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Request for Qualifications - Traffic Safety Education


Traffic Safety Education

Riverview School District No. 407 is accepting written Qualifications for providing Traffic Safety Education Services to District students for the period October 1, 2022, through August 31, 2023.

The selected respondent will provide traffic safety education services (the “Services”) to interested District students at District facilities. The District will not guarantee any minimum enrollment but anticipates that high school students enrolled within the District will access the Services outside of regular District educational instruction. The District will provide the respondent with a physical classroom space for the Services, at the for profit facility use rental rate, but will not provide any associated equipment, vehicles, supplies, or administrative support, and will not provide any monetary compensation to the selected respondent. The Services may be offered to District students through the respondent’s business enterprise. The District does not intend that any respondent services be a District-provided service or to be certified through the Office of the Superintendent of Instruction as a Traffic Safety Education course offered by the District.

Qualifications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on September 17, 2022.

Background of Riverview School District

Riverview School District, located in the beautiful lower Snoqualmie Valley, 25 miles east of Seattle, encompasses the communities of Duvall, Carnation and surrounding areas. The area’s quiet charm and friendly ways, coupled with easy access to the urban amenities of Redmond, Bellevue, Woodinville and Issaquah, make it one of the most desirable places to live in the Puget Sound region. The District covers approximately 250 square miles and serves more than 3,000 students.


Interested respondents should provide the following:

1. Letter of introduction that includes a strategy to provide the Services.

2. Firm background and qualifications, including without limitation identification of ownership and business contact information.

3. Evidence of business incorporation, current licensing, and Federal Employer Tax Identification number or Social Security number and the Washington Uniform Business Identification (UBI) number issued by the state of Washington Department of Revenue.

4. Documentation showing compliance of with requirements of Chapter 46.82 RCW and the “Required Curriculum” pursuant to RCW 46.82.420 and RCW 28A.220.035.

5. As available, public or private school references with names and phone numbers of contacts.

6. Identification of any known complaints against the respondent filed with the Washington State Department of Licensing.

7. Completion of facility use rental agreement and proof if liability insurance.

All respondent personnel offering services at the District will be required to demonstrate that no such person has been found guilty of any felony crime as specified in RCW 28A.400.330, generally regarding crimes against children. Without limiting the above, all personnel offering services at the District must pass a criminal background check through the Washington State Patrol criminal investigation system under RCW 43.43.830-43.43.834, 10.97.030 and 10.97.050, and through the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The record check shall include a fingerprint check using a complete Washington State criminal identification fingerprint card. Respondent shall be required to pay for such background checks.


Meisha Robertson

Director of Business & Operations

Riverview School District

15510 1st Avenue NE, PO Box 519

Duvall, WA 98019

425.844.4505 (phone)

Qualifications, whether mailed, hand-delivered, or emailed, must be received by 4:00 p.m. on September 17, 2022.

Public Records

Under Washington state law, the documents (including but not limited to written, printed, graphic, electronic, photographic or voice mail materials and/or transcriptions, recordings or reproductions thereof) submitted in response to this request for Qualifications (the “documents”) become a public record upon submission to the District, subject to mandatory disclosure upon request by any person, unless the documents are exempted from public disclosure by a specific provision of law.

Any information in the Qualifications that the respondent desires to claim as proprietary and exempt from disclosure under the provisions of RCW 42.56.270 must be clearly designated. The District will consider the request for exemption from disclosure. Marking the entire Qualifications exempt from disclosure will not be honored.


The District will review all submittals and may, in its sole discretion, select a successful respondent based solely on the written qualifications statement. Finalist respondent (s) may be asked to participate in an individual, on-site interview with District personnel. The District reserves the right to cancel or to reissue the RFQ in whole or in part, prior to execution of a contract.


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