Lake Washington High School PTSA Newsletter
April 22, 2015 | Issue 16    
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Tonight! Parent Night: College for Students with Learning Differences
Wednesday, April 22, 6:30-7:30pm, LW Library

Tomorrow! Pick Up AP Exam Packets
Thursday, April 23, lunchtime in Commons

Tomorrow! Cap and Gown Delivery
Thursday, April 23, lunchtime in Commons

Tickets on Sale for the Kang Cabaret
Today through April 30, see article below

LW Football Mattress Fundraiser
Saturday, April 25, 10am-5pm, LWHS

Smarter Balance Testing
Monday, April 27-Tuesday, April 28, & 
Thursday, April 30-Friday, May 1, 8 -11am. 
Classes for students not being tested begin at 11:35am, except Wednesday.

Trivia Night
Tuesday, April 28, 7-8pm, Commons

LW Schools Foundation Annual Luncheon
Wednesday, April 29, 11am, Juanita High School

Boys' Soccer Tres Hermanos Fundraiser
Thursday, April 30, Tres Hermanos

Deadline to Sign Up for Senior Party
Friday, May 1, see article below

Senior Party Bus Sign-Up
Friday, May 1, lunchtime in Commons

AP Exams
Monday, May 4 - Friday, May 15
Morning exams - 7am; Afternoon exams - 11:30am

Coffee with Christina
Wednesday, May 6, 9-10am, College & Career Center

Kang Cabaret
Friday, May 8, 6-10pm, LW Theater & Commons

Parent Resource Fair
Friday, May 8, 6-8pm, Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center

LW Beautification Day
Saturday, May 9, 9am-noon, LWHS

PTSA Award Nominations Due
Friday, May 15

From the Principal
According to one teacher, we only have eight Mondays left in the school year. Time is flying by. In case you haven't heard, Lake Washington High School was awarded another Washington Achievement Award in Reading. This is our fourth straight award! These awards are very prestigious and are recognition for the ongoing work we are doing in regard to student achievement. I will be participating in the awards ceremony on April 28.

Smarter Balance testing will begin on April 27. All juniors will test in math on April 27 and 28. All sophomores and juniors will test in English Language Arts on April 30 and May 1. Our schedule will be adjusted to accommodate testing - classes for all students not being tested will begin at 11:35am on test days. Wednesday, April 29 is a non-testing day and we will be on a regular Wednesday schedule. Any seniors who have not passed all their level 5 requirements will be required to attend during the testing time to complete these. The testing schedule is on our website. For federal accountability, we must test 95% of all juniors. Students who miss the test will be pulled from class the following week to complete it. Juniors who pass at a high level will be automatically eligible for college credit classes. This means these students will not have to take placement tests for college.


A new math class and English class will be offered in the fall. The classes are called Bridges to College. The courses are for students who have not yet passed assessments at the college-entry level. This will enable students to enter college without taking remedial courses. We will be identifying students later this spring.


As we enter our fourth quarter, it is important to continually check student grades. Students who lose credit should enroll in summer school. Summer school applications will be available in early June. Senioritis is beginning to rear its head. Please continue to work with your seniors to finish the year strong. 


As always, if you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me.


Christina Thomas, Principal

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Help Restore the LW Sign on Beautification Day

Saturday, May 9 from 9am-noon

Remember when you could see the LW on the hillside?

Bring your gloves and garden tools, it's time for another LW Beautification Day. On the morning of Saturday, May 9, all students, staff and parents are encouraged to come out and help clean up the school grounds to make LW as beautiful as it can be. We'll be pruning and spreading mulch provided by the district. Be sure to bring gloves, hand pruners, heavy rakes and shovels - we'll mark all tools to make sure they are returned.


Our big project this Beautification Day is to rejuvenate the "LW" letters on the hill at the entrance of the school. We are working with the district to finalize the details, but we will need lots of help to accomplish this highly visible task.


