Lake Washington High School PTSA Newsletter
October 15, 2014 | Issue 5
In This Issue
Kang Crier 

Co-editors: Jeanine Lewis & Karen Peters

Quick Links

~ Upcoming Events ~

PSAT Testing for Sophomores and Juniors
Today! Wednesday, Oct. 15, 8am

Last Day to Order Yearbook for $60
Today! Wednesday, Oct. 15, Cashier's Window

Fear-Free ACT Review Session
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 7pm, Library

LWPTSA Council Brown Bag Lunch - Gun Legislation
Thursday, Oct. 16, 12-1pm, LWSD Resource Center

LEAP Day - No school
Friday, Oct. 17

Photo and School ID Make-up and Retakes
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 12:30-1pm, LWHS Theater

Fall Choir and Orchestra Concert
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 7pm, LWHS Theater 
PTSA Sounders Day - Sounders vs. LA Galaxy
Saturday, Oct. 25, 12pm, Seattle

Deadline for Nick Of Time Heart Screening Forms 
Monday, Oct. 27

LWSD Special Needs Group Meeting
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 7-8:30pm, LWSD Resource Center

Fall Band Concert
Wednesday, Oct. 29, 7pm, LWHS Theater

Last Day to Buy Senior Party Tickets for $125 
Friday, Oct. 31,

Seattle National College Fair

Friday, Oct. 31, 9am-12pm, WA State Convention Center
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2-4pm, WA State Convention Center

Fear-Free SAT Test
Saturday, Nov. 1, 8:30am, Juanita High School Library 

Reflections Entry Deadline
Monday, Nov. 3, Main Office

Nick Of Time Heart Screening 
Wednesday, Nov. 5, Gym


Letter from PTSA Co-Presidents

Greetings Parents, Students, and Teachers! It is mid-October and hopefully everyone has settled in to the new school year. PTSA has been going full steam working on a variety of projects to benefit the community of LWHS.


Our PTSA membership is increasing weekly and we are currently at around 300 members. This is still quite a ways from our goal of 500 members. Your PTSA membership allows access to the online school directory, the right to vote on PTSA business, and the satisfaction that you are joining millions of other parents concerned with the health, education and welfare of all students. Be a part of your child's school - sign up online - and get involved!


Approximately 80 students took advantage of our first Fear-Free SAT and ACT practice exams. Additional testing dates at LWHS are coming in January. Visit our website in December for more information.


Thank you to our fabulous School Beautification Chairs (and Master Gardeners!) Karen Tollefson and Lisa Brown. Together with the help of Student Activities Director Valerie Yob, the grounds of LWHS are ready for winter. Over 130 students, teachers and parents worked hard to improve the grounds of our school.


Our next General Membership Meeting will be Wednesday, November 19 at 7pm. After our brief business meeting, we will feature our Parent Education guest Julie Madsen from the College & Career Center. The meeting and presentation, "Beyond the Four-Year College," will be held in the College & Career Center.


We hope to see you there! Go Kangs!

Liz Hedreen and Anne Ryan, LWHS PTSA Co-Presidents



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Why You Receive the Kang Crier
The PTSA receives a list of LWHS parent emails from Lake Washington School District. If you did not opt out of publication using the form in your First Day Packet, you are on this list which is used to send the Kang Crier. If would prefer not to receive the Kang Crier, you can unsubscribe at any time using the SafeUnsubscribe button at the bottom of this newsletter.

