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More than 4,100 distinguished students recognized nationwide

Redmond, Wash. – The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced this week that one additional Lake Washington School District (LWSD) student will receive a National Merit College-Sponsored Scholarship:

Kevin Zhang, Nikola Tesla STEM High School - National Merit Purdue University Scholarship 

A group of freshman from Nikola Tesla STEM High School is helping kids with Cerebral Palsy move around a little easier. As part of their end of year project, this team partnered with a program by the name of Go Baby Go

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Dozens of LWSD students earned their way to the 2021 International Career Development Conference (ICDC), which was held virtually in late April and early May. Of that group, about 30 students competed as finalists and two students placed as high as third.

LWHS Science Labs

Why is slime stretchy? How do chickens flap their wings? 

With these questions in mind, two science classes at Lake Washington High School celebrated the last week of school by setting up lab experiments. The labs also gave students a chance to use the new equipment in two of the school’s 20 new classrooms.

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    Procedure Federal or State Funded Special Instructional Programs

    File: 2104P

    The district and parents of students participating in Safety Net and Federal Programs shall jointly develop and agree upon written parent involvement procedures. When developing and implementing these procedures, the district shall ensure they describe how the district will: 

    1. Involve parents in the joint development of the district’s overall Safety Net and Federal Programs Parent Involvement Policy and the process of school review and improvement. 
    2. Provide the coordination, technical assistance and other support necessary to assist participating schools in planning and implementing effective parent involvement activities to improve student academic achievement and school performance. 
    3. Develop activities that promote the schools’ and parents’ capacity for strong parent involvement. 
    4. Coordinate and integrate parental involvement strategies with appropriate programs. 
    5. Involve parents in an annual evaluation of the content and effectiveness of the policy in improving the academic quality of schools served under Safety Net and Federal Programs. 
    6. Identify barriers to participation by parents who are economically disadvantaged, are disabled, have limited English proficiency, have limited literacy, or are of any racial or ethic minority. 
    7. Use findings of annual evaluations to design strategies for more effective parent involvement. 
    8. Involve parents in the activities of schools serviced under Safety Net and Federal Programs. 

     

    Adopted:
    09/01/19

    LEGAL REFS.:
    20 U.S.C. 1118 
    RCW 28A.300.070 

    CROSS REF.: