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Lewis and Clark Elementary School is located in Princeton Street behind the Valley North Shopping Center. The school provides a safe environment for students that encourage them academically and socially. Lewis and Clark's population ranges between 380 and 500 students, kindergarten thru fifth grade. They have 18 classroom teachers, 12 specialists, and 13-para professionals. The school also offers a variety of programs including bilingual education program.

Location: 1130 Princeton St, Wenatchee Washington 98801 Telephone 509-663-5351 Fax 509-663-5601

Other Education nearby:
(Ellensburg) Central Washington University
(Wenatchee) Columbia Elementary School
(Entiat) Entiat School District
(Wenatchee) Lake Wenatchee YMCA Camp
(Wenatchee) Lewis and Clark Elementary School
(Wenatchee) Mission View Elementary School

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Apple Blossom Festival Wenatchee WA April1-May5 A delicious part of the Apple Blossom Festival is the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival Food Fair.
Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest Leavenworth WA May16-19 Learn about the wide variety of migratory birds that come here for a brief, but important part of their year: the breeding season. Hear the songs sung only during the breeding season.
Berry Dairy Days Burlington WA June13-16 Fresh local strawberry shortcake, spectacular fireworks show, fabulous parades, Kiwanis Salmon BBQ, entertainment stage with live music, nostalgic Berry Cool Car Show.
Bellevue Strawberry Festival Bellevue WA June22-23 Entertainment, an auto show, vendors, food, and family fun are all highly visible parts of the festivities.
Issaquah Salmon Days Festival Issaquah WA October5-6 Celebrating the amazing return of the salmon each Fall to our Pacific Northwest lakes, streams and historic downtown hatchery.