Lake Washington High School PTSA Newsletter 
            
 
         March 2, 2016 | Issue 13
    
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~ Upcoming Events ~
 
TODAY! Mini-Seminar: Great Schools for B Students
Wednesday, March 2, 12:40pm, Library

TONIGHT! Parent Night Presentation: Incoming Freshman Parent/Student Night
Wednesday, March 2, 6:30-8:30pm, Theater & Commons

Spring Sports Parent Meeting
Monday, March 7, 7pm, Gym

LEAP Day - No School
Friday, March 11

Kang Cabaret
Friday, March 11, 7pm, Theater

AP Exam Registration
Monday, March 14 - Friday, March 18

LWSD Special Needs Group Meeting
Tuesday, March 15, 7-8:30pm, LWSD Resource Center

Parent Night Presentation: The College Athletic Recruiting Process 
Wednesday, March 16, 6:30-8pm, Theater

LWPTSA Council Brown Bag Lunch - District Update
Thursday, March 17, 12-1pm, LWSD Resource Center

TOLO Dance
Saturday, March 19, 9-11pm, Commons

LWHS Cheer Tryouts
March 21-25

Parent Night Presentation: Selecting a College
Wednesday, March 23, 6:30pm, Theater

PTSA General Meeting with Parent Ed: Best Summer Plans for High School Students
Wednesday, March 30, 7-8:30pm, Library

 
 

From Your PTSA Co-Presidents
Spring is right around the corner...and the PTSA is pleased to announce its spring grants. These grants are made possible from donations to the Pass the Pouch fundraiser.

ASB Club Grants
American Sign Language Club - $225 for materials to make sign language items to sell during their "Silent Coffee Chat" fundraiser, and ASL games for the club.

Total ASB Grants: $225

Teacher Grants
Transition Classroom - $109.95 for RAZ Kids online reading program.  

Transition Classroom - $150 for materials for a sewing project (pillows).

Culinary Arts -  $254 for supplies to support the Culinary Arts kitchen.


LWHS Prevention Group - $200 to purchase a video, posters, and brochures to support a school-wide assembly in May. The assembly will include a mock DUI simulation in cooperation with the city of Kirkland.

American Sign Language - $287 for two sets of updated   DVDs for classroom and library use. 

Total Teacher Grants: $1,000

Ad-Hoc Grants
Ceramics - $500 to support extra costs associated with purchasing the new kiln.

Total Ad-Hoc Grants: $500

Grand total - ASB, Teacher, and Ad-Hoc Grants:  $1,725

Our next PTSA General Membership meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 30 at 7pm in the library. The Parent Ed speaker will be Julie Madsen from our very own College & Career Center, speaking to us about how your teen can make the most of their summer. Hope to see you there!

Go Kangs!

PTSA Co-Presidents

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PTSA News

LWSD Bond Measure
Your Participation is Crucial in Getting the YES Vote!
Last month the LWHS PTSA General Membership voted to support and endorse the Lake Washington School District Bond Measure going up for a vote on Tuesday, April 26. Thank you to all of you who attended and made this happen! Your voice counts. Every voice counts. Even if you are not eligible to vote, your voice and your support count now more than ever to help us pass this bond and address the district's most urgent needs concerning overcrowding and aging facilities.
 
How Can You Help?   
  • Visit the Lake Washington Citizens Levy Committee website at Vote4lwsdkids.org where you can personally endorse the bond, print your own car signs, change your Facebook profile picture, and find out more about how you can help make sure this bond passes!
  • Every vote counts! If you are not a registered voter, register to vote now! The deadline to register to vote is Monday, March 28. 
  • Vote YES for the LWSD Bond on or before Tuesday, April 26.
Make your voice count! Contact Advocacy Chair Melissa Jackson for more information.

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SrParty
Beat the Price Increase and Be Ready for Upcoming Bus Sign-Ups
Get Your Senior Party Tickets Today!
The Senior Party is a fun, safe and secure celebration for our seniors on the night of graduation. Get your senior a ticket now, before the price goes up! Tickets cost $155 until the end of March - purchase them online on the PTSA website or pay by check (print the registration form and return it to the Main Office). Tickets include transportation, food, activities and entertainment all night long. Ticket prices will increase to $165 on Friday, April 1. 
  
In March, students who have purchased a ticket and filled out the required paperwork will be able to sign up for their bus assignment. Purchase your senior's ticket today so they are ready to sign up to get on the same bus as their friends. Watch the Kang Crier for details on Senior Party bus sign-ups.

Senior Parent Volunteers Needed to Help with Party
We're looking for volunteers to help chaperone on the night of the party (15 volunteers), or help organize and get party attendees on buses before the fun starts (10 volunteers). We need one of the chaperones to be a registered nurse, so please let us know if you're willing to help out. 

Some of you have already volunteered - thank you! We'll be sending out more information about volunteering the night of the party in April. 

Please email joanlouise@outlook.com if you're able to volunteer either as a chaperone or before the party, or if you have any questions about tickets or bus sign-ups.

We appreciate your help! 
Class of 2016 Senior Party Committee

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College Prep Mini-Seminars Continue
The first two mini-seminars of the PTSA's College Application Workshop have been a big success! We're starting the talks right on time and keeping them short, about half an hour, to accommodate our busy students. Kids come in after school, grab some free pizza and listen to short talks that will help them navigate the complicated college selection process.

The mini-seminars are on Wednesdays after school at 12:40pm in the College & Career Center or Library. Designed for sophomores and juniors, the talks are open to all students. Encourage your student to attend the talks that are a fit for them!
 
TODAY! Great Schools for B Students
Wednesday, March 2
If you ask high school students to name as many colleges as they can, they often stop around 30... and those schools tend to be local, known for athletics, or one of the highly selective schools that get a lot of press but accept fewer than 10% of applicants. We'll focus on the hundreds of great schools around the nation that welcome students with B averages plus their various talents, experiences, interests and work ethic!

20 Ways to Choose Your College - Wednesday, March 9 
The good news is that there are 3,854 college options in the US. The bad news is that there are 3,854 college options in the US. How does your student make sense of all these choices, and find the schools that will be right for them? Have your student join us to learn about the pros and cons of large and small schools; urban, suburban, and rural campuses; living on-campus or off; close-by or faraway. There are no right or wrong answers, just many things to consider. 

Future Engineering, Business & Computer Science Majors - Wednesday, March 16
Is your student interested in engineering, business and/or computer science? We have just the presentation for them! Katie O'Brien from Seattle University will join us to talk about these majors in general and the Seattle U programs in particular. They will learn about admission and expectations for each program, courses they might be taking, internship and undergraduate research availability, as well as job opportunities in these fields. Have your student bring their questions!

View the full list of mini-seminar topics. Questions? Contact Judy Shedd for more information. All grades are welcome. Sponsored by the LWHS PTSA.
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Get Involved - Serve on the PTSA Board
Hey, Kang Families! Our nominating committee is working to fill the elected board positions for the 2016-17 school year. Thank you to some of our current board members who have agreed to be
re-nominated for the coming year, we couldn't make this great PTSA work without you! 


We have lots of opportunities for experienced and new board members to join the board and make a difference in our kids' lives. See more information about our open positions to see what might be a good fit for you!

The elected positions of our board include the President, Secretary, Treasurer and three Vice-President positions. All of these positions can be shared by two people, ideally an experienced, returning officer and a person new to the board who would learn from their partnership.

We encourage you to contact Martha Rames, Hae Sue Park, or Mindy Lincicome, if you are interested in joining the board or if you have any questions.

 PTSA Nominating Committee
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PTSA General Membership Meeting/Parent Ed:
Best Summer Plans for High School Students
GMMJoin us on Wednesday, March 30, 7-8:30pm in the Library for a brief business meeting before our parent ed presentation. Principal Christina Thomas will speak about the upcoming bond and how it affects LWHS. The slate of nominees for next year's PTSA board of directors will be presented and elections for those offices will be held. The parent ed presentation will begin at 7:30pm.

Another school year almost over? Summer might seem like time for kicking back and unwinding, but it's actually a great opportunity for students to stay active and try out things they're interested in. They can start building a resume to impress future employers or admissions staff at their selected colleges. Summer plans can be more than simply getting a job. There are a number of options that help students gain valuable experience; paid or volunteer jobs, internships, and other activities. Come and hear Julie Madsen, LWHS Career Specialist, as she shares her ideas and resources. Parents and students welcome!

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School Beautification Volunteers Appreciated

School Beautification Day is organized twice a year by our fabulous and much appreciated volunteers, Karen Tollefsen and Lisa Brown. Thanks to their invisible effort, the big LW sign on the hillside is clean and weed-free. Your time and effort is much appreciated!
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LWHS PTSA Membership Wins State Award
Thank You to All Who Have Joined
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Exciting news...the Lake Washington High School PTSA is the winner of the Platinum Membership Award! The criteria for this award, which is sponsored by the Washington State PTA, is a membership increase of 20% or more. We have increased our membership by 31% over last year, 101 members. Thank you so much to the parents, staff and community members who joined. A strong PTSA membership allows us the resources (both financial and human) to run many types of enrichment and grant programs for our students and staff. In addition, combined with the other PTA members statewide, it makes our organization the most powerful lobbying organization on behalf of children and education in Washington. So, we thank you again for joining with us to support our students, staff and school this year.
 
And of course, it's never too late to join. Go to our website and join online or pick up a form in the Main Office office and pay by check.

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LWSD Special Needs Meeting
Helping with Your Child's Feelings
PsyD, LMHCA and Rebecca Kinnestrand. This talk will help you identify and understand emotions and anxiety in your child, and provide strategies for dealing with them for both parents and children. Read more about the presentation.
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Sheeley Scholarship Applications Due Soon!
Four $1,000 Scholarships Available to LWHS Seniors
Read the article about the LWHS PTSA Sheeley Scholarship in the Info for Seniors & Senior Parents section below.
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Kang Achievements

Kang Named Candidate for US Presidential Scholar
Arman Talkar is one of seven students from LWSD selected as candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. These students will now complete applications for the chance to become Presidential Scholars. Each year, up to 141 students nationally are named as Presidential Scholars, one of the nation's highest honors for high school students. The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964 by executive order of the President, to recognize and honor some of our nation's most distinguished graduating high school seniors. Congratulations and good luck, Arman!
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LW Artists Win at Regional Show
Congratulations to Kang artists Ploy Hemrathiran and Amanda Kartes; both artists have received the Outstanding Achievement award for their submissions to the Puget Sound ESD Regional High School Art Show. Thanks for making us proud!

 

The Cycle of Life by Ploy Hemrathiran

Into the Forest by Amanda Kartes

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LWHS Teams Win Orienteering Championship
The Girls Varsity Orienteering team came in first for the season and won the Orienteering Championship meet at Green River Community College! It was a great team effort by Kaitlyn Gibson, April Hopcroft, Jane Wilson and Megan Wong. The Boys JV team also came in first for the season and won the Orienteering Championship meet! Team members are Isaac Forsman, Lars Godo, Oliver Hopcroft, Tom Sturgeon and Carlin Wong. In addition, Oliver came in 1st for the season and Tom finished 3rd. And to top it off, Oliver and Tom finished 1st and 2nd at the Orienteering Championship meet out of 61 competitors! Well done, Kangs! 

