Students at Redmond High School come into their Computer Science and Engineering course with little to no programming skills. By the time they leave, students are creating working robots. The robots are so advanced that students use their own phones to control the machines via Bluetooth technology.
Services and organizations available to support students, parents, and families in our community
Lake Washington School District recognizes there are a number of families in need in our community. It can be difficult to know where to turn when you need help. That is why the Homeless Liaison developed a list of community resources to support students, parents and families in our community, whether homeless or not. The list of community resources is organized below by type of services offered. This list is not intended to be complete. If you know of other resources that should be added to the list, please contact Joan Wraalstad at 425-936-1287.
Types of Services:
- Child Care
- Dental Care
- Domestic Violence / Sexual Abuse
- Financial Resources
- Health Care
- Holiday Help
- Housing / Shelter
- Job Assistance / Education / Training
- Language Help & Resources
- Legal & Tax Resources
- Mental / Behavioral Health
- Phone/Wireless/Cable Services
- School Supplies
- Special Needs
- Substance Abuse / Addiction / Recovery
- See full list of Resources
In addition, the following agencies will help to match you to other organizations that may be of assistance:
|Crisis Clinic||(800) 621-4636||
Find Community Resources:
|Eastside Human Services Forum (Eastside Helps)||(425) 556-2423||http://www.eastsideforum.org/index.php|
|Together Center||(425) 869-6699||http://www.togethercenter.org/|
|City of Kirkland||(425) 587-3322|
|City of Redmond||(425) 556-2416||http://redmond.gov/Residents/HumanServices/
|City of Sammamish||(425) 295-0511|
Please note: This list of individual agencies is provided as an information resource for your convenience. The Lake Washington School District does not recommend or endorse any of the individual agencies provided here. The district will not be held liable or responsible for any services provided by them. Lake Washington School District highly recommends that you conduct your own research and investigation. Use reasonable care before selecting any of these individuals/agencies for services.
The Eastside Native American Education Program taught 69 students how to build and play drums.
While most of the world eagerly waits for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics to begin tonight, LWSD middle school students are focused on a competition of their own. Inglewood, Evergreen, Finn Hill, Kamiakin and Redmond Middle Schools are competing in the Middle School Winter Olympics throughout February.
Bryce Stubblefield, a first grade student at Twain Elementary School, wants to be a police officer when he grows up. And his dream is about to come true! The City of Kirkland Police Department chose Bryce to be their 2018 Police Chief for a Day.
When Rachel Roberson’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, she became motivated to help others. Four years later, Eastlake High School senior is being recognized as a Distinguished Finalist by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.