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Graduation is rapidly approaching and you need to turn in your community service hours real soon. Many of you have already completed your hours, but have not turned in the form for credit. Seniors - please get those community service hours completed and the correct documents turned in to Mrs. Reid in the Student Support Center(room 107). 

Tickets are on sale now for this year's Senior Auction. Please click here to open the flyer for details. Must purchase tickets from Brown Paper Tickets only.

Remember to purchase your Grad Night Party tickets every Wednesday & Thursday during all three lunches or use this link, Senior 2016 Grad Party Information, to purchase online. Class of 2016 parents who want to get involved with planning the senior all night party search facebook for the "Class of 2016 LSHS Grad Night Parent Committee" and join our group.


Reminder: If you are absent and need to contact the attendance office, please use this phone number to contact their office directly: (425) 335-1570 and you can talk to the attendance secretary to help you with your needs.  
Auditions for the spring play, You Can't Take it With You, are February 8thCall backs are February 9th. Both are 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM in the PAC. These are open auditions for anyone, grades 10-12, interested in being in this classic, endearing comedy. Interested in working behind the scenes of the spring play? Interviews for the technical crew are February 9th, in room 701, from 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM. Positions available for set design, costumes, makeup/hair, sound, lights, props, and marketing. No experience necessary. See Ms. Marks (701) for any questions. 

Spring sports start Monday, February 29th. Listed below are the upcoming spring sport pre-season meetings:
  • Girls Tennis – Feb 8th @ 2:30 in the south end cafeteria
  • Girls Golf - Feb 9th @ 2:20 in room 403 (Palmer)
  • Boys Soccer – Feb 9th @ 2:20 in room 131 (Shanholtzer)
  • Softball – Feb 9th @ 2:45 in the Aux Gym
  • Boys Golf – Feb 11th @ 2:45 in room 403 (Palmer)
  • Track – Feb 17th @ 2:20 in the Cafeteria (sign ups only)
Running Start Information Meeting will take place on March 3rd in the LSHS library @ 5:30 PM. This information meeting is for those students who are interested in starting Running Start during the 2016-2017 school year. Click here for the detailed flyer and contact information.

AP Test Payment/Registration Details: Payment is due between February 22 – March 16.
We cannot accept LATE payments or registration once we have placed our order so please pay close attention to the payment window dates. AP registration forms will be made available very soon. Pick one up from the business office, teacher, or counselor. Forms & payment(s) must be completed and turned into the business office for all AP exams that you are planning to take. Payment per AP exam is $92.00**. Some of our tests are administered at the LSSD building. For those tests, students will have to provide their own transportation. Any student in need of transportation needs to tell their AP teacher or contact Mr. Willie in the counseling center. Parking is limited so carpooling is a great idea. You may park in the lower level of the district office (do not block the courier’s lane) or down the road by the fire station. **Students who qualify for the reduced AP testing fee must see Mr. Willie in the counseling center.

The Purple & Gold Club (PGC) of Lake Stevens High School is a citizen booster program formed to support education, athletics and student achievement. Our club hosts two annual activities in the Spring to help generate funds for this year and the next calendar school year. If you are interested in finding out more information about P&G, you can read the how to help flyer or click on one of the links below for their individual activities:
The Lantern Group is holding a fund drive to help our regional community prevent suicide. To make donations, or just learn about our own LSHS Lantern Group and how you can help prevent suicide, look for our Lantern Group table in the cafeteria before school and during all three lunches. We are joining Stanwood High School in the drive for friendly competition to raise funds and awareness. All proceeds will go to the Youth Suicide Prevention Program.

LSHS VTV Channel is LIVE and ready for viewing! Click here to view their newest episode and bookmark it to visit again.
Want to keep up with the Valhalla here at LSHS? They have a new site for their publication. Click LSHSValhalla to find out more.

Academic Lab is now open. This is the place to complete missing work, study, use computers and tutors are available. Come and check out Academic Lab in the library during all three lunches and after school Tuesdays - Thursdays from 2:20 - 3:30. Reminder that there is a bus that leaves from LSHS at 3:30 to transport students home on Tuesdays & Thursdays also.

Missed Curriculum Night? We had presentations by the counseling department here at LSHS geared towards our junior and senior students. If you were unable to attend and would like to view the presentation, please click here for the powerpoint converted to a PDF file of the information that was covered. If you were interested in viewing the sophomore presentation from the LSHS administration team, then please click here to view their presentation converted to a PDF file.

Health Services New Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Services located at Lake Stevens High School. To make direct referrals, call THS @ 425.263.3006, ext. 331, and ask for Steve Londino. LSSD students can also be referred through the Student Assistance Program (SAP) at this link. For other questions and information, please contact Steve Pitkin, Intervention Specialist, Lake Stevens High School @ 425.335.1571 or email @
  • Beginning May 20th, 2014
  • ASAM Level 1.0 Treatment Recommendations Substance Abuse Intervention, R/O early dependency
  • After school hours for LSSD students, including LSSD students currently @ Crossroads High School
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM until June 17th (hours will be adjusted for summer)
  • Download Forms
Expanded access to technology requires responsible digital citizens and an ability to manage distractions. LSHS is committed to having our students use technology appropriately as we integrate more and more technology into our existing curriculum. Attached here is an article that features tips to help create and maintain good digital citizens.

Technology Training 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: