Highly Capable (HiCap) Program nominations for kindergarten through 12th-graders are open between Nov. 1 through Dec. 2 for the 2022-23 school year. Students may be referred by their teachers or family members. To refer, please read the information provided here and complete the digital referral process prior to the Dec. 2nd deadline.
Skyward and Google Classroom Resources for Families
Our secondary schools use two systems- Skyward and Google Classroom-to track student grades, assignments, absences, and more. Accessing these tools is a great way for families to stay engaged in their child's education. Click here for more information.
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Family Access: Stay Informed
Some elementary school parents have used it before, but now that your child is in middle school, regular use of the Family Access internet site is a “must” for everyone. You can find out what your child’s current grade is in any class. This is very important, as many students are challenged by the switch to multiple teachers, expectations, and assignments. You can also check your student’s attendance.
There is also a free Skyward mobile app for use on mobile devices.
Your login name may contain spaces if your last name is less than five letters long. Your login name contains the first five letters of your last name, with the first three letters of your first name and then three numbers. If you don't know your login or password, use the "Forgot Login/Password?" link to have the system email your account information. If your email address is not found by the system, please contact your child's school to have it updated.
CELL PHONES OFF AND AWAY AT SCHOOL
As students prepare to return to school, they will need to also prepare for focusing during the day on human interactions and classroom instruction. This can pose a challenge to those who have grown used to being constantly connected with cell phones and social media.. FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) is a very real distraction for middle school students, and we take our responsibility very seriously when it comes to our students mental, social, and emotional health. Between the first bell at 8:30AM until the last bell at 3:10PM, cell phones are to be turned off and put away in backpacks/book bags. The only electronics needed during the school day are the Chromebooks issued by our school district. If you need to get a hold of your child during the school day, please plan to call the office at 425-335-1544. Students may also use a phone in the office to contact you during non-instructional times or as approved by their teachers.
Student Chromebook AssistanceChromebook troubleshooting fixes to try at home. Click HereLSSD has a Student and Family Technology Support webpage to answer some of the most common tech questions.If you can't find what you need, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
edu and someone will get back to you as quickly as possible.
Our mission is to ensure every student meets or exceeds academic standards and is fully prepared to maximize life's opportunities.
Parents play an important role in helping their children to be successful at school.
Main Office: 425-335-1544
Business Line: 425-335-1639
During school hours, Mr. Crowninshield (Counselor) and Ms. Herkert (Student Mental Health Support Specialist) are located in the Counseling Center.
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