by Jamie Asaka, director of student and family support and interim director of equity and inclusion
Sue Belcher, micro-school director
by Coco S. '18
by Christel McGuigan, director of equity and instruction
Lakeside magazine welcomes your suggestions and letters to the editor. Please send them to email@example.com or via social media.
Calling all alumni!
What makes a livable city?
As cities grow, can we find ways for people have the things they want – like a healthy economy and environment, and affordable housing – and alleviate the things they don’t – like inequality and traffic gridlock?
Those are hotly debated questions in a Seattle with construction cranes at every turn, and in other cities as well. Lakeside magazine would like to feature alumni tackling them as part of their jobs or community involvement. We’re betting they have a host of creative ideas to share.
We seek a wide range of perspectives, including from urban planners, architects, developers, traffic engineers, real-estate agents, builders, construction workers, activists, politicians, environmentalists, historic preservationists – and whether they’re here in the Emerald City or elsewhere in the world.
Please send alumni names and contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor: Carey Quan Gelernter
Art director: Carol Nakagawa
Writers: Mary Ann Gwinn, Carey Quan Gelernter, Sheila Feeney, Leslie Schuyler, Amanda Darling, Mike Lengel
Alumni relations news: Kelly Poort
Contributing photographers: Tom Reese, Lindsay Orlowski, Clayton Christy, Paul Dudley, Mike Lengel
Copy editor: Valerie Campbell
Lakeside magazine is published twice yearly, in fall and spring, by the communications office of Lakeside School. To view past issues, visit us on issuu.