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Parent Education
At the September 24 PTSA General Membership Meeting we were fortunate to have an outstanding speaker in college counselor Deborah Cossey (Rainier College Counseling). She gave an engaging and informative parent education presentation on "College Prep: What Parents Need to Know in 2014." She offered parents many reasons to feel hopeful about the college application process, and passed on a wealth on information that was useful to both the new parent and the experienced parent. Some examples: 
  • Did you know that by May 1, 61% of colleges still do not have full enrollment for the coming school year? The sub-10% admittance rate is NOT the norm, and there are many, many excellent options out there for our kids beyond the highly selective schools that we hear about all of the time.
  • Many colleges give weight to "demonstrated interest" from prospective students, which means everything from college visits, to emailing questions, to something as simple as opening up and looking at emails (and clicking links!) from the school.
  • Only 59 percent of first-time students at four-year institutions complete their degrees within six years.    
If you were not able to attend, or weren't able to get one of the handouts, she has provided an online copy. Many thanks to Deborah for sharing her time and expertise!

The next PTSA General Membership Meeting will be Wednesday, November 19, at 7pm. Our guest speaker will be Julie Madsen from the College & Career Center who will discuss the many post-high school options besides four-year college. Her presentation will be in the LWHS College & Career Center, located right off the Commons, outside the Counseling Office.

Any questions, contact Liz Hedreen or Anne Ryan at
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Grant a Wish

Are you wondering how you can show your support and appreciation towards our wonderful Kang staff? Please take a look at our Staff Wish List and consider granting one! Check announcements on the school website for the Wish List. Any questions, please contact Jody Lallas.


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The Pouch is Full!

Thanks to everyone who made a contribution to Pass the Pouch, we have reached our goal of $16,000! The success of our annual fundraiser allows the PTSA to continue to provide support to LW students and staff through teacher grants, School Beautification Day, Fear-free SAT & ACT testing and many more programs throughout the year. This support wouldn't be possible without all of your donations - thank you!


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Advocacy in the PTSA
You're Invited to a Brown Bag Lunch Session
Topic: Universal Background Checks for Gun Purchases, I-594 vs. I-591


When & Where: Thursday, October 16, 12-1pm, LWSD Resource Center


Why This is Important: The Washington State PTA has endorsed Initiative 594, and opposes Initiative 591. Meredith Goldstein (LWHS PTSA) and Linda Leste (Kirkland Middle/Peter Kirk PTSA) will make a presentation on Initiative 594 in support of universal background checks for gun purchases, and discuss why this is important to PTSA members. There will also be a representative from the competing initiative, I-591, to present their views. Both of these initiatives are on the November 4 election ballots.


The Brown Bag Lunches are a series of monthly information sessions on issues that are important to LWSD PTSAs and community. Held on the third Thursdays of the month, they are organized by your Lake Washinton PTSA Council. Watch the Kang Crier for future topics.


Advocacy is a central part of your PTSA. We join with other local PTSAs around the state to set legislative priorities for the Washington State PTA. We are a strong voice for children, engaging in grass roots advocacy at the local and state level. Visit the WA State PTA website for more information on the advocacy program.


Questions? Email Advocacy Chair Meredith Goldstein.


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Reflections Entry Deadline November 3

Reflect: Reflections is an opportunity for students to showcase their creative expression and/or gain creative experience in the field of arts. This year's theme is "The world would be a better place if..."


Create: Based on the theme, students in all grades can express themselves through Literature, Music Composition, Photography, Visual Arts, Film Production and/or Choreography/Dance. The category is their choice and they may enter in more than one category.


Be Recognized: The entry deadline is Monday, November 3 by 2:45pm in the Main Office. Lake Washington PTSA Council winners will be announced in January. A great highlight for the resume!


Visit the WA State PTA website for rules and entry form. Contact Reflections Chair Amanda Maggiora with questions.


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Sounders Day to Benefit the PTSA
Sounders vs. LA Galaxy, Saturday, October 25
What's more fun than going to a Sounders game? How about going to a Sounders game with thousands of other LWSD kids and families! The Lake Washington PTSA Council (not to be confused with the LWHS PTSA!) has reserved 5,000 tickets to be sold to LWSD families at a discount. 
What: A district-wide event with the Seattle Sounders as they battle the Los Angeles Galaxy in the final home game of the regular season. This match is sure to sell out, so the Sounders have blocked out a limited number of seats at a reduced price of $18 per ticket. 
When & Where: Saturday, October 25 at 12pm at Century Link Field, Seattle
Why: This event will welcome back and bring together the families of the Lake Washington School District as we get settled into another fantastic school year! Also, these tickets are reduced from $25 to $18, and a portion of all sales will go our PTSA.
How: Go to this link, enter the promo code for LWHS: ptalwhs, and make your purchase. 

