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  • LSMS Newsletter

    August Newsletter

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  • 2016-17 Course Descriptions/Syllabi

    Links to individual teacher syllabi are available here.

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  • Purchases and Fees 2016-17

    Purchase PE shirt $6, PE short $9, 6th grade Art fee $24, *Chromebook Insurance $30 ($10 free/reduced) *Yearbook $28, *ASB card $15

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  • Chromebook Forms and Online Payments

    Online payment is now available for Lake Stevens Middle School! No need to stand in lines.

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  • 2016-17 Student Handbook

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  • Athletic Paperwork

    Please print and complete the Athletic Eligibility Packet prior to the first sport tryout/practice and bring to the LSMS office. Athletic packets to be completed only once per school year. A valid physical is required and to be on file in the athletic office (physicals are valid for two years). If you have questions, please contact the LSMS Office @ 425-335-1544.

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  • Bell Schedules for 2016-17

    Mondays-Thursdays students are released at 2:30 and on Fridays they head into the weekend at 1:05.

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  • Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

    LSMS is very excited to build upon the successes of our PBIS program. The whole school has embraced PBIS, creating a more peaceful, respectful learning environment across campus. We look forward to another successful year of PBIS at LSMS as we strive to increase respect for everyone at our school! Our Pirate PRIDE principles are: Personal Responsibility, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence.

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  • Learn about our LSSD 1:1 Chromebook Program

    *1:1 Chromebook Initiative *How can technology enhance learning? *Why Chromebooks? *LSSD Technology Fee & Agreement Form (with online option) *Parent and Student Responsible Use Handbook and Forms *Resources for Parents *Filtering and Appropriate Use *1:1 Parent FAQ

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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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