Welcome to Loon Lake School District!


We Are the Loon Lake Family:  Everyone is valued and respected here.  We come together to serve kids and families.

Our MissionWe meet students' needs and prepare them for success.

Our Vision - ALL Loon Lake Students will be:  

  • Physically & emotionally safe
  • Loved, respected, & supported through quality relationships
  • Given meaningful learning experiences
  • Enjoying school
  • Prepared for middle school and on track for high school graduation

At Loon Lake School District, we understand that taking advantage of today creates unlimited opportunities tomorrow.  We commit each day to growth and hard work.  We firmly believe that our students are capable of greatness, and that by making the right choices today and committing to the process of learning today, students take control of their futures.

Each day, we read together "Our Commitment to Today."  Here it is:

At school today is an opportunity.
An opportunity to learn and to grow.
This means that today is important.
Everything my teachers ask me to do today is important.
I will work hard and do my very best because I am important.
I have a future.  I have dreams and goals.  I have things to do.
I will take advantage of this opportunity.
I will make today count.


Announcements

  • School Board Vacancy
    Any interested Loon Lake Community Person who is a registered voter in the Loon Lake School District who wishes to serve on the Loon Lake School District Board of Directors should send a letter of interest and a resume to the District office at the following address:  

    Loon Lake School District
    Attn:  Fred Brown
    4001 Maple Street
    Loon Lake, WA  99148

    A position has become vacant due to the resignation of Jon Robbins.  The board wishes to fill this vacancy as soon as possible.
    Posted Nov 7, 2018, 11:37 AM by Brad VanDyne
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Public Statements

Non-discrimination Statement
The district provides continuous notice that it does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, veteran or military status, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

Title IX Coordinator - Brad Van Dyne, Principal
Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator - Brad Van Dyne, Principal
Section 504 Coordinator - Brad Van Dyne



Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB)

For information on how to report harassment, intimidation and bullying, contact the Loon Lake School at (509) 233-2212