For questions contact PTSA Co-President Liz Hedreen, or see the Q&A document.

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Earn Money for PTSA with eScrip  

Would you like to keep more pennies in your pocket each

school year? Wouldn't it be nice if you could donate to LWHS PTSA without spending a penny? Great news! You can, by utilizing the easy eScrip program.

  • Log into Register your Safeway and Bartell Drugs cards using LWHS's Group I.D. number (500023532).
  • Shop at Safeway or Bartell Drugs using one of your registered cards (only debit cards at Safeway).
  • You can also register your debit and credit cards here. Then, anytime you want to shop online at one of the hundreds of merchants at the online mall (including Amazon, Nordstrom, Home Depot), use as your shopping portal.
  • A percentage of your purchases will be automatically contributed to LWHS PTSA by the merchant.

That's it! It's that easy - your family shops - you earn dollars for LWHS PTSA!


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Did You Miss the Fear-Free Practice SAT and ACT Tests at LWHS?  
Here's an opportunity for you to take the same version of both these tests at Juanita High School.

Fear Free Practice SAT: Saturday, November 1, 8:30am - 1:15pm, JHS Library
SAT review session: Wednesday, November 12, 7pm - 8:30pm, JHS Library

Fear Free Practice ACT: Saturday, November 15, 8:30am - 1:15pm, JHS Library
ACT review session: Thursday, December 4, 7pm - 8:30pm, JHS Library

Bring a calculator, pencils, snack and water. 

The cost is $20 and you may pay on the Juanita HS PTSA website or by check. If you pay by check please make your $20 check out to JHS PTSA and mail to Juanita High School:

Juanita High School
Attn: PTSA - Lina Kramer SAT/ACT tests
10601 NE 132nd St.
Kirkland, WA 98034

Please include your student's name, graduating class, and your email.

If you are interested in taking either or both exams, please contact Lina Kramer at
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Kang Sports News

LWHS Dance Team
First 2014-­2015 Dance Competition to be held at LWHS 

Come join the five-­time State Champion Lake Washington High School Dance Team at the first dance competition of the season, to be held in Kirkland on Saturday, November 8. You may have been to an LWHS football, soccer, basketball or volleyball game, but when was the last time you attended a dance competition?  


These competitions are loud and fierce with performances from 15 dance teams -­ each team fighting for a qualifying score to compete at the district championships. You will not be disappointed! Few people realize how fierce the competition season is for dance and drill teams. Most sports programs span just a few months between the first practice and the state championships, but dance teams prepare for eleven months for their state championship. Under the leadership of Coaches Lindsey Beck and Jeanne Wehr, the girls begin their season in May, culminating 11 months later at the State Championship. They will have put in over 400 dedicated hours in one season! The team has made our school and community very proud with their achievements. Help support them at this season's competition kickoff!


What: The Dance Competition will be attended by fifteen 2A, 3A and 4A regional high

school teams, and will include about 20 routines in the categories of Pom, Military, Kick, Hip Hop, Show and Dance.  

Where: LWHS Gym

When: Saturday, November 8; doors open at 12pm, competition starts at 1pm  

Cost: $7 ($5 with ASB card)  


Concessions and refreshments will be available for sale at the event with all proceeds benefiting the LWHS Dance Team Program.  

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LWHS News & Activities
LW's After Hours is Back!

If your kids would benefit from homework help or simply a supportive study environment, encourage them to come to After Hours. Peer tutors and community volunteers will be available to give individual assistance.


