It is a big moment for student-athletes when they get to sign the National Letter of Intent to attend a college to play sports. Both Redmond High School (RHS) and Lake Washington High School (LWHS) hosted events to celebrate the occasion.
2019 SUMMER PROGRAMS HAVE ENDED
Report cards will be mailed home the week of August 5. If you do not receive your student’s report card or your student’s home school does not have record of summer classes once school begins in September, please have your school counselor contact the Summer School registrar at SummerSchool@lwsd.org.
SUMMER SCHOOL LAPTOP & POWER CORD RETURN
It was mandatory summer school students return the laptop and power cord which was signed out to them for 2019 Summer School by August 2. If they did not bring their laptop and power cord in after classes were over, their laptop can be returned to the Redmond High School main office and placed in the marked bin after August 19. Or they can be returned to the District Office/L.E. Scarr Resource Center in Redmond Town Center. If returning to the District Office, please ask for HelpDesk at the front reception counter and let them know you are returning a device from summer school.
Information for 2020 Summer School will be posted once it becomes available after the first of the year.
- Elementary Core Academic Summer School (Grades PreK-Pre-6)
- Elementary School Enrichment Camps (Grades 1-5)
- Middle School Core Academic Summer School (Grades 6-8)
- Middle School Enrichment Algebra 1 Booster (Entering Grades 7-8)
- Middle School DigiPen (Entering Grades 6-8)
- High School Core Academic Summer School (Grades 9-12)
- High School Accelerated Algebra 1 and Geometry Summer Program (Grades 9-12)
- High School Invitational Credit Retrieval Program (Grades 9-12)
- High School English Learners (Grades 9-12)
- Summer Bridge Academy (Grades 6-8)
- Middle School Prep - Current 5th grade students entering 6th grade in Fall 2019
- Elementary English Language Learners (Grades K-5)
- Elementary Summer Literacy Academy Invitational Program (Grades K-2)
- Title 1 Elementary Invitational Program (Grades K-4)
- Extended School Year (ESY) IEP-Determined Special Education Program (Grades PreK-12)
Intervention Programs supports high school students who need to recover credit in core subjects. Students participating will potentially have the capability to recover credit for multiple courses, and they can choose to participate in morning and/or afternoon sessions. Students are invited by counselor recommendation to take part in this program.
Students invited by Intervention Services do not register using the paper catalog registration form or the standard online registration form. Students will register for this program through their counselors.
Linda Grosvenor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The half-day program will include lessons on leadership, the first sixth grade mathematics unit, and the development of reading fluency and comprehension through classic literature. Students are invited by teacher recommendation.
Maureen Layton (email@example.com)
The program uses science content to build academic vocabulary and concepts through hands-on learning, journaling, reading, writing, and speaking.
Nichole Rodriguez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our Elementary Summer Literacy Academy focuses on building foundational literacy skills. Students are invited by teacher recommendation.
Maureen Layton (email@example.com)