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  • Lake Stevens School District to place two replacement levies on February ballot

    On Nov. 8, the Lake Stevens School District Board of Directors unanimously approved a resolution to place two replacement levies on the Feb. 13, 2018 ballot. Lake Stevens School District will have a replacement Educational Programs & Operations Levy and a replacement Capital Technology Levy.

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  • How and when we communicate with families

    Yesterday, a concerned parent posted on Facebook regarding a rumor she heard from her child about possible violence at Cavelero Mid High School. This post was widely shared on social media and created a great deal of fear and confusion for students, families, staff members and our community. Some parents/guardians also reached out to the news media, which escalated the situation and further spread the baseless rumor.

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  • Survey results show strong appreciation for teachers and staff, communication and leadership; concerns about class size, parking and transportation

    Each spring, parents, staff and community members are invited to participate in a survey to provide feedback on our schools and district as a whole. For the third year in a row we used Thoughtexchange to allow participants to share their thoughts, consider and value the perspectives of others and learn from the entire group.

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  • New Early Learning Center to welcome students in January 2018

    ELC students will begin the school year on Sept. 28 in their current building, adjacent to Hillcrest Elementary School. They will be welcomed into their new school-off of Lake Drive, in the north-end of the school district-on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018. ELC staff members will have time to move into their new building and set up classrooms and workspaces prior to the end of 2017 to be ready to welcome students after winter break.

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  • New kindergarten classrooms to be built at each elementary school

    Lake Stevens School District was one of 21 districts in the state to receive a K-3 Class Size Reduction Grant from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The grant provides funds to assist districts with adding new K-3 classroom spaces. In Lake Stevens, a portion of this money will be used to add two new kindergarten classrooms in each of our six elementary schools.

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  • Highland named a Leader in Me Lighthouse School

    Highland Elementary School was designated a Leader in Me Lighthouse School because of its outstanding results in school and student outcomes by implementing The Leader in Me process with fidelity. Highland is only the second school in Washington to achieve this honor.

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