Welcome to "be the bridge", our virtual benefit!
Out of concern for the safety of our community and recent governmental decisions, the Lake Washington Schools Foundation is taking the luncheon to a virtual format. Now through April 2nd, you can join our event from the comfort of your home while making a difference in the lives of LWSD students.
Enjoy a video message from our keynote speaker, Susie Kroll who is the founding Mental Health Professional for the Redmond PD, King County Sheriff's office, and four other offices across King County. With Susie's extensive background and knowledge, she is passionate about advocating for mental health. In addition, hear from KIRO 7 News Journalist, Alison Grande and Washington State Senator Manka Dhingra by clicking below! Be sure to stay tuned via your email to learn more about the powerful work of the Foundation.
youth mental health first aid
Youth Mental Health First Aid is a formal education program that introduces adults to the distinct risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents, builds understanding of the importance of early intervention, and teaches individuals how to help youth who are in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge.
Find your fit with this free college-prep webinar!
Make the most of your time at home to get a head start on the college process. These webinars are designed for both students and parents. The college process can be a cause of stress and anxiety for many families. Local college counselor Mary Pat O'Neil of True Fit College Counseling will explain all that is involved with applying to a 4-year college.
Upcoming Apply to College 101 FREE Webinars:
Part 1: The Five Possible Parts of a College Application for middle and high school Students + parents
April 1 from 11am-Noon, with Q&A afterwards
Part 2: How to Create a Balanced College List & Why It’s Important for high school students + parents
Wednesday, April 8th from 11 am-Noon, with Q&A afterwards
Limited space available, register today!