Every year the district reports to the community on the district's complaince or non-compliance to the Division 22 standards. Banks School District is in compliance of all Division 22 standards. Click here to review the 2020 Division 22 Standards Compliance Report. This was reported to the community in the January 13, 2020 board meeting.
BANKS SCHOOL DISTRICT #13
FOOD MANAGEMENT SERVICES RFP
Proposals Due: Nov. 1, 2019, 3:00 PM PST
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Banks School District #13 seeks proposals from qualified contractors to provide food management services. Proposals will address food services for District students including the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program for the period beginning July 1, 2020 and renewable for four one-year terms. A mandatory proposal meeting and site visit tour will take place at the District Office on Oct. 17, 2019 at 1: 15 pm PST. Sealed proposals will be received by the District Office until 3:00 PM PST Friday, Nov. 1, 2019 for services as described in the specifications on file in the District Office or on through this link. Late proposals will not be accepted or considered.
Physical Address: Banks School District #13, 12950 NW Main Street, Banks, OR 97106
Mailing Address: Same
Attn: Joni Spencer, Business Manager, Email email@example.com
September 11, 2019
Parents of Banks Community,
Yesterday the Banks School District was directed by Washington County Sheriff’s Office to go into lockdown at approximately 8:15 a.m., which then changed to a lockout, and then to all clear around 9:24 a.m. The staff at Banks School District did an outstanding job in securing the buildings and following protocols to ensure your children were safe. We debriefed throughout the district this morning during late starts and I would like to share some additional information with you in regards to lockdown / lockout protocols.
Thank you for your understanding yesterday. If you do have more questions or concerns, do not hesitate to reach out to us.
Banks School District
No staff member, student, parent or guardian of a student attending school in the district or person that resides in the district will be denied the right to petition the district with a complaint. A complainant will be referred through the proper administrative process for resolution of a complaint before investigation or action by the Board. An exceptions will be a complaints against the superintendent or one that involves Board actions or Board operations.
Click here for the information on Public Complaints. Click here for the Public complaints Procedure.
Households affected by by the partial closure of the federal government may apply for National School Lunch and School Breakfast meal benefits. The income guidelines for free and reduced price school meals are based on annual income. Households may apply with the income received in the current month, projected for the month in which the application is completed or for the month prior to application. Free and reduced meal applications can be found on our website.