Your CE schedule is now posted in building 300 outside the career center. Please check your schedule before March to make sure you know when to show. If you have a conflict, see Ms. LaFortune ASAP to ask to be re-scheduled.
Seniors-if you would like to stay updated on when new scholarships are available, stop by the Career Center and see Ms. LaFortune for info to sign up for remind101. You will receive email or text messages keeping you up dated on the latest scholarship news!
Seniors - still need community service hours? Volunteer to help out at your own senior auction on March 22. Interested? Contact Joe Mulligan @ 425.210.5811 to sign up today.
Senior parents will be in the cafeteria all three lunches every Wednesday and Thursday for you to purchase your Senior Party Tickets and 2014 mementos beginning January 22nd.
Congratulations to the Viking's Wrestling Team as they captured their 2nd straight State title this past weekend. Great job by the following wrestlers:
Congratulations are also in order for the Boys’ Swimming & Dive team who had success at their State meet also over the past weekend:
- Cody Vigoren (195 lbs): Individual Champion
- Michael Soler (113 lbs): Individual Champion
- Noah Cuzzetto: 2nd Place
- Logan Johnson: 4th Place
- Alex Rodrigo: 4th Place
- Jake Douglas: 5th Place
- Zach Cunningham: 7th Place
- Tyler Headland: 7th Place
Attention: Registration for the 2014-2015 school year has started
- Chase Reid: 5th in diving
- Jeffrey Lozensky: 12th (500 free) & 16th (200 free)
Students have received all the necessary materials for registration. Online registration for the 2014-2015 school year must be completed by March 12th. All registration forms and the 13 year plan also need to be turned into the counseling center by the same date. If you have questions about how to complete the registration process or any questions regarding the forms, please contact the counseling center (425.335.1571) or you can email your specific counselor. Course Handbook 2014-2015
If you've received an invitation to join National Honor Society, please RSVP to Ms. Guilfoil (Rm. 426). Current NHS members, see Ms. Guilfoil this week if you'd like to order a t-shirt or help with the induction ceremony.
The High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE) begins on March 18th
Writing begins on Tuesday, March 18th, and Wednesday, March 19th. The Reading exam begins on Thursday, March 20th. All sophomores are required to take all three tests as well as any juniors & seniors who have not met standard. Meeting standard on these exams is a requirement for graduation. Here are some tips: rest and eat breakfast. Room assignments will be posted in the cafeteria and in the hallway of the counseling center. Students need to find their room prior to testing day. Testing will be from 7:35 AM -10:00 AM. Buses run on regular schedule. Any junior or senior who needs to take the bus, but does not need to take the exam will need to report to the cafeteria until classes start after the testing schedule. Click here for the bell schedule (March 18th, 19th, & 20th).
Club pictures are scheduled for Friday, March 7th.
Driver’s Education(Traffic Safety) Summer Session is now open to register. Go to the businessoffice and pay your fee to sign-up. Classes start June 17th. Visit the Driver's Education page for full details on this program.
The Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce would like to re-brand their organization starting with a new logo design. In partnership with the Chamber, DECA is sponsoring a logo contest. Please view the guidelines for entering if you are interested or ask Mrs. Morton if you have specific questions. Contest ends March 26th.
Everett Community College would like to invite you to their 12th Annual "Students of Color" conference on March 27th, geared towards middle and high school students of color in the Snohomish County area. Please note that the target audience is students of color, but all Snohomish County middle and high school students are invited to participate. This free conference is a rare opportunity for you to be inspired to achieve success in education, graduate, and pursue college. You will have an opportunity to engage in discussions on goal-setting, education, cultural diversity, team-building, and leadership. Students will also attend career presentations highlighting a variety of professions (including STEM fields) and speak with college and university representatives. See Ms. LaFortune in the Career Center if you are interested in attending or http://www.everettcc.edu/soccc.
The faculty/student basketball game that was cancelled due to snow has been rescheduled for March 28th. Please keep your tickets.
This is your opportunity to make a friend from Europe. Host a student from Belgium: March 23rd through March 27th. No French necessary; they also speak English. Please go to the French room (103) to get details from Madame Bailey. Community service is offered for hosting.
Attention Drivers – New student loading and drop off zones have now been created at LSHS. Please DO NOT use the bus drop off area to pick up or drop off students. 113th Ave and Cedar Street now have no parking from 7:00 AM –3:00 PM just for dropping off and picking up your student. Please use the new options to increase student safety in the bus and staff/visitor parking lot.
Reminder: There is NO PARKING in the housing development across from the horticulture building. There are posted signs that say, "Resident Parking Only". There is also NO PARKING in the church parking lot please.
Reminder: Delivered items not essential for educational purposes (flowers, balloon gifts, etc.,) will be held in the main office for available pick-up at the end of the school day.
Join Magic Club before winter break and get your "Magic: The Gathering" T-shirt! Magic Club members who've paid their ASB fees get a free shirt. Without ASB, shirts are $20. Come to Ms. Guilfoil's room (426),Thursdays after school.
Want to send school appropriate snapchats to the yearbook? Then snapchat LSHS.YEARBOOK to possibly earn a spot in the yearbook.
Want to help your community and help yourself with community service hours? Come join Key Club here at LSHS. If you are interested, so see Mrs. Arcos or a current Key Club member.
The Library computer lab is now up and running and ready for YOU! Come on in to do your research, check out books, do homework, or just hang out with friends! We can't wait to see you! The Library is now OPEN: MONDAY-THURSDAY before school at 7:05 a.m., all three lunches, and after school until 2:45 p.m. On FRIDAY it is open before school and all three lunches.
WESCO Athletics is the place to be for all your updated sports schedules and results. Visit it often for the most current information on LSHS sport teams.
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:
How to Log In: