Redmond, Wash. – The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced today that eight Lake Washington School District (LWSD) students will receive National Merit $2500 Scholarships. Fifty students were selected statewide for these awards.
Will create space for 252 students while also addressing an aging facility
Redmond, Wash. – At the April 3 Special Board Meeting, the LWSD Board of Directors approved the repurposing of levy funds to remodel or rebuild and enlarge Rockwell Elementary. This plan creates space for 252 additional students while also addressing an aging facility.
Redmond, Wash. – Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has proposed repurposing levy funds from the 2022 Building Excellence Construction Levy. These funds would be used to rebuild and enlarge Rockwell Elementary School. They were originally planned to be used to build a new elementary school on the Redmond Elementary campus.
Register online now to ensure appropriate staffing for 2023-24
Redmond, Wash. – If you live in Lake Washington School District (LWSD) and your child will be five years old on or before August 31, 2023, it is time to register your child for kindergarten for the 2023-24 school year! Registration is open now.
Highest certification an educator can achieve
Redmond, Wash. – Fifty-four Lake Washington School District educators achieved or renewed their National Board Certification®, as announced by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).
Some schools open to LWSD students residing outside their attendance area
Redmond, Wash. – Lake Washington School District (LWSD) holds an open enrollment period each year for parents who want their children to attend a school other than their neighborhood school. Parents may apply between February 1-28 for a change to their school assignment for the 2023-24 school year for their students in grades K-12. This option is also known as an In-District Variance.
Congratulations to the Eastlake High School (EHS) baseball team for beating the Sumner Spartans to clinch the 4A title on May 27!
Sixth grade science students at Kamiakin Middle School have been busy working since September on a Campus Ecological Restoration Project.
Congratulations to the following student athletes for their placement at the state competitions over the weekend:
Lights, camera and action! Diya Modi, sophomore at Nikola Tesla STEM High School, spent two full months of eight-hour days filming a movie. The end result? Being the lead character in a film that premiered to a sold-out audience at the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) in mid-May.
Students in the Fire and EMS program recently did a special fire safety presentation at Rachel Carson Elementary.