School bus drivers wanted
We are hiring school bus drivers! The minimum age is 21-years-old. Applicants must have a valid driver's license and clean driving record. A pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check is required before training begins. Drivers have flexible schedules, and part time hours are available. Training is provided. Call 425-335-1508 for more information.
Every year we recognize the Top 10 Scholars from the Lake Stevens High School graduating class. This year, 11 students are being recognized for maintaining a 4.0 cumulative GPA for their entire high school career. That means these students have never received less than an “A” on a report card in grades 9-12. Congratulations!
Students in Skyline Elementary School’s Inventor’s Club, advised by Autumn Morrison, spent four months learning how to invent something—from identifying the problem their inventions will fix to manufacturing their ideas. Arielle Moon, a third-grade club member, recently won a Best in Show award at the Invent Washington State (IWS) Competition in Tacoma.
The students of the HomeLink’s K-3 engineering class taught by Rachel Newby were able to get their hands into the prosthetic process.
Each year the Washington Association of School Administrators holds a regional luncheon to honor educators and community leaders. This year, Jennifer Hudson, Emily Dean, Ashli Ordoña and Hannah Herkert, the district’s Student Mental Health Support Specialists, and Bruce, Lake Stevens Middle School’s Facility Dog received the special recognition on May 10 in Everett.
Over the past several weeks, a consultant has been studying our district’s transportation system and our school schedules to determine if changes could be made to better serve students and families. Start and dismissal times for the new Stevens Creek Elementary School also needed to be determined.