Come join us! For more information contact


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Great Discounts for PTSA Members

Are you going to Silverwood Theme Park, Wild Waves, or Great Wolf Lodge this summer? How about a Rainiers game? PTA members have discounts available to them for all of these fun activities. PTA members also have access to discounts with Hertz, Fed-Ex, Met Life Insurance and many more businesses. It's never too late to join PTA - just visit the LW PTSA website!


Wild Waves Theme Park - Get tickets at a substantial savings off regular admission prices. This online discount also allows you to print your tickets so you can avoid waiting in line to buy tickets at the park. To access your special tickets, log into the Wild Waves site with the username WSPTA, and password summer2015. The discount is valid for visits on May 23 - June 30.


Silverwood Theme Park - Purchase Silverwood Theme Park tickets online at a 15% discount. Click on the 'Buy Tickets Now' graphic in the upper right corner of the page, then type in the promo code WASHPTA15. See the flyer for details. 


Great Wolf Lodge - You can save up to 20% on best available rates with this exclusive Washington State PTA offer when you book your stay at the Great Wolf Lodge now through December 31. Use corporate code WSPTA984A. When you check-in, you will need to show your PTA ID card. See the flyer for details.

baseball-glove.jpg Tacoma Rainiers - Discounted tickets are available for a great weekend of baseball on June 27 and 28 with the Tacoma Rainiers, the Triple A team that prepares players for the Seattle Mariners! Purchase Rainiers tickets for June 27 & 28. The link will be open until 11am on June 28. Use promo code WAPTA.


Big 5 Sporting Goods - Receive 25% off life jackets with a coupon for PTA membersCoupons can be used at Big 5 Sporting Goods through September 30 in Washington and North Idaho. 


If you are looking for your PTA membership card, it should have been emailed to you after you purchased your membership. If you think it might still be in your email inbox, do a search on "PTA Membership Card" and it should show up. If you are having trouble, contact Liz Hedreen at


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Nominate a Deserving Volunteer and Outstanding Educator for PTSA Awards

Nominations Due Friday, May 15

LW students, parents, and staff - do you know of an exceptional volunteer? Someone that goes beyond what's expected and is making a major difference for our students and our school? Now is the time to nominate them for a PTSA Golden Acorn Award!  

Do you know of an outstanding teacher or staff member who goes beyond what's expected to make the LW learning environment fun, beneficial, and challenging? Someone who brings enthusiasm and diversity to the classroom and is a leader who directly influences the success of their students? Nominate them for the PTSA Golden Kang/Outstanding Educator Award! 


You can turn in the Golden Acorn nomination form and the Golden Kang/Outstanding Educator nomination form to Mili Nelson in the Main Office, or email it to Feel free to nominate more than one volunteer and staff member for these awards - use multiple forms if needed. Deadline for nominations is Friday, May 15. The Golden Acorn and Golden Kang/Outstanding Educator Awards will be presented at the Volunteer Tea in June.


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Help Us Welcome Incoming LW Parents

Join Us for Coffee with Christina

Parents of incoming LWHS students are invited to our casual drop-in coffee with Principal Christina Thomas and current LW parents on Wednesday, May 6 from 9-10am in the College & Career Center. They will have a chance to see what the school looks like during the day, ask the principal questions, meet other incoming parents, and talk to current LW parents. Plus we'll all enjoy a cup of coffee and a tasty baked treat! 


If you have any questions, contact LWHS PTSA Co-President Liz Hedreen at Everyone is welcome. Hope to see you there!


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Get Involved!
Open PTSA Chair Positions for 2015-16
Do you want to get more involved at school? Volunteering is a great way to get to know other parents and school staff, and a way to help make LW a great school. The following positions are open for 2015-2016:


Staff Appreciation chair - Organizes staff appreciation events throughout the year. There is money in the budget, and volunteers available. Grab a friend and see what creative things you can come up with to help show our staff how much we appreciate them! Contact Nicole Camp, Co-VP of Programs, for more information.