When: Every Tuesday from 2:45-3:45pm  


Where: Room 172


Contact teacher Ellen Flores at for more information.


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NickofTimeNick Of Time Heart Screening
Forms Due Monday, October 27

Every three days, a teenage athlete dies of sudden cardiac arrest. Through a partnership with the Nick of Time Foundation (NoTF), Lake Washington High School is hosting a heart screening to detect abnormalities that could lead to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). The screening will take place between 9am and 3pm on Wednesday, November 5, in the main gym. The screening process includes blood pressure taken by local fire-fighters, a 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG), a private consultation with a doctor, and CPR and AED training. The ECG screening process is separate for each gender. Students will be excused from classes for screening appointments during school hours.


The Seahawks and Huskies team doctor, Jonathan Drezner, MD, is the Medical Director of NoTF. Many doctors who attend are cardiac specialists and/or are affiliated with Seattle Children's Hospital. This is an amazing event that many schools wait years to host, and could even save a child's life.


The screening application forms are available at the LWHS main office and are also available on the NoTF website. Screening application forms and appointment requests (if your child would like a specific time) are due October 27, and can be turned into or emailed to Julie Madsen in the LWHS Career Center. The suggested tax-deductable donation of $25 to cover the screening costs can be paid on the Nick of Time website, by attaching a check to the screening form, or by bringing a check the day of the event. Scholarships are available.


Volunteers are needed to help with the screening and the break room. The list of opportunities is posted on SignUpGenius. Lunch is provided for the volunteers; if you'd like to help with food, the signup for food is also on SignUpGenius.

More information is available
in the flyer, at the NoTF website, or by emailing LW student organizer Bryden Robertson or


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The October issue of the LWHS's free student newspaper, The Pouch, can be downloaded here . The Pouch is printed and distributed the first Monday of each month to students during lunchtime. It is a wholly student-created and student-executed production.

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Showing Kang Pride
LWHS Beautification Day
   Freshly weeded and mulched bed 
The next time you're at LW, take a look at the weed-free beds, new lavender and freshly spread mulch. The grounds are looking great due to the efforts of many who participated in
Beautification Day. 
Thank you to Valerie Yob who organized the help of leadership and fall sports students. With only a couple of bee stings to be had, 134 students helped dig out and rake weeds, remove dead plants, plant new lavenders, and spread 25 yards of mulch. That's a lot of mulch! (Thanks to the PTSA for funding this vital part of the day.) Thanks also to the students - it wouldn't have happened without you!  
Thank you to the parents and staff: Anne Allan, Susie Arnold, Svea Dagel, Steve Davison, Mike Cummings, Andrew Parnell, Karol Pulliam, Ryan Palmer, Christina Thomas, Valerie Yob, and those of you who just showed up and started working.  
Lastly, thanks to PTSA Beautification Co-Chairs Lisa Brown and Karen Tollefson for organizing Beautification Day and lending their Master Gardener expertise. Even the weather cooperated for a hugely successful day.

L to R: Eddie Rojas, Tom Skoczlas, Will Pliska, Jacob Smith and Ryan Lewis weeding on Beautification Day.
Elizabeth Merritt and Olivia Lopez rake weeds in front of LW.

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AP World History Mock Trials

Shi Huangdi Mock Trial


On Monday, September 22, students in the Advanced Placement World History classes completed their first mock trial event, placing China's founding emperor Shi Huangdi on trial. Through research and use of primary source material, students must prove the guilt or innocence of an historical figure in the context of five or six specific charges. Role-playing witnesses or attorneys provides kids a fun and entertaining way to learn about historical figures and the difficulty in determining their legacy. Mr. Dawson and Mrs. Berge thought the kids did a great job. Next on trial: Julius Caesar!


