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SENIORS

Senior parents will be in the cafeteria all lunches on Wednesday & Thursday each week to help with senior graduation activities.

Prom 2015 is Saturday, May 2nd, with our “Prom Assembly” being held on Friday, May 1st. Make plans early. If you are planning on attending prom, here are the logistics of what you need to know:
  • Prom: Saturday, May 2nd
    • Lord Hill Farms (12525 Old Snohomish-Monroe Rd, Snohomish, 98290)
    • Must have picture ID to be admitted
    • Doors will open @ 7:30 PM
    • Ticket Prices are as follows and go on sale MONDAY, April 27th:
      • Pre-sale: $40.00 per person w/ ASB or $45.00 w/out ASB
      • At the door: Increase by $5.00
      • On sale during all 3 lunches: April 27th – May 1st
      • Need a guest pass? Must be turned in before April 30th
  • Prom Assembly: Friday, May 1st
    • Theme “Cinderfella”
    • Start time: 8:50 AM
    • Royalty: Sophomore Prince Zack Kylany, Junior Prince Cole Sigl, Senior Princes Mason Beaver, Zane Gooding, & Cody Vigoren
  • Prom Spirit Week Dress-up Days: Monday, April 27th – Friday, May 1st
    • Monday: Neon Day
    • Tuesday: Twin Day
    • Wednesday: Disney Day
    • Thursday: Favorite College Day
    • Friday: Class Colors Day
Senior 2015 Graduation Brochure is now available. Below is a list of important dates for all graduating seniors. Please refer to the brochure for more details regarding specific event pricing, times, and all commencement requirements & student responsibilities.
  • May 12th: Field Trip/Dinner Dance Tickets On Sale
  • May 18th: Graduation Ticket Request Deadline
  • May 22nd: Final day to purchase Dinner Dance/Zoo tickets
  • May 26th: Senior Breakfast Tickets On Sale
  • May 26th: Academic Awards (PAC, 6:30 PM)
  • May 27th: Scholarship Awards (Commons, 6:39 PM)
  • June 3rd: Senior Finals: Periods 1, 2, 3
  • June 4th: Senior Finals: Periods 4, 5, 6
  • June 5th: Senior Checkout: 12:45 PM - 1:15 PM
  • June 5th: Senior Dinner Dance (7:00 PM - 11:00 PM)
  • June 7th: Baccalaureate (PAC, 7:00 PM)
  • June 8th: Senior Breakfast (Cafeteria, 6:00 AM)
  • June 8th: Senior Field Trip (Departure @ 8:15 AM)
  • June 9th: Graduation Rehearsal @ 8:45 AM
  • June 9th: Graduation @ 7:30 PM (Xfinity Arena)
LSHS Class of 2015 Parent Information - See our Facebook page located at www.facebook.com/LSHSClassof2015Parents to see Grad Party information and keep up to date on what is happening with the Class of 2015! You can also contact parent volunteer chairperson Angie Tromley atromley@hotmail.com or call 425.876.7576.

Grad Night Parent Committee: Come join our group. Monthly meetings will be on the first Monday of every month now through June 2015. We meet in the library at LSHS starting @ 7:00 PM.

The National Youth Science Camp is a residential science education program for young scientists the summer after they graduate from high school. Students from around the country are challenged academically in exciting lectures and hands-on studies, and have voluntary opportunities to participate in an outdoor adventure program, gain a new and deep appreciation for the great outdoors, and establish friendships that last a lifetime. If you are interested go to: http://www.nysf.com/w/programs/nysc/ Scholarships are available!

ALL STUDENTS


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.

Do you have questions about the Common Core State Standards or the Smarter Balanced Assessment? Please see the attached Powerpoint PDF to help get you started on answering your questions. If you have further questions please contact Principal Eric Cahan or Building Assessment Coordinator Monica Bauer. If you have questions regarding what type of testing, days of testing, and which grades are testing when, please refer to this testing schedule (PDF).

Fame Spring Play Join LSHS Drama with their presentation of “Fame” being presented on the following days: April 23, 24, 25, 30, & May 1. All shows are being shown in the PAC and doors open @ 6:30 PM. Prices are $5.00 for children, $8.00 for seniors & ASB, and $10.00 for general admission.

If you are going to be a junior or senior next year and plan on turning out for volleyball in the fall of 2015, please come to the volleyball meeting on Thursday, April 30 @ 2:30 PM in room 101. Questions? See Coach Hanson.

Want to make a difference and help LSHS be a better place? Apply to be a Link Crew Leader for the 2015 - 2016 school year. Remember how much fun it was on the first day of school back in September? Now you can pay it forward with helping the next incoming sophomore class! Make a difference, make a connection, and become a mentor. Applications are available now in the career center - stop by with questions to Ms. LaFortune. 

Interested in attending Girls' State this year? Click here for the detailed information on how to apply and when it is happening this year. Questions? See Mr. Hayman (109)
 
Are you going to need a parking pass for the 2015-2016 school year? Please click on one of the attached applications for your grade next year: sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Applications need to be returned to the main office. Due date is the last day of school, June 12th.

Summer Traffic Safety/Driver's Education information is now available. If you are interested, you can sign-up in the business office and pay the required fee ahead of time. The summer session starts on June 11th. Here is the summer schedule.

Are you interested in helping other students, especially those who may have suicidal thoughts or feelings? The Lantern Group is a new group of students with a mission of educating other students about how to show you care, ask the question, and get help for those who are struggling with such feelings. The Lantern Group meets every Wednesday morning before school, in room 302. See Mr. Pitkin or Mrs. Hudson in the Guidance Center for more information.

Are you interested in a career in the medical field? Camp Neuro is a 1-week summer day camp open to all high school students (including Spring/Summer 2015 graduates) at least 15 years and older as of first day of assigned session. Camp Neuro's primary focus is on care and maintenance of the brain as well as psychology, it provides an excellent starting point for careers in all fields of medicine. UW School of Medicine in Seattle on August 10th - 14th, from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. See Ms. LaFortune in the career center for more information or go to http://www.campneuro.org/seattle.html.

Class of 2016 - there is a facebook page for parents to get involved with planning the senior all night party for the class of 2016. Interested in helping out? Search facebook for the "Class of 2016 LSHS Grad Night Parent Committee" and join our group. Monthly meetings will be on the first Monday of every month through June 2015 in the high school library at 7:00 PM.

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.  

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 @ steve_pitkin@lkstevens.wednet.edu.
  • 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: