To ensure the continued safety of our students, staff and community, we are working with the Snohomish Health District and the Snohomish Public Utility District to ensure that the water quality problems found in other communities and school districts does not happen in Lake Stevens.
Matt Pewitt has been selected as principal of our newest elementary school, which was part of the 2016 bond projects, and is scheduled to open during the 2017-18 school year. Pewitt is currently the principal of Highland Elementary School, a position he has held for the past six years.
On April 27, Lake Stevens School District honored Volunteers of the Year from each of its 12 schools, and named a Distinguished Service Award recipient. This school year, more than 3,100 volunteers served more than 10,000 hours.
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.
Lake Stevens School District’s construction bond was officially certified by the Snohomish County Elections Department at the end of February, and passed with a 62.26 percent yes vote.
Lake Stevens School District is pleased to announce a continued district-wide partnership with Lund Orthodontics and Milestone Kids Dentistry. As part of the district's 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.
Career and Technical Education classes are growing at Cavelero Mid High School and Lake Stevens High School. CTE classes integrate academics with technical skill development to help prepare students for higher-level courses in college or a career after high school.