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Kang Sports

Swim Team Places at State
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Congratulations to the members of the swim team who recently competed at the 2A/3A State Swim and Dive Championships. Nick Reeves tied for 5th in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 21.79 seconds. He also placed 5th in the 100 freestyle with a time of 45.56. The 200 freestyle relay team, consisting of Reeves, Teddy Crane, Carlin Wong and Keane Suen, finished fourth with a time of 1:40.20. Way to go, Kangs!
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Gymnasts Compete at State
Lake Washington High School's 2A/3A KingCo champion gymnastics team sent five competitors to compete at state. Joeli Pence tied for 18th on floor, scoring 9.225. She also placed 29th on vault and competed on bars. Nadia Popovic tied for 24th on floor with a score of 9.125. She also competed on vault and bars. Rounding out the LWHS contingent were Brittany Blaskovich, Brittany McCormick and Megan Phillips. Congratulations on a successful season!
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LWHS News & Activities

Tonight! Incoming Freshman Parent/Student Night
Welcome, Parents & Students of the LWHS Class of 2020! 

The Counseling Center will be hosting a Parent Night presentation tonight, Wednesday, March 2, from 6:30-8pm for our incoming freshman class for the 2016-2017 school year. This presentation is best suited for class of 2020 parents. Parents will hear the presentation in the theater while incoming freshmen attend a club/athletics/elective fair in the Commons. 

The PowerPoint used in the presentation will be available in the counseling section on the LWHS website, and on the Counseling Haiku page the day after the presentation date. We hope you will be able to join us; please visit the Counseling Haiku page or the LWHS webpage for upcoming parent presentations, events, and information! Welcome to Lake Washington High School!!!

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Mr. Dawson Goes to Washington... Olympia, WA
Mr. Dawson's AP Government classes have been involved with the Capitol Classroom project through TVW (Washington state's public affairs network. This project sets up the class with a lobbyist who works in Olympia. We video chat with our lobbyist five times between January and March where we have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss the political process. As a part of this project, both classes wrote bills to get introduced into the Washington State Legislature. With the help of lobbyist Michael Moran, my 3rd period class was able to get two bills introduced into the House of Representatives. HB 2962 would have made the State offer every junior and senior in public high school the opportunity to take the SAT or ACT for free. HB 2963 would have given every public high school student a $500 voucher to be used towards college application fees and tests (ACT, SAT, AP, IB etc.).

On February 18, our bills went before the House Education Committee and my students had the opportunity to go to Olympia to testify before the representatives in support of the bills and answer questions from the representatives about the merits of each bill. Afterwards, students had the chance to register to vote and then were able to meet both Rep. Joan McBride and Rep. Patty Kuderer. It ended up being a fabulous day and a great experience for the students involved. I cannot be more proud of the work these seniors did and their performance during the testimony. 

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See more photos from Olympia and watch the committee meeting starting at minute 35. 
 
Colby Harris, Benito Crescenzi, and Alex Westlund register to vote in Olympia. 

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College Athletic Recruitment Process Info Night
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The athletic and counseling departments are joining forces to educate parents and students about the college athletic recruiting process. Please mark your calendars now for Wednesday, March 16 from 6:30-8pm in the Theater. A comprehensive guide to the college athletic recruitment process will be presented. If your student hopes to continue playing their sport in college, regardless of the level/division they want to play, this evening will provide important information for parents and students in grades 9-12. 

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Spring Break Attendance Reminder
Don't Forget the Pre-Arranged Absence Form
Please remember that if you are planning a trip during spring break and know that your student will be out for three or more days, a pre-arranged absence form needs to be filled out in advance in order for the absences to be excused. These forms are also available in the Attendance Office.

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Spring Break 2017 Trip to Europe
Photo from one of the sites that will be visited, the Scottish Dark Sky Observatory.

It's not too late for your student (or you!) to join Mr. Palmer on his science-focused trip to the United Kingdom during spring break 2017. We'll visit Stonehenge, London Science Museum, Dark Sky Site with Telescope/Observatory, and many more sites on this great learning experience. All breakfasts and dinners included in the trip cost! 
Sign up today to guarantee your spot! 

