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10 months ago

Pesticide Application Annual Notification Eastmont School District Pest Control Practices

The Eastmont School District Maintenance Dept. will at times through the school year have the need to make applications of pesticides to control weeds and insects on its property and/or buildings. This work will be done by state licensed school district employees, unless conditions necessitate the use of a licensed contractor. In either case, we will follow the Washington State guidelines for applications at public schools.


The application of insecticides will be made using an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, which means that we will only apply if there is an unhealthy outbreak of an insect population, or if there is an emergency application (such as a wasp nest on a playground).


Herbicide applications are pre-scheduled to make applications to weeds when they are the most susceptible to control methods.


Eastmont School District uses a registry system to notify interested parents and employees at least 48 hours prior to pesticide applications.  If you wish to have your name on the registry to receive email or regular mail notification, please respond in writing to Eastmont Maintenance Department, 345-6th St. N.E. Be sure to include your name and contact information.  There will also be a posting on the bulletin board in each school’s office and the district website

Record Keeping:  All pesticide use records are kept by the Eastmont School District Maintenance Dept., including an annual summary of pesticides used.

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6 months ago

Link to Public Surplus website - (After you register, you can see items.)

Small works bid information


over 3 years ago

Eastmont School District No. 206 has contracted with Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington State for administration of our agency's Small Works Roster.  The MRSC Small Public Works Roster is an online system used by multiple Washington State counties, cities and special districts to connect with businesses who would like to provide construction, repair or maintenance services for small public works under $300,000.00.  Per State Statute, RCW 39.04.155, public agencies may choose to use a roster as an alternative to advertising per project.

To continue being eligible to work on small public works projects or consultants projects, please join MRSC Rosters for free at  To remain listed, your business must renew annually.

Click on "Join MRSC Rosters" and follow these steps:

1. Click "Contractor Registration"
2. Click "Create Account"
3. Click "Select Public Agency Roster(s)" to be on the roster that will be used by our District. 
4. Choose "Membership"
5. Complete the Application by entering your business information.
6. Verification - Within 2-3 days of account completion, MRSC checks that your business is not debarred from working on public works, has a valid Washington UBI# and a valid Washington Department of Revenue account.  You will then receive an email confirmation when your business is listed. 

Click here for more detailed information about MRSC Rosters.