Lake Washington School District is looking for LINKS volunteers

Lake Washington School District’s LINKS (Looking Into the Needs of Kids and Schools) program is looking for community volunteers to share their time and talent to help kids with reading, writing, math and English.

While some volunteers help in a classroom, others work with middle- or high-school students during an after school study program. The Lunch Buddy Program is another way for working and retired community members to make a difference in a child’s educational experience.

Volunteer orientation meetings will be held twice a month beginning Sept. 25 and are offered during the day and in the evenings. Training dates are listed on the LINKS website.

Interested volunteers should contact Nanci Wehr at or (425) 936-1410 to register for an upcoming orientation meeting.

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