Fear-Free Practice SAT/ACT Exam chair - Works with Princeton Review to provide two practice SATs and two practice ACTs to students in the fall and late winter. We set the program up this year, and it is very straightforward to run. For more information, contact Liz Hedreen, Co-President, for more information.


Parent Education chair - Works with Co-Presidents Liz Hedreen and Anne Ryan to organize 4-5 parent education sessions throughout the year. This year we found that college preparation was a very popular topic with parents. For more information contact Anne Ryan.


Special Needs Liaison - Serves as a liaison between the special needs community and the LWHS PTSA. It is usually a small role, but someone with an interest could make it more meaningful. Contact Co-VP of Communications Karen Peters for more information.


College Applications Workshops chair - Organizes after school workshops to help students understand and complete the college application process. This is a new program we will be starting in the fall. Contact Co-President Liz Hedreen for more information.


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Parent Resource Fair

The Lake Washington PTA Council will present the Parent Resource Fair on Friday, May 8, 6-8 pm at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center, 16600 NE 80th St. in Redmond.


Learn about community organizations that provide summer camps and activities, counseling services, health clinic information and more. There will be free parent education sessions, with LWSD Superintendent Dr. Traci Pierce, as the featured speaker. LWSD staff will be on hand to answer questions. Kirkland, Redmond and Sammamish Parks & Recreation will also be in attendance with information about their programs. Contact with questions.


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Kang Achievements


DECA Student Wins at State, Headed to Internationals

DECA student Arman Talkar took fourth place in the Human Resource Management Series at the State Career Development Conference, where he competed with 3600 other students. Arman qualified to move on to the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Orlando at the end of April. There will be over 17,000 students competing at this level from seven different countries. Good luck at Internationals!


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Dance Team Wins Double at State

The LW Dance and Drill team won two Class 3A State Drill and Dance Championships on March 27 during the state competition at the Yakima Sun Dome.


The Kangs took first place in the Pom competition with a score of 270.8. LW beat out second place Capital with a score of 264.6. This is the second year in a row the team has won first in Pom. The Kangs also took home the state title in the Military competition with a score of 273, edging Capital once again but this time by just 2.5 points. The Kangs finished third in Military last year.


The state titles come in coach Lindsey Ryan's tenth year with the team. Congratulations to the team and coaches!


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Semifinalist in State "Letters about Literature" 

Freshman Arya Sheikh is a semifinalist in Washington State's "Letters about Literature" contest. The "Letters about Literature" contest is sponsored by the Secretary of State, and encourages readers in grades 4-12 to read a book and write a letter to the author about how the book changed their view of the world or themselves. 


Sheikh read Boy21 and then wrote a letter to its author, Matthew Quick. In his letter, Sheikh pointed out how the struggles described in the book made him grateful for his own family, and how it encouraged him to persevere to achieve the goals he wanted. Well done, Arya!


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LW Math Team Places in Competition
Congratulations to the LW Math team for their great efforts at the Mu Alpha Theta math competition in March. The team took third place in Math Jeopardy, fourth place in Probability, and tenth place in Speed Math. Go Kangs!

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Kang Sports






Eat Lunch or Dinner to Support LW Boys' Soccer

Thursday, April 30 at Tres Hermanos

Here's the perfect excuse to eat out for lunch or dinner: 30% of your bill will be donated to the LW Boys' Soccer team when you dine at Tres Hermanos on Thursday, April 30 from 11am - 10pm! Just present this flyer to your waitress. 


If you're too busy to dine in, drop by for convenient takeout. You can even call Tres Hermanos at (425) 827-4422 to place an order for easy pick up. Don't forget your flyer! And feel free to pass the flyer along to family, friends and co-workers - everyone is welcome. Thank you for supporting the Kangs! 