Back Row: Adam Long, Sam Linsky, Corinna Miller, Maya Bhowmik, Megan Lynch, Corynn Kerr-Wilson

Front Row: Kathy Helf, Alice Tran

From left to Right: Nick Ludwig, Molly Odell, Alex Humphres, Brian Leach, Chris Gould, Brian Liao, Connor Macomber





Sean Gordon and Jordan Lucero playing the part of Emperor Shi Huangdi.
Judah Huffman questions witness Yuri Gaviria. Amy Wyrick shares her witness.

















Julius Caesar Mock Trial 


On Monday, October 6, students in the Advanced Placement World History classes completed their second mock trial event, placing Julius Caesar on trial for his actions leading Rome from a Republic to an Empirical system of government. Like the previous trial, Mr. Dawson and Mrs. Berge thought the kids did a great job. Next on trial: Genghis Khan!



From left to right: Jonathan Lincicome, Luke Mathews, Dhruv Raipuria, Madi Miller, Taylor Fleming, Anna Thomas
From left to right: Joey Wishart, Asher De Forest, Breanna Stroble, Zara McGrath, Vanessa Galvan, Alex Lyon, Megan Gertmenian, Isabel Aschbacher

















Attorneys Annie Seeley and Julius Wang offer opening statements.
Olivia Smallman and Alina Nguyen play the part of Cleopatra!














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ASL Club - Students Learn and Practice

American Sign Language is the fastest growing World Language in the Lake Washington School District. Is your child thinking about choosing this as their foreign language? Students can come to a meeting and give it a try; they'll learn to fingerspell "A-B-C," play silent games and learn a few signs. They'll come back for the fun of signing with friends. ASL Club meets Thursdays after school - students should look for the posters for our meeting time and location.


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Counseling Center

SAT and ACT Test Dates

LWHS Code is 480545

SAT (Register at   


Test Date
Registration Deadline
November 8, 2014
October 28, 2014 (late registration)
December 6, 2014
November 6, 2014
January 24, 2015
December 29, 2014



ACT (Register at   


Test Date
Registration Deadline
December 13, 2014
November 7, 2014
February 7, 2015
January 9, 2015


See the registration and test dates for 2015. For more information contact the Counseling Office at 425-936-1702.  

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College & Career Center

Upcoming College Visits to LW
Admission representatives from in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities visit LWHS throughout the school year. Visits are held during school hours in the College & Career Center, Room 180. Students may sign up with Mrs. Madsen for a specific college visit and receive a pass to attend. Review upcoming college visits on the LWHS website.


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WOIS Program for Students' and Parents' Use

WOIS (Washington Occupation Information System) is an Internet-based site that offers comprehensive, accurate, and up-to-date information about occupations; education and training options; student assessments; resume support; and financial aid/scholarships. This system is LWSD-approved and purchased for LWHS students and parents to use with a school site key code. Contact Julie Madsen for this information. 

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Seattle National College Fair

Friday, October 31, 9am-12pm

Saturday, November 1, 2pm-4pm

Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle


Parents and students participating in National College Fairs meet one-on-one with representatives from colleges and universities to discuss admission and financial aid opportunities at their respective institutions.


Register before the fair to make the most of your time onsite and ensure that colleges can follow up with you. Upon arrival at the fair, pick up a map to find your best-fitting colleges. Counselors will be available onsite to help you determine the colleges that meet your requirements regarding major, location, and other areas of interest.


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Information for Seniors and Senior ParentsSeniorInfo

Senior Party - Graduation Night, Friday, June 12
Tickets Discounted until October 31

The senior all-night party is a great LWHS tradition. This year's event will be memorable, safe, affordable, and a lot of fun. It is the last all-senior event for the Class of 2015, and a terrific way to celebrate this important milestone.  


The night of graduation is potentially one of the most dangerous nights for a grad. With the all-night party, no teens are driving tired, and there is no pressure to drink or do drugs. There is charter bus transportation and it is parent chaperoned.

