Inspiring Excellence


  • We are forming the Lake Stevens High School Design Advisory Committee: The DAC will help to create the vision and educational specifications for the modernization and expansion of the high school. Apply today! The application deadline is Oct. 5. 

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  • Drinking water alerts: You may have heard about drinking water alerts in Snohomish County regarding E. coli from the Lake Alyson water supply. Our schools do not get water from this water supply. We get our water from the Snohomish County PUD, which is not impacted. 

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  • Online payments: We have a new online payment system where parents and guardians can pay school fees and fines, purchase ASB cards, yearbooks and more!

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  • Water testing to begin in Lake Stevens' schools

    LSSD officials, under the guidance of the Washington State Department of Health, the Snohomish Health District and the Snohomish Public Utility District, have created a comprehensive plan to test school drinking water for lead. Testing will begin Sept. 28 and will be concluded in mid-October. Results will be shared at that time.

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  • Download our new mobile app

    News and information about Lake Stevens' schools are now as close as your smartphone. Our free app gives you access to news, district and school calendars, notifications and more. Customize the app to receive information about your student's school.

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  • Changes to P-5 campus construction timeline

    After careful thought and consideration, and at the advice of our architects, engineers, attorneys and the contracting community, we have determined that attempting to open the new elementary school in the fall of next year is no longer prudent or responsible. We are now planning on a January 2018 opening following Winter Break.

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  • Three schools recognized by state for student achievement

    Glenwood, Mt. Pilchuck and Skyline Elementary Schools each received a 2015 Washington Achievement Award from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Education. These three schools are among 258 schools across the state that received Washington Achievement Awards for 2015.

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