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Welcome back Vikings!

I am excited to finally see students and staff returning to fill the great halls of Lake Stevens High School! I had a restful summer and hope you were able to enjoy this incredible weather. While the sun has been great I’m looking forward to the cool fall days.

When I wrote the end-of-the-year letter I promised that we at LSHS work every day to build upon the great traditions that have been established before us. I am proud to be able to report that academically we are delivering on that promise. If you saw the article on school performance in the Herald you saw that LSHS is a county leader academically. We are pleased that we are substantially above the state average in all academic areas. Continuing the tradition of excellence is an area of pride for all of us current Vikings.

Setting a welcoming and invitational tone for all of our incoming students is also a tradition that I take seriously as the LSHS Principal. To help our incoming sophomores and new students experience that welcoming and invitational tone I am thrilled Mrs. Chilson and Ms. LaFortune will be leading our LINK Crew orientation to kick off the school year.

Another goal we have set as an administrative team is to interact more with our community as digital citizens. To help achieve that goal we will be visible through our ASB Facebook page (LSHS Events), on Twitter at @LSHSvikingAP and through Instragram at vikingpal. It has been fun learning a new way to communicate and seeing the communication possibilities of social media. We invite you to join us online! In short, it is an exciting time to be a Viking! I hope you have a wonderful year and you can come see us at an event. If not, follow us online as we start a wonderful journey this year. Go Vikings!

All the best,

Eric Cahan LSHS Principal

Parent Meeting Schedule for 2015 - 2016 School Year

March 9
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Technology Training Now Available To Entire Community
The district has subscribed to Atomic Learning, which provides thousands of short (generally 1 - 2 minute) videos that teach you how to use hundreds of educational software tools.  This service is free for parents (students will receive log in instructions at school, as appropriate). To get started, follow the simple steps below:
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