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No school - MLK Jr. Day
No school - MLK Jr. Day

Date:
Monday, January 21
6:30p Advanced Placement (AP) Info Night
Advanced Placement (AP) Info Night

Date:
Wednesday, January 23
Time:
6:30p - 8:00p
Where:
LWHS Theater

- A quick overview of the different AP® options that our current students may have for the 2019-2020 school year. Teachers from each department, from Art to Science and everything in between, will be in attendance to introduce AP® courses and provide answers to your questions.
-No need to RSVP.







Email Dr. Justyna King at jusking@lwsd.org if you have questions.
Last Day of 1st Semester
Last Day of 1st Semester

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A.P. Information Night
Information Night about Advanced Placement® Courses at LWHS  Who: Parents/Guardians of current 9 th -11 th grade students (students are welcome) When: Wednesday, January 23 rd 2019 at 6:30pm Where: LWHS Theater What: A quick overview of the different AP® options that our current students may have for the 2019-2020 school year, presented by the teachers and departments which offer them. ... read full article

Your Dollars Benefit LWHS Students
PTSA Donations Put to Great Use! Thanks to the generosity of our PTSA Membership and Pass-the-Pouch donors, we have been able to fund additional grant requests, including:   $500 - Winter Fest – Funding to purchase materials and snacks to support a fun, community-building event for elementary students put on by LWHS ASB leadership on January 16th.   $1210 - Robotics Advisor Half-Stipend – This will fund an additional LWHS staff member to serve as an advisor for Code Purple , LWHS’s award-winning robotics team, during their competition build season.    Additionally, the PTSA continues to fund and/or provide volunteers ... read full article

Reflections Winners
Reflections: Four LWHS Students Advance to State We are very pleased to announce that the Reflections entry of the following students won an award at the Council level of the competition and is advancing to the State level. Congratulations to: Muyan Zhou won Award of Excellence (2nd) for "Guardian" in the category of Visual Arts. Laura Wen won Award of Merit (3 rd ) for "Finding Your Inner Hero" in the category of Visual Arts. Adeline Thomas won Honorable Mention (4 th ) for "Donations of a Lifetime" in the category of Visual Arts. Samantha McElroy won Award of Merit ... read full article

PTSA Member Benefits
Make the Most of Your PTSA Membership!   It's never too late! Join the LWHS PTSA and take advantage of these great benefits! Memberships are good for the current school year and must be renewed annually.   Member benefits and discounts are available to all Washington State PTA members. You can find a list of Benefits & Discount Codes on the WSPTSA page. A sample of benefits is shown below:   Seattle Boat Show Jan. 25 – Feb 2 - Buy one get one free ticket plus kids 17 & under get in free Office Depot - great discounts for ... read full article

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Join LWHS PTSA Board of Directors
We Need YOU! Join the PTSA Board for 2019-2020 Hey, Kang Families! We are looking for volunteers to join the LWHS PTSA board for the 2019-2020 school year. Have a look at the LWHS PTSA Officer and Committee Job Summaries for descriptions of each board position.   We also have opportunities to help plan a variety of activities throughout the school year -- Senior Party, Senior Salute, community building and outreach events, and more! Contact any of this year's leadership to find out more about how you can get involved.   If you are interested in helping to serve our school ... read full article

Pre Order Yearbooks
Pre-order - save money and guarantee you get a book. 1/22/19 - 2/11/19 $65 Purchases may be made in person at the ASB office or online through Parent Access (sales close at midnight) or in person at the ASB office (sales close at 1:00 p.m.). ... read full article

Special Needs Spotlight
 Lana Alharbi 9th Grade LW Freshman brings in the New Year 2019 from the Burj Khalife!  The Worlds Tallest building, standing 2,716 feet high in Dubai, UAE!  Lana painted a poster in LW colors and held it proudly infront of the Burj Khalife! Happy New Year LW 2019!  ... read full article

Kang Crier Newsletter
The  Kang Crier  newsletter is the primary communication method that LWHS PTSA uses to provide information to LWHS families. You can view our newsletter online by clicking an issue below, or click and subscribe  to have it delivered to your inbox. 2018-08-22 Kang Crier #1 2018-09-05 Kang Crier #2 2018-09-19 Kang Crier #3 2018-10-03 Kang Crier #4 2018-10-17 Kang Crier #5 2018-10-31 Kang Crier #6 2018-11-14 Kang Crier #7 2018-11-28 Kang Crier #8 2018-12-12 Kang Crier #9 2019-1-9 Kang Crier #10   ... read full article

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PTSA (Parent-Teacher-Student-Association) is a non-profit organization of parents, teachers, students, and community members who strive to better the lives of children. We are part of an association that is organized at the local, state, and national levels.

Please join our Lake Washington High School PTSA!

  • Become part of a team that makes a significant difference for LWHS students, teachers & staff.
  • Make your voice heard by joining the largest child advocacy organization in our state, the WA State PTA, and in our country, the National PTA.
  • Gain access to the LWHS online student directory and receive discounts to FedEx Office, Great Wolf Lodge, Wild Waves and more.
  • Get to vote on key decisions that guide our LWHS PTSA, including budget, programs, grants and officer elections.
 

Please donate to the “Pass-the-Pouch” fundraiser!

Watch our Curriculum Night Video
 
The only PTSA fundraiser of the year, “Pass-the-Pouch” generates the income necessary to finance our outstanding student and school support programs. We strive to make every dollar count! With your help, we will reach our goal of $23,000. Here are just some of the programs for which your donations provide essential support:
  • Staff, classroom and club grants totaling $14,500 for equipment, supplies and activities.
  • After-school college application workshops with hands-on support for your student.
  • Our online parent newsletter, Students-In-Need fund, and Emergency Preparedness supplies.
  • $4,000 in scholarships to outstanding graduating seniors.
  • Senior Salute and Senior Party events that celebrate our graduating class.