More information is available on the trip website, including online registration. Email any questions to palmersciencetravel@gmail.com (please don't use Mr. Palmer's school email address).

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It's TOLO Time
This year's TOLO dance will be held on Saturday, March 19 from 9-11pm in the Commons. The theme is TOLO Time Machine. Tickets will be sold ahead of time at the cashier's window - check Haiku for details! Please remember that students who would like to bring a guest from another school must fill out a guest pass.


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Class of 2019 Fundraiser
Hey, Kang Parents! The freshman class of 2019 is holding a fundraiser selling class t-shirts for $15. This money will help build our funds as we think ahead to prom and other class events that make a positive impact on our school and community. The shirts will be on sale from Monday, March 7 through Tuesday, March 22. Shirts can be paid for online and will be delivered to the school and handed out to students during homeroom. You can see the shirt design and order these Kang-tastic shirts at www.booster.com/lw19 starting March 7 (the website is not open until the first day of sales). 

Thank you, and as always, go Kangs!
Class of 2019 Officers

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Enlightened Leader?
Catherine the Great was put on trial in AP World History for failure as an enlightened monarch.

Cheryl Aarnio, Molly Behrends, Eric McGaw, Sophie Styant-Browne, Jensen Leewens, Andrew McGaw, Michael Mar and JJ Wong.

Kayla Henry, Alyssa Mattler, Lance D'Alessio, Sydney Willis, Sophie Campbell and Angela Johnson.


Kristy Le, Kathryn Zigweid, Grace Guerrero, Jesse Kaikkonen, Jun Tu, Kimnea Tang, Gabe Zahn, Kierra Farren and Arya Sheikh (kneeling).

Robert Neuman, Millen Katyal, Audrey Hur, Jesse Brown, Karen Boctor and Ella Ludwig.


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See the Kang Cabaret
The LWHS Drama Department and Boosters are hosting the Kang Cabaret: "A Night on Broadway" Friday, March 11, 7pm in the Theater. Read more in the Kang Crier #12.

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Counseling Center

Advanced Placement Exams
Advanced Placement exams are scheduled for Monday, May 2 through Friday, May 13. Registration will run from Monday, March 14 through Friday, March 18, at the end of "C" lunch. Students can pick up a registration packet from their AP teacher or from the Counseling Center. Included in this packet are the registration envelope, information handout, and AP Bulletin. The cost is $94 per exam; checks are made payable to Lake Washington School District. The completed registration envelope (including teachers' initials) with check inside is then given to our bookkeeper at the cashier's window. Students need their school ID card with them when they pay for their exams.

Students have been preparing all year for their exams. If they are unsure whether or not they should test, students should check with their individual subject teachers. 

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Registration for 2016-2017
Counselors have visited all freshman, sophomore, and junior classes; each student received a copy of his/her transcript and completed a credit check. Students were encouraged to check the course catalog (online) as well as speak to their teachers if they were unsure whether to sign up for regular, honors or AP classes. All students registered online on March 1 during tutorial. Once students entered their classes online, they turned in their registration forms to their teachers. Hopefully students selected their classes carefully; they needed to select classes that fulfill graduation requirements and that they are interested in. Schedule changes in the fall are extremely difficult. To avoid that frustration, students always need to be very thoughtful and purposeful in their course selections.

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Juniors and College Entrance Exams
Typically, spring of junior year is when many juniors take the SAT/ACT and any relevant SAT II Subject Tests. Once students receive their scores, they can use the summer to review and work on their weaker skills and retake the test in the fall. Another excellent reason to take the SAT/ACT in the spring is that students can now start to look at their target schools. College-bound students want to make sure that they have a realistic balance of dream, match and safety schools on their list (based on their test scores and GPA).  

See the spring SAT and ACT test dates immediately below.
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Registration for the SAT and ACT
LWHS code: 480545 
Below are the official test dates for the SAT and ACT tests for the rest of this school year. Students who plan to take a test need to register online at collegeboard.org for the SAT or actstudent.org for the ACT, using the LWHS code, 480545.

