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From registration to graduation in Lake Washington School District, find all the information you need to support your student’s success. Includes curriculum, testing, grades, schedules, special programs, student health, and last but not least, the lunch menu.
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Find what you need for success today and in the future. The research and homework help section has tools for successful papers and presentations. Students in grades seven through 12 can explore career information and learn about the higher education or other programs to support those careers.
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Strong communities support their school districts in many ways. Learn how you can get involved in supporting Lake Washington School District. Strong school districts are responsive to their communities. Learn about how the district uses tax dollars, partners with other organizations, and opens school buildings for community use.
January is School Board Recognition Month
The month of January is School Board Recognition Month in Washington state. Thank you to our five voter-elected school board representatives: (left to right) Siri Bliesner, Mark Stuart, Christopher Carlson, Jackie Pendergrass, and Nancy Bernard.

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Changes to rebalance growing enrollment
Opportunity for community members to provide input on future strategy
Group to study, give advice and make recommendations on long-term facility planning strategy
Group to study, give advice, and make recommendations on new middle school report card

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Final boundary proposals were unanimously approved by the Board of Directors. New boundaries will go into effect in September 2015.
Parents of fifth and eighth grade students may want to consider options for the next level, including choice and neighborhood schools. View the Middle School Options brochure or the High School Options brochure for more information.
The Working Subcommittee of the district’s Long-Term Facilities Planning Task Force will hold three meetings to review and discuss the district’s capital facility needs, options to address these needs, and community input collected during the recent online open house. The first meeting will be held on January 28.
Lake Washington School District joins with other districts across the state in formally recognizing our School Board for their service.

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