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Norman Rockwell Elementary received a signed copy of the “Freedom From Want” painting from Danny Galieote, a prominent artist who re-created Norman Rockwell paintings to represent the current cultural and social transformation in America today.

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Lake Washington School District is pleased to announce a team from Timberline Middle School (TMS) was selected as one of the regional winners of the 29th annual ExploraVision program. This is the largest K-12 science competition designed to build problem-solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills. Team Project: LAMP (The Localized Alzheimer’s Microneedle Patch), from TMS, will advance to the national phase of the competition, where participants will have a chance to win $10,000 in savings bonds and other great prizes.

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    Child Find

    I think my child may have a disability: what now?

    Child Find is a district program to help determine if your child has a disability and help provide appropriate services

    Are you concerned that your child may not be developing typically? Parents who suspect their child may have a disability should contact the Child Find program. Children can be evaluated to determine if they have a disability or developmental delay.

    Parents should contact Child Find if they:

    • Have questions about whether their child has a disability
    • Are concerned about their infant, toddler, or preschooler's development
    • Know their child has a disability and are looking for appropriate educational services
    • Would like to know how to help their school age child succeed in school

    Evaluations for infants and toddlers
    Children are evaluated for a suspected disability differently depending on their age. See the chart below to learn how to request an evaluation of your child.

    Infants and Toddlers (0-2 years old):
    For our youngest learners, Lake Washington School District partners with Kindering Center in Bellevue and Wonderland Development Center in Shoreline. They offer evaluations for infants and toddlers, birth through two years old. This evaluation will help you to determine if your child is following a typical pattern of development. If appropriate, the Kindering Center or Wonderland Development Center will provide early intervention help for your child.

    For assistance, or if you have questions:

    Preschool Age Children (3-5 years old):
    Developmental evaluations are provided by Lake Washington School District for children between the ages of three and five to identify possible delays in language, motor, cognitive, or social-emotional development.

    If you have questions or concerns about your preschooler's development, or to refer a child for evaluation, contact Child Find: Linda Pankow, Child Find Coordinator, 425-936-2846.

     

    For more information about the preschool programs offered at LWSD, see the Preschool page on this site.

    School Age Children (5-21 years old):
    Lake Washington School District identifies children ages 5 through 21 who may have a disability. A parent, staff member, or outside person may refer a student at their. local school

    To refer a student, contact the school psychologist at the child's local school or the LWSD Special Services department at 425-936-1201, specialservices@lwsd.org.

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