Nautilus Chess Tournament!

The Nautilus PTSA is hosting an elementary and middle school chess tournament on Tuesday, May 10th at 4:30pm in their gym.  If you have interested students, please see the accompanying flyer for further details.  Each player is guaranteed four games! Chess Tournament 2016

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Lakota AVID and IESA Applications

Our AVID and IESA programs are recruiting! If your student would like to be a part of either of these classes the questionnaire and applications are listed below.

Avid Teacher Recommmendation

AVID Application 2015-2016 Entire without Recommendation

IESA Questionaire 2016

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Smarter Balanced Testing Schedule *UPDATED*

The following is our schedule for the interim and actual Smarter Balanced assessments.

SBACschedule

Our interim assessments will take place on the following dates:

Feb. 18th Reading , Feb. 19th Reading, Feb. 25th Math, Feb. 26th Math, March 17th Math, March 18th Math, March 24th Reading, March 25th Reading

Another important testing day is the Science MSP, for 8th graders, on May 26th.

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Renaissance Learning (STAR Assessment)

Renaissance Learning (STAR Assessment)

 

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Associated Student Body (ASB) Financial Data

Associated Student Body (ASB) financial data is available for each school in the Federal Way School District.

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Lakota Achieves Level Two Green School Certification

Level-Two-School_logoLast 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.

Press Release

Green School Information

 

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