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Current information for parents, students and community members. Learn about what is happening now in district schools. Find out information parents need, like when to register students for kindergarten or summer school.
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New contract for Lake Washington School District, Lake Washington Education Association
School calendar set for next five years
Five students receive National Merit $2500 Scholarships
2,500 distinguished students recognized nationwide
Doug Eglington’s Lake Washington School Board tenure to end
Member since 1989 decides not to run for additional term
New Elementary Literacy Curriculum Recommended for Adoption
Reading Wonders preferred by committee for grades K-5
Lake Washington School District Launches High School “Signature Programs”
Thematic, interdisciplinary block courses use projects for “real world” learning
Two Redmond High students receive National Merit Corporate-Sponsored Scholarships
Students among 1,000 distinguished students recognized nationwide
International Community School ranked in Top 100 Schools, achieves Gold Rating
Two other high schools achieve silver rating
Lake Washington School District parent / community survey now open
District seeks feedback from parents, community by May 13
Youth Cyber Safety and the Risks of Social Media – What Every Family Needs to Know
Upcoming parent presentations scheduled at four elementary schools
Twenty schools recognized with Washington Achievement Awards
Juanita Elementary wins in four categories
Literacy Adoption Committee selects finalists
K-6 Literacy Adoption Committee completed its initial evaluation of possible programs
Community invited to weigh in on school district ballot measures
Possible measures include EP&O levy, capital projects levy and construction bonds
Transportation Department Scores 100% Efficiency Rating
Department costs lower than most similar districts
School board urges state legislature to address K-12 Funding
Lake Washington board joins others from around the state
Lake Washington School District Predicts Enrollment Growth
Over 4,000 more students in nine years
New High School Variance Process
Available spaces for students who live in the district but outside a specific high school's neighborhood may be limited
Kindergarten Registration begins February 7
Register at your neighborhood school
Twenty-five Lake Washington Teachers Achieve National Board Certification
204 National Board Certified teachers in the district
Superintendent Announces Temporary Boundary Recommendation
Moves students from Rosa Parks Elementary to Wilder Elementary next fall to reduce overcrowding
Cyber-Safety and Social Media Risks — What Every Family Needs to Know
Lake Washington School District and PTSA Cosponsor Cyber-Safety Seminars
Message from the Superintendent concerning the tragedy in Connecticut
This email was sent to parents / guardians and is posted here for those who did not receive it. Links to additional resources for helping children cope with tragedy / traumatic events are posted here.
Four Lake Washington Schools Named 2012 Schools of Distinction
Center for Educational Effectiveness recognizes schools for five years of continuing improvement
Lake Washington Named to AP District Honor Roll
College Board honors districts that increase access to and results on Advanced Placement courses
Lake Washington School District Unites Against Bullying
Students, staff wear orange in support of bullying prevention
Lake Washington School District SAT Math Scores Increase
District, state and national scores all down in reading, writing
Twenty-seven LWSD Students Named National Merit Semifinalists
Students now complete for 8,400 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $36 million
Waste Management Donates $225,000 for New Lake Washington School District Signature Programs
Lake Washington Students Math Scores Soar
Test data is mostly higher for state, Lake Washington School District
School meal changes coming this fall
Fruit or vegetable required for every lunch
More Lake Washington Students Than Ever Meet ACT College Readiness Benchmarks
Some scores dip slightly after last year’s large gains but trend is up
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