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LW Football Family, Friends and Fans
Fundraiser Saturday, April 25, 10am-5pm, LWHS

The LWHS Football Booster Club is hosting a one-of-a-kind fundraiser that's been very successful across the nation over the past nine years, helping groups like ours raise thousands of dollars in a single day (Woodinville raised $8,200 and Kentwood raised over $15,000). This event will take place Saturday, April 25, 10am-5pm at LWHS. See the flyer here


If you have a mattress in your home that you'd consider replacing, this is the time to buy! Great savings, up to 60% off! Twenty-five new, top quality, name brand mattresses (like Simmons) will be on display - order yours in the size that you need and get it delivered to your home in a week or two. 


Our primary job in this fundraiser is to get the word out about this sale, so please share this information with everyone that you know. The more mattresses we sell, the more money we'll make! If you're on Facebook, go to the event link; "Join", "Share" on your page, and "Invite" all your Friends! Print out the flyer hereLWHS Football thanks you in advance for your support.

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LWHS News & Activities

LW Wins Another Washington Achievement Award!
Lake Washington High School has been awarded a 2014 Washington Achievement award! This is the fourth year in a row that LW has been honored. This year's award was recognition for being a top performer in the category of reading growth. 

Schools are selected for awards based on their statewide assessment data for the three previous years. More schools in Lake Washington School District earned awards than any other district, including the five districts that serve more pupils than LWSD. "As a fast-growing school district, we are committed to maintaining our high academic standards," said Dr. Traci Pierce, superintendent. "While we are adding hundreds of students to our district each year, our teachers are working hard to make sure that every student who comes to us is learning. These recognitions show that we continue to have strong academic success."

Congratulations to LW's principal, staff and students for a job well done!
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View the LW Lip Dub
All of LW participated to create the first LW Lip Dub, set to Macklemore's "Can't Hold Us." This was done in place of the spring sports assembly. See if you can spot your student in the LW Lip Dub.

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cabaretSee a Show and Support LW Drama
Tickets on Sale Now for Kang Cabaret

Tickets are now on sale for the Kang Cabaret which will be held on Friday, May 8 from 6-10pm in the Commons and Theatre. This wonderful evening of appetizers and dinner, silent auction, and entertainment from our talented LW Drama students is sure to be an event you don't want to miss. Tickets are $25 per person. Invite your family and friends! (Students who are performing or helping that evening do not need a ticket.) For questions, email Anne Anderson
For tickets, send a check, made out to LWHS Drama Boosters, to 6619 132nd Ave NE, Post Mail Box 185, Kirkland, WA 98033-8627 by April 30.


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LW Cheer and Dance Team Tryouts
Tryouts for both LW Cheer and LW Dance & Drill team are coming up soon. Both groups have already held their mandatory parent meetings. If you missed them, contact the coaches by looking under "sports" for Cheer and "activities" for Dance on the LW website.

Cheer tryouts will be held April 27-May 1; Dance & Drill team tryouts will be held May 4-7, with final auditions on May 8.
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Mom, Where's My Hoodie? 
Has your student lost a leather jacket, or a favorite hoodie, or maybe a watch or iPod? There are lots of items in the Main Office lost and found AND in the PE locker room, so ask your student to check it out or ask Mili Nelson in the Main Office for help! 
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Attend Luncheon to Support LWSF
LW Programs Supported by Grants
Lake Washington Schools Foundation is hosting its annual Luncheon to benefit students and teachers in LWSD on Wednesday, April 29, 11am at Juanita High School. LW has received grants from the Foundation for its After Hours program, New Teacher Support Program, STEM Signature Program in Engineering, and Robotics team. Sign up to attend and learn how the Foundation invests in Lake Washington students and teachers. For more information, see the article below or
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Ataturk on Trial

Mustafa Kemal, otherwise known as Ataturk, was found guilty of all charges except for the westernization of Turkey! He was put on trial by the AP World History students in Mrs. Berge's and Mr. Dawson's classes.


Alina Nguyen, Lizzie Bensussen, Alexis Mirza and Tiffany Lin.

Max Laycock, Alex Sundene, Aria Tabatabai and Julius Wang.


