Big Dreams Happen Here
Help Make Them Come True
The Lake Washington School District is a place of big dreams. This is also a place where hard work helps pave the way for those dreams to come true. Join us in supporting the dreams of our students. Together, we can help every student succeed, from kindergarten to high school, from Juanita to Sammamish!
2016 Spring Events a Success!
Over 650 guests gathered for lunch and breakfast this month to celebrate the dreams of our students. The events were a true celebration of the hard work and aspirations of students in our district. Thank you to our generous guests and featured speakers for helping make those dreams come true!
LWSD students inspired everyone with personal stories about the importance of education and the influence for their teachers. Film student Jake Hanna shared his video and dreams of becoming a filmmaker. Students in Mrs. Pomerinke's class at Evergreen Middle School shared their college plans and the success of AVID, a Foundation funded program, which helps them achieve their goals.
The featured speaker at the breakfast event was Seattle Sounders Head Coach Sigi Schmid who spoke of his childhood as an immigrant and the teachers that inspired him growing up. Former Seattle Seahawk and NFL Hall of Famer Walter Jones talked at the luncheon with ESPN Senior NFL Writer and Analyst John Clayton about his dreams to be a professional football player.
A special thank you to Dr. Traci Pierce for her inspirational speech on helping students in our district achieve success and the ability to follow their dreams.
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Lake Washington Schools Foundation Supports the April 26, 2016 Bond Measure
Congratulations to the students, parents, teachers and administrators of the Lake Washington School District. Initial returns indicate 65% of voters approved this year's bond measure. For more information, please visit the District's web site: www.lwsd.org.