SAT Test 
 
 Test Date Registration Deadline
 May 7 April 8
 June 4
 May 5





ACT Test

 
 Test Date Registration Deadline
 April 9 March 4
 June 11
 May 6

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Info for Seniors & Senior Parents

Seniors, Don't Delay! 
LWHS PTSA 2016 Sheeley Scholarship Application Deadline is Fast Approaching!
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SheeleyAppDoes your graduating senior have plans to attend either a technical school, a two-year, or four-year academic institution this fall? If so, they are eligible to apply for a Sheeley Scholarship! Four $1,000 scholarships are available to LWHS seniors. Read the instructions and print the application. Information is also available in the College & Career Center. 

All applications are due in the College & Career Center by Monday, April 11 - just over a month away. Don't delay, apply today!  

If you have any questions, please contact Laura Bartoletti.  

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Reminder for Seniors Completing Graduation SrReminderRequirements Outside of LWHS
If your senior is currently completing a graduation requirement outside of LWHS (for instance, taking an online course), remember that the Counseling Center must receive the final grade/transcript documenting the credit earned by late May/early June. The final proctored exam at LWHS is Wednesday, May 4. 

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Beat the Price Increase and Be Ready for Upcoming Bus Sign-Ups
Get Your Senior Party Tickets Today!
Read the Senior Party article above in the PTSA News section.
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Senior Countdown to Graduation
Keep an eye on the LWHS website for senior deadlines, information and activities until graduation. Don't miss the Pre-College Checklist & Calendar in the right sidebar.

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Lake Washington Schools Foundation

Local Sports Stars To Speak at Spring Fundraising Events 
Former Seattle Seahawk and Pro Football Hall of Famer Walter Jones is the highlighted speaker for the Spring for Learning Luncheon on Wednesday, April 20. Walter played 12 seasons for the Seattle Seahawks at left tackle. He was the first-team selection of the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 2000's. Following the 1999 season, Jones became the first offensive lineman in Seahawks history to be elected to the Pro Bowl. Jones has two students in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD). 

Seattle Sounders Coach Sigi Schmid will speak at the Spring for Learning Breakfast scheduled for Wednesday, April 27. Sigi is the winningest coach in MLS history. Since 1999, Schmid's teams have won 11 major titles, including two MLS Cups. Schmid is a member of both the National Soccer and UCLA Hall of Fame. Schmid's niece graduated from a LWSD high school in 2013 and he has a nephew in the district. 

The Lake Washington Schools Foundation will host its 11th annual fundraising events at the Marriott Hotel at Redmond Town Center. Please join us to support a beyond-basic education for all students in LWSD. Register to attend or donate to support the event at www.lwsf.org or call (425) 936-1414 to be a table captain, corporate partner or volunteer to help make the event a success. 

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Community News

Lake Washington School District-approved flyers to keep you informed about upcoming activities, programs and events are listed on PeachJar.
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Below are links provided as a service to the community - LWSD and the LWHS PTSA do not sponsor, endorse or recommend any of the organizations, services, or activities described in these materials.
Washington Aerospace Scholars at the Museum of Flight
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Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) is a two-part program for high school juniors focused on topics related to the history and future exploration of space by NASA and topics in Earth and Space Science. Get the details, application and FAQs on the Museum of Flight website.
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Free Test Prep at the Redmond Library
Ace Your AP Exam & SAT Subject Test - Saturday, March 5, 3:30-4:30pm.
SAT II Level 2 Math Practice Test - Saturday, March 26, 1-2pm
SAT II US History Practice Test - Saturday, March 26, 2:30-3:30pm

View the flyer or check out the details on kcls.org.
 
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SAT Prep Course to be Held at LWHS
SATPrep has a course coming up in April to prepare for the SAT. It will be held at LWHS. See 
satprep.org for details, cost and registration.  

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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.
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