administrative Regulations Manual & Procedures

Under Policy Governance®, within the directives and limitation listed in the Board Governance Policies, the Board delegates the development and implementation of Administrative Regulations and procedures to the Superintendent and staff, except in regard to issues for which they are mandated by law to take direct action. A comprehensive review and revision of all District policies and procedures was completed between August and December 2015, and the conversion to an Administrative Regulations Manual was completed on February 1, 2016.

Regulations establish legal records and standards of conduct for the school district. Regulations can provide a bridge between the School Board's philosophy and goals and the everyday administration of programs.

The Issaquah School District is continually updating Regulations and procedures to keep current with state laws and regulations as well as best practices. Regulations or procedures on this website may be in transition or in process of being revised.

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Energy Conservation - 6923

Code: 6923

Adopted: 9/13/1997

Last Revised Date: 1/24/2006

In light of the increasing cost and dwindling supply of conventional energy sources, a life cycle cost analysis shall be required of each major construction project. A life cycle cost analysis shall include a description of:

  1. Insulation and heat retention factors;
  2. Variable occupancy and operating conditions to be incurred by the facility;
  3. Overall supply and demand of the facility's energy system and actual or potential utilization of outside energy sources, such as climate;
  4. Initial cost of energy plant; and
  5. An energy consumption analysis comparing alternative energy systems. 

Legal References:

  • RCW 39.35 Energy conservation in design of public facilities