Feb 10
Mid-winter break
Mid-winter break

Thu 2/14 - Mon 2/18
Mid-winter break
Mid-winter break

Thu 2/14 - Mon 2/18
Mid-winter break
Mid-winter break

Thu 2/14 - Mon 2/18
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Sheeley Scholarship Apply NOW
Now Accepting Applications for the 2019 Louise Sheeley Scholarship Each year, the LWHS PTSA is pleased to award the Louise Sheeley Scholarship to graduating Seniors in honor of Ms. Sheeley, a former LWHS counselor. This year, the PTSA will offer four $1,000 scholarships to LWHS Seniors who demonstrate academic excellence, involvement, service to the school and community, and a vision toward their future goals. Students are required to submit a response that details their qualifications along with two letters of recommendation and a current transcript. Scholarships can be used for books, tuition, or room and board at a vocational, 2-year, ... read full article

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

Fear Free ACT/SAT
Fear Free SAT and ACT Practice Tests Hey there Kangs! We are ready for another year of Fear Free SAT and ACT Practice Tests with the Princeton Review. The Fear Free tests are a great way to get comfortable with the format and style of the SAT or ACT in a stress free environment. Upcoming tests dates:  ACT on March 16th SAT on April 20th    All tests are taken in the LWHS library from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm, and give you the complete testing simulation. Click here for more information and registration!   Martha Rames Fear Free ACT/SAT Testing Chair ... read full article

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College Application Presentations Weds
Spring: In February, the College Application Workshop shifts focus to helping students with their college exploration process. Weekly presentations are held on Wednesdays, right after school. Topics include “College Planning: How to Find the Right Fit”, “Pre-Med and More”, “Is Computer Science the Right Major for You” and more.  All presentations are held on Wednesdays after school at 12:55pm and pizza is provided. Presentations are open to all students, registration is not required. We encourage parents to ask their kids what they learned as these are student-only events. List of Presentations ... read full article

Senior Party Tickets
Senior Party: Inviting All Seniors Your Senior has been checking the boxes, preparing for the future. But have they bought their ticket to the Senior Party? This is an opportunity to celebrate with friends and classmates at a safe, fun-filled, all-night celebration sponsored by the LWHS PTSA. Lots of great activities, entertainment and food. It’s a LWHS tradition!   When: Monday, June 17th - after Graduation Ceremony Start Time: 9:00 pm (check-in begins) at LWHS End Time: 5:30 am on Tuesday, June 18th at LWHS   Tickets can be purchased online. Scholarships are available. Ticket prices are: $180 now through ... read full article

VOTE! Levy
Capitol Projects Levy - Vote YES on April 23rd!   The LWHS PTSA voted unanimously at the last General Membership Meeting to endorse and support the upcoming levy, which will greatly benefit LWHS by adding critical classrooms, an additional  auxiliary  gym, and additional Commons spaces.   Our PTSA will be working with the Lake Washington Citizens Levy Committee to support the effort in getting the YES votes needed. More info to follow on how you can help!   Click the button for an overview of what the levy will fund!   Not registered to vote? Register here ! Levy Overview ... 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 2019-1-23 Kang Crier #11 2019-2-6 Kang Crier #12   ... 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.