RHMS ecosystem restoration project

The sixth graders at Rose Hill Middle School worked on an exciting new unit on ecosystems restoration in science this fall. During this unit, students not only learned what makes a healthy forest ecosystem but also got the opportunity to plan and execute their very own restoration project for a damaged ecosystem on Rose Hill’s campus.

Redmond, Wash. – If you live in Lake Washington School District (LWSD) and your child will be five years old on or before August 31, 2022, it is time to register your child for kindergarten for the 2022-23 school year! Registration begins on February 24, 2022.

Redmond, Wash. – Lake Washington School District’s (LWSD’s) 2021-22 Budget has earned the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) Meritorious Budget Award (MBA). This award promotes and recognizes excellence in budget presentation in school districts. LWSD has received this award five years in a row. LWSD is the only district in the state of Washington to receive this award.



    Contact the Board

    Communicate with school board members directly via email, mail, telephone or direct testimony

    Two school board members during a board meetingCommunity members are welcome to bring a topic or issue to the attention of the school board. There are three primary ways to do so:

    The board also regularly convenes focus groups to learn more about community experiences with the school district.


    Write to the school board

    E-mail addresses:
    All members of the board:
    Eric Laliberte, President,
    Mark Stuart, Vice President,
    Siri Bliesner,
    Chris Carlson,
    Leah Choi,

    Mailing address:
    Lake Washington School District
    PO Box 97039
    Redmond, WA 98073-9739


    Telephone board members

    Call 425-936-1257 to leave messages for the school board.


    Public Comment at School Board Meetings

    The board generally meets on Monday twice a month, except for the month of July. They are held at the Resource Center, 16250 NE 74th Street, in Redmond Town Center. That meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.

    View the board meeting schedule

    Tips on speaking to the board
    Your goal should be to raise a specific topic or issue with the school board. Their goal is to listen and learn from the community. They will not respond to testimony that evening. Try to resolve any issues with teachers, school principals, or other district personnel before bringing the issue to the board. The board does not discuss personnel matters at board meetings. Address issues or concerns about individual staff members with the board through letters or phone calls.

    Each speaker has three minutes to address the board. That limit enables more people to be heard at each meeting.

    Process at the meeting

    • Members of the community who wish to speak to the board during the public comment period should sign up before the meeting starts. A sign-up sheet is available at the front-left of the boardroom, usually by 6:45 p.m.
    • Please print your name and complete address legibly on the sign-up sheet.
    • When the board is ready for public comment, the president will refer to the sign-up sheet and call out the names in the order they appear.
    • If a number of people are signed up to speak on the same topic, the board limits the time devoted to a single topic to 30 minutes.
    • When your name is called, approach the podium. Speak into the microphone, giving your full name and the school attendance area where you live for the record.
    • Please limit your comments to three minutes.
    • Be respectful of the board when speaking.
    • Be ready to respond to questions from the board if asked
    • Address your testimony to the board members, not the audience
    • Do not address questions to the board. The board's goal for the public comment period is to hear your concerns, comments and opinions. Questions can be answered through calls or letters to board members.