Students in Lake Washington High School’s AP US Government & Politics classes get first-hand experience in the legislative process. As part of the class, students crafted Senate Bill (SB) 5171, which bans gender-based price discrimination on similar products
- 1. How do I know if my student is a good candidate for the elementary Quest program?
- 2. When is the application period?
- 3. Do Pull-out and K5HC Students need to apply for Full-time Quest and Middle School Quest?
- 4. How do I get an application?
- 5. Can out-of-district students apply?
- 6. Can we observe highly capable classrooms?
- 7. How can I talk with parents of students in the program?
- 8. Does LWSD offer highly capable services in the high schools?
- 9. Are there any screening requirements for testing?
- 10. My child is in a private school or home-schooled. What should I do?
- 11. Does everyone who completes an application get assessed?
- 12. When are the assessments for highly capable programs?
- 13. How and when will I know if my child meets the screening criteria?
- 14. What if my child is sick and cannot take an assessment on the scheduled date?
- 15. What if we have a family emergency and my child cannot take the test on the scheduled date?
- 16. I had my child privately tested. Can I submit these results with the application?
- 17. Can I appeal the results of the screening or eligibility decisions?