Student News

Seniors

National Achievers will be here TODAY and FRIDAY to hand out your graduation materials that you ordered.

Seniors - Will you be attending a school / any school after graduation? You should apply for the Kiwanis Scholarship. Each year, the Lake Stevens Kiwanis Club awards $10,000 in scholarship money to LSHS seniors (usually 5 scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each). Kiwanis is an international service organization serving children ages birth to 18 right here in LSHS and around the world. Students who are community service minded are encouraged to apply! Pick up an application in the Career Center or print one from here.

Seniors-The Senior Scholar Award application is now available in the Career Center, this scholarship is offered by the faculty every year to those students who have exhibited both the highest levels of academic achievement and the greatest resourcefulness in taking advantage of the opportunities the school has offered. See Ms. LaFortune for an application or if you have questions.

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.

All Students

FCCLA will be sending 7 students to the National FCCLA Leadership Conference this summer after they placed so well during their State competition. Congratulations to the following students and we wish them good luck this summer!
  • Larisa Kreft & Amanda Kristofferson: 1st place - "Be a Buddy, Not a Bully"
  • Hannah Skinner & Sarah Bradley: 1st place - STAFF (STudents Teaching About Financial Fitness)
  • Stacey Van Dyke & Yvette Herrera: 2nd place - Advocacy (Big Viking, Little Viking Program)
  • Katie Ellis: 2nd place - Career Investigation Career of Fashion (Portfolio)
If you would like to try-out for the 2014-15 LSHS Viking Cheer Squad then plan to attend an informational meeting this Friday, April 18th, after school in Miss Olson's room. Cheer try-out packets are available now in Miss Olson's room, the athletic office, or download here.

Students helping students succeed! Become a Link Crew Leader...Link Crew is a sophomore transition program that welcomes sophomores and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Link Crew trains juniors and seniors to be positive role models. Link Leaders are motivators, leaders and teachers who guide the sophomores to discover what it takes to be successful at LSHS

Senior Citizen Dinner will be on Wednesday, April 23rd, @ 8:00 PM in the cafeteria here at LSHS. Menu is lasagna, the theme is set for “A Night in the City”, and please RSVP to 425.335.1515 by April 21st. Students are encouraged to invite senior citizens that they know to this event. Questions? Please see Mrs. Arcos in room 110.

Mandatory RUNNING START meeting for students who are already enrolled in running start for the 2014 - 2015 school year is Thursday, April 24th, in the career center at LSHS. The meeting is scheduled from 2:30 - 5:30. Please bring your student ID # from EvCC (this number can be found in your email from the college that you received upon acceptance into running start). Questions? See Mrs. Wiklund in the counseling center.

Are you interesting in attending running start next year? Please pick upinformation & application from your counselor ASAP. The application deadline is May 1.

National Honor Society meets Friday (April 25th) after school in Ms. Guilfoil's room (426) to begin selecting next year's NHS officers. All current NHS members should watch your email and text messages for more information.

Join the LSHS Team on a walk for Suicide Prevention/Awareness on May 18th, @ 11:00 AM. We will be meeting in Red Square on the UW Campus in Seattle to join the Huskies for Suicide and Prevention Awareness. This event was started by an LSHS graduate, in honor of an LSHS student. See Ms. Riebli in the counseling officefor details. Community service hours will be available. All ages & families are welcome.

Do you have a band that wants a fun gig? See Mr. Pitkin in room 302 on Monday, Thursday, or Friday to get signed up to perform at the Community Open Mic at North Cove Park, the evening of Friday, June 13th. Solo musicians and other performers are also encouraged to sign up for this really fun event. Brought to you by the “Natural Highs Network."

Parking Forms for the 2014 - 2015 school year are now available in the main office. There will be a basket for the completed forms to return to. The forms MUST BE FULLY FILLED OUT! This means make sure your license plate is on there & the year in school you will be next year, not this year. Final day to turn in your forms will be the last day of school (June 16th). A list with your new assigned parking spot will be available in August at registration. If you have any questions, please see Janet Albee. If you need to download the forms, they are located on the main page of our website under the "Announcements" section.

Open Gyms are starting this week and will be continuing through May. Every Tuesday & Thursday evening from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM. Everyone is welcome.

Notice: Mr. LSHS has been moved on the calendar from April until May 16th.

Driver’s Education (Traffic Safety) Summer Session is now open to register. Go to the business office and pay your fee to sign-up. Classes start June 17th. Visit the Driver's Education page for full details on this program.
 

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. Also, please remember to NOT PARK within 15 feet of mailboxes. Resident WILL NOT GET THEIR MAIL if you park to close or in front of their mailboxes. Please be courteous to the community residents when you choose to park in the street for school/school functions.

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:

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