Welcome back Mustangs!

We hope you all have enjoyed your summer! We are in full swing getting ready for the new school year. Here are a few dates and events to be aware of. Thursday August 31st at 7 pm in the PAC (Performing Arts Center at RHS)- there will be a 9th grade parent orientation. The RHS Administration

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We are in DESPERATE need of many volunteers for Grad Night Celebration June 15, 2017.  If you are a Junior, Sophomore or Freshman parent, please consider participating.  Visit the SignUpGenius page to explore the opportunities!


PUT THOSE TALENTS TO GOOD USE!  The Redmond High School nominating committee is on the hunt for folks who are looking to volunteer on the 2017-2018 PTSA Board.  This is a great opportunity to give back to the community as well as hone those skills you’re so good at! Not you this time? No worries, but

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Anxiety – Yours, Mine and Ours: Finding a Way Out of the Cycle to Support Your Teen’s Success Dr. Laura Kastner, Wed., Feb. 1, 6:30 p.m., Lake Washington High School – How do parents help rather than hinder their teen’s stress management? Are you worried about your teen’s grades, friendships, or risk-taking but need help finding

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LWSD Reflections Winners

This years Reflections winners have been announced…. Kelsey Krause’s poem “Possibility” has been awarded Outstanding Interpretation (first place), and will be going on to the State Level of the Competition! Congratulations Kelsey! Thanks to everyone who took part, and to the RHS librarians for helping run this year’s competition!

Welcome 2017!

In case you haven’t had time to check out the first edition of the Mustang Weekly for 2017, you can get it here. If you haven’t signed up for the Mustang Weekly and would like to do so, you can do that by clicking here.   2017 GRAD NIGHT TICKET SALES ARE OPEN!  Get your

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Congratulations to the following RHS students who have been selected to go forward to the LWSD level of the 2016/17 Reflections competition: Arya Lukka’s picture “These are a few of my favorite things” Kelsey Krause’s poem “Possibility”, and Marina Chen’s short story “Apartment 303” Congratulations and good luck at the next level of the competition,

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