Lake Stevens School District will have a replacement Maintenance and Operations Levy and a replacement Technology Levy on the Feb. 11, 2014, ballot. The current levies expire in 2014. These are not new taxes.
As part of the district's new strategic plan, a new district slogan—Inspiring Excellence—was created. We wanted to know how our students and staff members inspire excellence in our schools.
The Lake Stevens School District Board of Directors was one of 15 entities in the state named as a Board of Distinction by the Washington State School Directors’ Association.
About 7,000 fifth-grade students in Snohomish County are participating in Gear Up and Go!, a new initiative designed to motivate students to be active. Five elementary schools in Lake Stevens School District are participating in Gear Up and Go!
Emma French is student teaching in Bill Kusler's class at Skyline Elementary School. French had Kusler as a teacher in 1996.
Lake Stevens School District students outperformed their peers statewide in all 21 assessed categories on the annual Measurements of Student Progress and the High School Proficiency Exam. LSSD assessment scores also led other Snohomish County school districts in the majority of tested areas.