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Information for Community Members
Support from local citizens and organizations contributes to effective schools
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Offer your time and talents to serve students and staff in and outside of the classroom.
Non-profit organizations can submit flyers for approval through the Peachjar system
Programs to modernize schools, do major repairs or additions. Learn about the district's educational specifications for school buildings. Track progress of current projects.
This plan is the district’s primary facility planning document. It also complies with the requirements of the State of Washington Growth Management Act. You will find information on current facilities, the district’s “standard of service,” enrollment projections, and classroom capacities, as well as impact fees and finance plan.

The district and community work hand in hand to successfully educate children. Lake Washington School District is fortunate to have strong community support in many forms, including volunteer participation, partnerships and funding.


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Learn how public schools are funded and how your tax dollars are used.
Schools and district facilities are available for community meetings and activities.
Generous individuals or groups such as PTSA, ASB, school staff, parents or local community groups sometimes want to help schools with a community project, such as landscaping, new playground equipment or new signs. Review the guidelines for community projects to ensure project success.
Many individuals and businesses in our community want to donate computer equipment to the school district. To make sure these generous donations can be properly supported and maintained for the use of our students, the district staff has developed a set of standards for donated equipment.
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 Giving Back to the Community

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