Parent Information

Click on the links below to access more information about our school and our district.


  • Parent-Student Handbook
    This Parent & Student Handbook is provided in order to clarify our policies and procedures, as well as acquaint you with our overall school programs and philosophy.
  • Skyward Family Access Email Change Instructions
    To receive messages from your child’s teacher(s) or from the school by staff using the Skyward Message Center system you need to have a current email address. Please follow these instructions.
  • Curriculum Night Presentation
    View curriculum night information presented by Mr. Howden. 
  • Parent Access
    Lake Washington School District provides access to student information, student records, lunch accounts and more via the Internet. This information is secure so that only you can see information about your student(s). The system through which you can view this information is called Parent Access.
  • Trend Grading
    The Lake Washington School District has made a commitment to families to communicate clear, consistent, and current information regarding how students are progressing against the State and local standards, and specific strands of these standards are reported via the elementary report card.
  • Lake Washington School District Student Rights and Responsibilities
  • The Information You Need from Registration to Graduation
    Quest Program; Before and After School Care; Breakfast and Lunch Menus; English Language Learner; Graduation Requirements; Homeless Services; Preschool and Summer School Programs; Parent Access; PTSA; Safety and Security; School Hours; Special Education; Student Registration; Student Health; Teaching and Curriculum; Testing and Grades
  • McAuliffe Elementary PTSA
    Visit McAuliffe's PTSA website.
  • School District Calendars
    Printable one-page sheet calendars for this school year and next.
  • Research and Homework Help: Grades K-6
    Includes links to databases and library catalogs
  • Lake Washington Schools Foundation
    Where community support impacts public education
  • Protect Yourself from the Flu
    Keep sick children at home for at least 24 hours after they no longer have fever or do not have signs of fever, without using fever-reducing drugs. Click on the link above to learn more ways to help reduce the number of people who may get sick.
  • Community Resources
    Services and organizations available to support students, parents and families in our community.
  • Make Your Volunteer Hours Count
    As you know, Microsoft provides matching funds for donations made to charitable organizations. They also provide money for volunteer hours worked. Your volunteer hours will not only provide adult support of our students, but also funds needed to purchase resources that enhance the educational experience of our students. Click on the link for further information and directions.