Medical Lake School District

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Medical Lake School District #326
P.O. Box 128, 116 W. Third Street
Medical Lake, WA 99022
phone: (509) 565-3100        fax: (509) 565-3102


  • Message from the Superintendent

    I cannot believe that May is already here. Graduation and summer break are just a few short weeks away.

    The WASA Community Leadership Awards was a small way to say Thank You to some of the wonderful organizations in our community who quietly do so much for the students in our district.  Once again the Washington Achievement Awards were handed out to 2 of our schools:  Hallett for High Progress, and the High School for Graduation Rate and Overall Excellence. We have the PACE awards to honor some of our students who exemplify the PACE Characteristics and the Lions Club Youth Awards as another way we say thank you to our great students. I believe this shows that our students, schools and community are the best.

    Thanks to everyone for making Medical Lake a great place to live. 

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  • FFA's Annual Plant Sale. Large Red Geraniums, Small Geraniums of varied colors, Herb Baskets, Tomatoes, Hanging Baskets and new this year Dahlias. Prices range from $1.50 - $7.00. The greenhouse will be open 7:00 am - 4:00 pm until all plants are gone. 
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  • Every year OSPI gives the Washington Achievement Award to area schools. Data is collected using the State Board of Education WA Achievement Award Winners Revised Achievement Index. Assessment data from the previous three years is collected and awards are handed out in six separate categories. Medical Lake School District had two schools chosen to receive awards again this year. Cindy McSmith, Principal at Hallett Elementary was there to receive the High Progress award for a second year in a row. Medical Lake High School Principal, John McSmith received the Graduation Rate award, their 6th straight, and they also received the High Progress award. They were accompanied by Superintendent Timothy Ames and Director of Teaching and Learning, Kimberly Headrick. We are very proud of the hard work of all our students and the dedication of our staff in the Medical Lake School District. Congratulations.
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  • Congratulations to Michael Anderson's 5th Graders: Isaac Enriquez, DJ Ritchie, Hunter Havens, Cameron Comer, Cale Gundlach, MAE Math is Cool Joseph Coleman, Andrew Van Dalen, Amelie Rodriguez, Aurora Kimball, Tristan Francis, Lydia Duncan and Madeline Michalek, for taking 4th place at the Math is Cool Division 2 competition. Andrew Van Dalen also took home an individual win for 4th place and Cale Gundlach took 6th place. Nice job Math is Cool Team!! 
    Congratulations to Hallett Elementary 5th Graders: Jalijah Meacham, Connor Palmen, Issac Bar, Karissa Makus, Jenna Abel, Kamaile Paikuli, Hallett Math is Cool Madison Lynn, Pebbles Choe, Adaline Hardison, Sydney Lundberg, Eugene Haas, Carson Tappero, Alivia Gies, Aubry Wiley, Allison Payne and Gracelynn Stimpson, for taking 3rd place at the Math Is Cool Competition at EWU on March 20. They were up against 16 schools from around Eastern Washington.
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  • BIG congratulations to Medical Lake School District for making it to the Advanced Placement Honor Roll! Medical Lake made the honor roll by maintaining or increasing the amount of students taking AP classes at the High School level and having more students achieving a score of 3 or higher on AP tests. To see a our name on the list click here. Congratulations to all the students, parents and teachers for making Medical Lake Schools great!
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  • Every year, OSPI, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, updates the "report card" for school districts. Copies of our report will be available at each school during parent/teacher conferences. You  may preview it by clicking, HERE. If you would like a more detailed look at the information, it is available on the our main webpage under the State Report Cards-Medical Lake School District tab.
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  • The community of Medical Lake offers free pre-school for income eligible 3 and 4 year olds thanks in part to the YWCA ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program).  West Plains ECEAP Pre-school is a state funded program serving income eligible 3-4 year olds and their families. For a printable flyer please click HERE

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  • Are you new to the Medical Lake Community? Are you interested or curious about the schools and curriculum? Director of Teaching and Learning, Kimberly Headrick, is available to answer your questions and show you around. Please call the Administration Office at (509)565-3100 and one of the friendly office staff can assist you. 
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  • Medical Lake School District is seeking Substitute Teachers, Cafeteria Workers, Secretaries, Para Professionals, and Bus Drivers, and Sign Language Interpreters.  Please stop by our Administration Office at 116 West Third Street, Medical Lake for an application.
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  • Parents registering students for NEW busing or CHANGES, please click HERE or visit Transportation’s Home Page Please fill out a new registration form and submit it via fax (509-565-3114), mail (PO Box 128, Medical Lake, WA 99022), or email to .

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  • Track Medical Lake Boy's Track earned their first ever State Title!! The meet was held at Eastern Washington University's Roos Field just before the end of the school year. The Cardinals are proving to be a force to be reckoned with. This is the second title for the Cards with the first being in Pasco in November for Cross Country. It was a close meet with the Cardinals taking a 50-48 lead over Zillah's team. The Lady Cards took just two competitors to the meet finishing ninth in discus and fifth in the 800. We are proud of our student athletes and all their hard work, as well as the families who support and encourage them to succeed. A tremendous thanks goes out to our coaches and volunteers as well.
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         Graduates reflect on their
Medical Lake High School education