Lake Washington School District has a strong and active middle school band program, with classes for everyone from beginners to students with years of experience.
Lake Washington High School addition
Construction will begin at the following schools this summer:
- Lake Washington High School: No building use summer 2020. The stadium will remain open.
- Franklin Elementary: No building use summer 2020
- Rose Hill Elementary: No building use summer 2020
- Twain Elementary: No building use and no field use summer 2020
The community had its first glimpse of the plans for the new auxiliary gymnasium and expanded commons at Lake Washington High School. If you missed the information night on February 5, you can see the architectural renderings of the gym and commons expansion in this slideshow.
Households around the district received the Building On Success Progress Report in mailboxes this month. It included an overview and progress updates on construction projects funded by the 2016 bond and the 2019 capital projects levy. If you missed it in the mail, be sure to view it online to learn more about:
Learn more about the auxiliary gymnasium and commons space planned at Lake Washington High School. A community information night is set for February 5 at 6 p.m. in the LWHS Commons. Construction on the auxiliary spaces is scheduled to begin this summer.
This will be an open-house style poster session. Feel free to drop by any time during this one-hour event.
Construction on 20 additional classrooms has already begun. The new classroom wing will open in fall 2020.
The year 2019 was one to remember: We celebrated the grand openings of Timberline Middle School and the newly rebuilt Peter Kirk and Margaret Mead elementary schools. Progress continued on the remaining 2016 bond projects: Juanita High School and Old Redmond Schoolhouse. Construction also began on the addition at Lake Washington High School, funded by the Capital Projects Levy passed by voters in April 2019.
Thank you to the communities of Lake Washington School District. With your ongoing support, we are providing students with great places to learn!
Watch the video.
Students at Lake Washington High School signed the last steel beam on Dec. 4 before it was hoisted to the top of the 20-classroom addition. See more photos.
Architect: McGranahan Architecture
Contractor: Lydig Construction
Location: 12033 NE 80th St, Kirkland, WA 98033
Spaces: 20 classrooms, including general, science, CTE and teacher planning spaces; auxiliary gymnasium and commons space
Current Portables: 10 classroom portables currently at LWHS will be relocated to Rose Hill Middle School and Kirkland Middle School after construction
Planned opening: New classrooms: Fall 2020; Auxiliary gymnasium and commons space: Fall 2021
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