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  • CSHE committee update

    Review CSHE curriculum finalists beginning Feb. 7

    The LWSD Comprehensive Sexual Health Education Instructional Materials Committee narrowed its selection of curriculum materials to three choices for each grade band based on scoring rubrics and group discussion. The materials will be available to review online from February 7-22, 2023. We invite you to attend an Open House on February 7 or 21 from 6-7 p.m. at Lakewood High School to review materials and provide written feedback. There will also be an opportunity to provide feedback online without attending the Open House.

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    ‘Finn and Brody’ author visits Lakewood Elementary

    Enthusiastic readers – and quite a few aspiring writers – had the chance to meet local author Ramona Snowden during a Lakewood Elementary author visit in January. Snowden wrote “Finn and Brody Warm Beach Investigations: The Mystery of the Missing Meow” for early readers. Cougar Creek Elementary kindergarten teacher Becky Bartlett illustrated the book. Read more.

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    Students harness potential energy in physics

    To overcome Earth’s gravity, machines like catapults rely on energy. As the semester wrapped up last week, juniors and seniors in Jon Nauert’s physics class tested their catapults, trebuchets and a ballista to see which machine would propel a small ball the farthest. Learn more.

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    An Invitation from Superintendent Peacock

    You are invited! Opportunities to engage with Lakewood School District: Community Forum on Tuesday (students, families, staff and community members are invited!). Citizens' Facilities Advisory Committee. Learn more in this video invitation from Superintendent Scott Peacock.

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    Unified Basketball starts first season with fun and encouragement

    Lakewood High School has a new athletic team. On Jan. 11, the Lakewood Unified Basketball team hosted the Cubs of Sedro-Woolley for its inaugural game. Unified Sports are a division of Special Olympics. They bring people together by providing opportunities for individuals with and without intellectual disabilities to play sports together. Learn more.

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    Students use teamwork to win STEM challenge

    What can you build with one piece of paper and 3 inches of tape? The team of Akseniya, Emma and Ashlie created a platform that held about 85 pounds. The students won the STEM teamwork challenge in Tom O’Hara’s Core Plus Construction class at LHS. The challenge was to make a platform 6" x 4"x 1" high with the paper and tape provided to see how many books it would hold. The team’s structure held 39 books (about 85 pounds) before it failed.

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