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    From the Superintendent: Election update

    With the sunshine we have experienced the past couple of days it is a sure sign that spring is right around the corner. In the spirit of looking forward, I wanted to provide you with an update of our February 13 official election results and the school board study session and meeting that occurred Wednesday night. Read more.

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    'Lakewood means home'

    What does it mean to be a part of the Lakewood family? Whether you've been here for years, returned here to live, or have recently chosen Lakewood as home, WE are Lakewood!

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    National School Counseling Week

    Students in Karin Robinson’s class at Cougar Creek Elementary were learning about resiliency this week with school counselor Bailey Richardson. Each lesson starts with a “mindful music meditation.” Then, using a book called, “Weathering the Storm,” students had a chance to hold their Slumberkins stuffies and think about how the characters reacted to a challenging situation. Read more...

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    Dual-credit classes bring college to LHS

    Motivated high school students have options when it comes to earning college credit. One option, College in the High School, is a cooperative program between Lakewood and Everett Community College. Courses are taught by Lakewood teachers who work closely with EvCC faculty mentors to ensure the work the students perform in the high school course is equivalent to a similar course taught on campus.

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    We Are Lakewood: Inspiring a lifetime of learning

    You know the wonderful thing about learning? It happens every day. Every classroom, every one of our schools. Learning is priceless and the goal is not just to teach students now, but to inspire a lifetime of learning.

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    Aging schools create challenges for students, staff

    With an average age of 35 years old – the oldest school being 65 years old – many of our schools need facilities improvements to continue to meet the needs of our students and staff. Learn more about long-term and short-term recommendations from the Citizens' Facilities Advisory Committee.

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