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For Parents
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.
For Students
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.
For Community Members
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.
School every day - it adds up

Students who miss two days of school per month will be absent for 10% of the school year. This results in lost learning and missing out on key concepts. Click the link below to learn how you can support regular attendance.




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Attendance a priority for Lake Washington School District
Students now compete for scholarships worth more than $33 million
Two new elementary schools, one new middle school, JHS rebuild funded by LWSD bond measure


2016 Bond School Construction Projects
Construction projects funded by the April 2016 bond are now underway! Learn more about the three new schools, the three aging schools to be replaced and the other projects. Project schedules and preliminary designs have been posted for the three new schools.

Special Services Program Review
The completed Special Services Program Review report and action items were presented to the School Board September 19. The program review informed a Five-Year Action Plan for the Special Services Department.

College and Career Readiness Task Force
This task force is reviewing impacts of the new state 24-credit requirements, the potential for a seven-period day or other ways to expand options for grades 9-12. This group is also looking at school start times.


 What's New on this Site...

Growing academics, serving more students, building new schools
Students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 will be asked to take the Washington State 2016 Healthy Youth Survey between October 10 and 21. Learn more at the link above.
Public comment period now open for next year’s budget. Learn more about school funding and where your tax dollars go.
The 2016-17 page-per-month wall calendar is now available.

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Register a student for school?
Add money to a lunch account?
Find which school a student will attend?
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