The Lake Washington School District picked up some votes for its $755 million bond issue on the second day of counting ballots in the Feb. 11 special election. The percentage of yes votes crept up from just under 57 percent to just over 57 percent, but it was still short of the 60 percent it needs…More
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Voters in Bellevue were showing their support Tuesday night for a $450 million school construction bond that was passing with almost 72 percent of the vote in first-day returns. In the Lake Washington school district, however, a $755 million bond issue was falling short of the required 60 percent, reaching about 57 percent in the initial count of More
After reviewing what sports it offers students at the high school level, the Lake Washington School District has decided to add girls’ badminton to the mix next spring. The move is part Title IX compliance, the district says, and a response to girl’s interest in playing sports at the high school level, according to the district. The…More
Traci Pierce, the Lake Washington School Board’s preferred candidate for superintendent, will meet with the public in an informal open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the district Resource Center, 16250 N.E. 74th St. in Redmond Town Center. Another meeting with Pierce will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Feb. 7, at Sammamish City Hall,…More
The Lake Washington School District’s board of directors has endorsed the district’s current deputy superintendent to be the district’s new superintendent. Dr. Traci Pierce, who has headed the district’s instructional services, was unanimously chosen as the board’s preferred candidate to replace Dr. Chip Kimball, who is leaving to become superintendent of the Singapore…More