Anna Bailey, Jasmyne Wilde, Sandra Lin and Judah Huffman.




Rachael Harmon, Olivia Nguyen, Molly McLeod and Sean Singh.



Sam Linsky, Jonathan Chau, Nate Lewis, Alex Lundin, Taylor Fleming, Jacob Lallas and Adam Long.



Kaden Leavitt, Annika Cable, Emma Wehrman, Anna Williamson, Brendan Ball, Sean Nooney, Niklas Becker-Brown and Kyle Guisness.




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Trivia Night
Tuesday, April 28, 7-8pm, Commons 
The senior class is holding a Trivia Night in the Commons. This class of 2015 fundraiser will be a battle of wits and trivial knowledge as teams of up to five will be competing for amazing prizes! Teams will be made up of up to five people (teams may include a maximum of one teacher and one parent). Each contestant will pay $5 per entry for the fundraiser. So, with a team of five, that would be $25 for that entire team. Prizes will include a signed box set of John Green hardcovers, hand screen printed posters ready for framing, and many others! Join us for a fun night of trivia and help support the senior class! Tell your student to watch for sign-up announcements to register their team!

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Counseling Center

Tonight! Parent Night: College for Students with Learning Differences
Wednesday, April 22, 6:30-7:30pm, LW Library

If your student would like to attend college and currently has a 504 or Individualized Education Plan, please come to our information night on Wednesday, April 22 at 6:30pm in the library, as we present College for Students with Learning Differences. Topics to be covered include the process of applying to college, the differences between K-12 and higher education disability laws and accommodations, the typical higher education process for getting registered for accommodations, and what testing and documentation is needed for higher education. Your student is welcome to attend too!

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Tomorrow! Pick Up AP Packets
Get Your Student Ready for AP Exams

All students taking AP Exams will pick up their AP packets on Thursday, April 23 during their lunch. The packet includes their bar-coded number labels (which they will need for their exams) and a letter that lists all the exams they are taking and their assigned testing locations.


AP Exams run from Monday, May 4 through Friday, May 15. In the Bulletin for Students and Parents (part of their registration packet), there is a list of "What to Bring" and "What Not to Bring" to the exams. Students should read this carefully. The night before their exam, students need to organize their materials: Pencils, pens, erasers, calculator with extra batteries, the AP packet and photo ID. Please remind your student to leave the cell phone and backpack in the car. Students are reminded that they are not allowed to wear blankets, snuggies, bathrobes, or hoodies to the exam. Students need to be at their assigned testing location at 7am for morning exams and 11:30am for afternoon exams.


Reading the AP bulletin, being prepared with materials, eating breakfast, and leaving early to allow plenty of time to travel and park, can all make a stressful situation a little less stressful. Good luck to each of these ambitious students!


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Second Semester Progress

Students and parents will receive third quarter report cards this week (the week of April 20). Finals will be here before students know it. If students are not doing well, they need to meet with their teacher to see how they can improve. They should take advantage of Tutorial (every Tuesday) and/or After Hours (free tutoring every Tuesday at 2:45-3:45pm in room 172). Students can also form informal study groups to review lecture notes or prepare for tests. Counselors have a list of tutors if students are really behind or confused. 


For freshmen, sophomores and juniors, this may be a good opportunity to assess progress and perhaps consider taking a summer school course to make up deficiencies; we should have summer school booklets in the Counseling Center by the end of April. Seniors need to make one solid push to the end; if required classes are not passed and all Advanced Literacies are not met, seniors will not be allowed to participate in the walk through graduation ceremony.


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Next Year's Schedules

If students are having second thoughts about their course selections that they made earlier this spring, they need to stop by the Counseling Center. We would like all schedule requests to be final by Friday, June 12. Schedules will be available in the fall. Students are reminded that it is extremely difficult to change their classes once they are set by periods and teachers.


