Dance teams from Eastlake High School (EHS), Lake Washington High School (LWHS) and Redmond High School (RHS) scored high marks at a December dance competition.
Coronavirus in the News – Cold and Flu Season – When to Keep Your Child Home
You may have seen in the news or on social media that Washington state has had one confirmed case of coronavirus. We know this kind of news is worrisome to families, and in this case, many of the early symptoms may appear much like the flu.
While it is a serious illness, the Washington State Department of Health considers it a low risk to the public at this time. However, flu season is definitely here and we ask that if your child is sick, please keep them at home. If you're not sure whether or not to keep your child home, review the information available on our "Too Sick for School" webpage.
Ways to protect yourself and your family from colds and flu are to ensure everyone has a flu shot, wash hands thoroughly, drink plenty of fluids, get plenty of rest and stay home when ill. Learn more tips for staying well on the Health Services section of the LWSD website.
The District is actively monitoring this situation and is in contact with the Washington State Department of Health. We will communicate more information should the State Department of Health provide an update affecting schools.
Reminder: One dose of Tdap vaccine is required by state law to attend middle school and high school. If you have not provided the Tdap immunization information to your middle school or high school student, please do so immediately. View LWSD immunization information.
Committed to the health and wellness of our students
Lake Washington School District is committed to the health and wellness of our students. Each school has a registered nurse available to provide a range of services. At the beginning of each year nurses collect student health information to plan for needs during the school day.
School nurses strive to ensure all students can fully participate in educational programs. This starts with daily attendance and includes being well-rested, well-fed, and ready to learn. Our goal is for all students to be successful in school.
Lake Washington School District (LWSD) nurses practice professional nursing and provide school health services designed to:
- Promote health and safety
- Intervene with actual and potential problems
- Provide education and case management services
- Actively collaborate with students, families, communities, school staff and district employees
Names and contact information for the nurse at each school are listed below.
You can contact the nurse at your child’s school by calling the main office.
|Carson Elementary & Preschool||Lisa Dermody|
|Dickinson Elementary & Preschool||Robin Green|
|Emerson K-12||Annette Fechenbach|
|McAuliffe Elementary & Learning Center||Claire Goveia|
|Rosa Parks||Elaine Sheppard|
|Rose Hill||Amber Welland Wilson|
|Twain||Amber Welland Wilson|
|Eastlake High School||Jennifer Swisa|
|Emerson High School and Emerson K-12||Annette Fechenbach|
|Evergreen Middle School||Robin Green|
|Finn Hill Middle School||Karen Walker|
|Futures School||Caerissa Fawkes|
|Inglewood Middle School||Lisa Dermody|
|International Community School||Stacey Jones|
|Juanita High School||Caerissa Fawkes|
|Kamiakin Middle School|
|Kirkland Middle School||Amber Welland Wilson|
|Lake Washington High School||Keturah Romer|
|Northstar Middle School||Annette Fechenbach|
|Redmond High School||Sally Alfred|
|Redmond Middle School||Samantha Griffen|
|Rose Hill Middle School||Gretchen Paulovich|
|Stella Schola||Gretchen Paulovich|
|Tesla STEM High School||Nancy Johnson|
|Timberline Middle School||Jennie Harkestad|
|Transition Academy - Kirkland||Marika Brady|
|Transition Academy - Redmond||Marika Brady|