Great food, entertainment, and a variety of exciting activities are planned. There is something for every grad to enjoy at each location! The details are secret to add to the excitement.

Tickets are their lowest now, at $125 each if paid in full and purchased before October 31. They can be purchased on line at To pay by check, use the down-loadable registration form. Prices increase to $140 in November with a two-installment payment plan option. Tickets are non-refundable.
To volunteer, contact Debbie Bensussen. For scholarship information contact Svea Dagel. Parents - check us out on Facebook @ LW Senior Party 2015.

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Finding Scholarships - We Can Help
scholarship money

Scholarships are awarded for academic excellence, community service, athletic or artistic talent, even writing and poetry. Whatever your child's special gifts, there is probably a scholarship to match. Scholarships do not have to be repaid, but you do have to apply for them. Let the College & Career Center help your student begin their search now. Complete the senior scholarship application today! Pick up the application in the College & Career Center, or go to the College & Career Center website for additional information.  

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Washington State PTA News
Sports Safety for Kids - The Gap Between What is Known and What is Being Done   
new survey by the non-profit advocacy group Safe Kids Worldwide finds an alarming gap in what is known about sports safety and what is being done to reduce the risk of injury to young athletes, whether playing scholastic, intramural, recreational, select or club team sports.


Here are some interesting stats from the survey: 

According to the survey of 1,000 young athletes (7th through 10th grade), 1,000 coaches and 1,000 parents:  

  • 42% of players report that they have hidden or downplayed an injury during a game so they could keep playing; 62% say they know someone else who has done so.
  • 53% of coaches say they have felt pressure from a parent or player to put an athlete back in a game if the child has been injured.

According to the new report, most parents (94%) think that their child's coach is very or fairly knowledgeable about preventing injuries, but they might be surprised to learn that fewer than half of all coaches surveyed say they have received certification on how to prevent and recognize sport injuries. Among high school coaches, for example, only 47% said they have received any certification to prevent and recognize concussions; 46% have received training on broken or fractured bones; 38% have received training on an overuse injury.


Read the full article here.

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Lake Washington Schools Foundation
Our Kids, Our Future - It's Up to Us! 
This year, your donations to Lake Washington Schools Foundation are giving students exciting resources such as: IXL online math, 3-D printers, classroom mentors, and anti-bullying training. For 2014-15, you helped us award nearly $230,000 in grants to schools across the district to support academic excellence for ALL students.


Visit our website to see how your school was impacted. Check out this link to see how you can help your school apply for a Foundation grant. To benefit your own student, and because not all schools or families can provide the same learning opportunities, please give to the Foundation during our Fall Campaign and consider donating during your fall workplace giving campaign. 


If you are interested in learning more about the Foundation, or would like to get involved, please contact Executive Director Kristina Williams at or 425-936-1317. Thanks for your support.


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Community News

SAT Prep at LW
The SAT Prep Course provides classroom-based practice testing and instructions in preparation for the SAT test. Areas covered include essay writing, grammar, geometry and algebra. Immediate feedback is provided - students will leave with a marked essay, their score from the practice test and a better understanding of SAT scoring. View the flyer for more information on dates, fees and additional locations, or visit

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Life Sciences Research Weekend
November 7-9, Pacific Science Center
Pacific Science Center is excited to present three days of live demonstrations, interactive exhibits and talks for students, families and citizen scientists interested in learning more about the exciting world of life sciences and the key role research plays in our daily lives.

The eighth annual Life Sciences Research Weekend promises hands-on science and face-to-face time with the nation's top research scientists from companies and research institutions across Washington state. 

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These Community Announcements are provided as a service to the community: Lake Washington School District (LWSD) does not sponsor, endorse or recommend any of the organizations, services, or activities described in these materials.

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The Lake Washington School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, gender, marital status, creed, religion, honorably discharged veteran, military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability, in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.bottomofpage

 Lake Washington High School * Kirkland, WA * PTSA Local Unit 2.8.95