This workshop will give you important information about protecting your child from being harassed or exploited online and through digital devices. [Lakota Gymnasium | March 31 | 6–7:30 p.m. ]
Superintendent Sally McLean with Middle School runner-up Desiree Vera and contest participants
Cambridge Criteria and Application [2015-2016]
Cambridge Application for the 2015-2016 school year is now available and applications can be turned in starting February 2nd.
Beginning in the spring of 2015, Federal Way students in grades 3-8, 10 and 11 will take new state assessments. These are referred to as the Smarter Balanced Assessments. Students across Washington state, and in many other states, will take them.
The assessments measure student knowledge of the new state standards. This is the second year that Federal Way Public Schools have been teaching to these standards, which are often referred to as Common Core.
Interim Block Assessment [ click link to access Interim “Block” Assessment schedule. This is a practice assessment at Lakota Middle School ]
SBAC Scheduled Assessment [ click link to access the current SBAC schedule. Keep in mind that this schedule may change after we give the Interim Assessments]
Smarter Balanced Practice and Training Tests [ click link to access the Practice for Smarter Balanced at home ]
Smarter Balanced tests (Read more…)
Associated Student Body (ASB) financial data is available for each school in the Federal Way School District.
Last year Lakota achieved Level One Green School certification, focusing on waste reduction, and this year, we continued our quest by becoming one of ten King county schools who completed Green School Level Two certification by engaging in energy conservation practices, such as turning off lights in unoccupied rooms, setting thermostats at 68-70 degrees, and educating the public about energy conservation, among other rigorous criterion. We still had to maintain the progress in waste reduction with our Level One all the while.
Green School Information