Students in Katie Jacobs’ fourth grade class at Franklin Elementary worked on building hydraulic powered claws in class during the month of May. This end of the year STEM project led to seeing life-sized machines up close and in person.
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Current COVID-19 data for in-person learning in LWSD
Lake Washington School District takes all positive COVID-19 cases seriously. We have a comprehensive COVID-19 Positive Case Report Response process that includes reporting the case to Public Health, communicating information as needed to affected staff, parents/students (also called close contacts), and implementing our cleaning protocols that includes cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing work spaces as required.
Below is data for student/staff case numbers for the
14-day period from June 4 - June 17
|Estimated number of students and staff on campus1||Number of new positive student cases2||Number of new positive staff cases2|
Note: Public Health’s reporting requirements have changed to report on positive cases only and are no longer requesting close contact data.
* Beginning 10/24/21. Updated weekly; last update: 6/20/22.
1 Number of students receiving in-person instruction as of October 1, 2021 plus the estimated number of staff members that are assigned to that district building.
2 A positive case is defined as a staff member or student who was present at work/school up to two days before becoming symptomatic and/or testing positive for COVID-19. (Updated 1/31/2022)