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    Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

    On Friday, June 7, Superintendent Dr. Erin Murphy spoke of the deep bond and commitment shared by the Class of 2024. “Never forget the importance of showing up for one another,” she told the students as she commended them for their collective force for good that they bring into the world. Read more.

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    LHS teacher is Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction

    Lakewood High School science teacher Mike Fellows was awarded the Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by the National Society of High School Scholars. The honor is presented to teachers based on their dedication to teaching and learning and the difference that they are making as a role model, source of inspiration, and leadership in their profession. Fellows was nominated for this honor by senior Kaitlyn Grant, who is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

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  • LHS Awards Night recipients

    Congratulations to these Lakewood High School seniors, who were recognized during Senior Awards Night on June 4. Students were awarded a total of $54,975 in scholarships.  

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    Free summer meals for kids

    Join us for free summer meals! From June 24-July 31, free breakfast and lunch will be available in the cafeteria at Lakewood High School, Monday through Thursday. No meals will be served on July 4. Breakfast will be available from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Lunch will be available 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

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    Marysville Rotary presents scholarships to seniors

    Congratulations to these deserving Lakewood seniors! On May 29, the Marysville Rotary presented students from Lakewood, Marysville and Granite Falls school districts with $202,600 in scholarships. Lakewood award recipients:

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    Seventh graders explore the micro world around them

    You might not see them without a close look, but aquatic microorganisms and zooplankton are an integral part of the food chain. Seventh graders in Mark DePew’s science classes at Lakewood Middle School spent a sunny day in May collecting water samples from the stream behind English Crossing Elementary. After learning the basics of using a microscope, the students spent a class period analyzing their samples to see how many specimens they could identify.

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