Principals, district administrators develop framework for middle schools, four-year high schools
Developed by district administrators, junior high principals and assistant principals, these belief statements will guide schools in the development of their middle school programs.
This document outlines the common components agreed on by junior high principals for the educational program in district middle schools, beginning in the fall of 2012. This framework ensures that students in grades 6-8 get the instruction they need to meet state standards and progress toward meeting the district’s graduation requirements.
Developed by district administrators, high school principals and associate principals, these belief statements spell out the ideal high school educational program and environment to ensure that students are making progress toward graduating from Lake Washington School District, prepared for college, prepared for the global workplace and prepared for personal success.
Dr. Kimball announced a process to determine if the district should move toward a school configuration pattern featuring elementary schools with kindergarten through fifth grade, middle schools with sixth through eighth grade and high schools with ninth through twelfth grade.