For the fifth year in a row, the College Board named Lake Washington School District (LWSD) to its Annual AP District Honor Roll. LWSD is one of only 373 public school districts in the United States and Canada and one of four in Washington state to be honored. Lake Washington is one of two districts in the state to be a multi-year recipient of the AP Honor Roll Award.

At its December 3 meeting, Lake Washington School District’s (LWSD) Board of Directors passed Resolution No. 2259 to place a Capital Projects Levy on the April 23, 2019 ballot. This measure, if passed, authorizes a six-year levy totaling $120 million or an average of $20 million per year for six years. 



    Interdisciplinary Skills and Attributes

    Policy type: End Results
    Policy code: ER-3

    As a result of our efforts:

    Each student will demonstrate his or her highest level of achievement and application of skills and attributes within a well-rounded, interdisciplinary program of study.

    Accordingly, students will:

    Academic Thinking Skills & Strategies

    • Questioning critically and thinking creatively
    • Solving problems effectively
    • Making connections

    Communication & Collaboration Skills

    • Offering ideas and making contributions
    • Working well with others
    • Respecting and valuing others

    Local & Global Citizenship Skills

    • Exhibiting civic responsibility
    • Maintaining a local perspective
    • Maintaining a global perspective

    Personal Attributes

    • Exhibiting a strong work ethic
    • Taking personal responsibility
    • Demonstrating resiliency
    • Maintaining balance

    As specified in the Lake Washington School District Student Profile and articulated through the standards found in the district’s Curriculum and Assessment Framework.


    End Results - Exhibit One (ER-1, 2, 3-E1)

    Monitoring Method: Internal
    Monitoring Frequency: Annually

    Lake Washington School District Board of Directors

    A group of Juanita High School seniors at graduation

    Governance Process

    Board CEO Relationship

    District superintendent and two board members during board meetingThese policies describe the delegation of authority by the Board to its CEO and clarify the relationship between the two. Organizational performance is considered identical to CEO performance.

    Executive Limitations

    Superintendent reads to a group of elementary school studentsThese policies state the limitations imposed by the Board on the strategies and methods the superintendent and his or her staff may use, as they work to achieve the specified outcomes identified in the Ends Policies. The executive limitations establish the boundaries and operating expectations for staff.

    End Results

    Juanita High School graduates after their graduation ceremonyThese policies define the end results desired for our students and what they are expected to know and be able to do as a result of their educational experience. Ends Results policies are based on the Lake Washington School District Mission, Vision, Student Profile and Guiding Principles.