Juanita Elementary Affirmation Mirror

Strong kids begin with strong minds. That's why Jordan McClellion at Juanita Elementary is nurturing her students to see the best in themselves through the "affirmation mirror" station.

Redmond, Wash. - Lake Washington School District is planning three ballot measures for the February 8, 2022 election. The measures are a replacement of the existing Educational Programs and Operations (EP&O) levy, a replacement of the existing School Technology and Capital Levy, and a Building Excellence Capital levy. A recommendation was presented to the Board of Directors on October 4, and they formally approved the levies at their October 18 board meeting.

Saidhruv Chittamuri & Paige Stime-perfect ACT scores

A student from Redmond High School (RHS) and another from Nikola Tesla STEM High School have achieved something that less than one-half of 1% of test takers achieve. Saidhruv Chittamuri, senior at RHS, and Paige Stime, senior at Tesla STEM, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.



    Infectious and Communicable Diseases

    File: 3414

    It is the policy of the Lake Washington School District to prevent, insofar as practicable, the spread of infectious diseases amongst the school community. Any child enrolled in the Lake Washington School District who contracts a communicable disease shall not attend classes or school functions until the "period of communicability" has passed.  The times and means for communicability shall be determined by those standards set by the U.S. Center for Disease Control, and set forth in the current OSPI Infectious Disease Control Guide

    Pursuant to WAC 246-101-420, school personnel shall notify the local health jurisdiction of outbreaks associated with District schools, as well as suspected cases of notifiable conditions. As health care providers licensed under Title 18 RCW, school nurses (registered nurses) shall follow the requirements set forth in WAC 246-101 for the reporting of notifiable conditions. 

    The district will require that the parents/guardian complete a medical history form at the beginning of each school year. The nurse or school physician may use such reports to advise the parent of the need for further medical attention and to plan for the management of potential health problems in school.

    The Lake Washington School District authorizes the school principal to exclude any student, with or without the concurrence of the local health officer, who has been diagnosed by a physician or is suspected of having an infectious disease listed in and in accordance with the with most current Infectious Disease Control Guide. Upon request of the parent or guardian for reconsideration of exclusion of a student afflicted with a communicable/infectious disease, the Superintendent or his/her designee shall, in cooperation with local public health officials, review the case and decide whether school attendance poses a risk to the infected student or his/her classmates or staff. The review may include consultations with the student's parents, the student' physician and/or a physician of the district's choice. The local health officer can take whatever action is deemed necessary to control or eliminate the spread of disease.

    The Lake Washington School District authorizes the Superintendent or his/her designee to provide training to all District employees regarding bloodborne pathogens as required and in accordance with current Washington Industrial Safety & Health Act (WISHA) and Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA) standards.

    Information regarding students’ past or present health conditions will be treated as confidential. 


    Chapter 246-110 WAC
    Chapter 70.02 RCW
    WAC 246-101-420
    RCW 28A.210.101