Would you wear a watch and slippers made from carbon dioxide emissions? Or brush your teeth using toothpaste made from CO₂? Before the pandemic, students at Evergreen Middle School were learning about real products that capture and store carbon dioxide that would otherwise go into the atmosphere.
Doing business with Lake Washington School District
The LWSD Business Services department oversees the district’s financial, business, and other related services. The department ensures the district’s overall financial integrity and stability through the development of annual and multi-year budgets. Additionally, Business Services is responsible for enrollment and staffing projections and allocations, nutrition services, purchasing and procurement, accounting and payroll, and warehousing and asset management.
- Bidding Opportunities/Pending Cooperative Bids and Proposals: Lake Washington School District is required to post on its website bids and proposals that, once awarded, other public agencies may access.
- Intergovernmental and Interlocal Cooperative Agreements: School districts in the state may enter into agreements for the purchase of various equipment supplies and services. By making these agreements, Lake Washington School District may get better terms, including lower prices, than if it made these purchases alone.
- State Environmental Protection Act
- Lake Washington School District's Standard Terms & Conditions
- Other Legal Notices
Business and Support Services
Director of Business Services
Margo Allen, Manager
Budget & Fiscal
Lynne Pyke, Manager
Kevin Nelson, Director
Payroll and Benefits
Alyce Bredehoeft, Manager
Wendy Kessler, Manager