Archive for June 2015

2014-2015 SNG Meeting Summary

2014-15 LW PTSA SNG meeting summary (No meetings Dec and June) September 24, 2014 Paul Vine, Director of Special Education October 28, 2014 Dr. Nancy Rosenberg presents: Dealing with Behavior Challenges at Home November 28, 2014 Craig D. Lewis, Ed.D. presents: Successful High School Transitioning: Some things that students with learning disabilities and their parents

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CURRENTS June 2015

CURRENTS Monthly Newsletter – June 2015 http://conta.cc/1dpLj3V

PTA benefits continue all summer long

PTA membership does not end on the last day of school. Your membership is good until October 31st, which means you can enjoy the benefits of membership all summer long!  Make sure you have your electronic member card available when taking advantage of benefits. Staples The world’s largest office products company proudly supports individual PTA

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Council Proudly Announces Its Scholarship Recipients

The Lake Washington PTSA Council began its scholarship program over 35 years ago to assist graduating seniors with their college education.  In 1990, scholarships were added for district staff to help defray costs of continuing education. Funding for the high school and At-Large scholarships is provided by the 41 local PTAs in LWSD and members

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You Rock! June: Juanita Elementary Earth Day Clothing Drive

Juanita Elementary School PTA has worked hard trying to find new events that will bring together the school and local community. This year they took part in a clothing and textile drive by partnering with Clothes for the Cause and made it a true community event for the city of Kirkland. By hosting this event on Earth

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Superintendent’s Message

By Dr. Traci Pierce, LWSD Superintendent As June approaches here in the Lake Washington School District, we look forward to graduating nearly 1,600 seniors in the class of 2015. We also look forward to welcoming over 2,000 kindergartners in the class of 2028 next fall. As one of the fastest growing districts in King County

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