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First day of preschool 2020

Building updated as part of 2016 bond passed by voters

Redmond, Wash. – Staff cheered Monday, September 14, as the first preschool student walked confidently into the Early Learning Center at Old Redmond Schoolhouse. It is the first time in more than 20 years that Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has held classes in the building. 

 

Ben Rush Green Team

Three schools in Lake Washington School District were named 2020 Sustaining Green Schools by King County Green Schools in June. Environmental & Adventure School (EAS) qualified for the recognition for the first time this year. The shared campus of Carl Sandburg Elementary and Discovery Community School have earned the recognition for five consecutive years.

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

    June 18, 2020

    Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has developed a facility re-opening timeline that is in accordance with Washington's Safe Start phased approach. As King County meets requirements to move into each phase, LWSD will reopen our athletic facilities in accordance with guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Public Health - Seattle and King County.

    Tennis courts at our middle school and high school have been open since June 11. Tracks will be open for walking and jogging only once King County is in Phase 2. Fields will remain closed. We will update our communities as more of our facilities open to the public. 
     
    Please remember to put safety first when gathering to play. LWSD urges visitors to practice social distancing and good hygiene and to follow Public Health - Seattle and King County Guidelines.

    LWSD facility re-opening timeline

     

    COVID-19 updates - Click on date to read full postc

    A video message from LWSD Superintendent Dr. Jane Stavem on planning for the remainder of the school year and beyond.

    We want to update you on grading for this semester based on the new information districts have received from the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). At the end of April, OSPI provided new rules and guidance about grading in light of the COVID-19 school closures. The rules are intended to address the current and future needs of students given the difficult conditions we all continue to experience during this global health crisis.