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  • LSSD partners with Lund Orthodontics and Milestone Kids Dentistry

    Lake Stevens School District is pleased to announce two district-wide partnerships with Lund Orthodontics and Milestone Kids Dentistry. As part of the district's new Partners in Education program, staff members from both organizations will support student learning in Lake Stevens' schools through volunteerism, oral hygiene education, sponsorships and hosting field trips to their office.

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  • Lake Stevens schools earn Energy Star Awards

    Lake Stevens School District has once again been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency with several Energy Star Awards for seven buildings. On average, Energy Star buildings use 35 percent less energy; generate 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions and cost $0.54 less per square foot to operate.

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  • New system makes it easier than ever to anonymously report unsafe behaviors

    Safety remains our district’s top priority, and to help continually safeguard our school community, Lake Stevens School District is implementing SafeSchools Alert, an anonymous tip reporting service that allows students, staff members, parents and community members to submit safety concerns to our administration in four different ways.

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  • Facilities Advisory Committee helps craft long-range plan for LSSD

    Increased enrollment and overcrowding in some buildings caused Lake Stevens School District officials to form a new Facilities Advisory Committee to assist in the creation of a long-range district facility plan. The FAC, which began its work in October 2014, is led by long-time Lake Stevens residents Jeff and Jo-Ann Sickles, and is made up of parents, district staff members, students, administrators, two board members, community members and local business owners.

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  • Expanded access to technology requires responsible digital citizens, ability to manage distractions

    The use of technology and the Internet are integral tools in the education of students. Our students are living in a digital world that requires them to interact in non-traditional ways. Lake Stevens School District recognizes the instructional benefits of these technological resources, but also strives to ensure students are protected from risks and unnecessary distractions.

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  • Lake Stevens’ educators earn national certification

    Eight Lake Stevens School District teachers and specialists earned their National Board Certification in 2014. Certification is an advanced teaching credential, and, as part of the process, educators must analyze their teaching content and students’ needs, submit videos of their teaching and provide student work samples that demonstrate growth and achievement.

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  • Highland and LSMS receive state awards for student achievement

    Highland Elementary School and Lake Stevens Middle School were named 2014 Schools of Distinction. In total, only 101 elementary, middle, high and alternative schools across the state were recognized.

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  • LSHS emergency drill Feb. 27: Lake Stevens High School will host an emergency drill on Friday, Feb. 27. This will involve a heavy police and fire presence on campus, along with the evacuation of students and staff. Please do not be alarmed. 

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  • March 27 schedule change for LSHS students: Lake Stevens High School students will be released 2.5 hours early (at 11:45 a.m.) on Friday, March 27 for culminating exhibitions. Grades K-9 will continue with their normal 85 minute early release. 
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  • Common Core State Standards & Smarter Balanced Information Nights: Parents are encouraged to attend an informational session about the new standards and assessment. Elementary (grades 3-5) is Tuesday, March 3 (Feb. 24 event canceled) and Secondary (6-8, 10, 11) is Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Both sessions are from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Educational Service Center, 12309 22nd St NE. More information. 
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  • Kindergarten Parent Information Night is Thursday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. at all elementary schools. Parents of children who will be five-years-old by Aug. 31, 2015 are asked to attend this important evening. Schools will begin accepting completed kindergarten enrollment packets beginning March 17. (The March 16 date in the printed district calendar is incorrect. Registrations will not be accepted until the 17th.) More information and enrollment forms
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