Students at Redmond High School come into their Computer Science and Engineering course with little to no programming skills. By the time they leave, students are creating working robots. The robots are so advanced that students use their own phones to control the machines via Bluetooth technology.
Relations with Election Authorities
Registration of Voters
Each school within the Lake Washington School District shall have at least one staff member designated as an official voter registrar. These individuals shall provide voter registration services to the general public during all regular school hours. In addition, local schools shall make a concerted effort to encourage voter registration and to provide special registration services when appropriate.
All school secretaries and principals shall be instructed in their part of the registration program prior to the opening of school. All students new to the school district shall be given information regarding the voter registration service available at the local school facility. At the senior high school level students approaching 18 years of age shall be informed of the registration procedure and encouraged to register to vote.
The school district shall cooperate wherever possible with the PTSA voter registration program. Schools shall be encouraged to cooperate with the PTSA registration chairman on the identifying and registration of non- registered voters within the school boundaries.
Regular announcements regarding the voter registration program shall appear in the principal's newsletter and/or the PTSA bulletin of each school.
School Board Elections/Board Member Qualifications (BBB/BBBA)
Relations with Political Organizations (KMI)