Fifteen employees were recognized for their contributions to the students of Lake Stevens School District.
Six community members participated in tours of Mt. Pilchuck Elementary School and Cavelero Mid-High School, led by Dr. Amy Beth Cook and Principals Chris Larson and Mike Snow. At each school, participants visited classrooms to see teaching and learning and explore programs and activities.
Hillcrest Elementary School was one of 381 schools that received a 2012 Washington Achievement Award. Hillcrest earned the award for closing the achievement gap and high progress amongst its low income students.
Lots of people raise money for local charities, but three staff members and one high school student went all out by having their heads shaved during an assembly at Cavelero Mid High School in support of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (D-1) met with educators, students and the leaders of Northwest Open Access Network at Sunnycrest Elementary School to discuss how the new broadband service is improving students’ educational experiences and connecting them to the world.
Students and staff members at Mt. Pilchuck Elementary School are using technology to enhance learning at all levels—and they're loving it. Look at those smiles!
It’s not often that you’ll find a Foreign Service special agent, the mayor of Lake Stevens, a train engineer, a landscape designer and a dog trainer all in one place. These special guests were part of the “Planting the Seeds of Success” College and Career Fair at Glenwood Elementary School.