Kisa Dupe is a senior at Redmond High School (RHS). She also holds the title of the first ever Miss Washington HBCU Teen in the Miss HBCU Teen Scholarship Pageant. Dupe is using her platform to promote a book drive that focuses on diversity of characters. She is hosting the book drive in tandem with Kennedy Roberts. Roberts is a junior at Tesla STEM High School and is the first ever Miss Washington HBCU Junior Teen in the newly established Junior Teen division of the pageant.
- Too Sick for School?How to know if your child is too sick to attend school
- Covid Reporting Tool Please fill out this form if you've had a positive COVID test result.
- For Students & FamiliesAdd money to lunch accounts, access Skyward, apply to volunteer and more
- School SuppliesSchool supply list for each grade
- Peachjar EflyersSchool and community flyers from non-profit, charitable and civic organizations
- K-5 Research and Homework Links to your school library catalog, research databases and works cited information
DreamBox LearningAn engaging and motivating math tool that assesses student multiple times a session and self-adjusts to each student’s current level
- Mann HandbookMann Elementary Policies and Expectations
LWSD students with connections to Miss Washington HBCU Teen are leading the charge on a book drive focused on diversity
Horace Mann Elementary’s annual food drive benefitting Hopelink is accepting donations on December 3, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Mann Elementary parking lot.