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PTSA Listening Session on Access and Inclusion

Please Join LWPTSA Council Special Education Group and LWPTSA Council Representatives for a PTSA Listening Session on Access and Inclusion on Tuesday, Nov 19, 6:30pm at the LWSD Resource Center. The discussion will center on ways to make local PTSA events and activities accessible for and inclusive of all students and their families. We are seeking input on families' experience with PTSAs, ideas on how PTSAs can make events more accessible and hear of any challenges PTSAs may have on doing so. See Council's Facebook Event for more information.


Upcoming Events

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Nov 12, 7pm

Nov 19, 6:30pm


Join the PTSA Board!

We are still looking for a few more passionate people to join our team. Serving on the PTSA means that you go beyond just lending your voice to advocate for our students and pledge time to do so. We are seeking two VPs for our Ways and Means (fundraising), Senior Convocation chairs and a parent education chair. Please visit our recruiting page for information about these positions, or contact our VP of Volunteers directly.


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Youth Eastside Services

Youth Eastside ServicesYouth Eastside Services provides counseling, substance abuse treatment, education and prevention, and psychiatric services in East King County. Since 1968, we've helped children, teens and their families struggling with depression, grief, trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, gender- or cultural-identity issues, behavioral issues, ADHD, autism and so much more. We work with youth up to age 22 and their families.

Youth Eastside ServicesEveryone faces challenges in life. But with the right tools, skills and support, all families can thrive. Just say YES.

Read here the intro letter to parents from our on-site YES counselor. 

 

Community Service Spotlight

Charles Bouthemy has been involved in a variety of volunteering and service activities. Twice he has donated his hair to Locks of Love to support children facing cancer. He has planted over 200 trees and volunteered for the past three years at the NW Tea Festival. He has given the most time to the Issaquah Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO) and the YMCA. Charlie assisted with the move of the IPO’s music library. He regularly assists with preparing programs for concerts, set-up and tear-down for concerts, ushers, serves refreshments during intermission, counts and prepares all concert donations for the IPO board treasurer. Charlie manages the collection of non-perishable food donations and the loading of the donation bins for the Issaquah Food Bank at the Annual Food Raiser Concert. Charlie has been active with the Y his entire life.  In 2018 and 2019 he was selected for the YMCA’s Honesty Award. In 2019 he was selected to be a Leader in Training (LIT) for the Boys Outdoor Leadership Development (BOLD) program where he co-led a week-long costal backpacking expedition for middle school boys on the Olympic Peninsula. Charlie is currently a Running Start student at Bellevue College.