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Latest Lakeridge Headlines

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     After a neck-and-neck vote, our students decided to have Principal LaBadie spend his day in the display case AND get around campus on rollerblades. Thank you Lakeridge families for your support of this PTA fundraiser! Our pancake breakfast was a fun way to start the day - and a huge success!!
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  • Dear Lakeridge Families,

    Spring break is nearly upon us and I hope that all of you enjoy the spring weather and some time with your children. We have had a very busy month at Lakeridge. Our third, fourth and fifth graders completed their English Language Arts Smarter Balanced Assessments, we held a very successful bingo night, and we wrapped up the second trimester. Read More.
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Latest District Headlines

  • School district hires new Director of Transportation

    Today the Mercer Island School District announced the hiring of David Bynum as the new Director of Transportation and Emergency Services, effective July 1, 2015. Read more...
     
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    Mercer Island students compete in Destination Imagination Global Finals in Tennessee

    After winning honors for creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving in local, state, and regional tournaments, two Mercer Island Destination Imagination (DI) teams traveled to Knoxville, Tenn., to compete in the DI Global Finals.  Read more...
     
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  • School board sends message to legislators: Don’t make legislation too restrictive

    On May 14, the Mercer Island School District Board of Directors voted unanimously to send a letter to legislators with the message that school funding in Senate Bill 6109 is too restrictive and will have negative impacts on students. Read more...
     
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  • School board bids farewell to Frohnmayer, welcomes Jorgenson

    On May 14, the Mercer Island School District Board of Directors bid farewell to Board President Janet Frohnmayer with a standing ovation and welcomed newly appointed Director Ralph Jorgenson. Read more...
     
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  • Elementary No. 4 needs a name; online survey released

    On May 15, an online survey was launched to solicit names for the new Mercer Island School District Elementary No. 4, which is scheduled to open for the 2016-17 school year. The survey will remain open until May 31. Read more...
     
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  • Breakfast of Champions event raises $410,000 to support Mercer Island students

    2015BOC5 On the morning of April 28, 2015, Mercer Island parents, community members, students, and Mercer Island School District staff celebrated Mercer Island’s 21st century, public educational system at the Mercer Island Schools Foundation “Breakfast of Champions.”
     
    The event raised $410,000 toward the MISF goal of $1.2 million by June 1, which supports an educational model that emphasizes the craft of teaching, supplying the necessary coaching, supervision, and professional training, with enough teachers to maintain lower class sizes. Read more...
     
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  • Lakeridge Elementary students win regional Global Reading Challenge

    The Rockin’ Readers, a group of seven Lakeridge Elementary fourth graders, won the King County Library System’s East Regional Global Reading Challenge. It was the final level of the event sponsored by the King County Library System. Read more...
     
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  • School district announces open enrollment status for 2015-16

    Mercer Island School District Superintendent Dr. Gary Plano announced that the district is closed to new non-resident student applicants, including students who were granted non-resident enrollment for the remainder of the 2014-15 school year after becoming nonresidents during this year, due to inadequate space, facilities and staff. Read more...
     
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About Lakeridge Elementary

 

Lakeridge Mission, Goals & Beliefs

 
Our mission is to give all students at Lakeridge the opportunity to gain knowledge, grow in wisdom,develop confidence and become creative, compassionate and critical thinkers, and to ensure that all children, regardless of level of ability or individual needs, will have the opportunity to reach for, achieve and extend their potential in a changing world.
 
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