Lakewood Middle School

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    Weekly updates from Principal Amanda Cote...

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  • LMS Java Joes Fundraiser

    Our Fundraiser will take place November 20th - December 1st. This fundraiser is new and simple. No money collection, no door to door sales, and no product handling. All you need to do is share our special link with family and friends and make sure to list Lakewood Middle School as the organization you are supporting when you check out. There is free shipping on orders over $150 and donations are happily accepted. Our link goes live Monday, November 20th.

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  • Winter Social

    Winter Social: Come celebrate the social event of the season with your friends! We will have dancing, karaoke, open gym, concessions and so much more!!!

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District News

  •  Are you ready for winter weather

    Are you ready for winter weather

    Are you ready for winter weather? Updated Limited Transportation bus routes are available on the district website’s Inclement Weather page. Learn more.

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  •  Free Narcan Training

    Free Narcan training on Dec. 8 at LincNW

    The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians is sponsoring a free Narcan training on Friday, Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. The event will be held at LINC NW (1424 172nd St NE, Marysville). You can expect hands-on Narcan administration training, information on recognizing signs of an overdose, a free Narcan kit for each participant and a Q-and-A session.

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  •  We Are Lakewood

    Lakewood School Board votes to put two levies on February ballot

    On Wednesday, November 1, the Lakewood School District Board of Directors voted to place two levies on the February 13, 2024 ballot. Both levies are four-year levies, with collections in 2025-2028. “These levies are not only an investment in our schools, they are an investment in Lakewood’s future,” said Dr. Erin Murphy, Superintendent. “They provide students with the resources and programs they need to thrive and become future community leaders.” Learn more.

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    Director Boser attends last School Board meeting

    As an alum, School Board Director Leaha Boser had a special connection to the Lakewood community. She saw an opportunity to give back to that community when a Board position opened in 2019, and she decided to apply. During her last meeting on November 1, her fellow board members pointed to her big heart and passion for doing what is best for kids. Board member Dana Krueger said Boser has led positive changes in the district, especially around her passion for making sure kids are fed and increasing school food options at mealtimes. 

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    CFAC presents facilities recommendations

    The Lakewood Middle School cafeteria capacity is just slightly larger than this year’s sixth grade class, Principal Amanda Cote told members of the Citizens’ Facilities Advisory Committee. To make sure all 610 students get a chance to eat, lunches at Lakewood Middle School are staggered from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Between February and September 2023, the Citizens’ Facilities Advisory Committee visited the schools in the district to develop short- and long-term recommendations for capital improvements. Read more.

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    'Inside Cougar Cabinet' podcast launch

    Lakewood High School students Kiana, Saya and Mia tell us about their first meeting of the 2023-24 Cougar Cabinet. This is Cougar Cabinet's second year. Student volunteers from each school meet once a month to learn how to make a difference in their school community. Students played some games to get to know each other and met in their school groups to discuss priorities for the year. Hear more on the premiere episode of "Inside Cougar Cabinet."

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