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  • ~ Semester 1 Ship Awards ~

    6th Grade Ship Awards will be held Wednesday, February 17th @ 8:15 in the cafeteria. 7th Grade Ship Awards will be held Thursday, February 18th @ 8:15 in the cafeteria.

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  • Big Ideas Information Night Presentation

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  • Student Assistance and Family Resources Available

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  • Stay informed of LSMS activities on Facebook

    Lake Stevens Middle School ASB and PTSA use this page to communicate with our families. Check it out!

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  •  Pirate

    Pirate Period (Fridays 1:05-2:15)

    Pirate Period is an academic intervention that provides students an opportunity to work on homework, organization, study skills, and tutoring in a structured setting. Pirate Period is also a time that students can complete late work, study, and re-assess as long as they have met teacher specific re-assessment requirements. Pirate Period targets these students:  Students that are not meeting standard  Students that are failing, or are in danger of failing core classes  Students who demonstrate poor organization and study skills  Students that need to re-assess and have taken the necessary steps for re-assessment Pirate Period Student Expectations:  Plan for enough work to stay busy the entire time and bring a reading book  Know how you are getting home  Bring necessary text books and research materials  Check with your teachers to clarify directions Students Can:  Work with a tutor  Complete home work  Organize your binder and backpack  Prioritize your assignments  Check your grades  Complete make-up work  Prepare for assessments  Re-assess

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  • Login to eFunds to purchase insurance for your Chromebook

    LSMS families are encouraged to purchase insurance for their students' Chromebook through eFunds.

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  • Tips for Parents: Encouraging Pirate PRIDE Expectations at Home

    Parents play an important role in helping their children to be successful at school. Many parents have found that when they have the same behavior expectations and use the same language as school, it is easier for children to make good choices at home. Also, when parents practice Positive Behavior Expectations related to Pirate PRIDE at home, they support what their child is learning at school and create better behaviors outside of school.

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  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Would you like to volunteer at LSMS this year? Participate in the Watch Dog program, help in the office, or lend a hand in the classroom? If you would like to participate in these or other opportunities please complete the attached form and return to the main office.

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