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Redmond, Wash. – At a live event on the evening of Wednesday, January 6, Lake Washington School District (LWSD) Superintendent, Dr. Jon Holmen, announced Pathway Forward, LWSD’s plan to return students to in-person learning for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.

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An International Community School student is the 2019-20 winner of the sixth annual Washington State Zine Contest. Katya Rukhlinskaia, who is now in eighth grade, won for grades 7-9 for her “Tribes: The Cowlitz” zine entry.

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    Life Skills and Citizenship

    Policy type: Results
    Policy code: R-3

    Each student will develop attributes necessary to lead a productive, rewarding, and responsible life as a contributing member of the community and greater society.

    Accordingly, graduates from Lake Washington will be able to:

    3.1    Question and think critically and creatively

    3.2    Solve problems effectively

    3.3    Make connections

    3.4    Offer ideas and make contributions

    3.5    Work well with others

    3.6    Respect and value others

    3.7     Exhibit civic responsibility

    3.8    Maintain a local and global perspective

    3.9    Exhibit a strong work ethic

    3.10     Take personal responsibility

    3.11     Demonstrate resiliency

    3.12    Maintain balance

    Adopted:     
    07.07.03

    Revised:    
    05/18/09
    08/12/19 / End Results (ER) Policies changed to Results (R)

     

    Monitoring Method: Internal
    Monitoring Frequency: Annually

    Lake Washington School District Board of Directors

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