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SAT and ACT Test Dates
LWHS Code: 480545
SAT (register at
Test DateRegistration Deadline
June 6
May 8

ACT (register at
Test Date
Registration Deadline
June 13
May 8
If you have any questions, contact the counseling office.
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Information for Seniors & Senior ParentsSeniorInfo


SeniorPartyLast Chance to Sign Up for the Senior Party!

The last day to sign up for the senior party is next Friday, May 1!  Don't wait any longer. This is one party your soon to be grad does not want to miss. Transportation, activities, entertainment, food at the Kang-only destinations, and all night fun are all included! Go to and click on the graduation cap in the left sidebar to sign up and pay online, or use a registration form and pay by check.


More Scholarships are Available

We just received additional scholarship money! Fill out the scholarship form and send it in ASAP to apply for a partial scholarship for the Senior Party.


Turn in the Forms to Get Your Grad on the Bus!

Is your senior already registered for the party but not signed up for the bus? Have your student turn in the permission form at the table in the Commons during lunch on Friday, May 1. Per the venue requirements, a parent/guardian and the student must sign the form regardless of whether the senior is 18 or under, now or at the time of graduation.This is also the time to turn in the food allergy form, if applicable.


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Senior Party Donations Welcome

It's the last call for donations for the Senior Party. Gift cards or movie tickets to give away as prizes for the activities and games are welcome. Or you can donate water bottles or grocery gift cards for bus snacks. The less we have to spend on these items, the more money is available to spend on fun activities for the kids! Please contact Debbie Bensussen to make a donation.


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Countdown to Graduation
Find all the information you need for graduation on the LW website. You'll find the countdown calendar, ceremony details, ticket information, final transcript request form and more.

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Celebrate at Senior Salute
Thursday, June 11, 7-9pm LWHS Theater

LW's seniors, in full cap and gown, will enjoy a pre-graduation celebration on Thursday evening, June 11, at the Senior Salute. Festivities begin at 7pm in the Theater. Following the program, graduates and their families will enjoy a reception in the Commons. This event is free. Stay tuned for ticket information.


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Lake Washington Schools Foundation

LWSFSupport the Foundation that Supports LWSD!
10th Anniversary Luncheon
Help us celebrate 10 years of investing in kids at our Legacy for Learning Luncheon! Please join us Wednesday, April 29 at Juanita High School to be inspired by students and teachers and to learn how you can be a part of their success. Visit for luncheon information and to register today! Indicate that you would like to sit at the LWHS table.

While at the luncheon you can view the showcase of Foundation-funded programs, a colorful display of all the amazing work happening in our district, by and for our kids. And you will not want to miss the Mission on Parade, featuring our very own K-12 students sharing about their schools!

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Community News

Host an Italian Student

Your Child will be Invited to Italy! 

Read Testimonials by Benny & LW Host Family in the April 1 Issue of the Kang Crier!
Exchange student, Benedetta with LW student and host, Maret.

Exchange student Benny's fall semester at LWHS was amazing! She is now back in Italy fondly remembering her schoolmates, teachers, and especially her host family who will visit her in Italy this July! Please consider giving the same opportunity to one of our Italian students, and experiencing the cross-cultural experience with Ergon Student Exchange. The Helgeson family are happy to share their hosting experience with you if you would like more information.


We are looking for families to host a 16- to 17-year-old Italian student for a semester or school year. Ergon Student Exchange ensures a true cross-cultural opportunity that will provide a transformative experience for both the host family and the student. The Italian families offer your son or daughter direct exposure to Italian culture through an all-expenses paid summer vacation in Italy, and Ergon sponsors the flight! We specialize in a rigorous selection process ensuring that students are academically strong, responsible, and proficient in English; we devote great care to matching students with host families. Students are fully insured and arrive with pocket money for all expenses, including recreation activities and vacations. 


To learn more, please email our Seattle coordinator Denise Trogdon at and visit our website at  

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SAT Prep at LW
The SAT Prep Course provides classroom-based practice testing and instructions in preparation for the SAT test. View the flyer for more information on dates, fees and additional locations, or visit
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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

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